Best Practices for Cellulose Esters in Coatings
Presented By Eastman
Event Date: 19 June, 2018
Start Time: 2 p.m. ET
Duration: 45 minutes
Letting down a paint pigment grind is often overlooked as a delicate and tedious process. However, not using care during this step, can result in irreparable damage to the coating. In this session, we will investigate sources of letdown error and how to minimize such issues as it pertains to solvent based coatings, which are typically found in automotive and industrial segments. At the end of the webinar, you will walk away with some knowledge of how to perform a proper letdown.
Cody Wilson | Technical Service Representative Solvents & Coatings
A passionate technology professional dedicated to providing superior technical support in coatings and solvents technology
Number of years in solvents / chemicals industry: 10
Number of years at Eastman: 7
Formal credentials: B.S. from East Tennessee State University (Chemistry, A.C.S.), General Business minor (East Tennessee State University)
Informal credentials: Cody’s career has included positions supporting quality control for production, analytical separations support for research efforts, and new product development and advocacy. Most recently, he has supported core Eastman technology that directly affects the coating industry. Through analysis of customer feedback, Wilson helps develop tools that assist customers in overcoming formulation challenges.
Cody’s vision for success: “Our vision is to be an innovative supplier of coating additives and intermediates to our core markets, providing solutions that meet safety and performance requirements. These materials are necessary for many applications to meet user expectations. It’s my belief that we can help formulators maintain, or improve performance levels in their formulations due to our diverse portfolio.”