Hybrid Bio-Based Coatings (RFT-310)
Researchers at NDSU have developed novel, hybrid and sustainable coatings. Sucrose and vegetable oil moieties form the base of the coatings. The composition may be formulated with or without solvents and is capable of maintaining the one-phased state through two different curing processes. This hybrid curing involves enamine formation, followed by air drying, using metal salt dryers. The resin consists of partially enamined acetoacetylated sucrose (EAS), Sucrose soyate (SS) and/or Acetoacetylated sucrose soyate (ASS), mixed in different proportions. Variation in mixing ratios influence the coating properties. Overall, the co-cured coatings exhibit properties comparable to that of individual SS and EAS based coatings, with improved overall characteristics.
The invention has curable coating compositions which may be formulated with or without solvents. A curable coating composition of the invention contains a resin such as those discussed above or a mixture of those resins, at least one metallic drier compound; and optionally one or more solvents.
Balanced flexibility and rigidity
Enhanced hybrid curing process
Improved drying times and crosslinking
Renewable raw material – Sucrose
Phase of Development
This technology has successfully completed laboratory testing with reproducible results.
Immediate applications include, but not limited to:
Solvent Free Coatings
Novel Biocompatible Resins
This technology is the subject of US Issued Patent No.
9,567,422 and is available for licensing/partnering opportunities.
Saurabhi Satam, Business Development and Licensing Associate
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NDSURF Tech Key
RFT, 310, RFT310
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