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  • Description: Coatings
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    • View of Beaumont plant

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    • This is DuPont's 15 million pound capacity plant for the manufacture of Hypalon synthetic rubber at Beaumont. Texas. Known chemically as chlorosulfonated polyethylene, Hypalon is a special purpose rubber that resists ozone and oxidation, the two...
    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1973]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Collectors; Paint industry; Textile industry; Plastics industry; Fashion industry;
    • Table of Contents: Catering to the collectors; Coatings applied by current; Shortwave, long reach; Clearing the way for improvements; An achievement in velvet; Rehearsing the descent to mars; A towering shower of light; The almost invisible mark of...
    • Winding cellophane

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    • Cellophane being wound in rolls after being coated at the DuPont Company's Tecumseh, Kansas cellophane plant. Through modification of coatings, a wide variety of properties, such as heat sealability and varying degrees of moistureproofness, may be...
    • DuPont Magazine [May-June 1966]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Airline industry; Paint industry; Textile industry; Plastics industry; Explosives; Schools;
    • Table of Contents: Cool coatings for colorful craft; The fantastic furniture fabric; The added touch of luxury; Giving cargo losses the air; Taming the tempermental Sandy; Palette that promises precision; Easing the squeeze in schools; New...
    • DuPont Magazine [January-February 1979]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Automobile industry; Bookbinding; Snowmobiles; Basketball; Plastics industry; Sporting goods;
    • Table of Contents: The automotive imperative: part one; Booked solid; Quieter, safer,better; Alternative to asbestos; Bonds of integrity; More bounces to the ounce; Drycleaning goes door-to-door; Powder coatings: a better way to protect pipelines;...
    • Testing Quilon

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    • Quilon chrome complex, a chemical that makes materials water repellent, was developed in DuPont's Industrial and Bio chemicals Department. It greatly increases the wet strength of paper and is also widely used in treating felt hats, shoe leather...
    • DuPont Magazine [No. 3, 2002]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Computers; History; Paint industry; Automobile industry;
    • Table of Contents: Natural factories; Very small could be very big; Enzymes on a grand scale; DuPont: the enlightened organization; On the road to better automotive coatings; Changing the way we see things.
    • DuPont Magazine [July-August 1962]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Plastics industry; Metallurgical industry; Nylon; Textile industry; Firearms;
    • Table of Contents: Sharp eyes for missile men; Net result: a profitable package; Short problems on the long haul; Despersing the metals gap; Surgery under water; Nylon: from legs to arms; The market place: forum or arena; Fabrics on the move;...
    • DuPont Magazine [March 1923]

    • Periodicals; Chemical industry; Explosives; Dynamite; Firearms industry; Automobile industry; Farming;
    • Table of Contents: American dyestuffs industry, 1922 and 1923; Automobile trunk arrives; Tree planting after ten years; Protective coatings for iron and steel; Dynamite for choker holes; Blasting riprap economically.
    • Creation of Quilon

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    • Quilon chrome complex, a chemical that makes materials water repellent, was developed in DuPont's Industrial and Biochemicals Department. It greatly increase the wet strength of paper and is also widely used in treating felt hats, shoe leather and...

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