UVHCUniversité de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambrésis (French: University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambresis; Valenciennes, France)
UVHCUpper Valley Housing Coalition (est. 2001; Lebanon, NH)
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Table 13 shows that the incorporation of 25% Ebecryl 8110 leads to a dramatic decrease in surface energy (as shown by the test inks), the coated surface becoming highly hydrophobic (water contact angle is around 102[degrees]) and slightly oleophobic (n-hexadecane contact angle is around 67[degrees]), compared to the unmodified hardcoat Ref UVHC.
While the marker wets easily the cured Ref UVHC surface and cannot be removed with dry wipes, the same ink displays a strong beading (poor wetting) on a cured E2C UVHC surface and is easily removed with a dry cloth.
2) trimethylolpropanetriacrylate (diluting acrylate) (3) pentaerythritol tri/tetracrylate (diluting acrylate) (4) 1-hydroxycyclohexylphenylketone CAS 947-19-3 Table 13: Coating Properties (Steel Wool, Chemical, and Stain Resistance Use the Following Scale: 1 = Severe Trace Left; 5 = No Trace Visible) Coating Property Ref UVHC E2C UVHC Surface energy (mN/m) 38 <28 determined by test inks Water contact 75.