Direct electrostatic coating of paper
Robert H. Marchessault, Patrice Rioux and Ilie Saracovan,
Keywords: Coated papers, Polyolefins, Poly-P-hydroxyal-
kanoates, Electrostatic coating, Corona discharge, Xerogra-
phy, Toners, Adhesive strength, Barrier properties, Moisturetransmission.
SUMMARY: Direct Electrostatic Coating (DEC) of paper
uses "as polymerized" reactor polyolefin and an electrostatic
spraying applicator. A glossyltransparent polymer coat was
obtained after hot-pressing the electrostatically deposited pow-
der layer on the paper surface
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