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Development of new chemically resistant coating system containing secondary raw materials
Stodolovská, Šárka ; Jakubík, Aleš (referee) ; Drochytka, Rostislav (advisor)
New types of highly chemically resistant coating systems, primarily designed for concrete and metal substrates are designed and experimentally verified within the diploma thesis. Secondary raw materials, including solidified hazardous waste, are used as microfillers. The developed coating system is solved in two quality levels – PREMIUM and ECOLOGY. The level of PREMIUM is mainly designed for environments where extreme chemical stress is occurring. The polymer coating systém ECOLOGY can be used in environments where aggressive chemical media also act, however the ecological foot of the input raw materials is most important. The diploma thesis is dealing with current issues in the practice and it is the part of the research project.
Design of chemically resistant coatings using secondary raw materials and hazardous waste
Stodolovská, Šárka ; Jakubík, Aleš (referee) ; Drochytka, Rostislav (advisor)
On the basis of theoretical knowledge gained from Czech and foreign technical literature, two types of coatings using fillers based on secondary raw materials, including hazardous waste, is designed and experimentally verified. The expected use of the proposed coating systems, both PREMIUM and ECOLOGY, is the protection of building structures that are permanently stressed by increased chemical stress. When designing the PREMIUM coating material, emphasis is primarily focused on chemical resistance and functional parameters, and the ecological performance of the raw materials used is monitored primarily with the ECOLOGY coating material. In both cases, it is important to maintain a favorable price / value ratio.

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