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  • Article - 3 May 2002
    A new technology has been developed using energy from microwave radiation to cure concrete. It has the advantages that it is clean, accelerates curing, requires no additives and improves properties....
  • News - 2 Aug 2011
    Questech has introduced a new line of Q-Seal-protected natural store tiles with seven different sizes and colors and two finishes. Each natural stone in the new collection is protected for its...
  • Article - 24 Feb 2009
    QPAC polypropylene and polyethylene carbonate organic/sacrifical binders both decompose at temperatures significantly lower than other conventional binders. These properties are highly beneficial in...
  • Article - 24 Feb 2009
    One new exciting application area for QPAC is as a binder for metallic pastes. QPAC® 40 polypropylene carbonate is currently being used as a binder in electrode pastes. Electrode pastes containing...
  • Article - 8 Dec 2008
    This guide is aimed at engineers and designers wishing to incorporate advanced technical ceramics, such as Syalons and Zircalon, into their design. Often an engineer unfamiliar with using ceramics...
  • Article - 14 Sep 2008
    QPAC® 40 polypropylene carbonate and QPAC® 25 polyethylene carbonate are used as organic binders in several nano related applications. Details of the applications and properties of thes materials are...
  • Article - 6 Sep 2008
    QPAC® polyalkylene carbonates are ideally suited for use as organic binders in glass applications, including glass preforms, glass frit, and joining materials to glass substrates. QPAC® is being used...
  • Article - 27 Aug 2008
    QPAC® polyethylene carbonate and Polypropylene carbonate organic binders are clean-burning, decomposes at very low temperatures. They burns out completely and consistently, and offers exceptional...
  • Article - 27 Aug 2008
    Empower Materials Inc. is the producer of QPAC®, the world's cleanest thermally decomposable organic/sacrificial binders. Empower Materials can produce a QPAC® 40 polypropylene carbonate emulsion...
  • Article - 26 Aug 2008
    QPAC 25, polyethylene carbonate, and QPAC 40, polypropylene carbonate, are the two most widely used products within our family of binders. However, there are a wide range of QPAC polymers possible by...