Possibilities of reprocessing of home-made linseed post-refinement acids into a fully valuable raw material
for paint and lacquer industries
Industrial wastes of linseed post-refinement acids were cleaved and distilled, and then used for the production of alkyd resins for lacquers (enamels). The industrial reprocessing of linseed postrefinement acids requires protective conditions, such as nitrogen atmosphere or lowered pressure, since the raw material tends to polymerize at elevated temperature.
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