The Best of 2022 PCE-International is out now

Jan 12, 2023 | Featured Article, News

The Best of 2022 issue of PCE-International can be found here:- PCE-International

It includes:-

Lifting the Lid

Chloe Hirst from Belzona asks can polymeric technology help to accelerate decarbonisation across multiple industries and Carl Burrell from Sherwin-Williams examines how innovation is generating new products in the intumescent coatings market.

 Up Front

DeFelsko takes a look at how to measure gloss, and we also look at the manoeuvrability and precise control of drones in confined areas. 


Duxford’s Handley Page Victor is among the largest conservation projects the the UK’s Imperial War Museum have ever undertaken. How Hempel is protecting the O2 tidal energy turbine off the Orkney Islands, in Scotland.

How Hempel is helping with DAF Trucks’ reputation for reliability and high performance, and SWISS equips its entire Boeing long-haul fleet with AeroSHARK.

In Focus

HMS Victory reaches a significant conservation milestone and is enclosed in temporary scaffolding. The Brevik Bridge in Norway is being surface treated with Teknos paints. Bilfinger UK partners with Layher UK to deliver a world offshore first.


Graco completes an Arctic coating line modernisation and how PPG met the challenge of applying a fire protection coating offsite.

In Profile

The specialist paint supplier Thomas & Robert Williamson is the go-to specialist paint supplier for historic vehicles and everything vintage.


Portsmouth’s landmark Spinnaker Tower get a repaint, and an isocyanate-free acrylic coating from Nor-Maali.


Dr Edward Asirvatham of AdvanSix Inc looks at choosing a safe and effective anti-skinning agent and poison sculpture protection. Poison sculpture protection and Nor-Maali’s Sirutiina Hakulinen takes a look at the future diisocyanate training requirement and EPD (Environmental Product Declaration).