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OAS will develop a spray-applied adhesion promoter through TSB grant funded project

Oxford Advanced Surfaces continues to develop its range of Onto™ EP1000 surface treatments and is now formulating the product for HLVP spray coating. This work is being funded by a grant from the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) worth up to £25,000. The EP1000 series promotes the adhesion of polyurethane and epoxy-based coatings to difficult-to-bond substrates such as engineering plastics and plastic composite substrates such as PEEK and PPS.

OAS currently offers three variants in the EP1000 range which can be applied using either dip, brush or bar coating techniques.

Philip Spinks, CEO, commented “The TSB funding has allowed us to add EP1000 for spray coating to our product road map. This will provide a further manufacturing-friendly bonding solution that is applicable to our target sectors including aerospace and automotive where spray techniques are often used to apply coatings to substrates”.

Sarah Vickers, Marketing and Product Manager at OAS said “The spray treatment will be suited to applications in which the substrate to be coated is not flat, or for large area applications where other techniques are not viable. This addition to our product range will significantly increase our market opportunity”.

To find out more about the EP1000 series of treatments or to request an Evaluation Pack for trial please contact us:

Phone enquiries: 0044 (0)1865 854807


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