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Tuesday 11 June 2013 10:30 10:45 – 11:15 11:15 – 11:45 11:45 – 12:15 12:15 – 12:45


12:45 – 2:00 2:00 – 2:30


2:30 – 3:00


3:00 – 3:30 3:30 - 4:00


4:00 – 4:30 4:30


Conference opens – welcome address Paul Lansdell FIMF - IMF President.


Keynote speech David Neal FIMF – Global Process Owner – Painting Technology – Rolls Royce plc.


Brian Norton – REACH chrome free primer project Report from Chrome replacement consortium.


Karl Ryder MIMF – Leicester University New Developments in the Electro-polishing of Stainless Steel and Aerospace Alloys UsinG Ionic Liquids.


Wolfgang Hansal FIMF – Happy Plating Electrochemical pulse technologies for aeronautic applications.


Lunch


Ken Griffiths FIMF Arkema Coatings on non-metallic substrates.


Dr. Yuri N. Zhuk Hardide Coatings CVD tungsten/tungsten carbide coating as new and enabling materials for advanced transport applications.


Coffee break


James Cooke E/M Coating Services Migratory, Self Healing, Anti-Corrosion Coating System.


Christ White-Indestructible Paint Development of an anti-static coating incorporating multi-walled carbon nano tubes.


Close


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Wednesday 12 June 2013 Registration


Alex Robinson SMMT Future trends in the automotive sector.


Peter Hope FIMF LVH Coatings Why does the paint on my car have a longer warranty than the engine? An insight into the durability of modern coatings.


Tea break SURFACE WORLD may 2013 follow us on Twitter @surfaceworldmag


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