Vegetable-derived biopolymer-based coatings for paper products

Topchim, a Belgian chemical company that manufactures coatings for paper and cardboard applications, recently announced its research findings on a nanoscale biopolymer-based coating. Topchim is positioning its product, TopScreen DS13, as a substitute for traditional wax emulsions coatings in superhy...

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