Flame deposition of superhydrophobic and superhydrophilic nanoparticle coatings on paperboard materials

A4 Conference proceedings

Internal Authors/Editors

Publication Details

List of Authors: M. Aromaa, J. Haapanen, H. Teisala, M. Tuominen, M. Stepien, J.J. Saarinen, M. Toivakka, J. Kuusipalo, J.M. Mäkelä
Editors: Matthew Laudon, Bartlomiej F. Romanowicz
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Place: Boston
Publication year: 2012
Publisher: Nano Science and Technology Institute
Book title: Nanotechnology 2012: Advanced Materials, CNTs, Particles, Films and Composites
Volume number: 1
Start page: 365
End page: 367
ISBN: 978-1-4665-6274-5


Liquid Flame Spray is one of the flame aerosol methods for the nanoparticle synthesis. Here, it is used in depositing the particles directly on a moving roll-to-roll substrate. The deposition process is performed in a pilot-scale. The deposits replace the conventional coatings and surface treatments with a nanoparticle layer. The amount of material can be decreased a lot compared to the conventional coatings and the treatments have a stable effect, which conventional surface treatment methods cannot provide. The surface functionality shown here is tunable water contact angle, which can be utilised in e.g. printing applications in the industry. Also several other industrially interesting properties are achieved with the nanoparticle coatings.

Last updated on 2020-22-01 at 04:58