PARIS – DaimlerChrysler AG is encouraging BASF Corp. to develop a paint system that uses ultra-violet light to cure paint in an atmosphere of carbon dioxide, reducing considerably the cost of electricity and the amount of volatile organic compound emissions produced. BASF believes cars the size of the Smart City Coupe could be candidates for ultra-violet paint process. At the recent RadTech Europe conference in Berlin for radiation curing, BASF rolls out a Smart City Coupe whose ...

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