A new method to produce the best quality acrylic painting is the result of a collaboration between an international team of scientists and students

Posted by Medical News Now on Thursday, August 17, 2018 03:09:15A team of researchers in Switzerland has developed a new method for creating acrylic painting.

They say they have developed a technique for producing high quality acrylic paints with no chemicals and using only natural ingredients, which means no pesticides, fertilisers or other harmful additives.

The researchers say their new process is not only the most efficient, but it is also environmentally friendly.

It uses a unique process of “filtration”, whereby a small amount of water is pumped through a porous membrane into a dish to extract the desired substance from the material.

“Our research focuses on a specific, low-cost, and sustainable method of producing acrylic paint with low environmental impact, as well as providing a unique product that can be used in a wide range of applications,” said the study’s lead author, Professor Robert Auerbach.

“For this process, we used a novel, high-efficiency filtration system with no chemical components.

Our process is based on a combination of an innovative design and a unique set of techniques, which enables us to produce high quality paints without any added chemicals,” he added.

Dr Auerb said the process also has a number of advantages over traditional filtrations: “It is easy to use and is non-toxic, so it does not require the use of chemicals that are harmful in our industry,” he said.

The research team, which includes Professor Robert Ruedy of the Department of Chemistry at the University of Zurich, has developed their method by using a combination the use a special, flexible ceramic membrane.

The team, led by Prof Ruedys lab at the Institut für Südenschutz in Basel, Switzerland, have been working with the local water-purification company for a decade.

Their team developed a method to make acrylics using a porous ceramic membrane, which was able to dissolve all the water in the water tank.

It is believed the process has the potential to make the material more environmentally friendly by allowing for the recycling of used paints.

“This method could significantly reduce the amount of waste produced from the production of acrylics, as the process does not use toxic chemicals that can also be harmful to human health,” Dr Ruedis said.