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Standard for Coatings and Related Terms (2)

Plaster primer: An alkali-resistant primer used as a base for mortar, cement, and plastering.
Powder coatings: Usually solid powders containing pigment resins and other additives applied to suitable substrates to melt into a film.
Pre-primer: A quick-drying coating applied to a metal substrate after rust removal to protect metal components before and during assembly.
Primer: A coating used to provide a primer.
primer two-pass slurry(合一涂料): A coloring coating specially designed to flatten slightly uneven substrates in preparation for the coating system applied thereafter.It is essentially thin putty and / or sealing primer.After drying, it can usually be sanded to a smooth surface.
undercoat: The first coating applied to the coating system on the treated surface.
radioactivity paint(发光): contains phosphor A luminous paint of luminous radioactive substances.
Weld Resistant Primer: A coating applied to uncoated metal substrates for temporary anticorrosive protection without having to be removed before welding.
Thick coating: A coating formed by a high viscosity paint or varnish.
Polishable sealing primer: A coating that has sealing or filling properties but does not necessarily obscure the grain of a wood substrate.When dry, the coating surface is suitable for sandpaper grinding.
Glazing agent for blooming: A transparent agent used in the blooming process.
晕色用着色剂: A translucent colorant applied to an opaque paint film substrate.Brush, point dip or sponge brush can be used for blooming, or comb brush can be used for blooming, so as to obtain various appearance effects, such as wood grain or more regular pattern.
Sealing primer: A transparent or colored liquid applied to an absorbent substrate prior to painting that reduces the absorbability of the substrate when it dries.Sealing primers also prevent paint substrates from bleaching or from softening due to solvents in newly applied coatings.
shop primer; Pre-primer: A protective coating applied to a component that is then assembled and topcoated on site.
Solventless paint: An organic paint without volatile diluents.In fact, the term sometimes generally refers to coatings containing a small amount of volatile matter.
Paint: A paint system that produces a textured surface  ( usually exists in the form of large spots or droplets ).
Alcohol soluble varnish: A volatile paint based on an industrial ethanol solution containing one or more resins.
Colorant: A coloring solution or suspension dissolved in a developing agent that colours a substrate by infiltration rather than masking.According to  J quality, colorants can be divided into water-soluble colorants, oil-soluble colorants and alcohol-soluble colorants.
Temporary protective strippable coating: A coating used to protect metal substrates during processing, transportation, and storage, and can be easily removed if necessary by stripping or cold applying common solvents.
Speckled paint: A paint that can form a speckled decorative effect by its components or application method.
thermoplastic road marking paint: A coating consisting of pigments, mineral aggregates of physical pigments, and resins applied in their molten state and used for various road signs.
Thixotropic paint: A paint that flows freely and is easy to apply when brushed with a brush, and can form a gel in a short time when it is left standing.Because of this property, thixotropic paints are unlikely to drip from the brush like other paints, and can be coated into a fairly thick film without various sagging phenomena.
Transition coating: A usually non-colored coating that softens slightly the dry paint film underneath it by its application and solidifies itself and is then softened by a subsequent coating applied to it to improve interlayer adhesion.
Double wrapper paint: A coating consisting of two components that must be mixed in the correct proportion before use, and the resulting mixture can only be used for a limited period of time.The two components of the double package paint are packed in two completely separate containers of suitable size, or in the same container divided into two spacings.
Two primers: One or more coatings applied on a putty-filled, primed substrate, or after a pre-painted surface has been treated and before a surface coating has been applied.
Waterborne paint: A paint in which the pigment and paint base are dispersed or dissolved in a continuous phase consisting mainly of water.
Water dispersion paint: by stable water A (color)paint consisting of dispersions with little or no tendency to phase separation during storage.
water dilution paint:A (color)paint.
Solderable primer: A coating applied to the surface of unpainted metal to protect it from removal prior to acetylene flame welding and without impeding satisfactory welding quality.
enameled wire paint: A usually uncolored coating applied to copper wires used in electrical equipment to impart insulating properties.
Zinc phosphate primer: A coating containing zinc phosphate pigment that inhibits corrosion applied to steel substrates.
Zinc-rich primer: An anticorrosive coating in which zinc powder is added in a concentration sufficient to form a conductive dry film for cathodic protection on steel substrates, thereby allowing metallic zinc to corrode prior to steel substrates.

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