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Standard for Coatings and Related Terms (3)

Wear resistance: The resistance of the coating to wear due to friction.
Consistency: An apparent viscosity of a coating is assessed subjectively when a shear force is applied, such as when the coating is poured out of a can, stirred, brushed or otherwise applied to the surface of an object.
Thickening: An intentional or unintentional increase in the viscosity of a coating during manufacture or storage.
Shatter resistance: Rock resistance Resistance of coatings to local damage caused by impact, especially the resistance of automotive topcoats to gravel impact.
Cold curing: The curing process at an unheated ambient temperature.
Compatibility: Miscibility The ability of two or more coatings to be mixed in a given proportion without undesirable phenomena such as turbidity, precipitation, flocculation, or gelation.
compatibility: The ability of two or more coatings to combine into a coating system without undesirable phenomena such as delamination or blistering.
Inverse thixotropy: Paints or pigment pastes exhibit thickening or setting properties when shear forces are applied.
Portable dry: The coating is dry enough to be transported without damage.
Dry without dust: The coating dries to the point where dust no longer adheres to its surface.
Eggshell light decoration: A painted surface that exhibits diffuse reflection between semi-light decoration and matte decoration.
Denudation abrasion: Wear of the coating surface caused by abrasion such as pulverization or wind sand, resulting in the exposure of the lower coating surface.
False thickening: The viscosity of certain types of coatings decreases significantly when agitated and returns quickly to its original level when shear stress is removed.
Acid resistance<
Strong>: The ability of a coating to retain its chemical and physical properties after being immersed in an acid under specified conditions.
Alkali resistance: The ability of a coating to retain its chemical and physical properties after immersion in alkali under specified conditions.
Heat resistance: The ability of a coating to retain its chemical and physical properties after being exposed to a thermal environment under specified conditions.
Light resistance: The ability of a coating to retain its chemical and physical properties after exposure to natural or artificial light with specific properties under specified conditions.
Decor (a bright metal) with a mask: A decorative effect produced by applying a colored, transparent, glossy coating to a bright metal surface or metallic flash coating.
Flexibility: The degree to which a coating can move or deform with its bearing surface without cracking or falling off.
Leveling: The degree to which a wet coating can flow during application and form a uniform, flat surface after application.
Patterns: A semitransparent, fine wrinkle phenomenon that occurs when the coating film dries.This phenomenon may occur intentionally to mask defects on the substrate or to achieve desired visual properties.
Perfect coating: The thickest coating is applied at one time, and a defect-free coating is formed when dried.
Glossy: After drying, the coating can form a surface almost as smooth as a mirror.
gelatinization: A qualitative change in which a coating becomes partially or completely irreversibly an insoluble gel that cannot be applied even when" dissolved" is added.The early stage of gelatinization is often called hepatogenesis.
gelation: A reversible jelly-like state is usually intentionally formed, which can be restored to a usable state by applying an action such as stirring or brushing.
Gloss: The performance of the coating to reflect light in a specular manner.The gloss mainly depends on the composition of the coating, and various surfaces from matte to high gloss can be obtained.
Hammer finish: A finish made from certain paint components containing metal powder and other additives.After drying, the topcoat can appear similar to the appearance of hammered metal.
Hard dry coating ; : Dry enough that the subsequent coating can be satisfactorily applied by brush after it is polished and extinct.
Hardness : The inherent resistance of a coating film to indentation or penetration when in contact with a solid.
High viscosity coatings : A coating having high consistency or viscosity and drying to form a good coating.
Hiding power : The extent to which the paint obscures the color of the base on which it is applied.
( to ) : coatings are allowed to be applied to a greater than normal thickness of coatings.It can be achieved by chemical curing with thixotropic, low volatile or low viscosity components.
High solids : A term used to maintain the volatile content of a coating to the lowest level of satisfactory workability by selecting the appropriate composition.
Joint filler : A material used to fill small voids and irregularities in a substrate to form a flat, smooth surface before painting.
Flame cleaning : Burn the structural steel with a reduction flame of oxygen / fuel for a short time and then brush it clean with a power tool wire brush.
Extinction : Grind the dry coated surface with fine dry or wet abrasives to form a flat, matte surface.
Zinc plating : A process by which a properly pretreated steel piece is immersed in molten metal zinc to form a zinc coating.
Glass putty ; Putty : A type of putty used for fixing glass plates to wooden frames with inorganic fillers based on linseed oil and thick oil.
sandblasting : uses abrasives ( such as alumina, scrap metal slag, iron or steel scrap ) as spray cleaning of granular materials.
Bottom surface : Any surface properly treated for painting.
Dentate protrusions : A raised steel burr that sometimes protrudes above the surrounding section.


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