priming coat

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Noun1.priming coat - the first or preliminary coat of paint or size applied to a surfacepriming coat - the first or preliminary coat of paint or size applied to a surface
coat of paint - a layer of paint covering something else
couch - a flat coat of paint or varnish used by artists as a primer
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Tenders are invited for Providing And Laying Wmm 100 Mm Thick Comma Wmm 225 Mm Thick Comma Dbm 50 Mm Thick And Bc 25 Mm Thick Consolidated With Paver And Hmp Applying Prime Coat And Tack Coat Bet Km 10 To Km 18Pt63 On Rd Kpt In Mizoram State Fourth Call
Prime Coat 6000 Lining, Prime Coat 6100 Fire and Prime Coat 6200 Corrosion are spray-applied sustainable inorganic coatings with broad applications.
Prime Coat 6000 Lining is proven to meet NSF/ANSI 61 standards for contact with potable water and is highly abrasion-and chemical-resistant, making it an option for municipal water and sewer applications, water tank linings and the like.
The essential problem with traditional coatings is that they usually require a prime coat and two topcoats with about eight hours drying time between each.
The prime coat covering three kilometres will begin within three days to pave the way for road carpeting, they added.
The improved bond strength of the SCB system is said to be achieved without the use of a prime coat, and when tested to ASTM, a cohesive failure can be expected.
To achieve optimal mold cavities for casting, the wax assembly should not allow wax to be trapped when the mold is dewaxed There should be no sharp edges, undercuts, bubbles, negatives or rough surfaces that could form sharp or weak features in the prime coat.
Tenders are invited for work includes, milling, prime coat, excavation, signage, electric conduit, pavement marking.
Prime coat buckling defects usually occur on flat surfaces as an island of surplus metal, and normally have hairline fins associated with them, usually at a casting's edges.