recoat

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recoat

(riːˈkəʊt)
vb (tr)
to coat (something) again or with a new coat of paint, varnish, etc
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the work includes setting up and maintaining scaffold and a containment system, abrasive blasting to near white metal (sspc-sp 10), recoating all exterior surfaces, site cleanup, and disposal of all spent materials and coatings.
It can be applied directly to ambient or hot surfaces up to 350[degrees]F (177[degrees]C), offering plants the flexibility to reduce downtime by keeping systems online during coating and recoating applications.
SNGPL management senior officials described that gas suspension would continue to all sectors in Punjab for one more days till the recoating completed over ruptured transmission pipelines.
The two companies to be bought offer special systems for repair and maintenance work on ships and oil rigs, which includes interior and exterior cleaning, rust and paint removal, recoating, inspection and repairs.
says the ability to bring an old cart to "like new" condition through recoating has enabled grocers to double the useful life of carts for about half the cost of a replacement, while also supporting sustainability issues.
Previous coating systems were capable of recoating an average of 100 feet or less of 26-inch pipeline in one day.
The contract, awarded by FMC Technologies Customer Support at Agotnes, Norway, covers machining, recoating and testing.
At the request of Mittal Steel, BASF Coatings and the diversified technology company 3M took on the job of recoating South Africa's bleached out and peeling roofscape using an innovative 2-coat polyurethane system.
The TAW 5 x D insertable insert drill eliminates burdensome and costly regrind and recoating of brazed tools by reducing brazed drill inventory.
The time between recoating with a touch-up coat is greatly extended, according to the company.
It improves the abrasion resistance of floor coatings and eliminates the need for frequent recoating.