sunfast

sunfast

(ˈsʌnˌfɑːst)
adj
(Textiles) chiefly US and Canadian not fading in sunlight

sun•fast

(ˈsʌnˌfæst, -ˌfɑst)

adj.
not subject to fading in sunlight, as a dye, fabric, or garment.
[1925–30]
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Sitting on the floor was a fairly familiar 33--foot hull shape that could be seen as a racer-cruiser, not dissimilar to sister company's Sunfast 3200R2.
Product name: SunFast Elastomer Black Attributes/comments: Formulators for waterborne, solvent-borne and powder coatings can impart durability, jetness and chemical resistance in many applications with Sun Chemical's SunFast Elastomer Black.
For under pounds 300 you can hire a Sunsail Sunfast 37 yacht, a professional skipper and all you need to compete in a four-hour, 20-mile white knuckle race across the Solent.
Ask for help in choosing the most sunfast varieties, and give them partial shade, especially during midday heat.
In the yard, looking at the mould of the very first 33-foot Figaro 3, the smallest foiling production monohull going into build, the similarities to the Sunfast 3200 R2 seemed apparent.
As an example, Venturini added that in 2014, Sun Chemical introduced Sunfast Elastomer Black pigments, which are made from recycled rubber.
However, he and fellow Assassin owners, Ryan Brook, Tom Egan and John Vandervord, along with the crew, were very happy to decisively win the series overall from Peter McClelland's Jeanneau Sunfast 37, Macscap and Ian Arthy's Beneteau Oceanis 311, Jublilee, which was the Division 2 series winner from Indefensible.
SunFast Elastomer Black pigments made from 100% post-consumer recycled rubber.
Product name: SunFast Elastomer Black Attributes/comments: Formulators for waterborne, solvent-borne and powder coatings can now impart durability, jetness and chemical resistance in many applications with Sun Chemical's new SunFast Elastomer Black.