chipping resistance

chipping resistance

Of a paint coating (or the like), the ability of one or more coats to resist the removal of any portion of its surface as a result of impacts.
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Coated with Hitachi's JX coating--a PVD coating that incorporates particles with enhanced self-lubricating characteristics--it has lubricity as well as hardness, heat-resistance, and chipping resistance that is vastly improved over previous coatings.
4) ASTM D 3170, "Standard Test Method for Chipping Resistance of Coatings," in Annual Book of ASTM Standards, 0602, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, p.
Gilkenson says abrasion resistance, chipping resistance and resistance to heat buildup determine tire life.
Using ultra-fine diamond grains, the cutting edge also offers superior chipping resistance in milling applications, plus higher feed per tooth, so less inserts are required in a milling cutter.
To simulate road hazards, the diamond-shot test, which shoots out industrial diamonds against painted panels at minus 4 degrees Fahrenheit, evaluates the chipping resistance and durability of the coated steel at low temperatures.
The improved particle dispersion has dramatically increased the chipping resistance and wear resistance of cutting tool inserts, providing a service life up to 1.