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coat

the hair, wool, or fur of an animal

coat

A single layer of plaster, paint, or any type of material applied to a surface.
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Coated polyester to continueas leading substrate Coated fabrics are categorized based onthe substrate or coating used.
He says there's a huge market to be realized for coated wood products in highway road signs, billboards, real estate and temporary wood signs which typically have a two-year lifespan.
Mills can increase bulk and reduce costs by replacing hardwood kraft with high-yield pulp in wood-free coated papers.
According to Lewis, the density of the polymer on a coated surface is so high that natural microbial defense mechanisms will be overwhelmed.
Downey Company also reworks previously coated metal products including light poles, park benches, snow plows, and other products providing cities and communities significant cost savings versus buying new light poles, park benches, bike racks, and other community infrastructure.
Recently developed aragonite PCC products have facilitated increased gloss in both gloss-calendered coated paperboard and coated papers.
Heldman of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in Baltimore says the coated stents represent a "whole new paradigm of combining a device with a biological agent to treat coronary disease.
2] photocatalyst coated architectural membrane material and market for photocatalyst products in Japan," Takashi Nohmura, Taiyo Kogyo, Japan.
min, and the cure time is 24 seconds for coil coated steel," says Robert White, director, Substrate Protection Systems, Automotive Coatings, PPG Industries.
The comparative loss in strength of the coated cores will most likely be substantial.
Asymtek's SC-400 PreciseCoat[TM] Conformal Coating Jet enables the application of coating materials to highly selective areas, especially on small substrates, devices or substrates with high-component density where there are tight tolerances between coated and uncoated areas.
Coated paper and paperboard markets continued to recover during the past year.