ground coat

ground coat

1. A first coat of paint or enamel, particularly when designed to show through a topcoat.
2. A porcelain enamel applied directly to the base metal to function as an intermediate layer between the metal and the cover coat.
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The ground coat of Yerevan is "inadaptable" to the weight of the new buildings, the head of the association "For
The large flakes can be added directly to basecoats or used as a ground coat for Radiance II midcoats.
Sale again was in Uralkaliy due to the news on the continuing down warping of ground coat under railway line.
Glass linings are generally composed of two layers; porous ground coat near the steel substrate and dense cover coat.
The print design and ground coat are printed on the back of the film in reverse order.
Construction including pouring of ground coat and complete repainting on the walls and ceiling of 20 kv in the white slatina substation.
Ditzler Big Flake pigments can be added directly to the basecoat or used as a ground coat for Radiance II mid-coats by PPG to create an old-style special-effect finish.
That is, the release coat is printed first, followed by the pattern or a wood grain print, the ground coat and finally, the adhesive.
Tenders are invited for Selection of a contractor for construction works for the project: "Overhaul of the Town Hall" Ordinary sanitary unit in the building of the village of Kunino, dismantling of the door and installation of a new PVC door, ground coat, terracotta flooring, priming of walls and application of lime-cement plaster as well as delivery and installation of a toilet bowl with a PVC cistern.
Cobalt is also used to make airbags in automobiles; catalysts for the petroleum and chemical industries; cemented carbides (also called hardmetals) and diamond tools; corrosion- and wear-resistant alloys; drying agents for paints, varnishes, and inks; dyes and pigments; ground coats for porcelain enamels; high-speed steels; magnetic recording media; magnets; and steel-belted radial tires.