hot spraying

hot spraying

[¦hät ¦sprā·iŋ]
(engineering)
A paint-spraying technique in which paint viscosity is reduced by heat rather than a solvent.

hot spraying

A paint-spraying technique which uses heat rather than solvent to lower the viscosity of the paint; permits use of a lower spraying pressure and lessens the loss due to overspray.
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Unlike hot spraying, the high solid technology has so far not established itself on the market.