organic coating

organic coating

[ȯr′gan·ik ′kōd·iŋ]
(materials)
Material used to protect metal surfaces from chemical or atmospheric attack; includes latex paints, plastics, asphaltic materials, rubbers, and elastomers.

organic coating

A coating (such as paint, lacquer, enamel, or film) in which the principal ingredients are derived from animal or vegetable matter or from some compound of carbon.
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Use it to spray any organic coating material, including textures and even the most challenging metallics.
Miszczyk, A, Darowicki, K, "Accelerated Ageing of Organic Coating Systems by Thermal Treatment.
The steel can has an interior surface with a lining, which is an organic coating or polymeric laminate, and optionally, a tin coating.
The pen tip is 6mm in diameter and is made of special silicon that has an organic coating to permit free gliding over the glass screens on tablets.
Abstract Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) is used to derive an expression for predicting the service life of organic coating in a C4-type environment (industrial and costal areas with moderate salinity) as defined in ISO 12944 standard for paints and varnishes--corrosion protection of steel structures by protective paint systems.
Every aspect of wet painting, powder coating and coil coating will be showcased with the portfolio for industrial coating technology comprising systems and applications technology, coatings, transport systems, automation solutions and paint robots, consumables and services for the organic coating process, ranging from pre-treatment through to final inspection, said a statement.
During soldering, the organic coating is penetrated and dissolved by flux.
The added portability increases safety during organic coating applications.
Observations made inside the cooling tunnels on green sand molding lines indicate that the amount of organic coating in the hoods and the ducts tied to those hoods is directly related to the amount of visible smoke emitted from the molds under the hoods.
The hardness of an organic coating can be defined as its resistance to deformation under stress.