backcoating


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backcoating

[′bak‚kōd·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
A light-absorbing sensitized layer that is applied to the back of a film base material.

backcoating

A thin coating (such as sprayed neoprene) on the back side of a fabric to increase its durability, its resistance to the flow of air, or its heat resistance.
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Alexiums second platform product is a PCM backcoating for removable mattress toppers, duvet covers and pillows.
The MRC 4200 / 5200 does it all in the area of carpet backcoating. The customer can make tufted carpet, woven carpet, carpet tiles or artifi-cial grass this machine can run different kinds of qualities.
DPM ribbons feature SlickStream" anti-static backcoating technology designed to extend the life of valuable printheads.
Deca is used in high-impact polystyrene and as a polymer backcoating on commercial textiles and is added to a wide variety of polymers used in electrical and electronic equipment.
Tape backcoating formulations will continue to have features such as texture, compressibility, and static reduction required to reduce wound-in debris and tape layer slippage and to protect servo and data tracks.
has introduced Metalite Q153, a new line of abrasive films made with tear-resistant, 5 mil (0.125mm) DuPont Mylar polyester containing a patented non-slip backcoating. Also, the company received a patent (U.S.
These seemingly conflicting requirements were addressed by improvements in the base film and backcoating layers of the media.
In addition to its wet laminating and adhesive powder scattering machinery, Tepa, Barcelona, Spain, provides doctor knife coating units, backcoating kiss rollers and foam coating equipment for the automotives, agriculture, protective clothing, home furnishing and geotextile markets.
* Technology - The combination of Maxell's original backcoating technology and Quantum's new Optical Servo Technology delivers a fundamentally different approach to servoing, utilizing the backcoating side of the tape.
This controversial notice raised immediate concerns because it would have required upholstered furniture fabrics to be "self extinguishing" and, therefore, could only have been met by backcoating or otherwise treating fabrics with FR chemicals.
Furniture manufacturers have also raised concerns about the effects that backcoating will have on the fabrics that they use.