Emulsion paint


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emulsion paint

[ə′məl·shən ‚pānt]
(materials)
Paint whose vehicle is an emulsion of a binder (oil, resin, latex, and so on) in water.

Emulsion paint

A paint consisting of small particles of synthetic resin and pigments suspended in water. When the water evaporates, the resin particles form a film that binds the pigments.

emulsion paint

A paint composed of small beads of resin binder which are dispersed, along with pigments, in water. On evaporation of the water, the resin particles coalesce to form a film which adheres to the surface and binds the pigment particles.
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The concentration of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAHs) in the emulsion paint samples was determined and it was found that these paint samples actually contain PAHs but in varying amounts.
In this study, we have used commercial acrylic emulsion paint manufactured by Kansai [Nerolac.
All these figures include also the average drying curves of the two types of reference specimens (emulsion paint and unpainted mortar), though it must be kept in mind that the emulsion paint was tested only on dry substrate.
Many trials have been done to prepare high-performance emulsion paint formulations based on acrylic emulsion, Urabrid AC 100, and alkyd, respectively, and free from corrosion inhibitors.
This will be cheaper than using a special grout pen and you can put that left-over emulsion paint to good use
It is possible to buy acrylic products mixed with emulsion paint, and a number of readymade tinted acrylic glazes, which make life a lot easier.
If the verdigris finish is being used on bare plasterwork, like cornicing, apply a thin coat of dark grey emulsion paint to seal it.
development according to din 18363: Essential services: Approximately 2 700 sqm wall painting emulsion paint.
Dow Corning 88 additive is a silane/siloxane blend that is effective at improving water resistance both in acrylic emulsion paint containing polar solvents and in solvent-based systems.
using emulsion EMULSION paint doesn't separate as much as oil-based paint, but you should still stir it well before using it, reaching right down to the bottom of the tin.
It could have fetched double the price - but was splattered with emulsion paint and had a hairline crack caused by the tip of a brolly.
In the latest one yesterday, the couple woke to find their car, which was parked on their drive way, had been covered in emulsion paint by vandals - the second time since they bought it eight weeks ago.