alkyd paint

alkyd paint

[′al·kəd ‚pānt]
(materials)
A paint using an alkyd resin as the vehicle for the pigment.

alkyd paint

A paint using an alkyd resin as the vehicle for the pigment.
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These alkyd dispersions close the performance gaps of current WB alkyd options and offer formulators the opportunity to prepare high-performance WB alkyd paint at near-zero VOC.
studied the performance of alkyd paint containing zinc molybdenum phosphate corrosion inhibitors [34].
de Boer, JW, Wesenhagen, PV, Wenker, ECM, Maaijen, K, Gol, F, Gibbs, H, Hage, R, "The Quest for Cobalt-free Alkyd Paint Driers.
A generation ago, an experienced painter's first choice for achieving a super-smooth surface on cabinets and trim would have been an oil-based alkyd paint, not a water-based acrylic latex.
Make sure that the rooms are well ventilated and have had ammonia fumes removed before the alkyd paint is applied.
Alkyd paint was the largest application segment for pentaerythritol and accounted for over 37% of the total market in 2011.
Water-based (latex) paint generally emits fewer volatile organic compounds (VOCs), than alkyd paint, but may still contain some hazardous chemicals such as ethylene glycol ethers and biocides (e.
For each type of paint, a set of three panels, coated only with the alkyd paint (without topcoats), was placed in the salt spray chamber according to ASTM B 117 specification (Table 2).
Interior paint--Latex paints are water-based; alkyd paint, oil-based.
To prepare the substrates, they applied two coats of lead-based alkyd paint to some of the test panels, which had been cleaned using solvent according to specification SSPC-SP1.
Next, use a liquid sandpaper, which cleans off dust, wax and grease, and allows latex to adhere well to old alkyd paint.
The change was made to meet new Environmental Protection Agency requirements that limit the amount of alkyd paint being produced.