bond coat

bond coat

[′bänd ‚kōt]
(materials)
A coat of bonding agent or plaster applied to a surface to provide a bond for succeeding coats of plaster.
A coat of primer applied to a surface to act as a sealer or to ensure adhesion of paint to the surface.

bond coat

1. A coat of bonding agent or plaster to provide a bond for succeeding coats of plaster.
2. A coat of primer used as a sealer or to ensure adhesion of the paint to the surface.
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48) Thus, it is highly desirable to engineer the substrate/HA coating interface in such a way that by application of a suitable thin biocompatible bond coat layer the advantages addressed above can be realized.
The topics include the full-scale numerical simulation of plasma-sprayed functionally gradient materials, the depletion model of aluminum in bond coat for plasma-sprayed thermal barrier coatings, developing spherical iron-based composite powder with carried alumina abrasive grains by plasma spray, processes and properties of ceramic coatings by elecrophoretic deposition, and the effect of silicon sol on anodic oxidation film of titanium alloys.
The shells consisted of a CP titanium substrate, with a titanium bond coat of arc deposited (AD) titanium beneath a plasma sprayed coating of manufactured HA.
A hot melt adhesive bond coat shall then be applied to the waterproofing.
Keywords Electrophoretic deposition, Electrolytic deposition, Thermal barrier coatings, Ceramic coat, Bond coat
SHS 8000 features an ultra-refined crystalline microstructure, up to a thousand times finer than existing solutions, resulting in corrosion, erosion and wear resistance, a high hardness/toughness combination and high bond strength without the necessity of a bond coat.
SwRI has developed a patent-pending bond coat to address adhesion problems associated with DLC coatings.
The coating has typical lamellar structure, with no distinct interfaces in the top coating and well bonding with the substrate--even without bond coat.
Typical TBCs consist of a dual-layer system comprising a ceramic coating and a MCrAlY (M = Ni and/or Co) oxidation-resistant metallic bond coat.
SHS 8000 features an ultra-refined crystalline microstructure, up to a thousand times finer than existing solutions, resulting in exceptional corrosion, erosion and wear resistance, a unique high hardness/toughness combination and extremely high bond strength without the necessity of a bond coat.
A 300 [micro]m top coating of TiN-matrix coating was deposited without bond coat by a JP5000 HVOF spraying instrument.