bonded coating

bonded coating

[¦bän·dəd ¦kōd·iŋ]
(materials)
A finishing or protecting layer of any compound affixed to a surface.
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A special bonded coating seals the repair to stop water damaging road surfaces.
While it is also expected that the behavior of the coating in a bonded (encapsulated) condition may be tempered due to the absence of excess free oxygen, changes in color of the such bonded coating can also be clearly detected under repeated reflow test conditions.
(Osterhout uses the word "film" instead of "coating" to describe his products to distinguish them from prior coatings that delaminate.) The new T-series bonded coating, available for about a year, reduces friction and covers the protruding fibers.
The inside of each new Moly Inside Nut features a bonded coating of molybdenum disulfide that serves as a barrier between the threads of both the nut and the fitting body in a stainless steel tubing system to help prevent galling.
A permanently bonded coating is scratch and chemical resistant.