dirt resistance

dirt resistance

The ability of a paint coating (or the like) to resist soiling by foreign material deposited on, or embedded in, the dried coating.
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The enhancements address common job-site concerns from professionals, such as dirt resistance and flash rust resistance, to ensure better application experiences for them, and exceptional results for their customers.
PPG Paints PERMA-CRETE PITT-FLEX elastomeric coating offers a 100 percent acrylic formula that touts exceptional dirt resistance, as well as a flexible bond to prevent hairline cracks and protect against water infiltration to achieve uniform, pinhole-free jobs.
If an emulsion is hard enough to provide satisfactory dirt resistance, it usually requires at least 7% to 10% of coalescent--too much to satisfy the requirements of <50 g/I VOC or lower.
The grasping range of the screw locking parts show dirt resistance for a simple connection release.
Self-cleaning glass, which has been treated to improve its water-shedding and dirt resistance capabilities, will make considerable inroads (from a small base) in the architectural market.
The precolored thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs) exhibit a low coefficient of friction (LCOF) to provide easier installation, less sliding resistance, and greater dirt resistance than the company's traditional TPV materials.
They reportedly provide easier installation, less sliding resistance, and better dirt resistance than standard TPVs.
Precolored thermoplastic vulcanizates (TPVs), said to have a highly favorable low coefficient of friction to provide easier installation, less sliding resistance and greater dirt resistance than traditional TPV materials, are available from the company.
Polymer-based dirt resistance and mildew resistance.
The environmental advantages continue with increased durability and better dirt resistance for coatings containing this new material.
ENCOR 496 is designed for use as a binder in air-moisture barriers and dirt resistance finish coats.