finishing compound

finishing compound

[′fin·ish·iŋ ‚käm‚pau̇nd]
(materials)
A substance used to impart surface properties to textiles or leather, such as softness, flexibility, or fire resistance.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

finishing compound

A compound specifically designed to provide a smooth, level surface.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The company also provided abrasive and polishing media as well as two types of liquid metal finishing compound. The latter are added to the water in the bowl to degrease, inhibit oxidation and brighten ferrous and non-ferrous materials respectively.
They are bonded and sealed in one step with a high-strength finishing compound. The panels are rigid--impermeable to air, gases, microorganisms and insects.
Further research they will establish that the process can be simply controlled by means of the magnetic field, making the finishing compound to behave as a smart material.
An adjustable dosing pump has been supplied that injects metal finishing compound into the bowl periodically, typically every 10 seconds, while a constant, minimal flow of cold water is maintained to lubricate the media and keep it and the components clean.
A fluid pumping system including container, hoses and fittings has been supplied for recirculating a surface finishing compound.
It was delivered earlier this year with an acoustic cover, automatic unload screen, ceramic media, metal finishing compound and water recirculation system.
The new warehouse holds a stock of more than 100 machines and around 50,000kg of abrasive media and finishing compound.