flood coat

flood coat

1. See flow coat.
2. In an aggregate-surfaced, built-up roof, the top layer of bitumen, which is poured on the surface.
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The roofs were installed on a variety of decks, including poured-in-place gypsum, wood, and metal, and were constructed with conservative specifications that called for mechanically attached insulation, a second course of mopped insulation, two plies of Type IV glass felts in hot asphalt and a modified bitumen cap sheet, dual-reinforced fiberglass scrim, and a flood coat of gravel in Type III asphalt.
For the masculine Dunhill tube, the company utilized flexographic printing in flood coat black and cold stamped the silver logo.The look was finished with a combination varnish and glossy logo that stood out from the tube's otherwise matte finish.
"We look for good opacity on a silver disc, white flood coat and other ink coats," he said.
When running a full flood coat of Cast and Cure, a heavier deposit (8 to 10bcm) of coating is recommended to achieve the best effects.
The general construction of the Polygram facility roof consisted of a metal deck, 3" perlite (two 1.5" layers mopped together) and four-ply asphalt built-up organic felts with flood coat and rock surfacing.
* Flood coat: The top layer in an aggregate surface, built-up roofing membrane.
Instead of a black flood coat on the back of a paper label--which distorts the red color--the converter will use the metalized paper printed with red, which results in a brilliant red color with full opacity."
The unit features traditional flexo UV and hot air curable flood coat capability, as well as a digital inkjet head for spot varnish and coating, or varnish buildups that equal or are superior to screen printing, according to the company.
The material is naturally white coloured, eliminating the need for printed white flood coats.