flow coat

flow coat

[′flō ‚kōt]
(engineering)
A coating formed by pouring a liquid material over the object and allowing it to flow over the surface and drain off.

flow coat

A coating obtained by completely drenching an object with streams of paint and allowing the excess to drain off. Also called a flood coat.
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Application techniques for coating plastics are similar to those used for metals, i.e., conventional air spray, airless, electrostatic (guns or bells), flow coat or even dip coating.
A gallon covers 1,500 [ft.sup.2] when applied with a foam brush and 600 [ft.sup.2] using a flow coat. ACL Staticide, www.rsleads.com/803ee-198
VpCI-380 is a flexible solution to use alone or in conjunction with Cortec VpCI-395 primer and can be applied by spray, flow coat, brush or dip.
Table 2 presents a case study of the relationship between Baume (as a process control) and the percent solids of a coating in a flow coat applicator.
And, the flow coat allows easier cleaning when commissioning the pipeline.
Initially, the equipment specified for the flow coating operation included two infrared ovens with a slat conveyor, a hydraulic flow coating mold manipulator and a flow coat station to catch, mix and dispense the coating.
With the cores being made on a separate production system, we were able to add a flow coat machine for the current cope and drag loop.
Flow coating equipment included two infrared core ovens with a slat conveyor, a hydraulic flow coating mold manipulator and a flow coat station to catch, mix and dispense the coating.
Flow Coat and Flow Coat X is a "sprinkler-type" coarse dispense nozzle.
Flow coated thin films were carefully floated on water by emerging the silicon substrate into deionized water.