overcoating


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overcoating

[′ō·vər‚kōd·iŋ]
(engineering)
Extruding a plastic web beyond the edge of the substrate web in extrusion coating.
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The researchers concluded that this rust-through failure may have been caused by the thinness of the overcoat film--only 100 microns (4 mils), as recommended by the manufacturer for overcoating. All the other overcoat materials were applied at a thickness of at least 175 microns (7 mils) over SSPC-SP3 surfaces.
In fact, the researchers determined that MCU2 and MCU3 were somewhat unsuitable for overcoating IOZ/vinyl surfaces.
Ault, "Guidelines for Repair and Maintenance of Bridge Coatings: Overcoating," FHWA Publication No.
During the overcoating process, exposed steel surfaces are spot-primed with a surface tolerant one-component moisture-cure polyurethane aluminum primer.
The system is typically configured as a four-color, continuous-motion printer that applies basecoat and overcoating with uv curing at up to 100 parts/min.
- Model C-500 six-color printer for industrial and cosmetic tubes automatically feeds, pretreats with flame or corona, prints the full length of tube, uv dries, applies full uv overcoating, assembles cap, and delivers tube to filling station.
Overcoating coating Door leaf and steel frame, approx.