paint base

paint base

[′pānt ‚bās]
(materials)
A vehicle into which pigment is mixed to form a paint.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

paint base

The vehicle into which pigment is mixed to form a paint; commonly alkyd, latex, acrylic.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Architecture and Construction. Copyright © 2003 by McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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On the basis of paint base, the market has been categorized into solvent-borne and waterborne, which currently provides for more than half of the revenue in this market and is expected to remain most profitable throughout the forecast period, by the end of which it will attain a valuation of $5,800 million.
Browse Complete Research Report with TOC@ h ttps://www.mrrse.com/automotive-paint-market One of the sections of the report comprise of analysis and forecast on the global automotive paint market by coating type, finish, vehicle type, paint base and region.
One major criterion of a colorant is that the colorant dispersion be compatible in the paint base. The lack of compatibility of the colorant will result in poor color properties, such as low tint strength (the power of a pigment to tint paints) and color changes when the paint is either shaken again or reapplied by touchup.
It also has numerous uses in wood finishing, paint base for paintings etc., together these factors are expected to synergies the market growth of pine nut oil in the forecast period.
Colorants added to the paint base, at 15.4 wt% to obtain deeper color tones, were agitated on a Red Devil shaker for three min.