paint base

paint base

[′pānt ‚bās]
(materials)
A vehicle into which pigment is mixed to form a paint.

paint base

The vehicle into which pigment is mixed to form a paint; commonly alkyd, latex, acrylic.
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Paint base coat inside rectangle with Dainty Pink and large brush.
Lead-based paint is also commonly found in older buildings, although it became less common in the 1960s as titanium was used more widely as a paint base.
She used a green eggshell paint base and brushed on watered-down blue eggshell.
Because Nippon Paint can now anticipate its customers' demands, it can now produce proactively, whereby 85 percent of the paint base is pre-produced and, as soon as a customer places an order, the remaining 25 percent of the production process is completed and the order delivered.
Limited Tenders are invited for 1)Chemical Resistant Epoxy Priming Paint Base With Accelerator In The Ratio 15:5 To Spec Aa56105 Rev 07.
Next, kids simply mix their paint strips and paint base, then position their paint pot in the shaker to mix their customized color.
The Bladeshield system is the result of the development of an innovative procedure for obtaining the mix, as the additive is dissolved first in the ideal dispersing agent and then in the paint base.
One major criterion of a colorant is that the colorant dispersion be compatible in the paint base.
The S-3 was on the declining side of the viscosity maximum, but above the paint base viscosity.
The paint base formulation and amount of thickener to reach a certain Kreb unit are given in Tables 2 and 3.
It is rare that beginning watercolor artists will think to combine that medium with other paint bases.
Safflower is usually grown for its oil, which is mainly used for cooking and in salad dressing and margarine, but can also be used in paint bases and biodiesel.