paint vehicle

paint vehicle

[′pānt ‚vē·ə·kəl]
(materials)
The liquid constituent of paint; consists of volatile solvent or thinner and a film-forming component.
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This is useful in deciding whether a given dispersing resin solution or paint vehicle will wet the pigment or explaining why it does not.
Ford, which was the first automaker to implement the 3-Wet high solids solvent borne technology in 2007, currently has eight plants in North America, Asia Pacific and Europe equipped for using the process to paint vehicles.
For applications above 200[degrees]C (400[degrees]F), paint vehicles based on silicone, epoxy-silicone, or polyamide are used.
Originally this involved making all the county's taxi drivers paint vehicles in two-tone colours to signify what sort of cabbies they were.
Not only does it eliminate the need to paint vehicles in batches so the over spray can be collected, cleaned, and reused, it uses 98% of the paint powder sprayed.
Stagecoach Midland Red hope to build a parking area to cater for its 70-bus fleet and to set up a workshop to paint vehicles on land near Station Approach.