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.
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.
DuPont pioneered the automotive industry's first tri-coat finish to economically paint vehicles with a white pearlescent effect.
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.
As an example of the plastic industry's foresight, resin producers are working on plastics with paint-like finishes that virtually will eliminate the need to paint vehicles.