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prime coat

[′prīm ′kōt]
(engineering)
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prime coat, priming coat

A first coat with a primer, 1.
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Prime Coat 6200 Corrosion provides durable protection against corrosion and oxidation of concrete and steel surfaces.
This eliminates the need for a prime coat on most substrates, as well as the need for multiple topcoats on all substrates.
"Eliminating the need for a prime coat and multiple top coats can offer even greater time and labor savings."
After the drying process, each mold should be checked for damaged parts, such as broken gates of joints of buckled of spalled prime coats, and further investigated to what causes damage.
Environmental Conditions - Temperature and humidity fluctuations in the dip and drying area, after prime coat application, cause expansion differentials between the wax and the slurry dip.