protective coating

protective coating

1. Same as sealer.
2. A hard, noncorrosive coating on the surface of a material; for example, a metallic coating that is anodized, galvanized, or sherardized.
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The Senators sent letters to the CEO of Enbridge and the head of the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) following recent news reports that Enbridge did not disclose problems in the protective coating of the Line 5 Pipeline for more than three years.
The protective coating is a covering that is applied over a surface to ensure protection from external environment that could damage the function or integrity of an item or part.
USPRwire, Mon Jan 12 2015] Protective coating are coverings of paint, varnish or lacquer that protects things from corrosion, weathering, mechanical pressures, chemical attacks, temperature, wear and tear, chemicals, and fire.
Stating that the majority of bats had some form of protective coating that would wrap around on to the edges of the bat, Brennan said that this could change the thermal signature of the front edge of a bat, but not its rear edge.
Contractors were contacted by Petroplus at its Coryton refinery to apply a new protective coating to a caustic soda tank, part of the process in the refineries' cracking plant.
The new office will cater to both retail consumers and local automotive dealerships, offering a range of protective coating services and products including its newest spray-on truck bed-liner product, LINE-X PREMIUM.
PROTECTIVE COATING The Beatrice wind demonstrator project in the North Sea off the coast of Scotland
A similarly demanding specification was met at the abattoir for Laverstock Park Produce in Hampshire where specialist contractors Protective Coating Systems (UK) Ltd of Chippenham, installed Purcem 20 as the surface for the 1200sq.
Abrasive pads and wire brushes remove the protective coating from the boom rails and actuators, which leads to corrosion damage.
The mirror also has superb durability as it has silver coating, a reflection surface, copper-plated and has special protective coating over that.
The OSP is part of the copper protective coating system that is used as an alternative to hot air solder leveling and other metallic printed wiring board (PWB) final finishes.
Additional properties include printing with water-based inks, and mildew and stain resistance with Yorkguard[R] protective coating.