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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PROTECTIVE COATING The Beatrice wind demonstrator project in the North Sea off the coast of Scotland
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.
Plus, a gun without protective coating is ripe for corrosion and rust.
The Decorative Basics Collection from Harwell Fabrics is a new collection of affordable jacquards with DEFEND[TM] protective coating as an optional treatment.
Therefore, corrosion around the base of a carbon steel tank can best be prevented by removing the insulation from the bottom foot or so of the tank and applying a suitable protective coating to the bared metal.
It has been known for many years that the use of pure Sn as a protective coating on copper and copper alloys can result in the growth of hair-like Sn crystals known as "whiskers.
Developing a protective coating that completely seals the battery was also essential to prevent corrosion and leakage, he adds.
Hearing aid manufacturer, ReSound, is using a protective coating for hearing instruments that has resulted in a 50% reduction in moisture related repairs
has been awarded a contract to supply Nansulate[R], Industrial Nanotech's proprietary protective coating, for the renovation of a military complex in Slovenia.
Spray-on bedliner provides a protective coating for vehicles
As is evident, stakeholder initiatives, especially collaboration among research institutes, academia and medical device manufacturers will play a major role in the advancement of protective coating technologies.