translucent coating

translucent coating

A liquid formulation (such as varnish, shellac, or lacquer) which when dry forms a translucent film.
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The original design statement described the building's misty skin as a glaze which, along with an alluring physical model, conjured images at the time of a translucent coating that would encapsulate the fluidity of the structure's concrete profile.
This technology wraps the bezel with a translucent coating and controls the density of the transparent and opaque material used in the process, resulting in a subtle yet unique look with distinct gray and black gradation.
Paint' ranges from the broad group of environmentally-sound latex paints that many consumers use to decorate and protect their homes and the translucent coatings that line the interior of food containers, to the chemically-complex, multi-component finishes that automobile manufacturers apply on the assembly line.
The results showed that Nansulate[R] translucent coatings reduced energy flow through a wall by 34.
Our translucent coatings are very low cost to install, easily applied like a paint over almost any existing color with no change in appearance, and the return on investment for most applications, both residential and industrial, is often less than one year.