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/ˈkōtiNG/,
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coatings, plural;
  1. A thin layer or covering of something
    • - a coating of paint
  2. Material used for making coats


  1. a thin layer covering something; "a second coat of paint"
  2. a decorative texture or appearance of a surface (or the substance that gives it that appearance); "the boat had a metallic finish"; "he applied a coat of a clear finish"; "when the finish is too thin it is difficult to apply evenly"
  3. a heavy fabric suitable for coats
  4. application: the work of applying something; "the doctor prescribed a topical application of iodine"; "a complete bleach requires several applications"; "the surface was ready for a coating of paint";
  5. (coated) having a coating; covered with an outer layer or film; often used in combination; "coated paper has a smooth polished coating especially suitable for halftone printing"; "sugar-coated pills"
  6. (coated) having or dressed in a coat
  7. Coating is a covering that is applied to the surface of an object, usually referred to as the substrate. In many cases coatings are applied to improve surface properties of the substrate, such as appearance, adhesion, wetability, corrosion resistance, wear resistance, and scratch resistance. ...
  8. (Coates (shaving)) Coates was started by James Coate who established his first brush works in London in 1875, but the company moved out to Somerset in 1883, opening factories in Axminster and Chard. Coate's later amalgamated with A Simpson, another brush manufacturer. ...
  9. (Coates (supercomputer)) Coates is a supercomputer installed at Purdue University on July 21, 2009.
  10. A thin outer layer
  11. (Coatings) A clear coating provides protection from smudging, fingerprints, and water droplets. It does not improve the permanence of the print because most fading is due to visible light. ...
  12. (Coatings) Surface lens treatments that achieve special and cosmetic purposes. Common coatings include:
  13. (Coatings) Light is lost by reflection from optical surfaces that are intended to be refractors only. This loss is effectively reduced by very thin coatings on the lens surfaces. This can be seen as a blue or violet hue on the lens surface.
  14. (COATINGS) wide range of liquid products, which, when applied on a surface, form a continuous film with protective, decorative or particular technical properties. They are roughly a blend of polymers (the film-forming binder), solvents, additives, pigments, extenders and flatting agents. ...
  15. (Coatings) A thin protective surface layer, usually of vinyl, which is applied to wallcoverings to provide washability and durability.
  16. (Coatings) Commonly a treatment applied to paper to provide a needed product feature such as inhibiting grease staining or penetration, releasing product from surface, or preventing common baking problems when used as a substitute for metal pans. ...
  17. (Coatings) The application of a coat of zinc, organic material, paint or foil, primarily to improve the resistance of steel sheet to corrosion.
  18. (Coatings) The result of a process where a different material is deposited to create a new surface.
  19. (Coatings) Water based clear sealant over-print applied on press to create special visual effects, protect against scuffing or encapsulate slower drying pigmented inks so that sheets can be die-cut and folded quickly. See Coatings and Varnishes white paper.
  20. (Coatings) We’re an approved applicator for many roof coating systems. These systems are primarily for metal roof restoration, but  can be used on many low slope commercial roofing systems.
  21. (Coatings) are used to produce optical layers, (often multi-layered), to alter the optical properties of a surface or material (by reflection, transmission, absorption). ...
  22. (coatings) Openair®-plasma made it possible for the first time to deposit functional layers on surfaces. This technique is known from vacuum plasma. With plasma polymeric layers, materials obtain new properties, in many cases their operative range is largely extended. Plastics get gasproof, e.g. ...
  23. (Coated) Fabrics that are coated are usually done so with a liquid or semi liquid product. Coatings can be urethanes, acrylics, PVC, neoprene’s, and many other types of substances. ...
  24. (Coated (Paper)) Paper coated with clay, white pigments and a binder. Better for printing because there is less picking.
  25. (Coated) printing papers which after making have had a surface coating with clay etc, to give a smoother, more even finish with greater opacity.