Lacquer definition

Lacquer means a clear or opaque wood coating, including clear lacquer sanding sealers, formulated with cellulosic or synthetic resins to dry by evaporation without chemical reaction and to provide a solid, protective film.
Lacquer means a clear or pigmented coating formulated with a nitrocellulose or synthetic resin to dry by evaporation without a chemical reaction. Lacquers are resoluble in their original solvent.
Lacquer means a type of surface coating in which drying occurs by evaporation of the solvent and deposition of the resin and any pigment.

Examples of Lacquer in a sentence

  • It is my view that if the stage 2 odour mitigation of raising the stack height is required, then the stack increase should occur on the stack from which has the highest remaining rate of odour discharge, which may or may not be the Internal Lacquer Assembly Stack.

  • In paragraph 5.5 of Ms Simpson’s evidence, she defines one of the potential stage two odour mitigation measures as raising the height of the Internal Lacquer Assembly Stack by 2 m.

  • Determination of the Acid Content of Pretreatment Coatings and Etching Fillers The acid content of pretreatment coatings and etching fillers shall bemeasured determined by ASTM Test Method D1613-17 – Standard Test Method for Acidity in Volatile Solvents and Chemical Intermediates Used in Paint, Varnish, Lacquer, and Related Products.

  • The range of products include vintage cars, trains, dolls, pen stands, keychains to mention a few.• Lacquer Ware Craft Complex: Karnataka State Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited (KSHDCL) has established Lacquer Ware Craft Complex in Channapatna, that is spread over in 6.37 acres of land with about 954 registered artisans.

  • SEZ in advanced R&D and Textiles sector with an investment of US$ 559 million (INR 2,683 crores) and US$ 25 million (INR 120 crores) are being developed in the city that will make the district an emerging garment hub.9 Karnataka State Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited (KSHDCL) has established Lacquer Ware Craft Complex in Channapatna that is spread over in 6.37 acres of land with about 954 registered artisans.


More Definitions of Lacquer

Lacquer means a thermoplastic film-forming material dissolved in organic solvent, which dries primarily by solvent evaporation, and is resoluble in its original solvent.
Lacquer means a clear or opaque wood coating, including clear lacquer sanding sealers, formulated with cellulosic or synthetic resins to:
Lacquer means, for products manufactured before March 1, 2017, a clear or opaque wood coating, including clear lacquer sanding sealers, formulated with cellulosic or synthetic resins to dry by solvent evaporation without chemical reaction and to provide a solid, protective film. For products manufactured on or after March 1, 2017, the lacquer category is eliminated and coatings meeting this definition are subject to the VOC content limit of the applicable coating category in Table 1-1 of this regulation.
Lacquer means a type of surface coating in which drying occurs by
Lacquer means a clear or pigmented coating formulated with nitrocellulose or synthetic resin to dry by evaporation without a chemical reaction and to provide a quick-drying, solid protective film.
Lacquer means for purposes of Subparts B and C of this Part, a clear or opaque wood coating, including clear lacquer sanding sealers, formulated with cellulosic or synthetic resins to dry by evaporation without chemical reaction and to provide a solid, protective film. For purposes of Subpart D of this Part, “Lacquer” means a thermoplastic film- forming material dissolved in organic solvent, which dries primarily by solvent evaporation, and is resoluble in its original solvent.
Lacquer means a clear or pigmented coating formulated with