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In auto sales, a slang term for false equity. For example, water occurs when a car owner claims $3,000 in equity on a vehicle when she only has $1,500 in equity.
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Global Waterborne Coating Additives Product Outlook (Volume, Kilo Tons; Revenue, USD Million, 2012 - 2022)
In addition to the recently-opened Jiading waterborne coatings facility, Axalta operates an adjacent plant in Jiading, a plant in Changchun, six powder coating operations in collaboration with its joint venture partner, four refinish training centers, and a Global Color Lab.
The influence of nanoparticles on optical properties of dried/UV-cured waterborne nanocomposite coatings was determined in terms of 60[degrees] gloss by means of a glossmeter (Micro-TRI-gloss, BYK-Gardner).
Adult male and female goldfish were used to optimize in vivo transfer methods and to determine if waterborne estrogenic chemicals activate ERE-TK-LUC injected into the adult brain.
After all, waterborne finishing was a new technology and like any innovation, we knew it would take time to make it work.
But if waterborne radon does kill nearly 200 people a year, what should be done?
Indeed, there is a flat latex wall paint that supersedes interior fiat alkyds in the areas of stain release and washability; and there are durable waterborne enamels that offer the hardness and appearance of an alkyd, but apply faster and more easily without yellowing.
At the time, many plastics finishers had switched to waterborne basecoats but were still using more durable solvent-based or high-solids topcoats.
But now water agencies and federal health officials concede the more immediate concern is waterborne bacteria, parasites and viruses - with names like cryptosporidium and giardia - some of which were largely ignored, or even unknown, until a few years ago.
Watershed protection, improved sewage disposal and the filtration and disinfection of drinking water have, since the early part of this century, reduced the frequency of infectious waterborne disease transmission (1).
HOUSTON -- The National Gas Company of Trinidad & Tobago (NGC) announced today that it will issue its first tender for the sale of LNG to international markets through Houston-based Waterborne Energy.