A steady or firm attachment.
A phenomenon observed during spray application characterized by the formation of web-like threads along with the usual droplets leaving the spray gun nozzle.
Capable of burning
The property of a body that causes it to tend to return to its original shape after deformation (as stretching, compression or torsion).
Subject to easy ignition and rapid flaming combustion.
The shine, sheen or luster of a dried film.
Attracting, absorbing and retaining atmospheric moisture.
Formed from or composed of a single material; seamless.
The increase in the dimension or volume of a body due to temperature variations.
The property of a material that enables it to stiffen in a relatively short time on standing, but upon agitation or manipulation to change to a very soft consistency or to a fluid of high viscosity, the process being completely reversible.
In waterproofing, a membrane formulated to withstand a predetermined amount of pedestrian or vehicular traffic with separate protection and a wear course.
The pressure exerted by a vapor of a solid or liquid when in equilibrium with the liquid or solid.
The resistance of a material to flow under stress. For bitumen, measured in centipoise.
Resistant to flow under stress.
A relative term expressing the tendency to form vapor.