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Synonyms for sealer

a kind of sealing material that is used to form a hard coating on a porous surface (as a coat of paint or varnish used to size a surface)

an official who affixes a seal to a document

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The surfaces of most ceramic and porcelain tiles do not need to be applied with sealers but needs a neutral based cleaner or detergent.
In a study about the dissolving efficacy of organic solvents on different root canal sealers by Martos et al.
Different endodontic sealers like ethoxy benzoic acid (EBA), glass ionomer cement (GIC), AH 26 root canal sealer and zinc phosphate cement were used to determine their shear strength.
Mold sealers and release agents from Henkel are used around the world for numerous applications.
This TTS500 sealer is used to close open mouth bags in polypropylene and polyethylene.
The choices of topical sealers are acrylic, acrylic/epoxy hybrid and epoxy.
Audion Magneta impulse bag sealers now carry a warranty of three years; similar sealers from other manufacturers generally offer a 1-year warranty.
When the time came to invest in new packaging machinery, it was only natural that environmental issues were high on the agenda and as a result, APS Salads chose to install Packaging Automation's fully electric eclipse tray sealers.
Hemp Shield, an Oregon-based manufacturer of wood stain and sealers has announced the appointment of Kendall Marketing Services for the product's national marketing rollout of a "new generation" of stains and sealers.
2008], and considered as a gold standard against which all new sealers must be compared [Brackett et al.
Unlike larger and more expensive automated sealers, the unit does not require a compressed air supply to operate.
1), (2), (3), (4) The findings build on previous research on coal tar-based sealers (mostly on environmental impacts via runoff and other pathways) and provide novel insights on pathways of human exposure and the magnitude and duration of the emissions.
The solvent-based acrylic sealers in both these photos failed due to over application.