ICA serves wooden chair manufacturers.
ICA Ica (ē`kä), city (1993 pop. 108,724), capital of Ica dept., SW Peru, on the Pan-American Highway. It is a commercial center for the cotton, wool, and wine produced in the region. There are several summer resorts nearby. Group, based in the city of Civitanova Marche, in the central Italian Italiano centrale is a group of western Romance dialects spoken in Lazio, Umbria, central Marche, extreme southern Tuscany and a little part of Abruzzo in central Italy. These dialects have slight differences among them, they are closly related to Tuscan and all are mutually province of Macerata, has created a range of water-based products targeted specifically at meeting the needs of wooden chair manufacturers. Due to their versatility, these coatings can be used within mixed cycles (i.e. in combination with solvent-based products), thus allowing users to replace solvent-based coatings gradually. The company has developed three water-based coating cycles. One is transparent and two are lacquered lac·quer
1. Any of various clear or colored synthetic coatings made by dissolving nitrocellulose or other cellulose derivatives together with plasticizers and pigments in a mixture of volatile solvents and used to impart a high gloss to cycles, which differ in terms of the type of base coat used--white or transparent.
The transparent cycle starts with water-based immersion base coat TAPU. which is followed by a coat of transparent monocomponent water-based base coat FA543, sprayed electrostatically e·lec·tro·stat·ic
a. Of or relating to electric charges at rest.
b. Produced or caused by such charges.
2. Of or relating to electrostatics. (100-120 g/m2). This transparent solution delivers advantages such as high wettability of the wood fiber, and it is also easy to sand. Once dry, a coat of transparent monocomponent water-based topcoat AO558G25 is applied electrostatically (80-100 g/[m.sup.2]), producing a final result that is soft to the touch.
The two lacquered cycles are similar though not identical. The first starts with two coats of white water-based base coat FA47BEC, applied electrostatically (100-130 g/m2), which provides good coverage and reduces removal of the wood fiber. After drying, pigmented pigmented /pig·ment·ed/ (pig-ment´id) colored by deposit of pigment.
Colored as the result of a deposit of pigment. water-based matt topcoat AOB AOB (on the agenda for a meeting) any other business 510G25/N is applied electrostatically (100-120 g/[m.sup.2]). This topcoat is also used in the second lacquered cycle, which differs only in that it is based on two coats of transparent water-based base coat FA543 (the same base coat used for the transparent cycle).