The weight of a coating per unit area, such as lb/1,000 square feet, lb/ream or grams/sq meter.

The amount of weight of coating per unit area. This is expressed in various units including grams per square meter or pounds per ream.

The weight of a coating per unit area of the substrate. This is preferably expressed as grams per square meter.

The weight of a residual film remaining on a part after coating and drying. Calculated by weighing and measuring the parts, coating, drying and re-weighing. weight of part after - weight of part before / surface area of part

The weight of coating per specified area. Does not include the substrate.

The amount or weight of coating (normally adhesive) per unit area. This can be expressed as grams per square meter or pounds per ream.

The weight of coating per unit area. In the United States usually per ream eg 500 sheets 24 x 36 (3000 sq.ft.) but sometimes 1000 sq.ft.

A term referring to the desired amount of pounds of tin per base box of plate or grams of tin per square metre of plate.

The weight of the adhesive on the tape measured in grains per 24 square inches.

The weight of coating per unit area. In the United States usually "per ream," I.e., 500 sheets 24x36 in. (3000 sq. ft.), but sometimes 1000 sq. feet.

In the Sheet Mill, the amount of zinc on a galvanized sheet measured in ounces per square foot.