A floor polish which has a 20% or higher non-volatile content. Unlike concentrates high solids products are generally used without dilution.
Paints are described as having high solids when they contain more than 50-60% solids (by weight). High solids paints have lower VOCs.
A general term used to denote the presence of a higher than average percentage of solid ingredients and thus a lower percentage of solvents.
Pigment and binder are the main solids in paints and as a general rule, paint quality is directly related to solid content. The use of high quality and a high quantity of solids translates to high quality paint.
Coatings in which the solid or potentially solid parts (mainly resins and pigments) from a large part (usually over 75%) of the coating's volume.
A term applied to coating materials in which, by the choice of suitable ingredients, the content of volatiles (solvents) present is kept to a minimum, consistent with the maintenance of satisfactory application properties.