A bonding resin used to hold strands together in a mat or preform during manufacture of a molded object.
The portion of a tobacco leaf used to hold together the blend of tobacco leaves used as the filler.
That which holds the paint together, such as linseed oil for oil painting, polymers for acrylics, gum arabic for watercolors and gouache.
A viscous, pliant material that holds pigments in suspension and makes them adhere to surfaces; the bulk of what makes up paint.
A material, other than water, added to sand to bind particles together, sometimes with the aid of heat.
The components in an ink film which hold the pigment to the printed surface.
The part of the vehicle which does not evaporate. It binds the pigment particles together, stays on the surface, and forms the film of the finish.
A resin soluble adhesive that secures the random fibers in chopped strand mat or continuous strand roving.
A spiral wrapping of a thread to hold together the members of a cable.
A substance that binds two other substances together. For instance,lacquer is used as a binder when painting with some metallic dusts. Many paints require binders.
Non-volatile portion of the vehicle of a coating which holds together the pigment particles.
Leaf which is rolled around the filler, under the wrapper.
The tobacco leaf that holds the filler together in a cigar and gives the cigar its shape. In some cases, the binder may be covered by another tobacco leaf called a top binder. The binder or top binder is then covered by the wrapper, resulting in a finished cigar.
The cigar leaf that holds the cigar filler and wrapper together.
Component that forms the basic part of the adhesive in multi-component reaction adhesives. Responsible for adhesive properties.
One of the three main components in a cigar. The binder is a tobacco leaf underneath the wrapper that secures the filler. On a quality cigar, it is usually one piece of tobacco, but it could sometimes be a half-leaf of tobacco or pieces of chopped tobacco processed into sheet form.
A resin or other material used to hold particles together. The binder is the continuous phase in a reinforced plastic which provides mechanical strength or ensures uniform consistency, solidification, or adhesion to a surface coating. Typical binder materials include resin, glue, gum, and casein.
Any medium which, when added to a pigment, forms what is commonly refereed to as "paint". The type of binder will determine the type of paint, for example, oil binders create oil paint, etc.
The tobacco leaf which holds the filler leaves together.
A substance used in pharmacy to hold together the ingredients of a compressed tablet.
A component of an adhesive or sealant composition which is primarily responsible for the adhesive and cohesive forces that cause the adhesive/sealant to perform its function. Generally, the higher the binder level in a formulation the better the quality. Oils and latex emissions are examples. (See " Filler")
The resin of a paint or coating. It is that which does not evaporate, but rather dries to a film. It is transparent, and in a varnish, remains so. In paint the binder supports the pigment, which causes it to be opaque.
A bonding agent used to adhere the various fibers together in the manufacturing of fiberglass materials, especially mats.
The material used to paint that causes pigment particles to adhere to one another and to the support.
The "glue" that holds a pavement together. In asphalt pavements, it is asphalt cement. It may be modified with polymers to improve its properties.
A hinged lever assembly for connecting the ends of a wrapper to tighten the wrapper around the load of logs or materials.
That part of an ink vehicle that binds the pigment to the paper, usually a heavy bodied drying oil or resin.
The liquid medium that is mixed with pigment to form paint, or pastel sticks. The binder used for water-colour is gum arabic; oil paints are bound with oil, acrylics with a synthetic resin, and pastels with gum tragacanth.
a liquid or semi-liquid substance, such as egg white or oil, that can be mixed with a pigment to create paint.
An ingredient or appareil used to thicken a sauce or hold together another mixture of ingredients.
The adhesive components of an ink, normally supplied by the resin formulation; the ink vehicle. In paper, an adhesive component used to cement inert filler, such as clay, to the sheet or to affix short fibres firmly (securely) to paper or board stock.
The liquid mixed with pigment to form paint. In many cases linseed oil is used as a binder for oil paints.
An agent that helps keep pigment suspended in solution.
The non-volatile part of a finish that forms the film and binds the pigmented particles together after the film is dry.
A binder acts to hold the constituents together in a formulation. Alternatively, it is a substance that holds water to the skin.
1] An addition to a ceramic coating which, after drying, will provide suficient film hardness to permit handling and will burn away during firing. A major component in an organic system which, with or without pigments, forms the final film.
A liquid that hold together the grains of pigment.
The substance (generally resin) that bonds the fiber together in composite panels.
The adhesive used to stick the layers of coating together and to the paper or board surface.
The paint material that forms the film. So-called because it binds the pigment and any additives present into a solid durable film.
A substance, such as a resin, that binds materials together. Binders provide mechanical strength solidification and adhesion to surface coatings or guarantee consistency.
One of the three main components in a cigar. The binder is the portion of leaf used to hold the blend of filler leaves together.
A cementing medium; either a material added to the powder to increase the green strength of the compact, and which is expelled during sintering; or a material (usually of relatively lower melting point) added to a powder mixture for the specific purpose of cementing together powder particles that alone would not sinter into a strong body.
The nonvolatile portion of a coating vehicle which is the film-forming ingredient used to bind the pigment particles together.
A substance in paints that causes particles of pigment to adhere to one another and to a support such as oil or acrylic.
a substance used to bind particles together, ensuring consistency and solidification to the final product. The process of setting can be through the loss or absorbtion of moisture or by a chemical reaction. Binders most often used in mosaic are limes, cements, natural & synthetic resins.
Solid ingredients in a coating that hold the pigment particles in suspension and attach them to the substrate. Consists of resins (e.g., oils, alkyd, latex). The nature and amount of binder determine many of the paint's performance properties--washability, toughness, adhesion, color retention, etc.
A thread or tape used for holding wire groups together within a larger cable. The usual binder group for twisted pair is 25.
An adhesive substance, usually of liquid or molten form, used to create adhesion between aggregates, globules, etc. Distinguished from an adhesive in that it performs an internal adhesive function rather than a surface adhesive function.
Resin, holds or binds pigment.
A single leaf of tobacco wrapped around the filler to hold it together.
1. A component of paint that "binds" the pigment particles into a uniform, continuous paint film, and makes the paint adhere to the surface. The nature and amount of binder helps determine most of the paint's performance properties - washability, toughness, adhesion, colour retention, and durability. 2. In sealant, a component that "binds" the pigment particles into a homogeneous compound and makes the sealant adhere to the surface. The main performance properties of sealant - durability, adhesion, and flexibility at low temperatures - are determined by the binder.
The tobacco leaf wrapped around the filler, holding the core of the cigar together. The outer, or wrapper leaf covers the binder.
The polymer used to bind magnetic particles together and adhere them to the tape substrate. Generally, a polyester or polyether polyurethane based system. See polymer.
A cementing medium that is added to the powder to increase the green strength of the compact and expelled during the sintering process. The term binder can also refer to a material, typically having a lower melting point, that is added to a powder mixture in order to bind powder particles together, which would not have normally sintered into a strong body.
Fines which fill voids or hold gravel together when dry.
The adhesive component of paints or pastels that binds the particles of pigment together and to the ground when applied. In watercolors and pastels this is usually gum Arabic, in tempera egg yolk, in oil paint, a drying oil and in acrylics, acrylic polymer emulsion. See also vehicle.
The binder cements the pigment particles into a uniform paint film and also makes the paint adhere to the surface. The nature and amount of binder determine most of the paint's performance properties -- washability, toughness, adhesion, and color retention. Acrylic polymers are the binder of choice in producing quality high-performance latex paints.
Binder leaves are the intermediate leaf used to hold the bunch of filler tobacco together
material found in coating or inks that holds the materials together or holds it to the paper surface.
Farm implement used to cut stalks of ripened grain then tie the bundle of stalks together with binder twine.
A substance used to adhere pigment particles to each other in paints.
A solid component of paint which acts to bind or cement the pigment particles together forming a decorative and protective paint film that adheres strongly to the surface on which it is applied. American Tradition Ultra Enamel is formulated with the best 100% acrylic binders available to the paint industry.
a resinous adhesive which secures random fibres in chopped strand mat or continuous strand roving.
The resinous material which attaches particles in a liquid or semi-liquid compound. Usually refers to material which binds pigment particles in paint.
The element in paint that joins all the other paint components together and adheres them to the surface being painted.
A cementing medium used in producing composite or agglomerate powders.
A coating applied to the surface of a chopped glass mat or preform which is then cured. The binder holds the previously sized glass bundles or ends together in the roving operation into a stable shape or form.
Finish or resin added to the stain, used to lock the pigment and dyes into the wood.
The "glue" the holds pigment together and makes it stick to a surface. Examples of binders include hide and fish glue, glair, egg yolk, oil, gums arabic and ammoniac, etc.
A component of an adhesive composition which is primarily responsible for the adhesive forces that holds two bodies together.
The nonvolatile portion of the vehicle of a coating which holds together the pigment particles.
In a reinforced plastic, the continuous phase which holds together the reinforcement.
The portion of a tobacco leaf used to hold together the blend of filler leaves called the bunch; with the wrapper and filler, it is one of three main components in a cigar.
The polymer that contains recording or imaging particles. For example, gelatin is the binder for silver image particles in photographic media.
the organic or inorganic material which encapsulates and holds together the base in reinforced or otherwise heterogeneous composites.
(Vehicle) Non-Volatile portion of a paint or enamel which binds or cements the pigments together. Emulsions are examples of the most commonly used binders.
The polymer mixture that provides lubrication to the powders. It is critical to the fluidity during molding and to green strength of the compact (which is expelled during sintering). Binder formulation is the major proprietary secret in the field and binder formulation goes hand in hand with debinding process selection.
A binder is generally a "resin", a high molecular weight hydrocarbon which forms the integral film of a coating by curing. Resins may be thermoplastic (PVC), which means that they can be cycled through solidifying/softening without significant chemical change; or they may be thermosetting (e.g. epoxy) resins which change their chemical structure on curing to a solid film which cannot be re-melted. A few binders are wholly or partly inorganic, such as cement or ethyl zinc silicate.
Hardened cement paste.
Film-forming ingredient that binds the particles together in a paint.
is material, such as gum arabic, added to hold ceramic ingredients together.
The part of a paint that h olds the pigment particles together, forms a film, and imparts certain properties to the paint. It is part of the solids and is also known as vehicle solids.
An adhesive material used to hold together fillers such as sand, aggregate and other ingredients.
The solid (non-volatile) material in a coating that binds the pigment and additive particles together to form a film. In general, binders are resins.
An adhesive material used to hold fibres together in a nonwoven structure.
A substance which disperses into the water phase of a product, causing the product to increase in consistency, thereby helping to hold other ingredients together.
The bonding agent is a material used as an additive to mold or core sand to impart strength or plasticity in a "green" or dry state. May be cereal, oil, clay, resin, pitch, etc. See Green Sand.
An adhesive component of paper designed to hold the paper together
Film-forming ingredient in paint that binds the pigment particles together.
A substance which when mixed with pigment makes paint adhere to a surface: Oil is the binder for oil paints, gum Arabic for watercolours. (2)
A substance that provides cohesion for loose particles.
The portion of a tobacco leaf that is rolled around the filler to hold it together.
An inactive ingredient (one that has no medicinal effect on the body, such as starch, salt, or sugar) used to hold together the contents of a pill or tablet.
The non-volatile portion of the vehicle of an ink; it binds the pigment particles together to form the ink film and binds that film to the material to which it is applied.
Almost any cementing material, either hydrated cement or a product of cement or lime and reactive siliceous materials. The kinds of cement and the curing conditions determine the general type of binder formed. Any material, such as asphalt or resin, that forms the matrix of concretes, mortars, and sanded grouts.
A strip of cardboard, thin wood, burlap, or similar material placed between layers of containers to hold a stack together.
the substance or substances with which pigment is mixed in order to apply it and have it adhere to a surface
The resin or cementing constituent (of a plastic compound) that holds the other components together. The agent applied to fiber mat or preforms to bond the fibers before laminating or molding.
A binder is a material used to bind together two or more other materials in mixtures. Its two principal properties are adhesion and cohesion.