epoxy

[ UK /ɪpˈɒksi/ ]
[ US /ɪˈpɑksi/ ]
VERB
  1. glue with epoxy
    epoxy the shards
NOUN
  1. a thermosetting resin; used chiefly in strong adhesives and coatings and laminates
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use epoxy In A Sentence

  • The antlers are placed together, held by sandbags and glued with epoxy.
  • Drill the single aggregate particle out of the concrete using a masonry bit and then epoxy or cement a new aggregate particle into place.
  • Eliminates drips, mess, and pot-life problems of liquid epoxy.
  • Here's another kind of prefiguring of epoxy because we've got glutenin and gliadin, neither of which are strong enough to make a good bread. Peter Reinhart on bread
  • Materials and finishes - epoxy resin floors, simple plastered walls, steel, precast concrete and waxed oak - are austere, and colours muted: gun-metal grey and white counterpoised to the warmth of wood.
  • When patching, use a high-strength non-shrink concrete grout mix with an epoxy binder.
  • To be sure, it would be best to find out what epoxy is being used for that component and check with the epoxy supplier. Technical Q&A with Lennard Zinn: Safe crank removal?
  • Varnishes may be based on phenolic, alkyd, epoxy or polyurethane resins.
  • This is a wheat bread, a whole-wheat bread, and it's made with a new technique that I've been playing around with, and developing and writing about which, for lack of a better name, we call the epoxy method. Peter Reinhart on bread
  • The waterborne epoxy coatings for inner cabin are formulated.
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy