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encapsulant

[en-kap-suh-luh nt, -syoo-] /ɛnˈkæp sə lənt, -syʊ-/
noun
1.
a material used for enclosing something in or as if in a capsule.
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  • The encapsulant's primary purpose is to bond, or laminate, the multiple layers of a module together.
  • Repaint with two coats of paint or paint encapsulant.
  • If feasible and safe, adequately wet area of shingles to be removed with amended water or encapsulant.
  • Some encapsulant manufacturers have testing their products with common fireproofing materials.
  • The enclosure shall be filled with encapsulant in order to insure maximum water tight performance.
  • Therefore, an encapsulant may behave differently when applied to different types of insulation.
  • Adequately wet flexible connector with amended water or removal encapsulant.
  • Spray scratch coat and edges of acoustical plaster with clear penetrating encapsulant.

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