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Process: Wet painting

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Wet painting projects for quote

  1. Drawings count: 6

    Finishing-Wet painting

    The scientific testing centre at the University of Liverpool has undertaken a new photolysis (separation of molecules by light) project and are in need of a supplier who can assist them by applying an opaque coat to a high volume of free-issued test vials. This coating is to absorb all visible light (example photos attached) and would ideally block UV rays as well, thus protecting the contained substance from exterior light, which interferes with test results. This is a one-off requirement with an immediate order to place and therefore, interested suppliers are asked to make contact at their earliest convenience.

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