Solvent Release

Definition - What does Solvent Release mean?

Solvent release is the chemical property of a coating that reflects its likelihood to allow the evaporation of liquid solvents during the curing process.

Corrosionpedia explains Solvent Release

Solvent release is best observed during chemical or physical reactions and result in more stable substances or bonds such as during the curing of concrete or adhesives. During these curing reactions it is vital to regulate external factors such as temperature, pressure and the moisture content to ensure adequate solvent release rates.

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