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Bitumastic

Line breaks: Bitu|mas¦tic
Pronunciation: /ˌbɪtjʊˈmastɪk
 
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Definition of Bitumastic in English:

noun

[mass noun] ( trademark in the US)
An asphaltic composition used as a protective coating: [as modifier]: bitumastic paint
More example sentences
  • A trade name often associated with long-term protection from water penetration, Bitumastic is an economical, heavy-duty material which protects piping subjected to water immersion.
  • Let us not forget that there is another type of rubberised flexible tank liner, it is very cheap and comes in a tin Bitumastic paint.
  • We now have access to be able to supply the majority of the Bitumastic Range of Coatings, including Coloured Solution.

Origin

late 19th century: from bitumen and mastic.

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