GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Introduction. Defect terms are arranged alphabetically. Synonymous and similar terms are cross referenced, "See...".
An area of cloth worn away by rubbing or scraping.
Coating friction worn, reduced in gauge, frequently surface roughed.
Coating worn through to base cloth.
An abraded spot.
Raised bubble or peak out of surface coat; raised spot or void.
Tacky, ability to adhere to self; adhesion between touching layers of
material. Cloth does not unroll readily.
Cracks when flexed.
Break in coating, usually resulting from a crease.
Fissured surface condition.
A depression in the coating giving the opposite appearance of a blister.
Minute (small) cracks.
Fold; pleat; doubling of surfaces that do not adhere to one another and that
cannot be corrected by manual pressure.
An opening made with a sharp edged object.
Surface coat removed, scraped, peeled or otherwise taken away from the
cloth; separation of coating from base cloth; separation of one cloth;
separation of one cloth from another in a piled material.
Hollow in a surface. See "Crater."
A narrow crack.
An opening of undetermined cause. Area not covered by base cloth and
A mass of coating compound; undiluted coating stock; Imbedded foreign
material; Surface protrusion usually of the base coating material as
distinguished from imbedded foreign material.
An area where coating is delaminated from its base and either torn off
completely or remains attached as loose flap.
A spherical depression, usually small.
Cut or torn apart roughly.
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