Abbreviations you should know when working with paints: UHS, HS and MS

The abbreviations UHS, HS and MS to indicate the solids content of the paint, but what does this concept mean and why should you be familiar with it?

Some paint materials are defined by different specifications that refer to a series of specific characteristics that provide very important information regarding significant aspects, such as the way they are applied or their polluting effect. One of them is the reference made by the manufacturer through the abbreviations UHS, HS and MS to indicate the solids content of the paint, but what does this concept mean and why should you be familiar with it? Below, we will explain its meaning and some additional information that will be of interest to you.

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