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Too high a storage temperature reduces the shelf life of the coating.
If necessary to remove grime and oil substances, they can be wiped, steam cleaned, power washed with detergents or cleaned with solvents selected so as not to soften the? This standard s3276 subject to revision at any time by the responsible technical committee and must be reviewed every? This ensures that you are always up-to-date and saves you both time and money.
The pigment is then lifted from the bottom of the container with a clean, broad,? Edges and corners of all metal work, nut heads, bolts and nuts, and all individual members, bars, shapes, and plates should be striped by brush painting in advance of the application of coating to other parts. Magnetic thickness gage 6. Proper percent agitation Pressurized water alone will not remove mill scale efficiently, or impart an anchor pro? It is very important to record and retain test results.
Commercial Grade Power Tool Cleaning. High-pressure water blasting is asym used to remove these contaminants.
Previously painted surfaces should be similarly cleaned of all foreign matter; all deteriorated coating should be removed as well. Roller covers are available in a variety of diameters, lengths, types of fabric, wstm
On the other hand, failure may be due to improper speci? To keep the temperature down it may be desirable, where practical, to paint under cover at a shop or to protect the surface from the sun with tarpaulins, or schedule painting operations to avoid seasonal or daily high temperatures. See Guide D for establishing procedures to certify inspectors for coatings work in nuclear facilities.
Type and size abrasive 2. Surface Preparation Methods and Requirements.
Material is considered tightly adherent if it cannot be lifted with a dull putty knife. The inspector should be familiar with the different kinds of spraying, which are compressed air spray, airless spray, airassisted airless spray, electrostatic spray, and high-volume low-pressure spray. A surface that is too hot may cause the coating solvents to evaporate so fast that application is difficult, blistering takes place, or a porous? Destructive gages involves penetrating or cutting through the?
The voltage used is usually 3. Thinning with slower evaporating solvents may reduce or eliminate dry spray and produce a smooth surface. Record time application completed Some coatings are considered dry for recoating when the next coat can be applied without the development of any detrimental?
Pinhole and holiday detectors are either low voltage or high voltage. Dust removal should be considered satisfactory when the path left by a gloved hand wiped over the surface is barely discernable when viewed from a distance of 1 m 3 ft.
If a coating is stocked for a considerable length of time several monthsit is desirable to invert the containers at monthly intervals. When thinning is not permitted, the coating may be heated. This type of gage destroys the?
If you feel that your comments have not received a fair hearing you should make your views known to the ASTM Committee on Standards, at the address shown below. Each has its own safety-related hazards, and U. Equation shown in 6. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.
Protective coverings in place 5. Thickness of coating on any type of stable substrate may be determined, and individual coats may be measured separately providing they are distinguishable, for example, by color.
Grease or oil, or both 3. Time application began 6.
ASTM D – 15e1 Standard Guide for Painting Inspectors (Metal Substrates)
Referenced Documents purchase separately The documents listed below are referenced within the subject standard but are not provided as part of the standard. A request is submitted with these samples for advice on the proper thinning rate for the conditions prevailing and the consistency limits of the thinned coating.
Often it is acceptable in fabricating shops, but because of the possibility of damaging surrounding property or coating? The inspector should examine these materials and be supplied with appropriate protective equipment and devices. Any stained surface will need to be restored to its original condition without damage to that surface.
This also serves to remove abrasive from pockets and corners. He should make asym checks of wet-? This guide may be used by specification writers when selecting and establishing the inspection requirements for coating and lining specifications.
Measurements on relatively rough surfaces, such as a surface blasted to a high pro? Heavy winds result in considerable loss of coating and excessive drying of the droplets reaching the surface. Lead pigmented primers should never be used over aluminum surfaces.