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Thursday, October 21, 2010

How is a sieve analysis used in protective coating work?

To measure coating viscosity
To determine the size distribution of blasting abrasive
To determine effectiveness of particulate containment in blast cleaning operations
To measure size distribution of aggregates used in slip-resistant coatings

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