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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

True or false: zinc and magnesium can be used as sacrificial metals for the galvanic protection of steel.

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True or false: ASTM has a test method to determine the relative performance of repair mortars in their resistance to cracking.

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What are the South Coast Air Quality Management District's VOC limits on industrial maintenance coatings?

Friday, April 29, 2011
SSPC-VIS 1, Visual Standards for Blast Cleaned Steel, was initially the product of another standards-writing body. Which one?

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What is another name for a curing agent that aids and participates in the cure of a coating film by chemical reaction?

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Why is the Society for Protective Coatings also called “SSPC,” with 2 S’s instead of one?


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