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Thursday, August 18, 2011

Why should the surface temperature of steel be at least 5 degrees higher than the dew point temperature before you blast-clean or paint?

so you can be sure the steel won't flash rust
so you can be sure condensation will not form on the steel
so you can be sure the steel is warm enough for paint to dry
so you can be sure humidity won't interfere with the curing of the paint

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The epoxy curing agent phenalkamine is derived from what source?

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What US organization produces concrete surface profile chips to assess the level of profile achieved by surface preparation of concrete?

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In the protective coatings industry, the phrase “Swedish Standards” most often refers to what?

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