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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

How does a dry film thickness measurement of a coating on steel take into account the blast profile on the steel?

The gage reading represents the thickness of the coating from the peak of the profile to the depth of the profile.
The gage reading represents the thickness of the coating plus the depth of the profile.
The gage reading represents the thickness of the coating above the profile.
The profile is not taken into account in the reading.

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