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Friday, January 6, 2012

A hard, continuous wind of 15 mph and up can have what effect on spray painting of solvent-borne coatings?

lowers transfer efficiency
creates dry spray at the edge of the spray pattern by rapid evaporation of solvent
can create overspray on cars and other objects
all of these

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In dealing with coating thickness requirements, 25 microns equals approximately how many mils?

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Banana oil and irritant smoke are used for what type of testing in the protective coatings industry?

Tuesday, January 3, 2012
What are abrasive fines?

Thursday, December 22, 2011
SSPC’s Charles G. Munger Award is given for what achievement?

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Which of the following elements of design of steel structures is most likely to promote corrosion?


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