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Previous Quizzes from the Past Week

Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Which of the following cleaning techniques is most likely to remove soluble salts from a heavily pitted steel surface?

Monday, December 24, 2012
True or false: There is an SSPC power tool cleaning surface preparation standard describing a degree of cleanliness that falls between Power Tool Cleaning, SSPC-SP 3, and Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal, SSPC-SP 11.

Friday, December 21, 2012
How can a hygro-thermometer be useful in coating work?

Thursday, December 20, 2012
True or false: A research study by Roper, Weaver, and Brandon indicated that the number of peaks in a steel surface profile created by abrasive blasting has no effect on performance of coatings applied to the steel.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012
Which of the following coating companies was not acquired by PPG in the last several years?


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  • Remove corrosion, mill scale and coatings
  • Cleans & roughens
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    Stand alone or combine with ARS recyclers for longer vacuum retrievals!
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    Montipower, Inc.
     
    The MBX Bristle Blaster
     
    Get a 2.7 to 3.3 mil profile and a Near White Metal Clean. For info visit www.mbxit.com or call 877 629-8777
     

     
    Axxiom Manufacturing
     
    Schmidt Improves Conversion Kits
     
    Schmidt's conversion kits turn out-of-date blast pots into high quality, efficient blasters. Quick, easy to install with step by step instructions.
    Call 1-800-231-2085
     

     
    NLB Corporation
     
    NLB Sure Shroud: Greater Protection and Flexibility
     
    NLB’s Sure Shroud’s lighter weight and flexibility reduces operator fatigue and offers unmatched protection against high pressure hose ruptures. 10k to 40k psi rated.
     

     
    Harsco
     
    BLACK BEAUTY® App
     
    Download the free app for BLACK BEAUTY® Abrasives. Explore all the features from the palm of your hand.
    Toll Free: 1-888-733-3646
     

     
    BASF
     
    New resins from BASF will have metals loving water!
     
    Excellent corrosion resistance, low VOC, high gloss, thin films www.basf.us/industrialcoatings dpsolutions@basf.com 800-231-7868
     

     
    CHLOR*RID International Inc.
     
    SOLUTIONS THAT WORK
     
    Companies that invest in corrosion control use CHLOR RID products
    • Soluble salt removal liquid
    • Test kits to verify contamination levels
    • Surface passivation to hold the blast
    INFO@CHLOR-RID.COM 800.422.3217
     

     
    KTA-Tator, Inc. - Corporate Office
     
    KTA-Tator Training Course Opportunities
     
    • IACET Authorized Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Provider
    • Live Basic Coatings Inspection Courses
    • Customized/Private Courses
    • Online/self-paced curriculums
    Contact: Tiffany Kelly at 412-788-1300 x217
     

     
    SABRE Autonomous Solutions
     
    Safety
     
    Removing blasting operators from harmful environments is our key objective.
     

     
     
     

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