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Monday, February 7, 2011

How can a hygrothermometer be useful in coating work?

It can indicate when to avoid surface preparation or coating work while condensation is occurring on a steel substrate.
It can give measurements that indicate when a substrate is too hot to paint.
It measures oxygen depletion in confined space atmospheres.
None of these

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