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Which of the following is a possible cause for delamination of a coating?

Dirt contamination
Grease contamination
Exceeding the recoat window of the primer
All of these

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Previous Quizzes from the Past Week

Tuesday, October 11, 2011
What are the most commonly used thermal spraying materials for corrosion protection of steel?

Monday, October 10, 2011
What country, in addition to the United States, has a Painting Contractor Certification Program (PCCP) for protective and marine coating contractors?

Friday, October 7, 2011
If you need to answer a question about the surface profile requirements for blasted surfaces on a job, what document would you consult?

Thursday, October 6, 2011
A stationary centrifugal wheel blast machine typically uses what type of abrasive?

Wednesday, October 5, 2011
What standard classifies the durability of anti-corrosion paint systems as low, medium, and high?


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Transfer customized inspection plans from PC to FMP100 using step-by-step guidance with prompts and pictures throughout the measurement procedure


KTA-Tator, Inc. - Corporate Office
KTA-TATOR LABORATORY SERVICES

• Coating failure analysis
• Independent
  comparative testing
• Accelerated
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• Toxic metals testing
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Contact: Cindy O'Malley,
at 412-788-1300 x180


DeFelsko Corporation
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Measures the concentration of soluble salts on metal surfaces. Use with all Bresle patch types including the reusable, adhesive-free PosiPatch.


HoldTight Solutions Inc.
NO FLASH RUST - NO CONTAMINANTS

Our HoldTight®102 salt remover & flash rust
preventer prevents flash
rust by removing surface contaminants. Contact us
for your nearest distributor.
(800) 319.8802 sales@holdtight.com


Clemco Industries Corp.
Maximum Dust Suppression Systems Start at $14,950

The system comprises proven technology and equipment with user-friendly flexibility in mind. See it in action.


Axxiom Manufacturing
The Undisputed
Industry Leader.

Proven Innovation. Job Performance. Industry Training. Workplace Safety. Only Schmidt® abrasive blast equipment by Axxiom Manufacturing delivers it all!


CHLOR*RID International Inc.
HOLD*BLAST: Buy time for pennies per sq ft.

* Stop flash rust
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* Wet blasting
* UHP water jetting
* No residue


Advanced Recycling Systems
ADVANCED RECYCLING SYSTEMS (ARS)

Recycling Machines, Dust Collectors, Rapid Deployment units are time-tested and approved for the rugged industrial environment. Contact ARS today!
(330)536-8210


SAFE Systems, Inc.
Portable Dust Collectors for Tough Environments

Trailer and skid-mounted models in numerous sizes, powered by electric and/or diesel. Sloped roofs, multiple dust inlets, high static, dampered fans. Lockable power & drive compartments.

 
 
 

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