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Friday, January 6, 2012

Inhibition provides what mechanism of protection by a protective coating?

Prevention of moisture and oxygen from reaching a steel surface
Consumption of the zinc pigments in a primer rather than the steel substrate
Interference with the electrochemical process of corrosion
All of these

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

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