PaintSquare.com


The First Word in Protective & Marine Coatings

A Product of Technology Publishing / PaintSquare
JPCL | PaintSquare News | Durability + Design | Paint BidTracker

The PaintSquare Guide to Zinc-rich (inorganic)

| More

Daily Quiz (30)

All content matching this tag

True or false: A zinc silicate primer is classified as an organic zinc-rich primer.

Monday, August 4, 2014


True or false: SSPC has a standard for a single-coat zinc-rich painting system.

Wednesday, April 30, 2014


True or false: The porosity of inorganic zinc-rich coatings increases over time after they are applied.

Thursday, March 13, 2014


True or false: The MEK solvent rub test (ASTM D 4752) and the coin rub test are both used to provide an estimate of the cure of an inorganic zinc-rich coating.

Monday, March 10, 2014


True or false: With zinc-rich coatings on steel, the zinc becomes the anode in a galvanic cell and sacrifices itself to protect the cathode, the underlying steel.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014


True or false: Zinc-rich coatings work extremely well in protecting steel substrates in predominantly wet, highly alkaline exposure environments.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014


True or false: If a zinc-rich coating has an epoxy binder, it is classified as both an organic and an inorganic zinc-rich coating.

Thursday, February 13, 2014


What solvent is used in the solvent rub test for cure of inorganic zinc coatings?

Tuesday, January 14, 2014


What is the name of the contacting surfaces of joints in steel structures formed with the use of high-strength bolts?

Thursday, November 7, 2013


True or false? A recent JPCL article explains that waterborne zinc-rich epoxy primers must be three-component materials.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013


True or false: If a zinc-rich primer has a silicate binder, it is classified as an inorganic rather than an organic zinc-rich.

Monday, May 20, 2013


True or false: Inorganic zinc-rich coatings are appropriate for use on slip-critical surfaces of steel joints.

Thursday, December 6, 2012


True or false: In multi-coat systems, it is not always the case that the higher the zinc loading in a zinc rich primer, the better the system performance will be.

Friday, April 20, 2012


When can you safely topcoat an inorganic zinc rich coating?

Friday, November 4, 2011


True or false: Organic zinc-rich coatings are generally more tolerant of deficient surface preparation than inorganic zinc-rich coatings.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011


When spraying zinc rich coatings, why is it useful to have the spray pot or container positioned at or above the level of the work?

Tuesday, August 9, 2011


What special mixing equipment may be required for zinc-rich paints?

Monday, July 11, 2011


What special mixing equipment is required for zinc-rich paints?

Wednesday, June 8, 2011


True or false: The SSPC standards SSPC-Paint 20 and SSPC-Paint 29 contain both performance and composition requirements for zinc-rich coatings.

Thursday, May 12, 2011


True or false: Organic zinc-rich coatings resist higher temperatures than inorganic zinc-rich coatings.

Monday, March 7, 2011


True or false: If a zinc-rich coating has a silicate binder, it is classified as an organic zinc-rich.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011


Which of the following is bad advice about spraying zinc-rich coatings.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011


True or false: Inorganic zinc-rich coatings, normally used as primers in multi-coat systems, have sometimes been used as single-coat systems on bridges and other structures.

Thursday, December 9, 2010


Why will painters sometimes apply a mist coat to inorganic zinc-rich primers before applying a full topcoat?

Tuesday, November 30, 2010


In what way is a zinc-rich primer “rich?”

Wednesday, November 24, 2010


Which of these is the most common defect encountered with inorganic zinc-rich coatings?

Wednesday, November 17, 2010


True or false: Inorganic zinc-rich coatings are more surface tolerant than organic zinc-rich coatings.

Tuesday, October 12, 2010


Zinc-rich primers offer what kind of protection to steel?

Tuesday, September 28, 2010


Which of the coating types below are likely to be acceptable for use on faying surface of steel structures?

Monday, August 9, 2010


True or false: inorganic zinc-rich coatings, because of their somewhat porous nature, must be topcoated to be effective in preventing corrosion.

Monday, August 9, 2010


**Commercial white papers, product videos, and other sponsored documents posted on this site are paid content from third-party companies; inclusion and posting on this site does not imply an endorsement nor recommendation of the content by Technology Publishing/PaintSquare. By signing in and viewing or downloading this paid content, you agree to make your name and full contact information available to the sponsor of the content.

   

Polyval Coatings
Polyflex® Polyurea Linings

exhibit outstanding versatility in use; providing abrasion resistance, superior seamless waterproofing and high-chem corrosion protection. www.polyflexlinings.com


Clemco Industries Corp.
Powerful Protection in a Small Package

Mounts inside blast helmet, alerts operator to dangerous breathing-air condition by audible, visual, and vibratory alarms. Easily calibrated, battery operated.


Abrasives Inc.
One Call Orders it All!

Life is good when it’s simple. We distribute Clemco blast equipment, nozzles & parts alongside our proven blast media. Make your call: Abrasives Inc. 800-584-7524


Absolute Equipment/Grand Rental Station
Portable Power from Absolute Equipment

•Compressors
•Lighting Systems
•Generators
•Light Compaction
Sales • Rental • Service
Call 1-866-931-6655
Over a century of
providing excellence.


Wasser High-Tech Coatings Inc.
Wasser Coatings Protect

some of the most important bridges in the country; learn about our NEPCOAT-approved system and our entire range of MCU & Polyurea coatings. 1-800-627-2968 www.wassercoatings.com


Corrosion Probe, Inc.
From Detection to Correction

Corrosion Probe, Inc. has the Most Concrete Coatings Experience and Expertise. Contact us today at
860-767-4402, www.cpiengineering.com


Termarust Technologies
Termarust (HR CSA) Chemically Stops
Active Corrosion

Truss bridge treated with Termarust's (HR CSA) in 1995. This highway & rail truss bridge is still stable and there still is no active corrosion.

 
Technology Publishing

The Technology Publishing Network

The Journal of Protective Coatings & Linings (JPCL) PaintSquare
Durability + Design Paint BidTracker JPCL Europe

 
EXPLORE:      JPCL   |   PaintSquare News   |   Interact   |   Buying Guides   |   Webinars   |   Resources   |   Classifieds
REGISTER AND SUBSCRIBE:      Free PaintSquare Registration   |   Subscribe to JPCL   |   Subscribe to PaintSquare News
MORE:      About PaintSquare.com   |   Privacy policy   |   Terms & conditions   |   Site Map   |   Search   |   Contact Us
 

© Copyright 2000-2014, Technology Publishing / PaintSquare, All rights reserved
2100 Wharton Street, Suite 310, Pittsburgh PA 15203-1951; Tel 1-412-431-8300; Fax 1-412-431-5428; E-mail webmaster@paintsquare.com