Temperature and Humidity Monitoring for Industrial Coating Application

From JPCL, November 2012

by Don Schnell, DRYCO

A quality coatings application can occur only when optimum environmental conditions are within the tolerance of the product being applied. This article reviews good practices for measuring, monitoring, and recording ambient conditions during coating operations....
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Tagged categories: Dehumidification; Humidity and moisture; Quality Control; Temperature; Ventilation

Comment from Billy Russell, (12/27/2012, 4:45 AM)

Great article, I would like to see Data loggers specified more often, lets move away from the "pencil Whipping" reports.


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