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March 10 - March 14, 2014

What do you do when the surface profile is higher than the dry film thickness of the specified primer?

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From Christian Favennec of Naval Group on April 22, 2014:
The nominal surface profile to achieve before appl more

From juan hurtado of International Paint on March 20, 2014:
Of all this jibber-jabber I just read on what step more

From Aldrin Cordovez of Kuwait Oil Company on March 18, 2014:
I consider this scenario from a coating inspector’ more

From William Slama of International Paint/Ceilcote Products on March 13, 2014:
I don’t see that as a problem as long as the prime more

From Bryan Zofkie of Aerco Sandblasting Co. on March 12, 2014:
Sometimes, this issue can be a little more complex more

From wan mohamad nor wan rahmanVV of ANTAP SEMENANJUNG SDN. BHD. on March 12, 2014:
Contact the paint representative and seek directio more

From Steve Brunner of Indepenent on March 11, 2014:
There are two issues here: the first is that proje more

From Cristiano Godoy of KCC Safety on March 11, 2014:
First of all, I would contact the paint manufactur more

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Tagged categories: Dry Film Thickness (DFT); Primers; Quality Control; Specifiers; Surface profile