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February 9 - February 13, 2015

How should a conflict between requirements, such as film thickness, on a product data sheet and the specification be resolved?

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From William Gusnard of Southern Company Services on February 23, 2015:
I am a specifier of coating products. I use table more

From travis gold of Mid Atlantic Coatings on February 20, 2015:
The spec is law. Request an RFI for clarification, more

From Jaime Molina of Primary Materials Inc. on February 18, 2015:
Applying a thicker coat than what the manufacturer more

From Warren Brand of Chicago Corrosion Group on February 16, 2015:
The short answer is to get the coating manufacture more

From mauricio gomez of Jifco inc on February 12, 2015:
I think the owner and the paint rep have to get an more

From Tom Schwerdt of Active Transportation Advocates on February 11, 2015:
Frequently, these “conflicts” aren't actually conf more

From Rodney White of Independent Consultant on February 10, 2015:
Provided that the specifier has directed the use o more

From George Deal of Eco-corflex on February 10, 2015:
The conflict should be resolved through a job subm more

From Tim P. Simpson of Simpson & Associates SDVOSB LLC on February 9, 2015:
I am first assuming that the product data sheet is more

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