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July 12 - July 18, 2015

How long can a blasted surface be left before priming under different temperatures/relative humidity environments?

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From Marco Antonio Alvarado Meneses of Sherwin Williams PerĂº on September 24, 2015:
This is an interesting question, but the answer de more

From OM PRAKASH JAT of Galadari Engineering works on August 11, 2015:
If the surface is well protected by means of a deh more

From TOLGA DIRAZ of Freelance on July 30, 2015:
You may want to look at a study from Munters which more

From Anthony Asmar of gulf silicone on July 28, 2015:
 I don't agree that blasted surfaces can with more

From Anthony Asmar of gulf silicone on July 27, 2015:
That's depend on weather condition & percentag more

From Maharajan ramakrishnan of FDHJV on July 20, 2015:
If the relative humidity is 40%, the blast can be more

From Tom Swan of M-TEST on July 16, 2015:
A clean surface (free of electrolytes) will not ru more

From alex nunez of tote on July 15, 2015:
There's no time. The answer to your  question more

From Warren Brand of Chicago Corrosion Group on July 15, 2015:
If the humidity is low enough, I believe, below 38 more

From Jim Johnson of CHLOR*RID International Inc. on July 14, 2015:
Dr Gerald Soltz conducted research  on flash more

From trevor neale of TF Warren Group on July 14, 2015:
Time is misleading. Steel must be in the condition more

From Kamalanathan Gnanasekar of Royal Enfield motors ltd on July 10, 2015:
A blasted surface can be left for 12 hours before more

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