D968 Standard Test Methods for Abrasion Resistance of Organic Coatings by Falling Abrasive

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Revision Date: December 23, 2010
Updated On: February 02, 2011
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Silica sand produces a slower rate of abrasion for organic coatings than that provided by silicon carbide. For some types of coatings, it also provides greater differentiation.

The abrasion resistance scales produced by the two methods differ, but the methods provide approximately the same rankings of coatings for abrasion resistance.

Each of the methods has been found useful for rating the abrasion resistance of specific types of coatings. For example Method A (falling sand) has been used for rating floor coatings while Method B (falling silicon carbide) has been used for rating coatings for ship decks.

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