Daily Quiz (19)


True or false: Polysiloxane is a variation on polyurethane coating chemistry that allows for faster curing times and higher film builds.


True or false: In a study of shop-applied topcoats reported in JPCL, a polyaspartic coating performed best in resisting handling damage in the shortest amount of time at lower temperatures (50°F) and higher humidity (75% RH).


True or false: Polyaspartic coatings cure more slowly than polyureas.


True or false: The Naval Research Laboratory developed a single-component polyaspartic topcoat replace silicone alkyds used on ships’ topsides to achieve significant performance upgrades.


True or false: A high-solids version of a polyaspartic coating is designed for direct-to-concrete application.


True or false: A polyaspartic is an organic/inorganic hybrid coating.


What is another name for aliphatic polyurea?


True or false: Two-coat polyaspartic urethane coating systems are sometimes recommended for protection of steel bridges.


True or false: Polyaspartic coatings offer good color and gloss retention.


True or false: Polyaspartic coatings cure more quickly than polyureas.


True or false: Polyaspartic coatings are a type of polysiloxane coatings.


True or false: Two-coat systems consisting of zinc primers and finish coats based on polyaspartics or polysiloxanes have proven effective on steel bridges, according to a JPCL article on innovations in bridge coatings.


True or false: According to a recent D+D article, the hybrid polyurea coating called polyaspartic has a pot life of up to two hours.


True or false: High-performance polyurethanes, polyaspartics, polysiloxanes, and fluoropolymers are best bets to retain gloss and color for long periods in atmospheric exposure.


True or false: A polyaspartic coating is an aliphatic polyurea.


A polyaspartic coating is a version of what larger generic class?


What phrase best describes a polyaspartic coating?


True or false: A polyaspartic coating can be classified as a hybrid polyurea.


What is the best way to describe a polyaspartic coating?


 
 
   

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