Daily Quiz (35)


True or false: SSPC-SP 11, which requires a one-mil profile, is titled “Commercial Grade Power Tool Cleaning.”


True or false: 3–6 mils is the typical range for the peak-to-valley height of surface profile created on steel by power-tool cleaning to bare metal and abrasive-blast cleaning.


True or false: SSPC and NACE issue joint standards on abrasive blast cleaning, water and wet blast cleaning, cleaning of concrete and power tool cleaning.


True or false: In North America, there are three hand- and power-tool cleaning standards.


True or false: SSPC power tool cleaning standards are issued jointly with NACE International.


True or false: The minimum surface profile required to meet SSPC’s specification, "Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal," is 1.5 mils.


True or false: Visual standard photos are an integral part of ISO hand- and power-tool cleaning standards, and the written standards recommend that use of the visual standards be made mandatory in the project specification.


True or false: SSPC does not have a standard for hand-tool cleaning of steel that requires a surface profile.


True or false: SSPC-SP 11, Bare Metal Power Tool Cleaning, requires Method C, replica tape, of ASTM D4417 to be used to measure the surface profile after cleaning.


True or false: Among SSPC power tool cleaning standards, only SSPC-SP 11, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal, requires a surface profile.


How many of SSPC's surface preparation standards describe the results of power tool cleaning of steel?


True or false: SSPC-SP 13 describes the commercial power tool cleaning of steel.


SSPC publishes visual standards for what cleaning method?


What is the order of SSPC power-tool cleaning standards, from most to least rigorous?


In general, when is it better to use impact power tools rather than rotary power tools?


What is the minimum surface profile required to meet SSPC’s specification, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal?


True or false: SSPC’s power-tool surface preparation standards are issued jointly with NACE International.


SP 3 is a shorthand version of SSPC-SP 3, Power Tool Cleaning, but it can also refer to what research program important to the coatings industry?


What is a main difference between SSPC’s Commercial Grade Power Tool Cleaning and Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal?


Which of the following statements about SSPC-SP 11, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal, is correct?


True or false: SSPC publishes a surface preparation standard for power tool cleaning that requires establishment of a profile on steel.


Which of the following statements about SSPC-SP 11, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal, is true?


True or False: SSPC-SP 11, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal, has no requirement for surface profile.


In general, when is it better to use impact power tools (needle gun, roto peen) rather than rotary tools (wire brush, etc.)?


True or False: Wire bristle tools were recently classified as impact power tools in SSPC power tool cleaning standards.


Rotating flaps with hard metallic tips are components of what piece of surface preparation equipment?


What is the typical range for the peak-to-valley height of surface profile created on steel by power-tool cleaning to bare metal or abrasive-blast cleaning?


Which of the following statements about SSPC-SP 11, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal, is correct?


True or false: There is an SSPC power tool cleaning surface preparation standard describing a degree of cleanliness that falls between Power Tool Cleaning, SSPC-SP 3, and Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal, SSPC-SP 11.


What is the minimum surface profile required to meet SSPC’s specification, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal?


Which of the following statements about SSPC-SP 11, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal, is true?


True or false: SSPC has 3 different standards describing the end condition of steel after power tool cleaning.


Which of the following statements about SSPC-SP 11, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal, is correct?


SSPC has how many surface preparation standards for various degrees of power tool cleaning?


How many of SSPC's surface preparation standards describe the results of power tool cleaning of steel?


 
 
   

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