Daily Quiz (23)


True or False: The SSPC-SP 3, Power Tool Cleaning, standard requires removal of all tightly adhering rust, mill scale and paint.


True or False: A Florida court recently ruled that the policy term “act of nature” would be extended to include controllable and preventable events, such as corrosion and rust.


If paint contains underlying rust, it will reflect what differently?


Traditionally, following cleaning efforts, what color oxide rust-inhibitor is applied to heavy steel mainframes for pre-engineered metal buildings?


True or false: According to one industry expert, flash rust occurs on wetted steel; rust back occurs on dry steel.


The term, “wet storage stain,” is used to describe a condition of what substrate?


True or false: Flash rusting and rust back are two names for the same phenomenon, according to an industry expert.


True or false: According to Lydia Frenzel, the well-known industry expert on waterjetting, there is no distinction between flash rust and rust back.


True or false: White rust develops on all non-ferrous metals.


True or false: Lydia Frenzel says that flash rust and rust back are two terms for the same phenomenon.


The failure mode called “scaling” applies to what material type?


True or false: In SSPC’s rust grade scale, a rust grade of 10 indicates that greater than 50 percent of the steel surface is rusted.


What is another name for “wet storage stain”?


True or false: White rust is an iron oxide that forms naturally on ferrous metals in response to normal weathering.


True or false: Wet storage stain need not be removed from galvanizing before coatings are applied.


White rust appears on which of the following substrates?


True or false: No stains of rust, mill scale, or old coatings are allowed after abrasive blast cleaning to SSPC-SP 5.


How does one surface preparation industry expert, Dr. Lydia Frenzel, differentiate between flash rust and rust back?


What happens to the condition of a steel substrate when waterjet cleaning is used to remove rust or existing coatings?


What is another name for wet storage stain?


What is another name for “white rust?”


Where does white rust form?


What is white rust?


 
 
   

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