Daily Quiz (25)


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


What organization developed test methods that can be used to determine the various stages and rates of drying, curing and film formation of organic coatings?


A variation on polyurethane coating chemistry that allows for faster curing times and higher film builds has what name?


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


True or false: Infrared curing of coatings can have a lower operating cost than convection curing.


True or false: At very high temperatures (higher than 90 degrees Fahrenheit), the top of applied coatings may skin over or cure too quickly, trapping air or solvent bubbles.


True or false: When the relative humidity is high, curing times for waterborne coatings will be shorter than what is stated as normal on the application data sheet.


In a study of shop-applied topcoats reported in JPCL, which generic type achieved a hardened film that resisted handling damage at lower temperatures (50 degrees Fahrenheit) and higher humidity (75 percent RH) in the shortest amount of time?


True or false: The words “hardening” and “curing” of coatings have the same meaning, according to a recent JPCL article.


True or False: Fusion bond epoxy coatings are typically cured with UV light.


True or false: “Curing agent” is another name for “hardener.”


What epoxy curing agent is made with the oil derived from a nut shell?


What is an alternative to hot potting?


If a coating cures by coalescence, what phrase below best describes the mechanism of cure?


True or False: Moisture-cure polyurethanes are single-component coatings.


What is the relationship between the terms “curing agent” and “hardener?”


By what mechanism does an acrylic latex cure?


What is the conventional wisdom on the length of time concrete should cure before it is coated?


True or false: Methyl methacrylate (MMA) resinous flooring systems offer both rapid and very low temperature cure.


True or false: Because a coating is “dry” or hard does not necessarily mean that it is cured.


If a coating cures by coalescence, what phrase below best describes the mechanism of cure?


A variation on polyurethane coating chemistry that allows for faster curing times and higher film builds has what name?


The epoxy curing agent phenalkamine is derived from what source?


Two-component epoxy coatings cure by what mechanism?


What is another name for a curing agent that aids and participates in the cure of a coating film by chemical reaction?


 
 
   

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