Daily Quiz (31)


In an air abrasive blasting system, the blast hose ID should be at least how many times the size of the nozzle orifice to achieve productive blasting results?


What is a PATTI?


True or false: Paint brush bristles derived from mongooses can hold more paint than those acquired from hogs.


True or false: Paint knife is another name for a draw down bar.


True or False: Power tools used on concrete to remove contaminants and create a profile are typically the impact type.


How is a water ring used?


What is the name of the abrasive blast nozzle with internal restriction at the center to increase abrasive speed and produce a more uniform blast pattern?


True or false: A bristle blaster is another term for a roto peen power tool.


According to ASTM terminology, what is the name given to the problem caused by the greater shear of a brush used around the perimeter of a wall or ceiling compared to the lower shear of a roller used on the rest of the wall or ceiling?


Where are centrifugal wheels used in coatings work?


A drawdown bar and a dolly have what in common?


What is the name of a rectangular metal tool used to deposit a specified thickness of wet coating on a test panel or other substrate?


Cutter bundles are used on what devices?


True or false: A hypodermic pressure gage is used to check abrasive flow rates in a blast hose.


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


True or false: Non-sparking tools can produce sparks.


A bush hammer is normally used for what purpose?


A Schmidt hammer would normally be used to test for what property?


True or false: The most widely used common name for a wet film thickness gauge is “squirrel gauge.”


How is a water ring used?


What technology is employed in instruments measuring the moisture content of concrete?


True or false: A needle gage is used to measure water pressure in a UHP water jetting system.


Which of the following is a synonym for a draw down bar?


What is the name of the tool that has flexible flaps attached to a rotating hub with tungsten carbide cutters at the ends of the flaps?


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


Power tools such as power wire brushes can burnish or polish a steel surface. Why is this a problem?


True or false: A rebound hammer is a power tool used for surface preparation.


True or false: A needle gun is used to apply metal roofing materials.


True or false: For non-conductive coatings up to 20 mils thick applied to conductive substrates, a high-voltage holiday detector is normally used to detect pinholes and other discontinuities.


Power tools, such as power wire brushes, can burnish or polish a steel surface. What is the main problem with this?


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


 
 
   

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