The TQC Pretreatment Test Kit is especially composed to control all relevant parameters during the pretreatment of steel prior to painting. The PTK is available as BASIC KIT and FULL KIT.
The strong double walled suitcase holds a smart selection of inspection tools and measuring devices to assist the paint inspector on a survey to inspect blast cleaned steelwork.
The BASIC KIT contains a Bresle Test for surface and blast media measurements, a Dust Test kit and Telescopic inspection mirror. The FULL KIT has a large number of extra items as described in the datasheet. It is also possible to make a selection out of the optional items.
The quality of correct pretreatment of a surface prior to application of the coating is essential to ensure the quality of the coating and that its optimum lifetime is achieved.
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ISO 8501 CORROSION PROTECTION OF STEEL STRUCTURES BY PAINTING
In 2007 updated version of the standard measure for the visual evaluation of rust and purity levels of non-coated steel. Also known as the “Swedish steel blasting grades” SS 05 59 00 (Sa). Contains high-quality colour photographs for estimating the rust levels and purity levels after cleaning manually or by machine (also with blasting). Target audience: Blasting and painting companies and their clients, paint technicians, advice bureaux and industrial coating businesses
Purity levels of painted steel surfaces from which the paint layer has been weathered in places. Indispensable when repairing damage to corrosion-resistant paint systems and in the conservation or, for example, welding joints after construction
Describes preparation grades of welds, cut edges and other areas, on steel surfaces with imperfections. Such imperfections can become visible before and/or after an abrasive blast-cleaning process. The preparation grades given are to make steel surfaces with imperfections, including welded and fabricated surfaces, suitable for the application of paints and related products
Hardback A5-format book in three languages (English, French and German) which specifies a series of preparation grades for steel surfaces after removal/partial removal of water-soluble contaminants, rust, previous paint coatings and foreign matter by high-pressure water jetting. The various grades are defined by written descriptions together with photographs that are representative examples within the tolerances for each grade as described in words. In addition, this part of ISO 8501 specifies both initial surface conditions and after-cleaning flash rust grades, also defined by written descriptions together with representative photographic examples