Online from: 1954
Subject Area: Mechanical & Materials Engineering
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|Title:||Surface roughness and paint film thickness|
|Author(s):||H.G. Daniel, (International Paint Research Laboratories)|
|Citation:||H.G. Daniel, (1968) "Surface roughness and paint film thickness", Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials, Vol. 15 Iss: 12, pp.13 - 15|
|Article type:||General review|
|DOI:||10.1108/eb005272 (Permanent URL)|
|Publisher:||MCB UP Ltd|
|Abstract:||IF paint is applied to a blasted surface in sufficient quantity the wet film will form a plane surface (neglecting variations in thickness due to spray pattern or brush marks) and there will be a greater thickness of paint over hollows than over the peaks. This condition can be accentuated if, in addition, paint flows from peaks to hollows during the drying process. When multi-coat schemes are applied the surface profile is filled progressively by successive coats of paint (see Fig. 1); if sufficient paint is applied the dry paint/air surface may approximate to a plane. Estimates of paint requirements, albeit approximate ones, can only be properly made on the assumption that this condition will be attained.|
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