Nonbake Coatings

Van de Mark, Michael R.
September 2002
Industrial Paint & Powder;Sep2002, Vol. 78 Issue 9, p92
Trade Publication
Discusses the factors that will indirectly affects test results in nonbake coatings. Consequences of the factors on different tests; Air movement and humidity; Film thickness; Effect of temperature on evaporation rate and diffusion rate.


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