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AS 1580.301.2-1990 (R2013) Paints and related materials - Methods of test - Method 301.2: Non-volatile content by volume (volume solids)

Abbreviation
AS 1580.301.2-1990
Amendment
Non-volatile content by volume (volume solids)
Valid from
01/01/1990

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SAI Global
Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
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Description

This Method describes a procedure for determining the non-volatile matter, as percent by volume, in paints and related materials for a specified wet film thickness, under prescribed conditions. It includes an evacuation stage necessary for flat and low-gloss products to ensure the removal of entrapped air, voids and volatile inclusions.

Notes:

  1. The value obtained by this Method takes into account any chemical or physical changes that have occurred in the paint during drying, and may not be the same as that calculated on the basis of addition of the masses and volumes of the raw materials in the formulation.
  2. Appendix A provides an alternative method (the dish method) which limited interlaboratory trials indicate will result in improved reproducibility.

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Standard reconfirmed 8 April 2013

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Standard reconfirmed 8 April 2013

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AS 1580.301.2-1990 (R2013) Paints and related materials - Methods of test - Method 301.2: Non-volatile content by volume (volume solids)

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AS 1580.301.2-1990 (R2013) Paints and related materials - Methods of test - Method 301.2: Non-volatile content by volume (volume solids)

Description

This Method describes a procedure for determining the non-volatile matter, as percent by volume, in paints and related materials for a specified wet film thickness, under prescribed conditions. It includes an evacuation stage necessary for flat and low-gloss products to ensure the removal of entrapped air, voids and volatile inclusions.

Notes:

  1. The value obtained by this Method takes into account any chemical or physical changes that have occurred in the paint during drying, and may not be the same as that calculated on the basis of addition of the masses and volumes of the raw materials in the formulation.
  2. Appendix A provides an alternative method (the dish method) which limited interlaboratory trials indicate will result in improved reproducibility.

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AS 1580.301.2-1990 (R2013) Paints and related materials - Methods of test - Method 301.2: Non-volatile content by volume (volume solids)
Description

This Method describes a procedure for determining the non-volatile matter, as percent by volume, in paints and related materials for a specified wet film thickness, under prescribed conditions. It includes an evacuation stage necessary for flat and low-gloss products to ensure the removal of entrapped air, voids and volatile inclusions.

Notes:

  1. The value obtained by this Method takes into account any chemical or physical changes that have occurred in the paint during drying, and may not be the same as that calculated on the basis of addition of the masses and volumes of the raw materials in the formulation.
  2. Appendix A provides an alternative method (the dish method) which limited interlaboratory trials indicate will result in improved reproducibility.
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