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AS 1580.409.1-2002 (R2013) Paints and related materials - Methods of test - Resistance to mudcracking

Abbreviation
AS 1580.409.1-2002 (R2013)
Valid from
13/12/2002
Replaces

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SAI Global
Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
Format
PDF, Hard copy


Description

This Standard sets out a method for determining the resistance to mudcracking of an air-dried latex paint film, typically applied at 30–50 mm dry film thickness.

It provides a method for evaluating the tendency of paint coatings to crack in locations where there has been an excessive build-up of paint, e.g. in the corner of a room, particularly at ceilings and cornices, which occurs most commonly with flat paints.

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AS 1580.409.1-2002 (R2013) Paints and related materials - Methods of test - Resistance to mudcracking

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AS 1580.409.1-2002 (R2013) Paints and related materials - Methods of test - Resistance to mudcracking

Description

This Standard sets out a method for determining the resistance to mudcracking of an air-dried latex paint film, typically applied at 30–50 mm dry film thickness.

It provides a method for evaluating the tendency of paint coatings to crack in locations where there has been an excessive build-up of paint, e.g. in the corner of a room, particularly at ceilings and cornices, which occurs most commonly with flat paints.

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AS 1580.409.1-2002 (R2013) Paints and related materials - Methods of test - Resistance to mudcracking
Description

This Standard sets out a method for determining the resistance to mudcracking of an air-dried latex paint film, typically applied at 30–50 mm dry film thickness.

It provides a method for evaluating the tendency of paint coatings to crack in locations where there has been an excessive build-up of paint, e.g. in the corner of a room, particularly at ceilings and cornices, which occurs most commonly with flat paints.

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AS 1580.409.1-2002 (R2013) Paints and related materials - Methods of test - Resistance to mudcracking

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