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United States Testing Company, Inc. -- Freeze-Thaw Resistance and pH Test


Chemical Services Division
1415 Park Avenue -- Hoboken, New Jersey 07030 -- 201-792-2400

REPORT 0F TEST

November 13, 1991

SUBJECT: Client supplied on pint of paint marked AH2377 on 10/29/91.

AUTHORIZATION: Client's telephone conversation.

PURPOSE: Determine freeze-thaw resistance and pH.

TEST DATES: 10/29/91 to 11/06/91.

PROCEDURE: pH was determined by glass electrode in accordance with ASTM E-70. Freeze-thaw cycles were run in accordance with ASTM D-2243.

RESULTS: Test Result
  pH 7.3
  Freeze-thaw, cycles pass 6*
  *At 7 cycles large viscosity increase was observed visually.

IMR Laboratories -- Comparison of Treated and Untreated Areas by XRD

CUSTOMER: Advanced Protective Products
DATE: November 2, 2011
IMR MSL Report Number 32997
REPORTED AS: XRD EVALUATION OF UNTREATED AND TREATED AREAS WITH A RED METAL PRIMER

SAMPLES RECEIVED & ANALYSIS REQUESTED:

One (1) quart of “Rust Knockout” red metal primer was received for XRD evaluation. IMR was asked to apply the primer on a rusted iron coupon and compare the untreated area and the treated area using XRD technique.

ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE

X-Ray Diffraction Spectroscopy (XRD): This technique generates a diffraction pattern and matches unique peaks to known standards using a computer-based library in order to determine present compounds by their crystalline structure.

RESULTS

The photograph of the iron coupon showing the untreated and treated areas is attached as Figure 1. The XRD spectra of the rusted area and painted area are displayed in Figures 2 and 3. The XRD Diffractograms were generated at 2Th/Th Start: 10.0 – End: 80.0; scan speed: 0.5 at increments of 0.02, generator at 40 kV; 40 mA, using the Bruker AXS D8 Discover X-Ray diffractometer. The patterns for the rust and painted areas (each phase found) were determined by the ICDD (Information Center for Diffraction Data) and Plus Evaluation (EVA) software. The phases of iron oxide hydroxide [FeO(OH)] were detected on the rusted area by XRD. After the application of “Rust Knockout” red metal primer, the iron oxide hydroxide [FeO(OH)] phases were not detected by XRD due to the action of the water base rust converter primer. The phases identified for the rusted and painted areas are attached in TABLE I.

Prepared by: Hector J. Marini, Ph.D. Chief Analytical Chemist
Reviewed by: David Zauler, Senior Chemist

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United States Testing Company -- Paint Flexibility Report of Test


Chemical Services Division
1415 Park Avenue -- Hoboken, New Jersey 07030 -- 201-792-2400

REPORT 0F TEST

October 30, 1989

SUBJECT: One paint submitted and identified by the client as: AH2377 (red)

AUTHORIZATION: Client's letter dated September 14, 1989

PURPOSE: To determine the flexibility of the paint.

PROCEDURE: In accordance with ASTM D-1737.

RESULTS: Pass 1/8" Mandrel without cracking.


United States Testing Company -- Freeze Thaw Resistance Report of Test


Chemical Services Division
1415 Park Avenue -- Hoboken, New Jersey 07030 -- 201-792-2400

REPORT 0F TEST

October 30, 1989

SUBJECT: One paint submitted and identified by the client as: AH2377 (red)

AUTHORIZATION: Client's letter dated September 14, 1989.

PURPOSE: To determine the freeze thaw resistance of the paint

PROCEDURE: In accordance: with ASTM D-1211 modified.

Freeze thaw resistance was determined by subjecting coated steel panels (5) to 15 cycles of 1 hour at -20oF, 1 hour at -5oF and 1/2 hour at room temperature 70-75oF.

RESULTS: No change after 15 cycles.


United States Testing Company -- Volatile Organic Content (VOC) Report of Test


Chemical Services Division
1415 Park Avenue -- Hoboken, New Jersey 07030 -- 201-792-2400

REPORT 0F TEST

October 30, 1989

SUBJECT: One paint submitted and identified by the client as: AH2377 (red)

AUTHORIZATION: Client's letter dated September 14, 1989.

PURPOSE: To determine the volatile organic content (VOC) of the paint.

PROCEDURE: In accordance with ASTM D-3960.

RESULTS:

Test Units ASTM Results
Volatile content % weight D-2369 54.75
Unit weight lb./gal D-1475 10.98
Water content % weight D-3792 55.4
VOC % weight D-3960 <0.5 VOC lb./gal D-3960 <0.5
 
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