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GMW16929 - ORGANIC CLEARCOATS FOR ALUMINUM TRIM PARTS - ISSUE 2; ENGLISH Organization: GMW
Date: 2016-11-01
Description: This specification covers requirements for organic coatings (paints) used to provide environmental protection for exterior aluminum applied parts. Coatings may be liquid or powder and may be applied over aluminum surfaces that are anodized (incompletely sealed) or chemically conversion coated.
SAE AS7109/1 - (R) NADCAP REQUIREMENTS FOR THERMAL SPRAY Organization: SAE
Date: 2005-09-01
Description: Class A - OXY/Fuel Powder Spray Class B - Plasma Thermal Spray Class C - HVOF Class D - Low Pressure Plasma Spray (LPPS) Class E - Electric Arc Wire Spray Class F - Oxy/Fuel Wire Spray Class G - D-GUN Spray The requirements for accreditation for the following coating groups are contained herein: High/low temperature Anti fretting coatings Thermal barrier coatings Abrasive seal coatings Abradable coatings Dimensional build-up coatings High temperature coatings (LPPS)
DIN - DVS 2312 - GUIDELINES FOR THERMAL SPRAYING OF PLASTICS Organization: DIN
Date: 2011-11-01
Description: Purpose and application This leafl et provides an overview of methods for applying coatings of plastic using thermal spraying processes including pre-treatment and post-treatment; it should be considered as the basis for ordering, applying, evaluating and accepting thermally sprayed coatings. Coating with plastic using thermal spraying processes according to DIN EN 657 is a surface protection process whereby a layer of plastic of suffi cient thickness is applied to metal or other suitable base materials.
ASTM F1802 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR PERFORMANCE TESTING OF EXCESS FLOW VALVES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-11-01
Description: The tests of Section 11 were developed to provide a simple, inexpensive, reproducible test that quantifies the effect, if any, of a uniform coating of kerosene and of kerosene contaminated with a specified amount of ferric oxide powder on an EFV’s operating characteristics. Excess flow valves covered by this test method will normally have the following characteristics: a pressure rating of up to 125 psig (0.86 MPa); a trip flow of between 200 and 2500 ft3/h (5.66 and 70.8 m3/h) at 10 psig (0.07 MPa); a minimum temperature rating of 0°F(–18°C), and a maximum temperature rating of 100°F (38°C).
IPC-CM-770 - GUIDELINES FOR PRINTED BOARD COMPONENT MOUNTING Organization: IPC
Date: 2004-01-01
Description: Conductive Paste – A conductive material used for thick film circuits that is a creamy mixture of metal powders and a vehicle material. A conductor is produced by screen printing the paste on a base material and then firing or curing.This document provides information for preparation of components for assembly to printed boards, contains a review of some pertinent design criteria, impacts and issues, techniques of general interest for assembly (both manual and machines) and discusses considerations of, and impacts upon, subsequent soldering, cleaning, and coating processes.

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