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MODUK - DEF STAN 80-27

Paint, Finishing, Ammunition Paint, Priming, Ammunition Scheme A: System of Primer and Finish Scheme B: One-Coat Finish Types: Brushing Spraying Electrostatic Spraying Dipping

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Organization: MODUK
Publication Date: 30 November 1981
Status: inactive
Page Count: 13
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This Standard relates to priming and semi-gloss finishing stoving paints suitable for the exterior protection of steel ammunition. The priming and finishing paints are each satisfactory for direct application to suitably prepared steel surfaces. Two standards of protection are provided. The temperature of stoving should not exceed 130°C

Scheme A, consisting of one coat of priming paint and one coat of finishing paint.

Scheme B, consisting of a single coat of finishing paint only.

Both schemes should , when cool after stoving of the finishing paint , be in such a condition that the painted ammunition may be handled and stacked without damage to the paint film.

Painted ammunition may be moved from one climate to another and may be stacked and stored in temperate, arctic, or tropical climates, under one or more of the following conditions:

Underground where heavy condensation of moisture takes place.

At the coast or on board ships where salt spray is encountered.

Outdoor exposure, inland.

Under condition 1.2.3, in temperate climates, Scheme A is expected to protect steel ammunition for a period of at least four years , and Scheme B for two years. Under conditions 1.2.1 and 1.2.2 the period may be shorter.

Document History

July 20, 2009
Paint, Ammunition Finishing, Brushing, Spraying and Dipping Types: Semi-Gloss; Matt
This Defence Standard specifies the requirements for an air-drying paint for finishing ammunition suitable for application to primed and/or pre-treated ferrous and non-ferrous substrates. The paint...
July 20, 2009
Paint, Ammunition Finishing, Brushing, Spraying and Dipping Types: Semi-Gloss; Matt
This Defence Standard specifies the requirements for an air-drying paint for finishing ammunition suitable for application to primed and/or pre-treated ferrous and non-ferrous substrates. The paint...
December 31, 1998
Paint, Ammunition Finishing, Brushing, Spraying and Dipping Types: Semi-Gloss Matt
This Defence Standard specifies the requirements for an air-drying paint for finishing ammunition suitable for application to primed and/or pre-treated ferrous and non-ferrous substrates. The paint...
January 1, 1993
Paint, Ammunition Finishing, Semi-Gloss Types: Brushing Spraying Dipping
This Standard specifies the requirements for a semi-gloss air drying paint suitable for application to primed and/or pretreated ferrous and nonferrous substrates
DEF STAN 80-27
November 30, 1981
Paint, Finishing, Ammunition Paint, Priming, Ammunition Scheme A: System of Primer and Finish Scheme B: One-Coat Finish Types: Brushing Spraying Electrostatic Spraying Dipping
This Standard relates to priming and semi-gloss finishing stoving paints suitable for the exterior protection of steel ammunition. The priming and finishing paints are each satisfactory for direct...

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