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ASTM LEAD - ASTM STANDARDS ON LEAD HAZARDS ASSOCIATED WITH BUILDINGS
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FORD M5J29-A - SANDLEWOOD ENAMEL
October 1, 1990 - FORD

1. SCOPE: The material desired under this Standard is a durable high gloss alkyd resin air dry enamel.

A-A-2787 - Enamel, Aerosol (Low VOC)
November 27, 2009 - NPFC

This description covers two types of aerosol enamels meeting National Volatile Organic Compound Emission Standards for Aerosol coatings, 40 CFR 59, Subpart E. The aerosol enamel shall be furnished in nominal 475 mL (1-pint) commercial pressurized dispensers with cover caps protecting...

GMSA EMS.TI.0215 - Synthetic enamel air drying
June 1, 2011 - GMSA

I. - SCOPE This spec. covers requirements for a synthetic air drying enamel, surtable for optional use on assembled bodies repainting.

SAE AMS3122 - Enamel, Phenolic Black Baking
July 1, 2013 - SAE

Type: This specification covers a semigloss black baking enamel based on a phenolic resin. Application: Primarily as a coating for metal surfaces exposed to corrosive conditions.

FORD SK-M32J9552-C - ENAMEL, ACRYLIC BAKING, EXTERIOR
December 19, 1994 - FORD

1. SCOPE The material defined by this specification is a thermosetting acrylic enamel.

FORD SK-M32J9552-A - ENAMEL, ACRYLIC BAKING, EXTERIOR
December 19, 1994 - FORD

1. SCOPE The material defined by this specification is a thermosetting acrylic enamel.

FORD SK-M32J9552-B - ENAMEL, ACRYLIC BAKING, EXTERIOR
December 19, 1994 - FORD

1. SCOPE The material defined by this specification is a thermosetting acrylic enamel.

FORD M5J92-A - DELTA PHOSPHORESCENT ORANGE ENAMEL
October 1, 1990 - FORD

1. SCOPE: The material desired under this standard is a durable phosphorescent air dry enamel.

FORD ESA-M64J17-A - ENAMEL, WATERBORNE ELECTROCOAT - ACRYLIC
January 10, 1979 - FORD

1. SCOPE The material defined by this specification is a heat curing electrocoating enamel.

GMW16711 - Emblem – Vitreous Enamel (Cloisonné)
July 1, 2017 - GMW

Material Description. These emblems are constructed of a Vitreous Enamel (Cloisonné) applied to a Gilders Bronze, Unified Numbering System (UNS) C21000 quarter hard per SAE J463, with chrome plate. Symbols. Not applicable. Applicability. This specification covers the performance requirements...

FORD M5J23-A - PEACH FLAT ENAMEL
October 1, 1990 - FORD

1. SCOPE: The material desired under this Standard is a durable high gloss alkyd resin air dry enamel.

FORD M5J11-A - FLAT BLACK MAINTENANCE ENAMEL
October 1, 1990 - FORD

1. SCOPE: The material defined by this Standard is a high quality flat alkyd resin air dry enamel.

GMSA EMS 9310021 - Engine black enamel
June 1, 2011 - GMSA

1 Scope This specification covers requirements for an oven drying (epoxy, polyester) solvent borne enamel suitable to be applied over cast iron parts (eg. Engine blocks painting). Note: Material must be exempted of lead; chlorinated solvents and benzol.

GMSA EMS 9309727 - Synthetic surfacer for enamel
June 1, 2011 - GMSA

1. SCOPE: This specification covers the requirements for a themsetting, sandable, solvent borne synthetic surfacer that is applied by spraying and/or electrostactly, and topcoated with enamels. Specified herein are the painted product, process, labratory perfomce, and paint...

FORD M14J504-A - THINNER - EXEMPT ENAMEL
October 1, 1990 - FORD

1. SCOPE: This standard establishes the chemical, physical and functional properties of a blended thinner for synthetic enamels exempt from normal air pollution control requirements.

FORD SK-M21J9550-A - ENAMEL, SYNTHETIC BAKING, EXTERIOR
December 19, 1994 - FORD

1. SCOPE The material defined by this specification is a synthetic baking enamel, exterior quality, for wet on wet application over SK-M6J9556-A primer or equivalent. The material must be suitable for pneumatic as well as for electrostatic application.

MIL-E-22118 - ENAMEL, ELECTRICAL-INSULATING
July 9, 1974 - NPFC

This specification covers one type and grade of synthetic insulating enamel for use on electrical equipment, and for general purpose use. This specification meets Air Pollution Regulations (Rule 66).

Dental Enamel Formation to Destruction
September 8, 2017 - CRC

This account of enamel begins with the formation of enamel via epithelio-mesenchymal interactions, and continues through its emergence into the mouth and its final destruction by the most common disease in the western world, dental caries. Authors: Colin Robinson, Jennifer Kirkham,...

GMSA EMS 211 - Acrylic enamel
June 1, 2011 - GMSA
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