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Procedure 7. For immersion tests and tests where the finished article is not available, select panels in accordance with MethodsPractice D, or prepare special metal panels according to agreement between the purchaser and the seller of the finish.
Apply the finish according to the method and the schedule prescribed by the user of the lacquer. This schedule includes number of coats, film thickness, and other features. Using a 5-mL pipet graduated in 0. After an interval agreed upon by the purchaser and the seller, wipe the spot clean and examine immediately for effects as listed in 1. Frequently used intervals are 15 min, 1 h, and 16 h, or by agreement between the producer and the user. If desired, allow the panel to recover for a specified period, and examine for return of original properties.
Place a small portion of the reagent on a horizontal panel or surface, with the exception of fruit juices, as mentioned in After a time interval, as agreed upon between the purchaser and the seller, wipe the spot clean and examine immediately for effects as listed in 1.
If desired, allow the panel to recover for a specified period and examine for return of original properties. Withdraw the panels, wash with distilled water, and examine immediately for any of the effects listed in 1. If desired, allow the panels to recover for a specified period and examine for return of the original properties.
In general, it will not be necessary to seal the edges of the applied film. If the reagent effect is noted only around the panel edges, the test should be repeated using a suitable edge sealer. When sealing of edges is required, the selection of the sealer should be a matter of agreement between the purchaser and the seller. Report 8. The test conditions are an important factor in the results obtained and, therefore, should be defined in the report.
Precision and Bias 9. The effects will be in terms of appearance, which are ndonquantitative. Numerical values mary be assigned if a ratnking scale is used. Precision numbered values are not usually obtained for this type No information is presented about either precision or bias of Test Method D since test results are nonqualntitative test. Keywords Users of this standard are expressly advised that determination of the validity of any such patent rights, and the risk of infringement of such rights, are entirely their own responsibility.
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