ISO 1514-2016 “Paints and varnishes – Standard Sample for testing”

A Preface
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ISO 1514-2016 “Paints and varnishes – Standard Sample for testing”

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The committee responsible for this document is ISO/TC 35, Paints and varnishes, Subcommittee SC 9, General test methods for paints and varnishes.

Fifth edition to cancel and replace the fourth edition (ISO 1514:2004), which is revised on technology, made the following changes:

A) the method of preparation of the zinc phosphate and chromate treatment, chromate conversion coating and acid chromium, remove;

B) to modify the following materials: coil coating board, plastic board, glass fiber reinforced plastic composite board, carbon fiber reinforced plastics (GRP) composite panels (CFP);

ISO 1514-2016 “Paints and varnishes – Standard Sample for testing”

c) The original annex B on the characteristics of zinc and zinc alloy coatings has been deleted;

d) A new annex B is added to the universal substrate surface board;

e) Normative references have been updated.

For many of the most widely used test methods for paints and varnish, the type of panel used and the particular way in which it is prepared for use can greatly affect the test results. As carefully as possible before painting, therefore, standardization of panels and used for preparation procedure is very important.

It is not possible to include in international standards all the types of panels and preparations required for paint testing

This international standard describes preparation procedures that are known to be reproducible and provides additional guidance in cases where there may still be doubt due to a lack of international uniformity of procedures.

ISO 1514-2016 “Paints and varnishes – Standard Sample for testing”

1 Scope
This international standard specifies several types of standard panels and describes procedures for preparing them before painting. These standard panels are used for general test methods for paints, varnishes and related products (see Annex B).

2 Normative references
The following documents are referred to normatively in whole or in part in this document and are required for their application. For dated references, only the cited version applies. For undated references, the references of the new version (including any amendment) applies.

ISO 1268 (all components), fiber-reinforced plastics — Method for producing test plates

ISO 2409, Paints and varnishes — Cross cut test

ISO 2808, Paints and varnishes — Determination of film thickness

ISO 1514-2016 “Paints and varnishes – Standard Sample for testing”

ISO 4287, geometrical product specifications (GPS) – surface texture: profile method, terms, definitions, and surface texture parameters

ISO 8336, fibre cement plates-product specifications and test methods

ISO 11949, cold reduction electrolytic tin plate

EN 520, Gypsum plasterboard – Definitions, requirements and test methods

EN 622 (all components), fiberboard — Specification

EN 1396, Aluminium and aluminium alloys – coiled-sheet and strip for general applications – Specification

EN 10205, cold reduction blackboards in coil form for the production of tinplate or electrolytic chromium/chromium oxide coated steels

ISO 1514-2016 “Paints and varnishes – Standard Sample for testing”

EN 13523-1, the coil coating metal – test methods – part 1: thin film thickness

EN 13523-22, coil coated metals – Test methods – Part 22: Chromatic aberration – Visual comparison

EN 15283-2, fiber-reinforced plasterboard – definitions, requirements and test methods – part 2: gypsum fiberboard

EN 16245-1, fiber-reinforced plastic composites – Statements on properties of raw materials – Part 1: General requirements

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