This document specifies a method for the measurement of the local thickness of metallic coatings, oxide
layers, and porcelain or vitreous enamel coatings, by the microscopical examination of cross-sections
using an optical microscope.

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This document specifies methods for the determination of
— the presence of colourless chromate conversion coatings,
— the presence of hexavalent chromium in colourless and coloured coatings on zinc or cadmium or
aluminium-zinc (mass fraction of aluminium: 55 %, within a range of 54 % to 56 % mass fraction)
and zinc-aluminium (mass fraction of aluminium: 5 %) alloys,
— the total chromium content per unit area on zinc and cadmium,
— the mass per unit area of both colourless and coloured coatings,
— the satisfactory adhesion of chromate conversion coatings, and
— the quality of chromate coatings.
These methods are applicable to
— colourless and coloured chromate conversion coatings containing trivalent and hexavalent
chromium in varying proportions and produced by either chemical or electrochemical processes,
and
— chromate coatings that are free from any supplementary coatings, such as oil, water or solventbased
polymers or wax.

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This document specifies how the symbolic representation of thermally sprayed coatings is indicated on
drawings.

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This document specifies requirements for hard anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys, including test methods. It also specifies the information to be supplied by the customer to the anodizer (see Annex A). It is not applicable to coatings produced by processes such as those referred to as plasma electrolytic oxidation, micro-arc oxidation, plasma-chemical anodic oxidation, anodic spark deposition or spark anodizing.

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This document specifies a method for the measurement of the local thickness of metallic coatings, oxide layers, and porcelain or vitreous enamel coatings, by the microscopical examination of cross-sections using an optical microscope.

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This document specifies methods for the determination of —   the presence of colourless chromate conversion coatings, —   the presence of hexavalent chromium in colourless and coloured coatings on zinc or cadmium or aluminium-zinc (mass fraction of aluminium: 55 %, within a range of 54 % to 56 % mass fraction) and zinc-aluminium (mass fraction of aluminium: 5 %) alloys, —   the total chromium content per unit area on zinc and cadmium, —   the mass per unit area of both colourless and coloured coatings, —   the satisfactory adhesion of chromate conversion coatings, and —   the quality of chromate coatings. These methods are applicable to —   colourless and coloured chromate conversion coatings containing trivalent and hexavalent chromium in varying proportions and produced by either chemical or electrochemical processes, and —   chromate coatings that are free from any supplementary coatings, such as oil, water or solvent-based polymers or wax.

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This document specifies how the symbolic representation of thermally sprayed coatings is indicated on drawings.

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This document specifies a method for the determination of the surface abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings produced by sulfuric acid anodizing of aluminium and its alloys. It is mainly intended for the evaluation of external architectural coatings. It is a production control method that relies to a large extent on operator experience and instruction.

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This document specifies a test method using electromotive force test apparatus for assessing the chemical resistance of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys.

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This document specifies the procedure for the determination of coating strength, and hence of cohesive strength in a tubular coating tensile test.
The test is intended to determine the tensile coating strength parallel to the spray layers (normal to the spray direction) and to identify differences in particle bond quality.
The tubular coating tensile test is suitable for sprayed coatings deposited using metallic materials (not carbides and ceramics).
The tubular coating tensile test is not suitable for fused sprayed coatings deposited using self fluxing alloys.
The test supports quality assurance and is intended to be applied for the purpose of coating optimisation by identifying the influences of coating parameters and spray materials on the coatings's quality. Furthermore, the coating in particular for cold sprayed coatings can be compared with the characteristics of similar solid materials and the coating's quality can be assessed.
This test is not recommended for thin coatings (coating thickness < 500 µm), since massive scattering of results is to be expected here. Due to the size of the specimens, it is particularly suitable to apply the tubular coating tensile test for coating processes that use a concentrated spray jet and a highly focused spray spot, as in the case of cold spraying, high velocity flame spraying (HVOF) or plasma spraying. Applying the tubular coating tensile test for coating processes that use a broad spray jet, such as flame spraying and arc spraying, may require special spraying measures, e.g. the use of a template to ensure a nearly vertical impingement angle.

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This document specifies a test method to measure the friction coefficient of chemical conversion coating sheet products and coiled products. This document is applicable to measure or compare the friction properties of hot-dip galvanized, lubricated and resin coated steel sheet, when tested under the same conditions.

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This document specifies a gravimetric method for determining the mass per unit area(surface density) of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys. Themethod is applicable to all oxidation coatings formed by anodizing aluminium andits alloys, either cast or wrought, and is suitable for most aluminium alloys,except those in which the mass fraction of copper is greater than 6 %.

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This document specifies the acid pickling of aluminium and aluminium alloys free from hexavalent chromium.

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This document specifies the acid pickling of aluminium and aluminium alloys free from hexavalent chromium.

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This document specifies a gravimetric method for determining the mass per unit area (surface density) of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys.
The method is applicable to all oxidation coatings formed by anodizing aluminium and its alloys, either cast or wrought, and is suitable for most aluminium alloys, except those in which the mass fraction of copper is greater than 6 %.
NOTE 1 A high content of copper in the alloy can lead to increased dissolution of the substrate aluminium.
NOTE 2 If the thickness is known with sufficient precision (for example, using the method specified in ISO 2128), the determination of the mass per unit area (surface density) of the coatings will enable its apparent density to be calculated. Conversely, if the conditions of application of the coating and its density are known, the determination of its mass per unit area (surface density) can permit the calculation of the average mass and an approximate evaluation of the thickness (see Clause 9).

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This document describes the types of paint and paint system commonly used for corrosion protection of steel structures. It also gives guidelines for the selection of paint systems available for different environments (see ISO 12944-2) except for corrosivity category CX and category Im4 as defined in ISO 12944-2 and different surface preparation grades (see ISO 12944-4), and the durability grade to be expected (see ISO 12944-1).

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This document specifies a gravimetric method for determining the mass per unit area (surface density) of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys. The method is applicable to all oxidation coatings formed by anodizing aluminium and its alloys, either cast or wrought, and is suitable for most aluminium alloys, except those in which the mass fraction of copper is greater than 6 %. NOTE 1 A high content of copper in the alloy can lead to increased dissolution of the substrate aluminium. NOTE 2 If the thickness is known with sufficient precision (for example, using the method specified in ISO 2128), the determination of the mass per unit area (surface density) of the coatings will enable its apparent density to be calculated. Conversely, if the conditions of application of the coating and its density are known, the determination of its mass per unit area (surface density) can permit the calculation of the average mass and an approximate evaluation of the thickness (see Clause 9).

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This document specifies test methods for the determination of the breakdown voltage and withstand
voltage of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys, on flat or near-flat surfaces and on
round wire. The methods are applicable to anodic oxidation coatings used primarily as electrical
insulators.
The methods are not applicable to coatings in the vicinity of cut edges, the edges of holes, or sharp
changes of angle on, for example, extruded shapes.
NOTE 1 Breakdown voltage and withstand voltage are affected by relative humidity.
NOTE 2 The methods described do not give satisfactory results for unsealed coatings because they are
affected by the humidity in particular.

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This document specifies test methods for the determination of the breakdown voltage and withstand voltage of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys, on flat or near-flat surfaces and on round wire. The methods are applicable to anodic oxidation coatings used primarily as electrical insulators.
The methods are not applicable to coatings in the vicinity of cut edges, the edges of holes, or sharp changes of angle on, for example, extruded shapes.
NOTE 1 Breakdown voltage and withstand voltage are affected by relative humidity.
NOTE 2 The methods described do not give satisfactory results for unsealed coatings because they are affected by the humidity in particular.

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This document specifies requirements for the protection of iron and steel surfaces against corrosion by
applying thermal-sprayed metallic coatings of zinc, aluminium or their alloys.
In this document, requirements for the planning of the corrosion protection system and for the
constructive design of the component to be protected are specified, where thermal spraying is intended
to be the process for the deposition of the metallic corrosion protection.
Some field-related basic terms are defined and instructions for corrosion behaviour of the zinc and
aluminium materials under different environment conditions are provided.
Characteristic properties of the coating, e.g. coating thickness, minimum adhesive strength and surface
appearance, are specified and test procedures for thermal-sprayed corrosion protection coatings of
zinc, aluminium or their alloys are determined.
This document is valid for applying thermal-sprayed zinc and aluminium protection coatings against
corrosion in the temperature range between −50 °C to +200 °C, taking into consideration the service
conditions of any sealants used. Heat-resistant protective coatings of aluminium are covered by
ISO 17834 and are not in the scope of this document.
Other corrosion protection processes, e.g. hot-dip galvanizing (galvanic coating), sherardizing,
electroplating or selection and deposition of organic coatings/paints are not in the scope of this
document.
Requirements for the manufacturing of thermal-sprayed coatings are specified in ISO 2063-2.

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This document specifies requirements for the protection of iron and steel surfaces against corrosion by applying thermal-sprayed metallic coatings of zinc, aluminium or their alloys.
In this document, requirements for the planning of the corrosion protection system and for the constructive design of the component to be protected are specified, where thermal spraying is intended to be the process for the deposition of the metallic corrosion protection.
Some field-related basic terms are defined and instructions for corrosion behaviour of the zinc and aluminium materials under different environment conditions are provided.
Characteristic properties of the coating, e.g. coating thickness, minimum adhesive strength and surface appearance, are specified and test procedures for thermal-sprayed corrosion protection coatings of zinc, aluminium or their alloys are determined.
This document is valid for applying thermal-sprayed zinc and aluminium protection coatings against corrosion in the temperature range between −50 °C to +200 °C, taking into consideration the service conditions of any sealants used. Heat-resistant protective coatings of aluminium are covered by ISO 17834 and are not in the scope of this document.
Other corrosion protection processes, e.g. hot-dip galvanizing (galvanic coating), sherardizing, electroplating or selection and deposition of organic coatings/paints are not in the scope of this document.
Requirements for the manufacturing of thermal-sprayed coatings are specified in ISO 2063-2.

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This European Standard describes a test method to evaluate the performance of photocatalytic materials in water purification by measuring phenol degradation. This test method is applicable to photocatalytic materials in form of powders (suspensions in water, slurries) under UV irradiation. The photocatalytic performance of the tested material is assessed by the observed rate of phenol degradation at specified experimental conditions as determined by HPLC.

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This document specifies test methods for the determination of the breakdown voltage and withstand voltage of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys, on flat or near-flat surfaces and on round wire. The methods are applicable to anodic oxidation coatings used primarily as electrical insulators. The methods are not applicable to coatings in the vicinity of cut edges, the edges of holes, or sharp changes of angle on, for example, extruded shapes. NOTE 1 Breakdown voltage and withstand voltage are affected by relative humidity. NOTE 2 The methods described do not give satisfactory results for unsealed coatings because they are affected by the humidity in particular.

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This document describes a test method to evaluate the performance of photocatalytic materials in water purification by measuring phenol degradation. This test method is applicable to photocatalytic materials in form of powders (suspensions in water, slurries) under UV irradiation. The photocatalytic performance of the tested material is assessed by the observed rate of phenol degradation at specified experimental conditions as determined by HPLC.

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This document specifies requirements for the protection of iron and steel surfaces against corrosion by applying thermal-sprayed metallic coatings of zinc, aluminium or their alloys. In this document, requirements for the planning of the corrosion protection system and for the constructive design of the component to be protected are specified, where thermal spraying is intended to be the process for the deposition of the metallic corrosion protection. Some field-related basic terms are defined and instructions for corrosion behaviour of the zinc and aluminium materials under different environment conditions are provided. Characteristic properties of the coating, e.g. coating thickness, minimum adhesive strength and surface appearance, are specified and test procedures for thermal-sprayed corrosion protection coatings of zinc, aluminium or their alloys are determined. This document is valid for applying thermal-sprayed zinc and aluminium protection coatings against corrosion in the temperature range between −50 °C to +200 °C, taking into consideration the service conditions of any sealants used. Heat-resistant protective coatings of aluminium are covered by ISO 17834 and are not in the scope of this document. Other corrosion protection processes, e.g. hot-dip galvanizing (galvanic coating), sherardizing, electroplating or selection and deposition of organic coatings/paints are not in the scope of this document. Requirements for the manufacturing of thermal-sprayed coatings are specified in ISO 2063-2.

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This document gives guidelines for determining the average surface density over a measured area of anodic oxide or of a coating deposited autocatalytically, mechanically, by chemical conversion, by electrodeposition, by hot dip galvanizing and by chemical or physical vapour deposition using gravimetric and other chemical analysis procedures that have attained some degree of national or international standardization.
A variety of procedures are described and include:
— gravimetric procedures for chemical or electrochemical dissolution of the coating or the substrate to determine the coating surface density;
— gravimetric procedures for weighing the uncoated substrate and the coated (finished) specimen to determine the coating surface density;
— analytical procedures that utilize dissolution of the coating for determination of the coating surface density by instrumental chemical analysis methods.
With the exception of the gravimetric method as described in ISO 3892, this document does not give the measurement uncertainties of the methods cited.

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This document specifies a method for the determination of the surface abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings produced by sulfuric acid anodizing of aluminium and its alloys. It is mainly intended for the evaluation of external architectural coatings. It is a production control method that relies to a large extent on operator experience and instruction.

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This document specifies an empirical method for assessing the resistance of anodic oxidation coatings
to cracking by deformation.
The method is applicable particularly to sheet material with anodic oxidation coatings of thickness less
than 5 μm, and is useful for development purposes.
NOTE If the test specimen is thick, more than 5 μm of coating can be measured (see Clause 9).

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This document specifies a grid rating system that provides a means of defining levels of performance of
anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys that have been subjected to corrosion tests.
This rating system is applicable to pitting corrosion resulting from
— accelerated tests,
— exposure to corrosive environments, and
— practical service tests.
This document takes into account only pitting corrosion of the basis metal resulting from penetration
of the protective anodic oxidation coating.
NOTE 1 ISO 8993[1] describes a similar rating system based on defined chart scales.
NOTE 2 The grid rating system is frequently used for rating the results of short-term corrosion tests for
relatively thin anodic oxidation coating, such as those used in the automotive industry.

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This document gives guidelines for determining the average surface density over a measured area of anodic oxide or of a coating deposited autocatalytically, mechanically, by chemical conversion, by electrodeposition, by hot dip galvanizing and by chemical or physical vapour deposition using gravimetric and other chemical analysis procedures that have attained some degree of national or international standardization. A variety of procedures are described and include: — gravimetric procedures for chemical or electrochemical dissolution of the coating or the substrate to determine the coating surface density; — gravimetric procedures for weighing the uncoated substrate and the coated (finished) specimen to determine the coating surface density; — analytical procedures that utilize dissolution of the coating for determination of the coating surface density by instrumental chemical analysis methods. With the exception of the gravimetric method as described in ISO 3892, this document does not give the measurement uncertainties of the methods cited.

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This document specifies an empirical method for assessing the resistance of anodic oxidation coatings to cracking by deformation.
The method is applicable particularly to sheet material with anodic oxidation coatings of thickness less than 5 µm, and is useful for development purposes.
NOTE If the test specimen is thick, more than 5 µm of coating can be measured (see Clause 9).

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This document specifies a grid rating system that provides a means of defining levels of performance of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys that have been subjected to corrosion tests.
This rating system is applicable to pitting corrosion resulting from
— accelerated tests,
— exposure to corrosive environments, and
— practical service tests.
This document takes into account only pitting corrosion of the basis metal resulting from penetration of the protective anodic oxidation coating.
NOTE 1 ISO 8993[1] describes a similar rating system based on defined chart scales.
NOTE 2 The grid rating system is frequently used for rating the results of short-term corrosion tests for relatively thin anodic oxidation coating, such as those used in the automotive industry.

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This document specifies an empirical method for assessing the resistance of anodic oxidation coatings to cracking by deformation. The method is applicable particularly to sheet material with anodic oxidation coatings of thickness less than 5 µm, and is useful for development purposes. NOTE If the test specimen is thick, more than 5 µm of coating can be measured (see Clause 9).

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This European standard defines the requirements to be specified in the coating specification for a thermally sprayed coating. It applies to components and workpieces made of metallic or non-metallic materials that are to be partially or completely coated with thermally sprayed coatings. The coating may be made of metals, metal ceramics, oxide ceramics or plastics. Additional requirements for the coating manufacturer that are not coating-specific should be included by defining the technical supply conditions according to EN ISO 12670.
The requirements defined in this standard should be met by a component-related thermal spray procedure specification (TSPS) prepared by the coating manufacturer. The thermal spray procedure specification should be documented and component-related to ensure traceability. For details, see prEN 17002 (project stage).
Proof that the requirements of the coating specification are met by the application of the thermal spray procedure specification can be provided by performing a component-related procedure qualification according to EN 15648.
If specific coating requirements cannot be specified by the customer, they should be agreed with the contractor on the basis of the requirements for the sprayed coating - e.g. against fretting wear at high temperatures - and on the basis of the contractor's past experience.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the acceptance inspection of thermal spraying equipment, in this case the pressurized part only for low pressure and controlled atmosphere plasma spraying, used in spray jobs to produce thermally sprayed coatings of reproducible quality.
This part should be used in conjunction with EN 1395-1, which includes general requirements and explanations of procedures.
The plasma spraying system itself should be acceptance inspected according to EN 1395-4.

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This document specifies the following tests:
a) abrasive-wheel-wear test, determining the abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings with
abrasive wheel on flat specimens of aluminium and its alloys;
b) abrasive jet test, determining the comparative abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings
with jet of abrasive particles on anodic oxidation coatings of aluminium and its alloys;
c) falling sand abrasion test, determining the abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings with
falling sand on thin anodic oxidation coatings of aluminium and its alloys.
The use of abrasive-wheel-wear test and abrasive jet test for coatings produced by hard anodizing is
described in ISO 10074.

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This document specifies a chart rating system based on standard charts that provides a means of
defining levels of performance of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys that have been
subjected to corrosion tests.
This rating system is applicable to pitting corrosion resulting from
— accelerated tests,
— exposure to corrosive environments, and
— practical service tests.
This document takes into account only pitting corrosion resulting from penetration of the protective
anodic oxidation coating.
NOTE ISO 8994[1] describes a similar rating system based on defined grids.

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The thermal spray procedure specification (TSPS) is a critically important quality assurance document in the production workflow when producing a thermally sprayed coating.
This European standard defines the minimum requirements that should be followed for the content of a thermal spray procedure specification. When applying the thermal spray procedure specification, the requirements of the coating specification should be met. To ensure traceability, the thermal spray procedure specification should be documented and component-related.
Tests and test scopes should be defined by the manufacturer of the coating in a separate test plan according to the requirements of the coating specification.

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This European Standard specifies the processing of surface preparation for thermal spraying. Important principles indicated in this European Standard should be taken into consideration when surfaces of metallic parts are to be prepared for thermal spraying. This European Standard applies for production of new parts as well as for the repair of worn parts.
This European Standard does not apply for thermal spraying in the case of protection against atmospheric corrosion by coatings of zinc and/or aluminium and their alloys, for which prEN ISO 2063 1:2014 and prEN ISO 2063 2:2014 apply.

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This document specifies a comparative method for the determination of the fastness of coloured anodic
oxidation coatings to ultraviolet (UV) light and heat.
The method is not suitable for testing coloured anodic oxidation coatings that are heat sensitive.
NOTE Dark-coloured test specimens will normally reach the highest temperatures.

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This document specifies a method for checking the continuity of thin anodic oxidation coatings on
aluminium and its alloys by a copper sulfate contact test.
The use of this method is limited to anodic oxidation coatings of thickness less than 5 μm or coatings
that have been deformed, which includes those produced by coil anodizing techniques.
NOTE The method described enables a rapid check to be made for the continuity of a thin coating of
aluminium oxidation on aluminium and its alloys. In cases of doubt regarding a visible fault on the surface of
a coating, the use of this method makes it possible to verify whether the fault corresponds to a local gap in the
coating that exposes bare metal.

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This document specifies a grid rating system that provides a means of defining levels of performance of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys that have been subjected to corrosion tests. This rating system is applicable to pitting corrosion resulting from — accelerated tests, — exposure to corrosive environments, and — practical service tests. This document takes into account only pitting corrosion of the basis metal resulting from penetration of the protective anodic oxidation coating. NOTE 1 ISO 8993[1] describes a similar rating system based on defined chart scales. NOTE 2 The grid rating system is frequently used for rating the results of short-term corrosion tests for relatively thin anodic oxidation coating, such as those used in the automotive industry.

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This document specifies a chart rating system based on standard charts that provides a means of defining levels of performance of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys that have been subjected to corrosion tests.
This rating system is applicable to pitting corrosion resulting from
— accelerated tests,
— exposure to corrosive environments, and
— practical service tests.
This document takes into account only pitting corrosion resulting from penetration of the protective anodic oxidation coating.

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This document specifies a comparative method for the determination of the fastness of coloured anodic oxidation coatings to ultraviolet (UV) light and heat.
The method is not suitable for testing coloured anodic oxidation coatings that are heat sensitive.
NOTE Dark-coloured test specimens will normally reach the highest temperatures.

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This document specifies a method for checking the continuity of thin anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys by a copper sulfate contact test.
The use of this method is limited to anodic oxidation coatings of thickness less than 5 µm or coatings that have been deformed, which includes those produced by coil anodizing techniques.
NOTE The method described enables a rapid check to be made for the continuity of a thin coating of aluminium oxidation on aluminium and its alloys. In cases of doubt regarding a visible fault on the surface of a coating, the use of this method makes it possible to verify whether the fault corresponds to a local gap in the coating that exposes bare metal.

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This document specifies a chart rating system based on standard charts that provides a means of defining levels of performance of anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys that have been subjected to corrosion tests. This rating system is applicable to pitting corrosion resulting from — accelerated tests, — exposure to corrosive environments, and — practical service tests. This document takes into account only pitting corrosion resulting from penetration of the protective anodic oxidation coating.

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This document specifies the following tests:
a) abrasive-wheel-wear test, determining the abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings with abrasive wheel on flat specimens of aluminium and its alloys;
b) abrasive jet test, determining the comparative abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings with jet of abrasive particles on anodic oxidation coatings of aluminium and its alloys;
c) falling sand abrasion test, determining the abrasion resistance of anodic oxidation coatings with falling sand on thin anodic oxidation coatings of aluminium and its alloys.
The use of abrasive-wheel-wear test and abrasive jet test for coatings produced by hard anodizing is described in ISO 10074.

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This document specifies a comparative method for the determination of the fastness of coloured anodic oxidation coatings to ultraviolet (UV) light and heat. The method is not suitable for testing coloured anodic oxidation coatings that are heat sensitive. NOTE Dark-coloured test specimens will normally reach the highest temperatures.

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This document specifies a method for checking the continuity of thin anodic oxidation coatings on aluminium and its alloys by a copper sulfate contact test. The use of this method is limited to anodic oxidation coatings of thickness less than 5 µm or coatings that have been deformed, which includes those produced by coil anodizing techniques. NOTE The method described enables a rapid check to be made for the continuity of a thin coating of aluminium oxidation on aluminium and its alloys. In cases of doubt regarding a visible fault on the surface of a coating, the use of this method makes it possible to verify whether the fault corresponds to a local gap in the coating that exposes bare metal.

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This document specifies procedural instructions for qualification testing of thermal sprayers. It defines
requirements, ranges of qualification, test conditions, acceptance requirements and certification for
qualification testing of thermal spray performance.
This document is applicable when the thermal sprayer’s qualification is required by this document, the
purchaser, by inspection authorities or by other organizations.
The thermal spraying processes referred to in this document include those spraying processes which
are designated as manual or mechanized.
The test for mechanised application includes the use of automatically controlled thermal spraying, e.g.
robotics, scan units.

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