This European Standard specifies methods for assessing the tin coating on drawn round copper wire for the manufacture of electrical conductors, e.g. according to EN 13602.
This European Standard includes test methods for the determination of the following characteristics:
a)   thickness of the unalloyed tin coating;
b)   continuity of the tin coating;
c)   adherence of the tin coating.
WARNING - This European Standard can involve the use of hazardous materials, operations, and equipment. This standard does not purport to address all of the safety problems associated with their use. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.

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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 a method for the measurement of metal coating thickness by first forming a
step between the surface of the coating and the surface of its substrate and then measuring the step
height using a profile recording instrument. It covers the instrumentation characteristics and the
procedure appropriate to this specific application of profilometric methods.
The method is applicable to the measurement of thicknesses of metal coatings from 0,01 μm to 1 000 μm
on flat surfaces and, if appropriate precautions are taken, on cylindrical surfaces. It is highly suitable
for the measurement of minute thicknesses but, for thicknesses of less than 0,01 μm, surface flatness
and surface smoothness are very critical and, accordingly, the method is not suitable for use down to
the lowest level of measurement usual for electronic stylus instruments. The method is suitable for
measuring coating thicknesses when preparing coating thickness reference standards.

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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 a method for measuring the in-plane Young’s modulus of thermal barrier coatings (TBCs) formed on substrates, from room temperature up to 1 000 °C.

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This document specifies a method for the measurement of metal coating thickness by first forming a step between the surface of the coating and the surface of its substrate and then measuring the step height using a profile recording instrument. It covers the instrumentation characteristics and the procedure appropriate to this specific application of profilometric methods. The method is applicable to the measurement of thicknesses of metal coatings from 0,01 µm to 1 000 µm on flat surfaces and, if appropriate precautions are taken, on cylindrical surfaces. It is highly suitable for the measurement of minute thicknesses but, for thicknesses of less than 0,01 µm, surface flatness and surface smoothness are very critical and, accordingly, the method is not suitable for use down to the lowest level of measurement usual for electronic stylus instruments. The method is suitable for measuring coating thicknesses when preparing coating thickness reference standards.

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This document specifies the requirements for the coating mass per unit area, for other properties and also for testing of zinc or zinc-alloy coatings on steel wire and steel wire products of circular or other section.

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This document specifies a method for non-destructive measurements of the thickness of conductive coatings on non-conductive base materials. This method is based on the principle of the sheet resistivity measurement and is applicable to any conductive coatings and layers of metal and semiconductor materials. In general, the probe has to be adjusted to the conductivity and the thickness of the respective application. However, this document focuses on metallic coatings on non-conductive base materials (e.g. copper on plastic substrates, printed circuit boards). This method is also applicable to thickness measurements of conductive coatings on conductive base materials, if the resistivity of the coating and the base material is significantly different. However, this case is not considered in this document.

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This document specifies a method of determining the mass per unit area of hot dip galvanized coatings
on ferrous materials.
Since an exact knowledge of the area of the surface is essential, this document is mainly applicable to
shapes whose areas are easy to determine. If, with heavy samples, the specifications of Clause 7 cannot
be met, then the hot dip galvanized coating mass is determined by another method.

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This document specifies a method for measuring the thickness of the individual nickel layers in electroplated multilayer nickel coatings and measuring the potential differences between the individual nickel layers in electroplated multilayer nickel coatings. The measurement of coatings or layer systems other than electroplated multilayer nickel coatings is outside the scope of this document.

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This document specifies a method of determining the mass per unit area of hot dip galvanized coatings on ferrous materials. Since an exact knowledge of the area of the surface is essential, this document is mainly applicable to shapes whose areas are easy to determine. If, with heavy samples, the specifications of Clause 7 cannot be met, then the hot dip galvanized coating mass is determined by another method.

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This document specifies the requirements and recommendations for electroless Ni-P-ceramic composite coatings applied from aqueous solutions onto metallic and non-metallic substrates. This document does not apply to ternary nickel alloys and nickel-boron ceramic composite coatings.

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This document specifies a method for measuring the reproducible linear thermal expansion coefficient of ceramic top coats (TCs) for thermal barrier coatings (TBCs) up to 1 300 °C.

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This document gives guidelines and recommendations for the general principles ofdesign appropriate to articles to be hot dip galvanized after fabrication (e.g.in accordance with ISO 1461) for the corrosion protection of, for example,articles that have been manufactured in accordance with EN 1090-2. This documentdoes not apply to hot dip galvanized coatings applied to continuous wire orsheet (e.g. to EN 10346).

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This document gives guidelines and recommendations for the general principles of design appropriate to articles to be hot dip galvanized after fabrication (e.g. in accordance with ISO 1461) for the corrosion protection of, for example, articles that have been manufactured in accordance with EN 1090-2.
This document does not apply to hot dip galvanized coatings applied to continuous wire or sheet (e.g. to EN 10346).

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This European Standard specifies the general principles for the implementation of a system of cathodic protection against corrosive attacks on buried or immersed metal structures with and without the influence of external electrical sources.

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This document specifies a method for using phase-sensitive eddy-current instruments for non-destructive measurements of the thickness of non-magnetic metallic coatings on metallic and non-metallic basis materials such as: a) zinc, cadmium, copper, tin or chromium on steel; b) copper or silver on composite materials. The phase-sensitive method can be applied without thickness errors to smaller surface areas and to stronger surface curvatures than the amplitude-sensitive eddy-current method specified in ISO 2360, and is less affected by the magnetic properties of the basis material. However, the phase-sensitive method is more affected by the electrical properties of the coating materials. In this document, the term “coating” is used for materials such as, for example, paints and varnishes, electroplated coatings, enamel coatings, plastic coatings, claddings and powder coatings. This method is particularly applicable to measurements of the thickness of metallic coatings. These coatings can be non-magnetic metallic coatings on non-conductive, conductive or magnetic base materials, but also magnetic coatings on non-conductive or conductive base materials. The measurement of metallic coatings on metallic basis material works only when the product of conductivity and permeability (s, μ) of one of the materials is at least a factor of two times the product of conductivity and permeability for the other material. Non-ferromagnetic materials have a relative permeability of one.

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This document gives guidelines and recommendations for the general principles of design appropriate to articles to be hot dip galvanized after fabrication (e.g. in accordance with ISO 1461) for the corrosion protection of, for example, articles that have been manufactured in accordance with EN 1090-2. This document does not apply to hot dip galvanized coatings applied to continuous wire or sheet (e.g. to EN 10346).

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This document specifies the evaluation standard of the composition, structure and properties of multi-layer hard coatings by common physical vapor deposition (PVD), indicating a vacuum deposition method that produces a material source by evaporation, sputtering or related non-chemical ways.

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This document specifies a method for using phase-sensitive eddy-current instruments for non-destructive measurements of the thickness of non-magnetic metallic coatings on metallic and non-metallic basis materials such as:
a) zinc, cadmium, copper, tin or chromium on steel;
b) copper or silver on composite materials.
The phase-sensitive method can be applied without thickness errors to smaller surface areas and to stronger surface curvatures than the amplitude-sensitive eddy-current method specified in ISO 2360, and is less affected by the magnetic properties of the basis material. However, the phase-sensitive method is more affected by the electrical properties of the coating materials.
In this document, the term "coating" is used for materials such as, for example, paints and varnishes, electroplated coatings, enamel coatings, plastic coatings, claddings and powder coatings.
This method is particularly applicable to measurements of the thickness of metallic coatings. These coatings can be non-magnetic metallic coatings on non-conductive, conductive or magnetic base materials, but also magnetic coatings on non-conductive or conductive base materials.
The measurement of metallic coatings on metallic basis material works only when the product of conductivity and permeability (σ, μ) of one of the materials is at least a factor of two times the product of conductivity and permeability for the other material. Non-ferromagnetic materials have a relative permeability of one.

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This document specifies a method for using phase-sensitive eddy-current instruments for non-destructive measurements of the thickness of non-magnetic metallic coatings on metallic and non-metallic basis materials such as: a) zinc, cadmium, copper, tin or chromium on steel; b) copper or silver on composite materials. The phase-sensitive method can be applied without thickness errors to smaller surface areas and to stronger surface curvatures than the amplitude-sensitive eddy-current method specified in ISO 2360, and is less affected by the magnetic properties of the basis material. However, the phase-sensitive method is more affected by the electrical properties of the coating materials. In this document, the term "coating" is used for materials such as, for example, paints and varnishes, electroplated coatings, enamel coatings, plastic coatings, claddings and powder coatings. This method is particularly applicable to measurements of the thickness of metallic coatings. These coatings can be non-magnetic metallic coatings on non-conductive, conductive or magnetic base materials, but also magnetic coatings on non-conductive or conductive base materials. The measurement of metallic coatings on metallic basis material works only when the product of conductivity and permeability (σ, μ) of one of the materials is at least a factor of two times the product of conductivity and permeability for the other material. Non-ferromagnetic materials have a relative permeability of one.

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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 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 requirements for electroplated coatings of metallic chromium, with or without
undercoats, on ferrous and non-ferrous metals for engineering purposes. The coating designation
provides a means of specifying the thickness of chromium appropriate for typical engineering
applications.

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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 requirements for electroplated coatings of metallic chromium, with or without undercoats, on ferrous and non-ferrous metals for engineering purposes. The coating designation provides a means of specifying the thickness of chromium appropriate for typical engineering applications.

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This European Standard specifies a quantitative method for the measurement of adhesion of metallic and related inorganic coatings applied to metallic surfaces.  Typical coatings for which this European Standard applies are copper, nickel, nickel plus chromium, silver, tin, tin-nickel alloys, zinc, gold.  This European Standard does not apply to certain hot dip and spray coatings.

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This document specifies a quantitative method for the measurement of adhesive strength of metallic and other inorganic coatings applied to metallic, polymer and glass substrates.
Typical coatings for which this document applies are metallic coatings such as aluminium, copper, nickel, nickel plus chromium, silver, tin, tin-nickel alloys, zinc, gold as well as other inorganic coatings such as oxides or nitrides, e.g. of aluminium, indium and indium-tin, silicon, niobium, titanium, tungsten, zirconium and others.
This document does not apply to certain hot dip, spray and mechanical coatings, for which other standards may apply, e.g. EN ISO 14916 or EN ISO 4624.
The measurement is valid if the cohesion and adhesion properties of the adhesive are higher than those of the coating subjected to test.

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This document specifies requirements for electroplated coatings of metallic chromium, with or without undercoats, on ferrous and non-ferrous metals for engineering purposes. The coating designation provides a means of specifying the thickness of chromium appropriate for typical engineering applications.

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This document specifies requirements for non-electrolytically applied zinc flake coating systems for
steel fasteners. It is applicable to coatings:
— with or without hexavalent chromium;
— with or without top coat;
— with or without lubricant (integral lubricant and/or subsequently added lubricant).
It is applicable to bolts, screws, studs and nuts with ISO metric thread, to fasteners with non-ISO metric
thread, and to non-threaded fasteners such as washers, pins, clips, etc.
This document does not specify requirements for such fastener properties as weldability or paintability.
It is not applicable to mechanically applied zinc coatings.
NOTE Coatings in accordance with this document are especially used for high strength fasteners
(≥ 1 000 MPa) to avoid risk of internal hydrogen embrittlement (IHE — see 4.4).
Information for design and assembly of coated fasteners is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies requirements for electroplated coatings and coating systems on steel
fasteners. The requirements related to dimensional properties also apply to fasteners made of copper
or copper alloys.
It also specifies requirements and gives recommendations to minimize the risk of hydrogen
embrittlement; see 4.4 and Annex B.
It mainly applies to zinc and zinc alloy coating systems (zinc, zinc-nickel, zinc-iron) and cadmium,
primarily intended for corrosion protection and other functional properties:
— with or without conversion coating;
— with or without sealant;
— with or without top coat;
— with or without lubricant (integral lubricant and/or subsequently added lubricant).
Specifications for other electroplated coatings and coating systems (tin, tin-zinc, copper-tin, coppersilver,
copper, silver, copper-zinc, nickel, nickel-chromium, copper-nickel, copper-nickel-chromium)
are included in this document only for dimensional requirements related to fasteners with ISO metric
threads.
This document applies to bolts, screws, studs and nuts with ISO metric thread, to fasteners with non-
ISO metric thread, and to non-threaded fasteners such as washers, pins, clips and rivets.
Information for design and assembly of coated fasteners is given in Annex A.
This document does not specify requirements for properties such as weldability or paintability.
NOTE Other International Standards specify differing electroplating processes. For electroplating of
fasteners, the requirements of this document apply, unless otherwise agreed.

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This document specifies requirements for non-electrolytically applied zinc flake coating systems for steel fasteners. It is applicable to coatings:
— with or without hexavalent chromium;
— with or without top coat;
— with or without lubricant (integral lubricant and/or subsequently added lubricant).
It is applicable to bolts, screws, studs and nuts with ISO metric thread, to fasteners with non-ISO metric thread, and to non-threaded fasteners such as washers, pins, clips, etc.
This document does not specify requirements for such fastener properties as weldability or paintability. It is not applicable to mechanically applied zinc coatings.
NOTE Coatings in accordance with this document are especially used for high strength fasteners (≥ 1 000 MPa) to avoid risk of internal hydrogen embrittlement (IHE — see 4.4).
Information for design and assembly of coated fasteners is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies requirements for non-electrolytically applied zinc flake coating systems for steel fasteners. It is applicable to coatings: — with or without hexavalent chromium; — with or without top coat; — with or without lubricant (integral lubricant and/or subsequently added lubricant). It is applicable to bolts, screws, studs and nuts with ISO metric thread, to fasteners with non-ISO metric thread, and to non-threaded fasteners such as washers, pins, clips, etc. This document does not specify requirements for such fastener properties as weldability or paintability. It is not applicable to mechanically applied zinc coatings. NOTE Coatings in accordance with this document are especially used for high strength fasteners (≥ 1 000 MPa) to avoid risk of internal hydrogen embrittlement (IHE — see 4.4). Information for design and assembly of coated fasteners is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies the test methods for coating adhesion of sputtered silver layer coating for electrical, electronic, optical and other engineering applications. Engineering applications are defined as those in which the coating essentially serves a non-decorative purpose. Although the appearance and serviceability of the sputtered silver coating depends on the condition of the basis material, this document does not specify the condition, finish or surface roughness of the basis material prior to the deposition. Therefore, it is the responsibility of the purchaser to specify the surface finish and roughness of the basis material in order to conform to the product requirements. This document specifies the test methods of coatings on sheets and the flat objects. However, it does not apply to coatings on screw threads, strip or wire in the non-fabricated form.

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This document specifies methods of checking the adhesion of electrodeposited and chemically
deposited coatings. It is limited to tests of a qualitative nature.
This document does not describe certain tests that have been developed at various times to give a
quantitative measure of adhesion of metallic coating to a substrate, since such tests require special
apparatus and considerable skill in their performance which renders them unsuitable as quality control
tests for production parts. Some of these quantitative tests can, however, be useful in research and
development work.

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This document specifies requirements for electroplated coatings of zinc with supplementary treatments
on iron or steel. It includes information to be supplied by the purchaser to the electroplater, and the
requirements for heat treatment before and after electroplating.
It is not applicable to zinc coatings applied
— to sheet, strip or wire in the non-fabricated form,
— to close-coiled springs, or
— for purposes other than protective or decorative.
This document does not specify requirements for the surface condition of the basis metal prior to
electroplating with zinc. However, defects in the surface of the basis metal can adversely affect the
appearance and performance of the coating.
The coating thickness that can be applied to threaded components can be limited by dimensional
requirements, including class or fit.

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ISO 2081:2018 specifies requirements for electroplated coatings of zinc with supplementary treatments on iron or steel. It includes information to be supplied by the purchaser to the electroplater, and the requirements for heat treatment before and after electroplating.
ISO 2081:2018 is not applicable to zinc coatings applied
- to sheet, strip or wire in the non-fabricated form,
- to close-coiled springs, or
- for purposes other than protective or decorative.
ISO 2081:2018 does not specify requirements for the surface condition of the basis metal prior to electroplating with zinc. However, defects in the surface of the basis metal can adversely affect the appearance and performance of the coating.
The coating thickness that can be applied to threaded components can be limited by dimensional requirements, including class or fit.

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ISO 2819:2017 specifies methods of checking the adhesion of electrodeposited and chemically deposited coatings. It is limited to tests of a qualitative nature.
ISO 2819:2017 does not describe certain tests that have been developed at various times to give a quantitative measure of adhesion of metallic coating to a substrate, since such tests require special apparatus and considerable skill in their performance which renders them unsuitable as quality control tests for production parts. Some of these quantitative tests can, however, be useful in research and development work.

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ISO 2081:2018 specifies requirements for electroplated coatings of zinc with supplementary treatments on iron or steel. It includes information to be supplied by the purchaser to the electroplater, and the requirements for heat treatment before and after electroplating. ISO 2081:2018 is not applicable to zinc coatings applied - to sheet, strip or wire in the non-fabricated form, - to close-coiled springs, or - for purposes other than protective or decorative. ISO 2081:2018 does not specify requirements for the surface condition of the basis metal prior to electroplating with zinc. However, defects in the surface of the basis metal can adversely affect the appearance and performance of the coating. The coating thickness that can be applied to threaded components can be limited by dimensional requirements, including class or fit.

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This document specifies the technical requirements of metallic and other inorganic coatings in order to
develop consistent technical standards and establishes a standard format for designating the coatings.
It applies to International Standards for electrodeposited, autocatalytic and vapour-deposited coatings.
Detailed technical requirements for individual coatings are not given in this document, but can be
found in the International Standards listed in the Bibliography.
This document does not apply to thermally sprayed and porcelain enamel coatings.

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This standard applies to electrodeposited zinc and zinc-alloy coatings on iron and steel with Cr(VI)-free passivation. The
zinc-alloy coatings contain nickel or iron as alloying agents (referred to as zinc/nickel and zinc/iron coatings, respectively).
The main purpose of the coatings or coating systems is protecting iron and steel components against corrosion.
The standard prescribes the designations to be used for the above coating systems and specifies minimum corrosion
resistances to be achieved in specified test procedures and the minimum coating thicknesses required to achieve them.

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This document specifies a process for the confirmation of requirements for phosphate coatings which
are usually destined for application on ferrous materials, zinc, cadmium and their alloys (see Annex B).

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ISO 2819:2017 specifies methods of checking the adhesion of electrodeposited and chemically deposited coatings. It is limited to tests of a qualitative nature. ISO 2819:2017 does not describe certain tests that have been developed at various times to give a quantitative measure of adhesion of metallic coating to a substrate, since such tests require special apparatus and considerable skill in their performance which renders them unsuitable as quality control tests for production parts. Some of these quantitative tests can, however, be useful in research and development work.

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ISO 27830:2017 specifies the technical requirements of metallic and other inorganic coatings in order to develop consistent technical standards and establishes a standard format for designating the coatings. It applies to International Standards for electrodeposited, autocatalytic and vapour-deposited coatings.
Detailed technical requirements for individual coatings are not given in this document, but can be found in the International Standards listed in the Bibliography.
ISO 27830:2017 does not apply to thermally sprayed and porcelain enamel coatings.

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ISO 27830:2017 specifies the technical requirements of metallic and other inorganic coatings in order to develop consistent technical standards and establishes a standard format for designating the coatings. It applies to International Standards for electrodeposited, autocatalytic and vapour-deposited coatings. Detailed technical requirements for individual coatings are not given in this document, but can be found in the International Standards listed in the Bibliography. ISO 27830:2017 does not apply to thermally sprayed and porcelain enamel coatings.

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This European Standard applies to the measurement of the thickness of the individual nickel layers in electroplated multilayer nickel coatings and to the measurement of the potential differences between the individual nickel layers in electroplated multilayer nickel coatings.
The measurement of coatings or layer systems other than electroplated multilayer nickel coatings is outside the scope of this European Standard.

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ISO 9717:2017 specifies a process for the confirmation of requirements for phosphate coatings which are usually destined for application on ferrous materials, zinc, cadmium and their alloys (see Annex B).

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