This document specifies technical requirements for steel cut wire shot abrasives in 13 kinds of specifications and grades including hardness, apparent density, defect, metallographic structure and chemical composition.
This part is suitable for steel cut wire shot supplied for blast-cleaning processes which is made by cutting cold drawn wire.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the “new” condition only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use. Test methods for metallic blast-cleaning are given in the various parts ISO 11125.
Steel cut wire shot is recyclable and reusable abrasives, and it can be applied for both fixed and field
spray equipment.

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This document specifies requirements and methods of test for liquid epoxy paints and internal coatings of such paints in steel pipes and fittings for the conveyance of non-corrosive gas. It also deals with the application of the paint. Other paints or paint systems are not excluded provided they comply with the requirements given in this document. The coating consists of one layer, which is normally shop-applied on blast-cleaned steel by airless spray or other suitable spraying techniques. The applied and cured paint film must be smooth to give the desired reduction in friction. Brush application is only used for small repair jobs.

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This document specifies a series of preparation grades for steel surfaces after removal/partial removal of water-soluble contaminants, rust, previous paint coatings and other foreign matter by high-pressure water jetting. The various grades are defined by written descriptions together with photographs that are representative examples within the tolerances for each grade as described in words.
This document specifies both initial surface conditions and after-cleaning flash rust grades, also defined by written descriptions together with representative photographic examples.
This document applies the cleanliness of the surface to its visual appearance.
Consideration in addition to visual appearance is given to invisible contaminants and roughness or profile. Physical and chemical methods for testing for soluble salts and other invisible contaminants on the visually clean surface are found in the ISO 8502 series. The roughness or profile characteristics of the surface are found in the ISO 8503 series.

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This document specifies a field method for the assessment of the surface density of various water-soluble
salts on steel surfaces, before and/or after surface preparation, by conductometric determination. The
individual surface densities of the salt composition like chlorides, sulphates, sodium, etc, cannot be
determined by this method.
This method assesses only contaminants that forms an electrolyte (ions) when in contact with water.
These represent the greater part of the contaminants.

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This document specifies a method of extracting, for analysis, water soluble contaminants from a surface by use of flexible cells in the form of adhesive patches or sleeves which can be attached to any surface, regardless of its shape (flat or curved) and its orientation (facing in any direction, including downwards).
The method described is suitable for use in the field to determine the presence of water soluble contaminants before painting or a similar treatment.
This document does not cover the subsequent analysis of the contaminants that have been dissolved.
Methods of analysis suitable for field use are described in other parts of ISO 8502.
NOTE The extraction method might give a false negative or not take all the water-soluble material off the surface because of: a) Soluble materials hiding in the crevices or under folds of metal; b) Soluble materials under corrosion layers, passivation layers produced by corrosion inhibitors, oil, grease, or other non-visible thin films.

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This document describes the general principles for the selection of methods for the preparation of steel surfaces before application of paints and related products. It also contains information on features that are taken into account when selecting and specifying certain surface preparation methods and preparation grades.

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This document specifies abrasive blast-cleaning methods for the preparation of steel surfaces before coating with paints and related products. It provides information on the effectiveness of the individual methods and their fields of application. It describes the equipment to use and the procedure to follow.

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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 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 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 defines the requirements for hexavalent chromium free anodic electrodeposition of organic coatings on aluminium and aluminium alloys for corrosion protection of parts. The purpose of this standard is to give design, quality and manufacturing requirements. It doesn’t give complete in-house process instructions; these shall be given in the processor detailed process instructions.

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This document describes methods for hand-tool and power-tool cleaning of steel substrates before
application of paints and related products. It is applicable both to new steelwork and to steel surfaces
that have been coated previously and that show areas of breakdown requiring maintenance painting. It
describes the equipment to be used and the procedures to be followed.

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This document specifies a titrimetric method for determining the esterified-acid content in binders for paints and varnishes, free acids and acid anhydrides being necessarily included in the result obtained.
Because different binders vary in their resistance to saponification, this document is of limited applicability. If necessary, completeness of saponification can be checked by repeating the test under more severe conditions achieved by the use of longer saponification time, more concentrated potassium hydroxide solution, or a higher-boiling alcohol as solvent.
Annex A specifies a procedure suitable for binders that saponify with difficulty.
The method is not applicable to those materials that show further reaction with alkalis beyond normal saponification.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of the level of free moisture present in
metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. It is determined by measuring the mass lost on heating.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives
for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements for each are contained in the various parts of
ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on
metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies a method for the sampling of metallic blast-cleaning abrasives from
consignments and for the subdivision of the sample into quantities suitable for undertaking the
appropriate test methods specified in other parts of ISO 11125.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives
for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements for each are contained in the various parts of
ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on
metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies requirements for nickel slag abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes.
It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, Mohs hardness, moisture content,
conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only.
They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies requirements for 14 grades of high-carbon cast-steel shot and 11 grades of
high-carbon cast-steel grit, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. Values are specified for hardness,
density, defect/structural requirements and chemical composition.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only.
They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11125.
High-carbon cast-steel shot and grit are used in both static and site blasting equipment. They are most
often selected where a facility exists for the recovery and re-use of the abrasive.
NOTE 1 Information on commonly referenced national standards for metallic abrasives and their approximate
relationship with ISO 11124 is given in Annex A.
NOTE 2 Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of the apparent density of metallic blastcleaning
abrasives.
The purpose of the test is to establish the soundness of the metallic abrasive. Significant levels of
internal shrinkage or hollow particles will reduce the apparent density.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives
for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements on each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on
metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies requirements for 12 grades of low-carbon cast-steel shot abrasive, as supplied
for blast-cleaning processes. Values are specified for hardness, density, defect/structural requirements
and chemical composition.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only.
They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11125.
Low-carbon cast-steel shot abrasives are used in both static and site blasting equipment. They are most
often selected where a facility exists for recovery and re-use of the abrasive.
NOTE 1 Information on commonly referenced national standards for metallic abrasives and their approximate
relationship with ISO 11124 is given in Annex A.
NOTE 2 Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of particle size distribution of metallic
blast-cleaning abrasives by sieving.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives
for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements on each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on
metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of the Vickers hardness of metallic blastcleaning
abrasives.
This method is not recommended for the testing of particle sizes below 0,3 mm.
NOTE Accurate testing of particles below 0,3 mm (grades S040/G050) is extremely difficult.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives
for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements on each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on
metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies requirements for iron and steel slag abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning
processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, Mohs hardness, moisture
content, conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only.
They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies test methods for the determination of the percentage of defective particles and
of the microstructure of metallic blast-cleaning abrasives.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives
for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements on each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on
metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies requirements for copper refinery slag abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning
processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, Mohs hardness, moisture
content, conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only.
They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies requirements for 12 grades of chilled-iron grit abrasives, as supplied for blastcleaning
processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes, together with corresponding grade designations.
Values are specified for hardness, density, defect/structural requirements and chemical composition.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only.
They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11125.
Chilled-iron grit abrasives are used in both static and site blasting equipment. They are most often
selected where a facility exists for recovery and re-use of the abrasive.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of foreign matter in metallic blast-cleaning
abrasives.
The purpose of the test is to establish the level to which the abrasive is contaminated by foreign matter.
The level of foreign matter, e.g. oxides and residual metallurgical slag, is determined by magnetic
separation.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives
for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements on each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on
metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document describes a classification of metallic blast-cleaning abrasives for the preparation of steel
substrates before application of paints and related products.
It specifies the characteristics which are required for the complete designation of such abrasives.
This document applies to abrasives supplied in the "new" or unused condition only. It does not apply to
abrasives either during or after use.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies requirements for coal furnace slag abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning
processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, Mohs hardness, moisture
content, conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only.
They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document describes a classification of non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives for the preparation of
steel substrates before application of paints and related products.
It specifies the characteristics which are required for the complete designation of such abrasives.
This document applies to abrasives supplied in the "new" or unused condition only. It does not apply to
abrasives either during or after use.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504‑2.

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This document specifies requirements for olivine abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes.
It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, Mohs hardness, moisture content,
conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only.
They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies requirements for fused aluminium oxide abrasives, as supplied for blastcleaning
processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, bulk density,
Mohs hardness, moisture content, conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only.
They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE 1 Information on commonly referenced national and international standards is given in Bibliography.
NOTE 2 Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of
steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces,
or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies a method for the sampling of metallic blast-cleaning abrasives from consignments and for the subdivision of the sample into quantities suitable for undertaking the appropriate test methods specified in other parts of ISO 11125.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements for each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of the level of free moisture present in metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. It is determined by measuring the mass lost on heating.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements for each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies requirements for nickel slag abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, Mohs hardness, moisture content, conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504‑2.

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This document specifies requirements for 14 grades of high-carbon cast-steel shot and 11 grades of high-carbon cast-steel grit, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. Values are specified for hardness, density, defect/structural requirements and chemical composition.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11125.
High-carbon cast-steel shot and grit are used in both static and site blasting equipment. They are most often selected where a facility exists for the recovery and re-use of the abrasive.
NOTE 1 Information on commonly referenced national standards for metallic abrasives and their approximate relationship with ISO 11124 is given in Annex A.
NOTE 2 Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504‑2.

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This document specifies requirements for fused aluminium oxide abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, bulk density, Mohs hardness, moisture content, conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE 1 Information on commonly referenced national and international standards is given in Bibliography.
NOTE 2 Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504‑2.

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This document specifies requirements for coal furnace slag abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, Mohs hardness, moisture content, conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504‑2.

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This document describes a classification of non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives for the preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products.
It specifies the characteristics which are required for the complete designation of such abrasives.
This document applies to abrasives supplied in the "new" or unused condition only. It does not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504‑2.

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This document specifies requirements for copper refinery slag abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, Mohs hardness, moisture content, conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504‑2.

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This document specifies requirements for olivine abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, Mohs hardness, moisture content, conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies requirements for iron and steel slag abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes and values for apparent density, Mohs hardness, moisture content, conductivity of aqueous extract and water-soluble chlorides.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11127.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504‑2.

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This document specifies requirements for 12 grades of chilled-iron grit abrasives, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. It specifies ranges of particle sizes, together with corresponding grade designations. Values are specified for hardness, density, defect/structural requirements and chemical composition.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11125.
Chilled-iron grit abrasives are used in both static and site blasting equipment. They are most often selected where a facility exists for recovery and re-use of the abrasive.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document describes a classification of metallic blast-cleaning abrasives for the preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products.
It specifies the characteristics which are required for the complete designation of such abrasives.
This document applies to abrasives supplied in the "new" or unused condition only. It does not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
NOTE Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504‑2.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of the apparent density of metallic blast-cleaning abrasives.
The purpose of the test is to establish the soundness of the metallic abrasive. Significant levels of internal shrinkage or hollow particles will reduce the apparent density.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements on each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies requirements for 12 grades of low-carbon cast-steel shot abrasive, as supplied for blast-cleaning processes. Values are specified for hardness, density, defect/structural requirements and chemical composition.
The requirements specified in this document apply to abrasives supplied in the "new" condition only. They do not apply to abrasives either during or after use.
Test methods for metallic blast-cleaning abrasives are given in the various parts of ISO 11125.
Low-carbon cast-steel shot abrasives are used in both static and site blasting equipment. They are most often selected where a facility exists for recovery and re-use of the abrasive.
NOTE 1 Information on commonly referenced national standards for metallic abrasives and their approximate relationship with ISO 11124 is given in Annex A.
NOTE 2 Although this document has been developed specifically to meet requirements for preparation of steelwork, the properties specified will generally be appropriate for use when preparing other material surfaces, or components, using blast-cleaning techniques. These techniques are described in ISO 8504-2.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of foreign matter in metallic blast-cleaning abrasives.
The purpose of the test is to establish the level to which the abrasive is contaminated by foreign matter. The level of foreign matter, e.g. oxides and residual metallurgical slag, is determined by magnetic separation.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements on each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies test methods for the determination of the percentage of defective particles and of the microstructure of metallic blast-cleaning abrasives.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements on each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of particle size distribution of metallic blast-cleaning abrasives by sieving.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements on each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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This document specifies a test method for the determination of the Vickers hardness of metallic blast-cleaning abrasives.
This method is not recommended for the testing of particle sizes below 0,3 mm.
NOTE Accurate testing of particles below 0,3 mm (grades S040/G050) is extremely difficult.
This is one of a number of parts of ISO 11125 dealing with the sampling and testing of metallic abrasives for blast-cleaning.
The types of metallic abrasive and requirements on each are contained in the various parts of ISO 11124.
The ISO 11124 and ISO 11125 series have been drafted as a coherent set of International Standards on metallic blast-cleaning abrasives. Information on all parts of both series is given in Annex A.

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ISO 12944-9:2018 specifies the performance requirements for protective paint systems for offshore and related structures (i.e. those exposed to the marine atmosphere, as well as those immersed in sea or brackish water). Such structures are exposed to environments of corrosivity category CX (offshore) and immersion category Im4 as defined in ISO 12944‑2.
ISO 12944-9:2018 describes paint systems for high durability according to ISO 12944‑1.
ISO 12944-9:2018 is applicable to structures made of carbon steel and does not cover Cd/Bi Cr and Zn/Bi Cr surfaces. It is not applicable to surfaces under insulation or concrete.
This document is applicable for paint systems intended for a service temperature range between −20 °C and +80 °C, and the performance testing is aimed at verifying suitability of the paint systems for this temperature range.
ISO 12944-9:2018 is applicable for paint systems for submerged service (Im4) which are intended for ambient operating temperatures up to a maximum of 50 °C.
ISO 12944-9:2018 specifies:
- the test methods to be used to determine the composition of the separate components of the protective paint system;
- the laboratory performance test methods for the assessment of the likely durability of the protective paint system;
- the criteria to be used to evaluate the results of performance tests.
ISO 12944-9:2018 covers the requirements for new work and any repairs necessary before start-up. It can also be used in relation to maintenance where complete refurbishment is carried out and the underlying metal substrate is completely exposed by abrasive blast-cleaning.
ISO 12944-9:2018 does not address maintenance in general where methods of surface preparation other than abrasive blast-cleaning are typically used.
ISO 12944-9:2018 deals with structures, made of carbon steel of not less than 3 mm thickness, which are designed using an approved strength calculation.
The following are not covered by this document:
- structures built of stainless steel as well as those built of copper, titanium or aluminium or their alloys;
- steel cables;
- buried structures;
- pipelines;
- the interiors of storage tanks.

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