This document specifies the requirements and the corresponding test methods for five types of linseed
stand oil suitable for paints and varnishes.

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This document specifies a titrimetric method for determining the hydroxyl groups in resins and binders for paints and varnishes.
This method is primarily suitable for neutral media. Acidic products provide higher values; neutral products provide, through neutralization of the acidic carbamates, lower values. For these products, preliminary tests are performed to ensure the applicability of the method.

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This document specifies the test methods for determining the softening point of resins (including rosin)
and similar materials by means of ring-and-ball apparatus.
Both manual and automated methods are specified, the automated method being the reference method.

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This document specifies the determination of the molar-mass distribution and the average molar mass values Mn (number average) and Mw (weight average) of polymers that are soluble in DMAC (N,N-Dimethylacetamide) by gel permeation chromatography (GPC). NOTE Also known as size exclusion chromatography (SEC). Even though the chromatograms obtained show good repeatability, it is possible that this method cannot be used with certain polymer types because of specific interactions (e.g. adsorption) within the sample/eluent/column system. The conditions specified in this document are not applicable to the GPC analysis of polymer samples with Mw values greater than 106 g/mol and/or polymers with elution limits outside the calibration range (see 7.6 and Annex C). This document includes no correction method (e.g. for the elimination of peak broadening). If absolute molar mass values are required, an absolute method (e.g. membrane osmometry for Mn or light scattering for Mw) can be used.

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This document specifies the determination of the molar-mass distribution and the average molar mass values Mn (number average) and Mw (weight average) of polymers that are soluble in tetrahydrofuran (THF) by gel permeation chromatography (GPC). NOTE Also known as size exclusion chromatography (SEC). Even though the chromatograms obtained show good repeatability, it is possible that this method cannot be used with certain polymer types because of specific interactions (e.g. adsorption) within the sample/eluent/column system. The conditions specified in this document are not applicable to the GPC analysis of polymer samples with Mw values greater than 106 g/mol and/or of polymers with elution limits outside the calibration range (see 7.6 and Annex C). This document includes no correction method (e.g. for the elimination of peak broadening. If absolute molar-mass values are required, an absolute method (e.g. membrane osmometry for Mn or light scattering for Mw) can be used.

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This document specifies the determination of the molar-mass distribution and the average molar mass values Mn (number average) and Mw (weight average) of polymers that are soluble in water by gel permeation chromatography (GPC). NOTE Also known as size exclusion chromatography (SEC). This method is applicable to neutral polymers and polyanions (e.g. polycarboxylates, polysaccharides, fully hydrolyzed polyvinyl alcohols and high-molecular polyethylene oxides). It is not applicable to polycations [e.g. polyvinylpyrrolidone, polyvinylpyridine, salts of poly(diallyl‑N,N‑dimethyl‑azacyclopentane), chitosan]. Despite good solubility in the mobile phase and even though the chromatograms obtained show good repeatability, it is possible that this method cannot be used with certain polymer types because of specific interactions (e.g. adsorption) within the sample/eluent/column system (see also Clause 12). The conditions specified in this document are not applicable to the GPC analysis of polymer samples with Mw values greater than 106 g/mol and/or polymers with elution limits outside the calibration range (see 7.6 and Annex C). This document includes no correction methods (e.g. for the elimination of peak broadening). If absolute molar mass values are required, an absolute method (e.g. membrane osmometry for Mn or light scattering for Mw) can be used.

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This document specifies the requirements and the corresponding test methods for five types of linseed stand oil suitable for paints and varnishes.

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This document specifies a method for determining the non-volatile-matter content by mass of paints, varnishes, binders for paints and varnishes, polymer dispersions and condensation resins such as phenolic resins (resols, novolak solutions etc.).
The method is also applicable to formulated dispersions containing fillers, pigments and other auxiliaries (e.g. thickeners, film-forming agents).
NOTE 1 The non-volatile-matter content of a product is not an absolute quantity but depends upon the temperature and period of heating used for the determination. Consequently, when using this method, only relative and not true values for non-volatile-matter content are obtained owing to solvent retention, thermal decomposition and evaporation of low molecular mass constituents. The method is therefore primarily intended for testing different batches of the same type of product.
NOTE 2 This method is suitable for synthetic rubber lattices, provided heating for a specific period of time is considered appropriate (ISO 124 specifies heating until the loss in mass of a 2 g test portion following successive periods of heating is less than 0,5 mg).
NOTE 3 In-house methods for determining non-volatile matter often include drying with infrared or microwave radiation. Standardization of such methods is not possible, since they are not generally applicable. Several polymer compositions tend to decompose during such treatment and therefore give incorrect results.

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This document specifies a method for determining the non-volatile-matter content by mass of paints, varnishes, binders for paints and varnishes, polymer dispersions and condensation resins such as phenolic resins (resols, novolak solutions etc.). The method is also applicable to formulated dispersions containing fillers, pigments and other auxiliaries (e.g. thickeners, film-forming agents). NOTE 1 The non-volatile-matter content of a product is not an absolute quantity but depends upon the temperature and period of heating used for the determination. Consequently, when using this method, only relative and not true values for non-volatile-matter content are obtained owing to solvent retention, thermal decomposition and evaporation of low molecular mass constituents. The method is therefore primarily intended for testing different batches of the same type of product. NOTE 2 This method is suitable for synthetic rubber lattices, provided heating for a specific period of time is considered appropriate (ISO 124 specifies heating until the loss in mass of a 2 g test portion following successive periods of heating is less than 0,5 mg). NOTE 3 In-house methods for determining non-volatile matter often include drying with infrared or microwave radiation. Standardization of such methods is not possible, since they are not generally applicable. Several polymer compositions tend to decompose during such treatment and therefore give incorrect results.

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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 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 the requirements and the corresponding methods of test for raw, refined and boiled linseed oils for paints and varnishes.

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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 the requirements and the corresponding methods of test for raw, refined and boiled linseed oils for paints and varnishes.

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This document specifies a titrimetric method for determining the hydroxyl groups in resins and binders for paints and varnishes. This method is primarily suitable for neutral media. Acidic products provide higher values; neutral products provide, through neutralization of the acidic carbamates, lower values. For these products, preliminary tests are performed to ensure the applicability of the method.

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This part of ISO 4629 specifies a titrimetric method for determining the free hydroxyl groups in binders
and binder solutions for paints and varnishes. The hydroxyl groups may be present as polyhydric
alcohols, partial esters, polyester end groups or hydroxylated fatty acids.
This method is not applicable to resins containing both hydroxyl groups and epoxy groups, because
the latter will also be included in the result. Also the method is not applicable to cellulose nitrate or to
phenolic resins.
NOTE 1 If, in the case of binder solutions, the hydroxyl value of the binder only is to be determined, the
possibility that other constituents of the binder solution may contain hydroxyl groups has to be taken into
account.
NOTE 2 A method for the determination of the hydroxyl value of epoxy resins is specified in ISO 7142[1].

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This International Standard specifies a titrimetric method for determining the hydroxyl value of resins, binders for paints and varnishes, primary alcohols, glycols and fats. Wheter it can be applied for hydrocarboxylic acids, phenolic hydroxyl groups, polyols such as trimethyl propane and substances containing aromatic groups have been activated for Friedel-Crafts acylation shall be decided on case-to-case basis.
Under the right conditions, the method is also applicable for determining the hydroxyl value of castor oil and its derivates.

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ISO 4629-2:2016 specifies a titrimetric method for determining the hydroxyl value of resins, binders for paints and varnishes, primary alcohols, glycols and fats. Whether it can be applied for hydro carboxylic acids, phenolic hydroxyl groups, polyols such as trimethyl propane and substances containing aromatic groups have been activated for Friedel-Crafts acylation shall be decided on case-to-case basis.
Under the right conditions, the method is also applicable for determining the hydroxyl value of castor oil and its derivatives.

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ISO 4629-1:2016 specifies a titrimetric method for determining the free hydroxyl groups in binders and binder solutions for paints and varnishes. The hydroxyl groups may be present as polyhydric alcohols, partial esters, polyester end groups or hydroxylated fatty acids.
This method is not applicable to resins containing both hydroxyl groups and epoxy groups, because the latter will also be included in the result. Also the method is not applicable to cellulose nitrate or to phenolic resins.
NOTE 1 If, in the case of binder solutions, the hydroxyl value of the binder only is to be determined, the possibility that other constituents of the binder solution may contain hydroxyl groups has to be taken into account.
NOTE 2 A method for the determination of the hydroxyl value of epoxy resins is specified in ISO 7142[1].

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This part of ISO 16482 1 specifies a method for determining the non-volatile content, by mass, of aqueous rosin-resin dispersions, using an oven.
This method is applicable to resin dispersions having a softening point from 60 °C to 100 °C, measured in accordance with ISO 4625 1 (ring-and-ball method).

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This part of ISO 16482 specifies a method for determining the non-volatile content, by mass, of aqueous rosin-resin dispersions, using a microwave oven.
This method is applicable to resin dispersions having a softening point from 60 °C to 100 °C, measured in accordance with ISO 4625-1 (ring-and-ball method).

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ISO 4629-2:2016 specifies a titrimetric method for determining the hydroxyl value of resins, binders for paints and varnishes, primary alcohols, glycols and fats. Whether it can be applied for hydro carboxylic acids, phenolic hydroxyl groups, polyols such as trimethyl propane and substances containing aromatic groups have been activated for Friedel-Crafts acylation shall be decided on case-to-case basis. Under the right conditions, the method is also applicable for determining the hydroxyl value of castor oil and its derivatives.

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ISO 4629-1:2016 specifies a titrimetric method for determining the free hydroxyl groups in binders and binder solutions for paints and varnishes. The hydroxyl groups may be present as polyhydric alcohols, partial esters, polyester end groups or hydroxylated fatty acids. This method is not applicable to resins containing both hydroxyl groups and epoxy groups, because the latter will also be included in the result. Also the method is not applicable to cellulose nitrate or to phenolic resins. NOTE 1 If, in the case of binder solutions, the hydroxyl value of the binder only is to be determined, the possibility that other constituents of the binder solution may contain hydroxyl groups has to be taken into account. NOTE 2 A method for the determination of the hydroxyl value of epoxy resins is specified in ISO 7142[1].

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ISO 16482-2:2013 specifies a method for determining the non-volatile content, by mass, of aqueous rosin-resin dispersions, using a microwave oven.
This method is applicable to resin dispersions having a softening point from 60 °C to 100 °C, measured in accordance with ISO 4625-1 (ring-and-ball method).

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ISO 16482-1:2013 specifies a method for determining the non-volatile content, by mass, of aqueous rosin-resin dispersions, using an oven.
This method is applicable to resin dispersions having a softening point from 60 °C to 100 °C, measured in accordance with ISO 4625‑1 (ring-and-ball method).

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ISO 6271:2015 specifies a spectrophotometric method for estimating the colour of clear liquids in terms of platinum-cobalt units (Pt-Co units). It is applicable to clear liquids having a colour characteristic similar to those of the platinum-cobalt colour scale specified in Annex A. For products with colours more intense than the Pt-Co stock solution the method specified in ISO 4630 applies.
The spectrophotometric method provides a more precise way of measuring Pt-Co colour than a visual sample comparison by human eyes.
NOTE The term "Pt-Co colour" used here is preferred over the terms "Hazen colour" and "APHA colour".

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ISO 4630:2015 specifies a method for estimating the colour of optically clear, yellow/brownish coloured liquid products by means of the Gardner colour scale using colour-measuring instruments. The method uses the Gardner colour scale described in Annex A.
It is applicable to drying oils, varnishes and solutions of fatty acids, polymerized fatty acids, resins, tall oil, tall oil fatty acids, rosin and related products. The results might be invalid if other products are tested.
The method described provides a more precise way of measuring Gardner colour than a visual sample comparison using human eyes. It is applicable to products having colours from Gardner 1 to Gardner 18. The Gardner scale is not applicable to products with colours darker than 18. For products with colours lighter than Gardner 1 the method specified in ISO 6271 applies.

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ISO 4630:2015 specifies a method for estimating the colour of optically clear, yellow/brownish coloured liquid products by means of the Gardner colour scale using colour-measuring instruments. The method uses the Gardner colour scale described in Annex A. It is applicable to drying oils, varnishes and solutions of fatty acids, polymerized fatty acids, resins, tall oil, tall oil fatty acids, rosin and related products. The results might be invalid if other products are tested. The method described provides a more precise way of measuring Gardner colour than a visual sample comparison using human eyes. It is applicable to products having colours from Gardner 1 to Gardner 18. The Gardner scale is not applicable to products with colours darker than 18. For products with colours lighter than Gardner 1 the method specified in ISO 6271 applies.

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ISO 6271:2015 specifies a spectrophotometric method for estimating the colour of clear liquids in terms of platinum-cobalt units (Pt-Co units). It is applicable to clear liquids having a colour characteristic similar to those of the platinum-cobalt colour scale specified in Annex A. For products with colours more intense than the Pt-Co stock solution the method specified in ISO 4630 applies. The spectrophotometric method provides a more precise way of measuring Pt-Co colour than a visual sample comparison by human eyes. NOTE The term "Pt-Co colour" used here is preferred over the terms "Hazen colour" and "APHA colour".

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ISO 8623:2015 specifies test methods and gives information on characteristic values for distilled tall-oil fatty acids for paints and varnishes.

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ISO 16482-2:2013 specifies a method for determining the non-volatile content, by mass, of aqueous rosin-resin dispersions, using a microwave oven. This method is applicable to resin dispersions having a softening point from 60 °C to 100 °C, measured in accordance with ISO 4625-1 (ring-and-ball method).

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ISO 16482-1:2013 specifies a method for determining the non-volatile content, by mass, of aqueous rosin-resin dispersions, using an oven. This method is applicable to resin dispersions having a softening point from 60 °C to 100 °C, measured in accordance with ISO 4625‑1 (ring-and-ball method).

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This International Standard specifies a procedure for sampling of rosin and rosin derivatives from - rums, - he molten/liquid form, - lakes, pellets or pastilles and preparation of the samples for colour measurement. The method to be used for the colour measurement is specified in other standards. The colour of the rosin can be measured with neat rosin or rosin in solution. The two most commonly used colour-measurement methods are those based on the USDA scale and the Gardner colour scale. Annex A provides information on the correlation between these two scales.

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This International Standard specifies a procedure for sampling of rosin and rosin derivatives from
— drums,
— the molten/liquid form,
— flakes, pellets or pastilles
and preparation of the samples for colour measurement. The method to be used for the colour measurement is specified in other standards. The colour of the rosin can be measured with neat rosin or rosin in solution.
The two most commonly used colour-measurement methods are those based on the USDA1) scale and the Gardner colour scale. Annex A provides information on the correlation between these two scales.

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This International Standard specifies a procedure for sampling of rosin and rosin derivatives from — drums, — the molten/liquid form, — flakes, pellets or pastilles and preparation of the samples for colour measurement. The method to be used for the colour measurement is specified in other standards. The colour of the rosin can be measured with neat rosin or rosin in solution. The two most commonly used colour-measurement methods are those based on the USDA1) scale and the Gardner colour scale. Annex A provides information on the correlation between these two scales.

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The document specifies the requirements and the correspondig methods of test for two types of tung oil suitable as binders. It is not intended to apply to tung oils which are wholly or partly solidified as a result of polymerization.

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The document specifies a method for determining the viscosity of industrial cellulose nitrate, usually referred to as nitrocellulose, the nitrogen content of which can vary between 10, 7 % by mass and 12, 6 % by mass, depending on the type. It also gives a classification system for industrial cellulose nitrate solutions which is based on viscosity measurements made using this method. The use of a standard procedure results in "standard" types and avoids classification differences which could be caused by the fact that there are many ways of determining viscosity and a wide variety of solutions available.

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ISO 19334:2010 specifies a gas-chromatographic method for determining the amounts of certain rosin acids in gum rosin using capillary gas-chromatographic separation of the volatile methyl esters of these acids. It is intended primarily to permit the identification of gum rosin from specific species of pine trees. It is not designed for the quantitative analysis of gum rosin. If such analyses are required, the internal-standard technique specified in ASTM D 5974 should be used.

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ISO 19334:2010 specifies a gas-chromatographic method for determining the amounts of certain rosin acids in gum rosin using capillary gas-chromatographic separation of the volatile methyl esters of these acids. It is intended primarily to permit the identification of gum rosin from specific species of pine trees. It is not designed for the quantitative analysis of gum rosin. If such analyses are required, the internal-standard technique specified in ASTM D 5974 should be used.

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ISO 277:2002 specifies the requirements and the corresponding methods of test for two types of raw tung oil suitable for paints and varnishes. It is not intended to apply to tung oils which are wholly or partly solidified as a result of polymerization.

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This International Standard specifies a method of determining the viscosity of industrial cellulose nitrate, usually
referred to as nitrocellulose, the nitrogen content of which can vary between 10,7 % by mass and 12,6 % by mass,
depending on the type.
It also gives a classification system for industrial cellulose nitrate solutions (see annex A) which is based on
viscosity measurements made using the method. The use of a standard procedure results in "standard" types and
avoids classification differences which could be caused by the fact that there are many ways of determining
viscosity and a wide variety of solvents available.

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ISO 19334:2010 specifies a gas-chromatographic method for determining the amounts of certain rosin acids in gum rosin using capillary gas-chromatographic separation of the volatile methyl esters of these acids. It is intended primarily to permit the identification of gum rosin from specific species of pine trees. It is not designed for the quantitative analysis of gum rosin. If such analyses are required, the internal-standard technique specified in ASTM D 5974 should be used.

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This International Standard specifies a gas-chromatographic method for determining monomeric diisocyanates such as toluene diisocyanate 1 ), hexamethylene diisocyanate, isophorone diisocyanate 2 ), diphenylmethane diisocyanate3) and other diisocyanates in isocyanate resins as defined in Clause 3 and in solutions prepared from such resins, insofar as these are used in the formulation of paints and similar coating materials.

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ISO 10283:2007 specifies a gas-chromatographic method for determining monomeric diisocyanates such as toluene diisocyanate, hexamethylene diisocyanate, isophorone diisocyanate, diphenylmethane diisocyanate and other diisocyanates in isocyanate resins and in solutions prepared from such resins, insofar as these are used in the formulation of paints and similar coating materials.

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ISO 10283:2007 specifies a gas-chromatographic method for determining monomeric diisocyanates such as toluene diisocyanate, hexamethylene diisocyanate, isophorone diisocyanate, diphenylmethane diisocyanate and other diisocyanates in isocyanate resins and in solutions prepared from such resins, insofar as these are used in the formulation of paints and similar coating materials.

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This International Standard specifies methods of test for characterizing binders, i.e. aqueous dispersions and solutions of polymers and copolymers, in particular those used as raw materials for water-based coating materials. The properties determined will depend on whether a drying or curing system is tested.

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This International Standard specifies general methods of test for epoxy resins for use in paints, varnishes and similar products. It is also applicable to those solutions made from epoxy resins that are intended for use as binders for paints and varnishes. The test methods to be applied to an individual epoxy resin shall be the subject of agreement between the interested parties. The test methods described in this International Standard are not intended for epoxy esters (see Note to 3.1).

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This International Standard details general test methods for polyisocyanate resins and solutions of polyisocyanate resins intended for use as binders in paints, varnishes and related products.

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This document specifies a titrimetric method for determining the hydroxyl groups in resins and binders for paints and varnishes.
This method is primarily suitable for neutral media. Acidic products provide higher values; neutral products provide, through neutralization of the acidic carbamates, lower values. For these products, preliminary tests are performed to ensure the applicability of the method.

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