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    METHODS OF TEST FOR PAINTS - ASSESSMENT OF RESISTANCE TO FUNGAL GROWTH

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1989

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Identifies a method for assessing the fungal resistance of paints, varnishes and lacquers with or without fungicidal additives, applied either as part of a multi-coat system or separately. When carrying out this method it is essential to avoid inhalation and contamination by the spores. Guidance on precautions is given.

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    Committee STI/10
    Development Note Supersedes 86/52086 DC (07/2005) Reviewed and confirmed by BSI, October 2008. (09/2008)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Current

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    BS 3900-A3(1970) : AMD 4200
    BS 5726:1979 SPECIFICATION FOR MICROBIOLOGICAL SAFETY CABINETS
    BS 3900-0:1989 METHODS OF TEST FOR PAINTS - GENERAL INTRODUCTION
    BS 3900-F3:1971 METHODS OF TEST FOR PAINTS - DURABILITY TESTS ON PAINT FILMS - RESISTANCE TO ARTIFICIAL WEATHERING (ENCLOSED CARBON ARC)
    BS 2015:1965 GLOSSARY OF PAINT TERMS
    BS 2011-2.2J(1977) : AMD 3676 BASIC ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING PROCEDURES - GUIDANCE - TEST J MOULD GROWTH
    BS 3900-F2:1973 METHODS OF TEST FOR PAINTS - PART F2: DETERMINATION OF RESISTANCE TO HUMIDITY (CYCLIC CONDENSATION)
    BS 3900-A1(1970) : 1970 METHODS OF TEST FOR PAINTS - TESTS ON LIQUID PAINTS - SAMPLING
    BS 3900-F9(1982) : AMD 8611 METHODS OF TEST FOR PAINTS - DURABILITY TESTS ON PAINT FILMS - DETERMINATION OF RESISTANCE TO HUMIDITY (CONTINUOUS CONDENSATION)
    BS 748:1982 SPECIFICATION FOR HAEMACYTOMETER AND PARTICLE COUNTING CHAMBERS
    BS 3900-C6:1983 METHODS OF TEST FOR PAINTS - TESTS ASSOCIATED WITH PAINT FILM FORMATION - DETERMINATION OF FINENESS OF GRIND
    BS 3900-A2(1970) : LATEST
    BS 6900:1987 SPECIFICATION FOR RAW, REFINED AND BOILED LINSEED OILS FOR PAINTS AND VARNISHES
    BS 1851:1978 Specification for titanium dioxide pigments for paints
    BS 245:1976 SPECIFICATION FOR MINERAL SOLVENTS (WHITE SPIRIT AND RELATED HYDROCARBON SOLVENTS) FOR PAINTS AND OTHER PURPOSES
    BS 1795:1976 Specification for extenders for paints
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