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SSPC-PA 14-2021, Application of Thick Film Polyurea and Polyurethane Coatings to Concrete, Steel, and Non-Ferrous Metals Using Plural-Component Equipment

This standard provides requirements for the field application of polyurea, polyurethane, or polyurea/polyurethane hybrid thick film coatings to concrete, steel, and non-ferrous metal surfaces using plural component spray equipment. In this standard, thick film coatings are defined as coatings specified to have greater than 500 micrometers [µm] (20 mils) dry film thickness. Surface preparation, pretreatments, machinery requirements and parameters are addressed in this standard.

Product Number: SSPC-PA 14-2021
Publication Date: 2021
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This standard provides requirements for the field application of polyurea, polyurethane, or polyurea/polyurethane hybrid thick film coatings to concrete, steel, and non-ferrous metal surfaces using plural component spray equipment. In this standard, thick film coatings are defined as coatings specified to have greater than 500 micrometers [µm] (20 mils) dry film thickness. Surface preparation, pretreatments, machinery requirements and parameters are addressed in this standard.

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This standard provides requirements for the field application of polyurea, polyurethane, or polyurea/polyurethane hybrid thick film coatings to concrete, steel, and non-ferrous metal surfaces using plural component spray equipment. In this standard, thick film coatings are defined as coatings specified to have greater than 500 micrometers [µm] (20 mils) dry film thickness. Surface preparation, pretreatments, machinery requirements and parameters are addressed in this standard.

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