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New Paint and Varnish Standards for the 2nd Quarter 2015

Kyle Bach

Document Center Inc. is pleased to announce that the following New Standards on Paints and Varnishes are now available:


  • ASTM D711, 2010 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for No-Pick-Up Time of Traffic Paint
  • ASTM D8682010 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Practice for Determination of Degree of Bleeding of Traffic Paint
  • ASTM D869, 1985 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for Evaluating Degree of Settling of Paint
  • ASTM D1309, 1993 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for Settling Properties of Traffic Paints During Storage
  • ASTM D29721969 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for Solvent and Fuel Resistance of Traffic Paint
  • ASTM D3450, 2015 Edition, Standard Test Method for Washability Properties of Interior Architectural Coatings
  • ASTM D3618, 2005 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for Detection of Lead in Paint and Dried Paint Films
  • ASTM D3624, 1985A Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for Low Concentrations of Mercury in Paint by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
  • ASTM D3717, 1985A Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for Low Concentrations of Antimony in Paint by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
  • ASTM D37181985A Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for Low Concentrations of Chromium in Paint by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy
  • ASTM D3792, 2005 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for Water Content of Coatings by Direct Injection Into a Gas Chromatograph
  • ASTM D3925, 2002 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Practice for Sampling Liquid Paints and Related Pigmented Coatings
  • ASTM D4017, 2002 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for Water in Paints and Paint Materials by Karl Fischer Method
  • ASTM D42142007 Edition Reapproved in 2015Standard Test Methods for Evaluating the Degree of Chalking of Exterior Paint Films
  • ASTM D4449, 2015 Edition, Standard Test Method for Visual Evaluation of Gloss Differences Between Surfaces of Similar Appearance
  • ASTM D6900, 2010 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Test Method for Wet Adhesion of Latex Paints to a Gloss Alkyd Enamel Substrate
  • ASTM D7187, 2015 Edition, Standard Test Method for Measuring Mechanistic Aspects of Scratch/Mar Behavior of Paint Coatings by Nanoscratching
  • ASTM D71902010 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Practice to Evaluate Leaching of Water-Soluble Materials from Latex Paint Films
  • ASTM D75392010 Edition Reapproved in 2015, Standard Practice for Using a Test Chamber for Humidity Conditioning of Test Panels of Pavement Marking Paints
  • BS EN ISO 3233-3, 2015 Edition, Paints and varnishes. Determination of the percentage volume of non-volatile matter. Determination by calculation from the non-volatile-matter content determined in accordance with ISO 3251, the density of the coating material and the density of the solvent in the coating material
  • BS EN ISO 3679, 2015 Edition, Determination of flash no-flash and flash point. Rapid equilibrium closed cup method
  • BS EN ISO 3680, Withdrawn and replaced by BS EN ISO 3679, Methods of test for petroleum and its products. BS 2000-524. Determination of flash/no flash. Rapid equilibrium closed cup method
  • BS EN ISO 23811, Withdrawn and replaced by BS EN ISO 3233-3, Paints and varnishes. Determination of percentage volume of non-volatile matter by measuring the nonvolatile matter content and the density of the coating material, and calculation of the theoretical spreading rate
  • ISO 3233-3, 1st Edition, Paints and varnishes – Determination of the percentage volume of non-volatile matter – Part 3: Determination by calculation from the non-volatile-matter content determined in accordance with ISO 3251, the density of the coating material and the density of the solvent in the coating material


For more standards like these, please see our Document Center List of Standards on Paints and Varnishes.

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