Language:
    • Available Formats
    • Options
    • Availability
    • Priced From ( in USD )
    • Printed Edition
    • Ships in 1-2 business days
    • $78.00
    • Add to Cart
    • Printed Edition + PDF
    • Immediate download
    • $112.00
    • Add to Cart

Customers Who Bought This Also Bought

 

About This Item

 

Full Description

ISO 8502-6:2020 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.

 

Document History

  1. ISO 8502-6:2020

    👀currently
    viewing


    Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products - Tests for the assessment of surface cleanliness - Part 6: Extraction of water soluble contaminants for analysis (Bresle method)

    • Most Recent
  2. ISO 8502-6:2006


    Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products - Tests for the assessment of surface cleanliness - Part 6: Extraction of soluble contaminants for analysis - The Bresle method

    • Historical Version
  3. ISO 8502-6:1995


    Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products - Tests for the assessment of surface cleanliness - Part 6: Extraction of soluble contaminants for analysis - The Bresle method

    • Historical Version