國 際 認 證

ASTM (Am Society for Testing and Materials) TESTING:
B 117

15,000 Hour Salt Spray (Fog)

- Salt Spray Fog Testing

- RUST GRIPR over Steel

D-257-99

D-C Resistance of Insulating Materials

- Surface Resistivity = 5.237E+15

- Volume Resistivity = 5.263E+15

D 522

Mandrel Bend

- Method A - Conical Mandrel - 7.25% Elongation

- Method B - Cylindrical Bend - No Cracking Over ½ Inch Rod

D 610

Percentage of Surface Rusted = Rating 9

D 714

No Blistering = Rating 10 (Perfect)

D 1654

No Loss of Adhesion = Rating 10

DG 20-88

Chemical Resistance = Excellent

D 2369

Volatile Content of Coatings

- 380 g/L and 3.17 gal/lb

D 3359

Adhesion and Penetration

- Penetration through 18 layers of Lead Based Paint

- Rated 5A = Excellent

D 4060

Tabor Abrasion Resistance

- 1000 Cycles with a CS 17 Wheel, 1000 Gram Load

- 18 milligram loss per 1000 Cycles Rated Excellent

D 4541

Standard Method for Pull-0ff Strength

-Pull-Off Strength = 2248 psi

D 5894

Standard Practice for Cyclic Salt Fog/UV

Exposure of Painted Metal

- 10,000 Hours of Exposure

- No Signs of Blistering or UV Radiation Degrading

- ASTM D 610 Rating: 9-P, 10, and 10 (Perfect)

D 6904

Resistance to Wind-Driven Rain for Exterior

Coatings Applied to Masonry = No Penetration

D 7088

Resistance to Hydrostatic Pressure for

Coatings Used in Below Grade Applications

Applied to Masonry = No Penetration

E 1088-00

Spread of Flame Tests on Pitched Roofs

- Class “A” Non-combustible

E 903-96

Spectral Reflectance

- Average of 3 Tests

  44.6% Solar Reflectance

  55.5% Solar Absorption

E 1795

Encapsulation of Leaded Paint in Buildings

- Direct Impact Resistance (ASTM D 2794)

- Adhesion (ASTM D 3359, D 4541)

- Dry Abrasion Resistance (ASTM D 4060)

- Water Vapor Transmission (ASTM D 1653)

- Flexibility – Mandrel Bend (ASTM D 522)

- Distilled Water Resistance – Immersion 24 hours

- .010” Tinplated Steel (ASTM D 1308, D 3359)

-  1/4” Steel or Aluminum (ASTM D 1308, D 4541)

- Chemical Resistance – 24 Hours- 12 Reagents

- Spot Test on Glass (ASTM D 1308)

- Surface Burning Characteristics (E 84)

- Volatile Organic Content (VOC)

E 1795

Encapsulation of Leaded Paint in Buildings

- (ASTM D 2369, D 4017, D 3960, D 1475)

- Weathering (1000 hours)

- Aging (interior and exterior)

- Scrub Resistance (ASTM D 2486)

- Black Plastic – No Break thru after 12 cycles)

- Mildew Resistance (ASTM D 3273, 3274)

- Paint / Repair Ability (ASTM D 3359)

- Tensile Properties (6780psi after 3 weeks)

- Visco-Elastic Properties (ASTM D 2370

F 963

Compliance with Maximum Soluble Limits

- Antimony, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium

- Lead, mercury, and selenium

G 20

Chemical Resistance of Pipeline Coatings

- 5 % Ammonia, 5 % Urea and Diesel Fuel

- 180 Days – No Failure.

G 85

Prohesion (Louisiana DOT)

- 1500 Hour Salt Fog

- Rated 9 (out of a possible 10 rating)

TESTING FOR ABS (AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING), IMO
(INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION) AND U.S.
COAST GUARD APPROVAL.
IMO A 653

Flame Spread and Heat Release

- IMO Res. A 653 (16) = Passed

MSC 41

Smoke and Toxicity

- MSC Res. 41 (64) = Passed

Rame-Hart Static Contact Angle (Young’s Equation):

Static contact angle of Rust Grip® is lower than water demonstrating that Rust Grip® has exceptional wettability, adhesiveness, and high solid surface free energy for greater penetration into the substrate.

China Center for Technical Testing:
National Measurement M0729
GB/T 1771-91

Resistance to Salt Fog (2000 hours)

GB/T 1866-88

Manuel Aging (2000 hours)

GB/T 10834-88

Resistance to Salt Water (1000 hours)

GB/T 5219-85

Adhesion (pulling apart method)

 Window Recycling Test for Encapsulation of Lead Based Paint:

Testing Was Done for Encapsulating Existing Lead Based Paint on Windows for HUD

- Window coated with RUST GRIP® - Cycled 29,700 Times

- Coated surface showed no wear, friction burn, or lead-based paint  exposure

Maximum Temperature Exposure Test:

Thermal Analysis Testing was Performed on RUST GRIP® to Determine Maximum Temperature Exposure During Application and Operation Maximum temperature is 600 degrees F (315 degrees C) – Based on Cyclic and Not Constant Heat