BS EN 13523-14:2014 - Coil coated metals. Test methods. Chalking (Helmen method)

BS EN 13523-14:2014

Coil coated metals. Test methods. Chalking (Helmen method)

Status : Current, Under review   Published : June 2014



This Part of EN 13523 describes the procedure for determining objectively the chalking resulting from natural or artificial weathering of an organic coating on a metallic substrate. The advantage of this procedure for measuring chalking of an organic coating is that the result can be read off immediately on an instrument. Subjective judgement by visual comparison of test specimens with referencee specimens is not necessary. Experience to date with this test method has been based mainly on artificially weathered specimens. Reproductible results can only de obtained by careful execution of the test.

Standard NumberBS EN 13523-14:2014
TitleCoil coated metals. Test methods. Chalking (Helmen method)
StatusCurrent, Under review
Publication Date30 June 2014
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 13523-0:2014, ISO 2813, EN 13523-10, IEC 60454-2, EN 13523-19, ISO 3270, EN 23270, EN ISO 2813, EN 60454-2
Informative References(Provided for Information)EN ISO 4628-6, DIN 53159, EN 1396, EN 10169, FprEN ISO 4618:2014, ASTM D 659, ISO/FDIS 4618:2014, ISO 4628-6
ReplacesBS EN 13523-14:2001
International RelationshipsEN 13523-14:2014
Draft Superseded By12/30268967 DC
DescriptorsSurface defects, Particulate materials, Coils, Artificial weathering tests, Coatings, Instrumental methods of analysis, Degradation, Metals, Environmental testing, Organic coatings, Decomposition reactions
Title in FrenchTôles prélaquées. Méthodes d'essai. Farinage (méthode Helmen)
Title in GermanBandbeschichtete Metalle. Prüfverfahren. Kreiden (Verfahren nach Helmen)
ISBN978 0 580 80215 7
File Size971 KB

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