BS EN ISO 787-22:2017 Visual inspection (testing), Paints, Stain tests, Colour-fastness tests

BS EN ISO 787-22:2017

General methods of test for pigments and extenders. Comparison of resistance to bleeding of pigments

Status : Current   Published : July 1980



What is this standard about?

This part of ISO 787 specifies a general method for comparing the resistance to bleeding of a pigment with that of an agreed sample.

NOTE — When this general method is applicable to a given pigment, only a cross-reference to it should be included in the International Standard relating to that pigment with a note of any detailed modification which may be needed in view of the special properties of the pigment in question. Only when this general method is not applicable to a particular pigment should a special method for comparison of resistance to bleeding be specified.

Standard NumberBS EN ISO 787-22:2017
TitleGeneral methods of test for pigments and extenders. Comparison of resistance to bleeding of pigments
Publication Date31 July 1980
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 3668, ISO 842
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
International RelationshipsEN ISO 787-22:2017,ISO 787-22:1980
Amended ByCorrigendum, November 2018
DescriptorsVisual inspection (testing), Paints, Stain tests, Colour-fastness tests, Paint extenders, Pigments, Testing conditions, Extenders, Comparative tests, Colour tests
Title in FrenchMéthodes générales d'essai des pigments et matières de charge Comparaison de la résistance au saignement des pigments
Title in GermanAllgemeine Prüfmethoden für Pigmente und Füllstoffe Vergleich der Beständigkeit von Pigmenten gegen Ausbluten
ISBN978 0 580 96833 4
File Size245 KB

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