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ISO 12944-3:1998

Paints and varnishes - Corrosion protection of steel structures by protective paint systems - Part 3: Design considerations

This part of ISO 12944 deals with the basic criteria for the design of steel structures to be coated by protective paint systems in order to avoid premature corrosion and degradation of the coating or the structure. It gives examples of appropriate and inappropriate design, indicating how problems of application, inspection and maintenance of paint systems can be avoided. Design measures which facilitate handling and transport of the steel structures are also considered.

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