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About This ProgramThere are many kinds of resin-based coatings for metal, and two primary application techniques. In this course each of these coatings and application techniques are described and illustrated, along with important information on why these coatings fail and how the performance of these coatings is measured. The primary goal of this course is to provide architects and others who work with resin-based coatings for metal with the information they need to ensure that the coated product will perform as expected and provide a durable and long-lasting finish.
- identify the components of paint, as well as common substrates and pretreatments
- describe how the coil- or spray-coating processes are used to capture and incinerate volatile organic compounds, which can cause indoor air quality problems
- explain what causes coating failure and how coatings are tested for weathering and performance
- discuss how resin-based coatings can provide high solar reflectance and thermal emittance values
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Quality Assurance/Quality Control