ISO HANDBOOKS PAINTS & VARNISHES

A collection of more than 280 ISO International Standards covering the best methods for performance of paints and varnishes, as well as for the main groups of raw materials used in their manufacture. Standards for terminology and preparation and protection of steel substrates. Bound into four volumes.
All standards are written in English language. Pictures are printed in black and white.

Check the brochure for a complete overview of the published standards.

 

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Art. No. LD3015

Paint & Varnishes Vol 1. General test methods part 1


Art. No. LD3019

Paint & Varnishes Vol 1. General test methods part 2


Art. No. LD3016

Paint & Varnishes part 2. Raw materials


Art. No. LD3017

Paint & Varnishes part 3. Preparation and protection of steel substrates

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