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” Requirements apply to hot-rolled and cold-formed steel profiles.n Analysis methods are described for geometric configurations that are currently in .
One of the independent sources of moisture (corrosive liquid) in steel structures is sewage and other biological waste. These wastewaters, as well as sewage and storm water, can contain toxins that affect, among other things, the corrosion resistance of steel structures, service life, environmental impacts (including soil cover and water quality) and production. Some materials for steel (for example, rolled profiles, steel sandwich panels and structures) can be affected by static electricity. The toxin contained in wastewater can affect the resistance of steel to corrosion, the durability of structures and the performance of equipment. Toxins can also accumulate on the surface of a steel structure and carry heat away from the surface or into the body of the structure. (This information was published in the journal Construction and Engineering Surveys in Construction in 2006). Therefore, it is necessary to carry out proof tests to determine what the corrosion characteristics are, how long after operation, or at what pressure of volatile acids, soil studies should be carried out.
In order to control the resistance of anti-corrosion coatings to aggressive environments, the countries of the European Union (EU) have introduced relevant standards. In countries with a large share of rolled steel (for example, in Germany and Austria), the following standards are mainly applied:
â™¦ ASTM E448 (Analytical Testing and Construction Methods for Panel Freeze). Holding under pressure of 20 kg/cm2 is carried out at a temperature of 10 to 15 Â°C (depending on the requirement) for five minutes to prevent destruction of the coating and for at least twenty minutes after the start of holding under pressure. Visually determine the presence of a change in the color of the coating from gray (unpainted) to black.
â†’ AST N410 (Analysis of Stainless Steel). Exposure under pressure, as a rule, is carried out at a temperature of 10 to 15 degrees (depending on requirements). Visual inspection for damage