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    Author(s): R. Sam Williams; Steve Lacher; Corey Halpin; Christopher White
    Date: 2004
    Source: Proceeding of 4th International Woodcoatings Congress : Development for a Sustainable Future, 2004 October 25-27, The Hague, The Netherlands. Middlesex, UK : The Paint Research Association, 2004: Paper 16: 20 p.: ISBN 0-9543164-9-5
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Description

    The focus of this report is to describe the results from seven different sealant formulations exposed for up to 18 months. The methods used to evaluate the data are described, the difficulties encountered in analyzing the data are discussed, and new developments in the test apparatus are presented.

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    Williams, R. Sam; Lacher, Steve; Halpin, Corey; White, Christopher. 2004. Development of test apparatus for service life prediction of sealant formulations and evaluation of data from 18 months of outdoor weathering. Proceeding of 4th International Woodcoatings Congress : Development for a Sustainable Future, 2004 October 25-27, The Hague, The Netherlands. Middlesex, UK : The Paint Research Association, 2004: Paper 16: 20 p.: ISBN 0-9543164-9-5

    Keywords

    Testing-machines, calking, deterioration, sealing compounds, weathering, accelerated life testing, exposure tests, accelerated testing

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