ASTM D - Standard Test Method for Conductimetric Analysis of Water Soluble Ionic Contaminatio. ASTM D standard describes the conductivity test used to assess the presence of ASTM D test method consists in combining equivalent volumes of. Designation: D 98 (Reapproved ) Standard Test Method for Conductimetric Analysis of Water Soluble Ionic Contamination of Blasting Download . In the ASTM Method the weight of the abrasive is not known; this.
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Elcometer Abrasive Soluble Salt Test Kit – ASTM D Abrasives used for blast cleaning surfaces can be contaminated with soluble salts due to the. Abrasives used for blast cleaning surfaces can be contaminated with soluble salts due to the source or the re-use of the blasting media. Testing abrasives on site for soluble salt contamination can be carried out quickly and easily using the Elcometer Abrasive Soluble Salt. This standard is issued under the fixed designation D ; the number immediately following The ASTM method allows a user to measure a loose packed.
A number in parentheses indicates the year of last reapproval. A superscript epsilon e indicates an editorial change since the last revision or reapproval. Scope 1. A volume comparison is more closely related to surface area of the abrasives than is a weight comparison. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.
The ranked order correlation between the two methods was unity. There was no direct correlation possible between numerical results obtained and reported by the two different methods.
Abrasives that showed qualifying extracted salts using the ISO Procedure also showed qualifying extracted salt levels as speci?
The conversion factor from? Test the samples separately. Calibration and Standardization 8. This constant should be checked periodically, one method being as follows: 8.
NOTE 3—In general the cell constant is not greatly affected by variations in the strength of the KCl solution, but, for greater accuracy, measurements should be made at or near the speci? Reagents and Materials 6. Unless otherwise indicated, it is intended that all reagents conform to the speci?
Sampling 7. When no markings distinguishing between units of production appear, take samples from the different packages in 8. Procedure 9. Let stand for 8 min and then stir again for 1 min. The amount of supernatant liquid?
Use successive portions of the sample until a constant value is obtained. Pharmacopeial Convention, Inc. Calculation Report Precision and Bias 7 Request RR: D However, the bias introduced by this factor is in the proper direction. That is, high conductivity due to a lower pH of the contamination would normally indicate greater corrosion potential.
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Your comments will receive careful consideration at a meeting of the responsible technical committee, which you may attend. If you feel that your comments have not received a fair hearing you should make your views known to the ASTM Committee on Standards, at the address shown below. Significance and Use4. However, slags quenched with seawater or other con-taminated water, contain high amounts of ionic material asdoes seashore sand.
This contamination of the abrasive cantransfer to the steel surfaces being blasted, where it mayaccelerate corrosion. This test is useful in establishing thecleanliness of the abrasive at the jobsite.
Thus, it provides an indication of ioniccorrosion potential. Either a dip-type, pipet-type, orcup-type cell may be used. A means of adjusting for tempera-ture or controlling the temperature is essential.
While someinstruments have an adjustment to compensate for temperature,one means is to use a 25C constant temperature bath.
Anothermethod is to stir the solution with a clean thermometer whilethe vessel is warmed or cooled by an external source. It differs from this testmethod in two major areas: 1 The ISO method uses a weight to volume ratio between the abrasiveand the fluid deionized water used to extract soluble salts from theabrasive.
The ASTM method allows a user to measure a loose packedvolume of abrasive and mix that abrasive with an equal volume of reagentwater. The ISO method is well suited to use in a laboratory setting but ispoorly suited to use in the field.
The ASTM method is well suited for usein the field or laboratory. Current edition approved January 10, Published March Originallyapproved in Last previous edition approved in as D - Method to Method Comparison:The reader is warned that it is difficult to make direct comparisons between the results of these two different methods of analysis.
Comparisons Between Reported Units for Each Method:An independent study by SSPC showed that the relative order of extracted salts using each type of procedure on abrasive materials wasidentical. The ranked order correlation between the two methods wasunity. There was no direct correlation possible between numerical resultsobtained and reported by the two different methods.
Reagents and Materials6. Unless otherwise indicated, it is intended thatall reagents conform to the specifications of the Committee onAnalytical Reagents of the American Chemical Society wheresuch specifications are available. Take two 1-Lsamples of abrasive at random from different packages of eachlot, batch, days pack, or other unit of production in theshipment.
When no markings distinguishing between units ofproduction appear, take samples from the different packages in the ratio of two samples for each kg, except that forshipments of less than kg, take two samples.
Test thesamples separately. Calibration and Standardization8.