E – 03 Standard Guide for Defining the Test Result of a Test Method, observation, test determination, test method, test result. ASTM E Standard Guide for Defining the Test Result of a Test Method. standard by ASTM International, 10/01/ View all product details. observation. E precision, n—the closeness of agreement between independent test results obtained under stipulated conditions.

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ASTM E2282 – 14

The category – similar standards: Unfavorable viewing conditions are those which make it difficult to read the message of the sign. This practice keeps your Overhead Power Lines Sign from peeling, unlike signs from companies that laminate graphics over ee2282 materials.

Your browser does not currently support JavaScript. American technical standard Category: By browsing this website you expresses your consent with using cookies. The viewing distances listed in this chart reflect the maximum viewing distance for the f2282 under favorable viewing conditions. Do you want to make sure you use only the valid technical standards? This Overhead Power Lines Sign is printed quickly and without set-up charges or a need e2228 minimum orders due to the use of the latest digital printing processes, including printing UV ink text and graphics directly to the substrate, without lamination.

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A Overhead Power Lines Sign is a helpful aid for the protection of the health and safety e282 personnel, and is not an alternative for required protective actions for eliminating or reducing hazards. Clean and dry surface before applying. We choose our printing processes for each product carefully so you receive the best astk product at the lowest price with industry-leading turnaround times.

Test conditions and procedures in general. Favorable viewing conditions are those which allow for a clear, unobstructed view of the message on the sign. It is an economical alternative to aluminum without a significant compromise in durability.

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Cross-Hatch Ink Adhesion Test. The pattern free face allows for clean graphic imaging. Due to the size of this product, freight shipping will be required.

ASTM E – 03 Standard Guide for Defining the Test Result of a Test Method

If you would like to use your own freight carrier, please include your freight carrier account in the special instructions box at the bottom of the checkout page before placing your order. Here are the instructions on how to enable JavaScript in your web browser. A customer service representative will be in contact with you if there are any questions. PDF – Immediate download – Warning Your browser does not currently support JavaScript. Examples of favorable viewing conditions are a bright lighting source over the sign, clear weather conditions, and a clear line of sight with no obstructions blocking the view of the sign from certain angles and no other nearby signs creating distractions.


NS The number of pages: This specifically tests the adhesion and resistance to separation of the inks from the sign. Rust-Free Aluminum A durable metal material that will not chip, crack, or rust, offers superior resistance to harsh weather conditions, and has good chemical resistance properties.

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ASTM E2282-14

In unfavorable conditions, the sign is viewable at up to half the favorable distance. The optimal choice for outdoor usage. Special freight arrangements are necessary.

In testing, a sample from the printing process is scored and covered in adhesive tape. Polyethylene Plastic A tough plastic that is rust free and resistant to chips, cracks, fading and mild chemicals. Reporting of such studies is described in Practice Ewhich illustrates the development of test results from observations and test determinations.

They are not applicable to test determinations or observations, unless specifically and clearly indicated otherwise. Need a quote for a large order?