|24-01-2011, 06:58 PM||#1|
Laboratory Testing of Cquartz by Milosz
Hi all !
I have got Cquartz sample, so start testing. Thanks to Avi for the sample.
Thanks also for the samples of painted panels for Witman Sp. z o. o. - Authorized Dealer & Service Mercedes-Benz Gdańsk .
Today I started to prepare the surface. Then I put it Cquartz Prepared surfaces.
- clean surface
- the imposition of the upper layer of the sample Cquartz
below the number of paint and what model of car (Mercedes sample)
Tomorrow I lay Cqartz again. Then I will make UV test.
Sample test for corrosive environment. I will measure the corrosion rate:
- Aluminium + Cquartz
- galvanized steel
- galvanized steel + Cqartz
Compare the results, which provide weight loss. (weight loss due to corrosion). Coating applied to the surface without paint.
-galvanized steel - securing the edge of the "Belzona"
-put it Cquartz samples
Galvanized steel sample
A bit of chemical composition.
carrier mineral oil> 55%
coopolymer Surfactant <1%
Advanced technology based on silica. Properties of the coating can be adjusted according to your needs. Here we have a well-chosen chemical composition. With the additions we can improve the coating properties. TiO2 - self-cleaning property. Al2O3 - temperature resistance. The rest is responsible for the cohesion and adhesion of the coating. Not only the content of SiO2 is important.
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|24-01-2011, 07:16 PM||#2|
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interesting reading looking forward to your findings though would be good for you to compare to another silica car care product
|25-01-2011, 11:39 AM||#7|
Today I measured the thickness of the coating.
sample B 197 without coat
sample B 197 with coat Cquartz
my note :
the average thickness of the coating Cquartz:
B 197 = 6.2 μm
C = 2.8 μm
CLS C544 = 8.28 μm
After measuring, I once again put on Cquartz sample.
Electrodes prepared to test for corrosion resistance.
-degreasing and cleaning C2H5OH
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|25-01-2011, 03:44 PM||#8|
i see you are well testing, even better than independent labs.
i would like to clarify one thing though to the DW members here!!
i didnt pay you or have any business relationship with you .
the only connection between us was 10 days ago once you asked for Cquartz sample , which is the only free 10ml that i sent to Milosz.
so people here wont think its kind of a fraud or marketing step by me.
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|25-01-2011, 04:54 PM||#9|
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Could the TS find out how many microns the Cquartz layer is when its topped once and twice?
|25-01-2011, 05:31 PM||#10|
The thickness of the coating in my test was measured after the imposition of a single the coating. It did not impose a very thin the coating layers. Also, gently polished. Tomorrow, I measure the thickness of two layers, and after a powerful polishing. Such surface preparation will be better for my tests. It is known that before there is a reaction with lacquer has to take some time. Remember that it is also testing a ceramic lacquers the coating so Cquartz behavior may be different (because of the the coherence of the structure, the pores, of ceramic coating).
I don't have any business with Avi. I've just make a tests fo my BSC Thesis. ( I hope i will be engineer soon )
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