ASTM-C375 › Standard Classification of Water Used in Milling of Porcelain Enamel
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This classification covers water used in the milling of porcelain enamel frit. Three classes of water are covered: For porcelain enamel frits, Class A water should cause no difficulties in the production of a high quality finish. Class B water may be used by slight compensations in processing. Mill addition water falling into Class C should be treated before use in order to preclude faulty enamel production. For analysis, the following elements and properties shall be determined: sampling, bicarbonate, calcium & magnesium, chloride, hardness, iron, manganese, pH, sulfate, and total solids.
1.1 This classification covers water used in the milling of porcelain enamel frit.
ICS Number Code 25.220.50 (Enamels)
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1958 R16 EDITION
Nov. 15, 2016