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CIP Level 1 - Quiz 2 - Nov 15 2006

CIP Level 1 - Quiz 2 - Nov 15 2006

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CIP Level 1 – Quiz 2 - Version: A ____________________________________________________________________ 1. A decrease in temperature will generally cause the corrosion rate to I. II. III. A. B. C. D. 2.

increase. decrease. remain constant. I only II only III only I, II and III

Dew point is the temperature at which A. B. C. D. moisture vapor evaporates. moisture vapor condenses. moisture vapor increases. corrosion is slowed down.

3.

Dew point is measured and calculated by using A. B. C. D. steel surface thermometer. humidity indicator strips. sling psychrometer. anemometer.

4.

Steel surface temperature during coating application should be A. B. C. D. the same as dew point temperature. at least 50 F (about 30C) below dew point temperature. at least 50 F (about 30C) above dew point temperature. no more than 50F (about 30C) above dew point temperature.

5.

A sling psychrometer directly measures A. B. C. D. relative humidity. ambient temperature and wet bulb temperature. substrate temperature and wet bulb temperature. dew point.

Updated Nov. 15, 2006

Sand II. D. 5° F (3° C) lower than the dew point temperature. Grit III. Coating operations should NOT take place unless the substrate surface temperature is At least A. does nothing. B. liver. 2006 .6. D. Visual inspection Test papers or chemical test kits Magnetic pull-off DFT gauge Low voltage DC (wet sponge detector) 10. lungs. Updated Nov. B. 9. dissolves in the electrolyte. C. 40F (20C) higher than the dew point temperature. which is a disease of the A. Workers exposed to hazardous levels of free silica dust such as released during the sand blast cleaning process. 15. B. Shot A. C. C. B. 5° F (3° C) above freezing. The cathode of a corrosion cell A. 7. C. B. D. heart. The presence of certain salt deposits such as ferrous sulfate or ferrous hydroxides may be determined by which of the following? A. I & II only I & III only II & III only I. II and III only 8. stomach. is not considered to be part of the corrosion cell. C. may develop silicosis. ISO 8503-1 comparators are available for which of the following abrasives? I. D. D. 5° F (3° C) higher than the dew point temperature. has an opposite electrical polarity to the anode.

15. 15. D. If the desired DFT of a coating is 100 microns (4 mils). use good judgment in deciding whether or not deviation from the specification is allowable. require a cleaner surface than specified. call the coating manufacturer to solve the problem. D.11. advise contractor and owner's representative immediately. verify that only specified materials are used. C. B. D. what wet film thickness will be required if the coating contains 100% volume solids? A. When following a specification for surface preparation standards. ensure specified cleanliness standard is used. 50 microns (2 mils) 75 microns (3 mils) 100 microns (4 mils) 150 microns (6 mils) Updated Nov. require that the area be blasted down to bare metal and recoated. ensure surface is prepared as specified. B. he/she should A. Extra-coarse Testex replica tape is used when it is expected that the depth of the anchor pattern/surface profile to be measured will be 3 mils (75 microns). True False 13. the inspector should NOT A. 2006 . 14. C. If the coating inspector finds that the coating was applied thicker than specified. C. C. Nozzle pressure for manual blast cleaning is generally accepted to be A. B. B. 65 to 90 psi 90 to 100 psi 130 to 150 psi 130 psi and above 12. D. A. B.

D. recommend suitable protective coating systems for each job. the specification calls for white metal. coating specification. 15. 2006 . The coating inspector should require white metal surface preparation if A. locations to be coated. It is the coating inspector's responsibility to A. take the pre-job meeting minutes. surface preparation standards. C. Updated Nov. I only II only III only I. the manufacturer's product data sheet recommends white metal. coating contractor. The coating inspector's responsibility is to A. project engineer. 19. D. 10 15 20 30 20. be sure that the most economical bid for coatings is obtained.16. C. The requirements of a project should be defined by the A. adapt the specification to the realities of the situation. be the expert on coatings. C. D. B. 33 feet is approximately how many meters? A. C. C. be sure that the coatings used are the specified coatings. safety. 21. A well-written coating specification should contain information regarding I. A. III. verify compliance with specification requirements. 18. coating inspector. II and III 17. B. chemical resistance is required. II. D. D. direct the contractors safety meetings. C. immersion surface is required. B. B. D. B. B.

every time mixing and thinning is performed. D. D. C. Inspection of mixing and thinning operations is important A. I only I. II and III only I. C. B. enforce all safety rules. and II only I. observe actions of the contractor. 15.22. only when a new applicator is starting work. III. only when zinc rich coatings are used. Corrosion is slower in hot environments than in cool ones. 24. An inspector's primary duty is to I. True False Updated Nov. IV. document actions of the contractor. 2006 . II. B. A. II and IV only 23. only when inorganic zinc coatings are used. report actions of the contractor. B. A.

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