Question about Salt Spray Testing of Teflon Impregnated Panels (MIL-A-63567A)
May 21, 2012
The spec requires the usual test panels for coating weight, thickness, salt spray, and abrasion. Since the spec says not to seal the Taber panel with Teflon - we just use our standard MIL-A-8625 Taber panel results to cover that one.
QUESTION: Are the MIL-A-63567A salt spray test panels done after the Teflon impregnation such that they are an additional set of (5) panels - totally separate from the standard MIL-A-8625 panels which are sealed with dichromate?
Mike Palatas Management - Gardena, California
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