ASTM D1210 - 05(2014) Standard Test Method for Fineness of Dispersion of Pigment-Vehicle Systems by Hegman-Type Gage

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    D211 Standard Specification for Chrome Yellow and Chrome Orange Pigments

    D333 Standard Guide for Clear and Pigmented Lacquers

    D605 Standard Specification for Magnesium Silicate Pigment (Talc)

    D1316 Standard Test Method for Fineness of Grind of Printing Inks By the NPIRI Grindometer

    D2205 Standard Guide for Selection of Tests for Traffic Paints

    D2218 Standard Specification for Molybdate Orange Pigments

    D3450 Standard Test Method for Washability Properties of Interior Architectural Coatings

    D3730 Standard Guide for Testing High-Performance Interior Architectural Wall Coatings

    D3794 Standard Guide for Testing Coil Coatings

    D4287 Standard Test Method for High-Shear Viscosity Using a Cone/Plate Viscometer

    D4302 Standard Specification for Artists’ Oil, Resin-Oil, and Alkyd Paints

    D5067 Standard Specification for Artists' Watercolor Paints

    D5098 Standard Specification for Artists' Acrylic Dispersion Paints

    D5146 Standard Guide to Testing Solvent-Borne Architectural Coatings

    D5324 Standard Guide for Testing Water-Borne Architectural Coatings

    D5724 Standard Specification for Gouache Paints

    D6280 Standard Specification for Zinc Phosphate Pigments

    D6577 Standard Guide for Testing Industrial Protective Coatings

    D6763 Standard Guide for Testing Exterior Wood Stains and Clear Water Repellents

    F940 Standard Practice for Quality Control Receipt Inspection Procedures for Protective Coatings (Paint), Used in Marine Construction and Shipbuilding

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    D1316 Test Method for Fineness of Grind of Printing Inks By the NPIRI Grindometer