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Posted by: wayan

03/21/2005, 04:17:11

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All,

Need a little hepl. What does "Sa" grade stand for in surface blasting / coating terminology?

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Posted by: meremeister

03/21/2005, 09:25:55

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Good question, I had a good search around as you probably did, and all i could find was that its from the Swedish Standard 'SIS 055900' and also should be defined in BS7079 and ISO 8501

At a guess, if its in English, I'd say its something like 'Surface Abrasion'? But its probably a Swedish acronymn.







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Posted by: wayan

03/23/2005, 02:11:40

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I did some search but didnt find what that grade is.
I guess it is like "Surface something" or maybe it is a single word not phrase since the second letter is not capitalized.
It is also stated in AS1627 anyway.






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