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MALAYSIAN STANDARD MS 133: PART G6:1978 (CONFIRMED:2011) METHODS OF TEST FOR PAINTS PART G6: RESISTANCE

MALAYSIAN

STANDARD

MS 133: PART G6:1978

(CONFIRMED:2011)

METHODS OF TEST FOR PAINTS PART G6: RESISTANCE TO FUNGAL GROWTH

ICS: 87.040

Descriptors: paints, resistance, fungal growth

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MS l.38:Part G6:1978

This Malaysian Standard, which had been approved by the Material and Chemical Industry Standards Committee and endorsed by the Council of the Standards and Industrial Research Institute of Malaysia (SIRIM) was published under the authority of the SIRIM

Council

in April, 1978.

SIRIM wishes to draw attention to the fact that this Malaysian Standard does not purport to include all the necessary provisions of a contract.

The Malaysian Standards are subject to periodical review to keep abreast of progress in the industries concerned. Suggestions for improvements will be recorded and in due course brought to the notice of the Committees charged with the revision of the standards to which they refer.

The following references relate to the work on this standard:

Committee reference:

Draft for comment:

SIRIM/TC3(ISC1)/OO1

D158(ISC1)

MS l.38~PartG6:1978

CONTENTS

Page

Committee representation

3

Foreword

4

1 Scope

5

2 Sampling

5

3 Preparation of test specimens

5

4 Test cabinet

6

5 Treatment of the test specimens after painting and before exposing in the test cabinet

6

6 Types of inocula and method of application

6

7 Test

procedure

7

8 Assessment

of results

7

9 Report

of test

7

Figures

1 Fungal

test cabinet

8

2 Plan and elevations

of fungal test cabinet

8

Committee representation

MS l.38:PartG6:1978

The Material and Chemical lnduatry Standards Committee under whose supervision this Malaysian Standard was prepared, comprises representatives from the following Government Ministries, trade, commerce and

manufacturer association and scientific and professional bodies.

F ederation of Malaysian

Manufacturers

Institution

of Engineers,

Malaysia

Malayan

Plastic

Association

Ma I ayan

Rubber

Goods

Manufacturers Association

Malaysian Institute of Architects Malaysian Institute of Chemistry

Malaysian

Chamber

Malaysian Paint Manufacturers Association

International

of Commerce and Industry

Malaysian

Scientific

Association

Ministry

of

Defence

Ministry of Health (Institute for Medical Research) Ministry of Labour and Manpower

Ministry of Primary Industry (Mines Department) Ministry of Trade and Industry Ministry of Works and Utilities (Public Works Department)

Rubber Producers’ Council of Malaysia

Rubber Research

University of Malaya

Institute

of Malaysia

The Technical Committee on Testing of Paints md Allied Products which prepared this Malsysiari Standard consists of representatives from the following member organizations:

Federation of Malaysian Manufacturers

Institution of Engineers, Malaysia Malaysian Institute of Architects Malaysian Paint Manufacturers Association

Malaysian

Master

Ministry of Defence (Defence Research Centre)

Scientific

Association

Builders’

Association

Ministry

of

Housing

and Local Government

Ministry

of Land and Regional Development

Ministry of Technology, Research and Co-ordination of New Villages

Ministry of Works and Power (Public Works Department) National Chamber of Commerce University of Malaya

MS 1.38:PaitG6:1978

FOREWORD

This Malaysian Standard was prepared by the Technical Committee on Testing of Paints and Allied Products under the authority of the Material and Chemical Industry Standards Committee.

This Part of the Malaysian Standard describes a rapid method for assessing the resist- ance of paint coatings and related materials to fungal growth. It has been shown to correlate well with actual exposure of films of an alkyd paint containing a variety of fungicides in different parts of the world. A correlation exercise carried out in the UK and which include emulsion paints and which used the cabinet described in clause 3 and other cabinets of a similar type has given good agreement of results. The test described in this part is an accelerated method for assessing the resistance of paints containing fungicides to mould growth under conditions of elevated temperature and high humidity.

It is recommended that this part be read in conjunction with the general information in the Introduction to MS1 .38 issued separately in this series of standards.

In the preparation of this standard, reference was made to the following publications:-

(I)

Testing Biocidal Paints,

 

W.

Robert

Springls Paint Research Association,

Teddington,

 

United Kingdom.

(ii)

Laboratory Test method for Biocidal

Paints,

Catherine E. Skinner Paint Research Association, Teddington, United Kingdom.

(iii)

A method

for Testing the Mould Resistance of Paints

Sheila Barry, A.T. Bravery, and L.J. Coleman

mt. Biodeterior. Bull

(ISSN.

0020-6164)13(2)1977.