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2017 PCA International Conference (Le Westin Hotel in Montreal, Canada)

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Recommended ASTM Test Methods for PCA Members
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1.


D233

Test method of sampling and testing turpentine.
2.
D509

Test method for sampling and grading rosin.
3.
D801

Test method of sampling and testing dipentene.
4.
D802

Test method of sampling and testing pine oils.
5.
D889

Test method for volatile oil in rosin.
6.
D 1544

Test method for color of transparent liquids (Gardner color scale).
7.
D 1981

Test method for measuring color after heating of tall oil fatty acids.
8.
D 5768

Test method for determination of iodine value of tall oil fatty acids.
9.
D 5974

Test method for fatty and rosin acids in tall oil fractionation products by capillary gas chromatography.

10.


D 6090     


Test method for softening point of resins by Mettler Cup and Ball method.

11.


D 6166

Test method for color of naval stores and related products, instrumental determination of Gardner color.
12.
D 6267

Standard Test Method for Apparent Viscosity of Hydrocarbon Resins and Rosin Resins at Elevated Temperatures.

13.
D 6387

Test method for composition of turpentine and related terpene products by capillary gas chromatography.

14.


D 6493

Standard Test Method for Softening Point of Hydrocarbon Resins and Rosin Resins by Automated Ring and Ball Apparatus.
15.
D 6579

Standard Practice for Molecular Weight.Averages and Molecular Weight Distributions by Size Exclusion of Hydrocarbon Resins and Rosin Resins by Size-Exclusion Chromatography.
16.
D 6604      


Standard Practice for Glass Transition Temperatures of Hydrocarbon Resins and Rosin Resins by Differential Scanning Calorimetry.

17.


E 28

Test method for softening point of resins derived from naval stores by Ring and Ball apparatus.