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Which of the following resins do not require sanding between coats?
Technician A says that using EVERCOAT Laminating Resin will help to secure the fiberglass mat in place during the lay-up process. Technician B says that using the Premium Marine Resin or Automotive Fiberglass Resin can be used as the final coat to make sanding and finishing easier. Who is correct?
Which of the following resins is a general-purpose economy resin?
Which of the following Fiberglass Reinforcements will conform to any shape?
When using Fiberglass Cloth for repairs and fabrication it is recommended to alternate the direction of the fabric to maximize strength.
When using multiple layers of reinforcing materials, which reinforcement is best for the first/initial layer of the repair layers?
Which of the following fiberglass reinforcements are to be used as the final/finishing layer of a repair to avoid pattern mapping?
Technician A says that for most typical smaller repairs where minimal build up is required that multiple layers of Fiberglass Mat be used. Technician B says that for larger or more complex repairs where more strength is required that fiberglass cloth and woven roving are the only reinforcements that are needed. Who is correct?
Which of the following fiberglass reinforcements are best for use as a non-raveling edge, for reinforcing seams. or for small repair areas?
Which repair procedure works best for repairing small holes without the need for a backer panel?
Which repair process requires a backing support for holes.
A “V” Notch preparation procedure is preferred for small to medium repairs.
Which of the following bevel ratios have the highest degree of strength and least possibility of mapping or failure?
Technician A says that a Wax & Grease remover should always be used for the initial cleaning before the repair. Technician B says to only use a Wax & Grease Remover on the fiberglass and to remove the sanding dust. Who is correct?
A thickness measurement is made of 4mm for the fiberglass repair area, with a required bevel ratio of 12:1. Which of the following would be the proper bevel distances for the repair?
For a fiberglass repair that is 4mm thick using Fiberglass Mat with an approximate thickness of .75mm, what is the minimum numbers of layers that would be needed to match the overall thickness of the area? (Hint: 4mm divided .75)