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far PART 43 appendix D

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Pitot tubes, static ports, hinges, sealed areas and bearings, wheels

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Soap detergents and water

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Solvents and emulsions

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Mild soap and water

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Soap and water

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1. Environmental conditions 2. Electrolytes 3. Potential differnce

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1. Surface 2. Intergranualr 3. Filliform 4. Galvanic 5. Oxidation 6. Pitting 7. Fretting

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Incomplete curing of a wash primer, prior to painting

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Blistered paint surfaces/ bubbles under the paint

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Corrosive environment and sustained tensile stress

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Steel pin and aluminium hinge material are dissimilar metals

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Dark, smoky appearance and often appears around the backs of rivets

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Keep clean and properly lubricated

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1. Cleaning 2. Lubrication 3.Sealing 4. Inspection 5. Installing protective coats/ coverings

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Nylon scrubber pads (Scotch Brite), aluminium wool or wire brush

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Steel particles become embedded in aluminium and cause corrosion

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Chemical that creates protective coating on aluminium alloys, and increases painting ability

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It removes anodized finish

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They cause the least amount of deterioration

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Under a dense coating of topcoat enamel such as polyurethane. Filliform corrosion is caused by improperly cured primer.

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In a location where there is a light amount of relative movement between two components and no way for the corrosive residue to be removed as it forms.

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Along the grain boundaries of aluminum alloys that have been improperly heat-treated. Extruded aluminum alloy is susceptible to intergranular corrosion.

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Anywhere different types of metal come in contact with each other, especially where moisture is present.

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In any metal component that is continually under a tensile stress. The metal around holes in castings that are fitted with pressed-in bushings is susceptible to stress corrosion.

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Remove the corrosion residue with a bristle brush or a nylon scrubber. Neutralize the surface with chromic acid or with some typer of conversion coating. Protect the surface from further corrosion with a coat of paint.

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An oxide coating or aluminum cladding.

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By glass bead blasting, by careful polishing with mild abrasive paper, or by using fine buffing compound on a cloth buffing wheel.

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Aluminum wool or aluminum wire brushed. Severe corrosion can be removed with a rotary file.

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Methyl Ethyl Ketone (MEK) or lacquer thinner