The Use of Statistical Methods to Evaluate the Quality of Finishing of Building Products and Construction
The goal of this project is to create guidelines for ensuring the quality of paints and varnishes used in construction products and structures. The utilisation of statistical methods for managing product quality when painting construction products and structures is discussed. The quality of the finish is demonstrated to be dependent on the method of applying the paint as well as the porosity of the cement substrate. The issue of paint and varnish coating qualities safety during storage and operation is serious and important. The minimal roughness value of the coating surface and the minimum value of the risk are common in the event of applying paints to the putty surface, independent of the technique of application, for coatings based on all types of paints. The adoption of the kaizen approach to the renewal of staining technology, based on continuous improvement of activities and providing for the use of statistical methods for managing product quality, is offered to organisations and enterprises engaged in the execution of finishing works. The effect of the quality of a coating’s look on the coating’s lifetime is discussed. It has been demonstrated that coatings with a high roughness index have poor exploitation durability. A model of the cohesive strength of coatings based on surface roughness is presented.
Author (S) Details
V. I. Loganina
Penza State University of Architecture and Construction, Department ‘Quality Management and Technology of Construction Production, Penza, Russia.
T. V. Uchaeva
Department of ‘Economics, Organization and Production Management’, University of Architecture and Construction, Penza, Russia.
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