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Author Topic: Yak-11  (Read 1480 times)
Massimo Tessitori
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« on: September 23, 2013, 07:57:36 AM »

Hi,
I'm reading the pago on Yak-11 written by an old friend  Wink on http://www.redbanner.co.uk/History/Yak11/Yak11_paint.html
Although the page is nice, there are some things that don't convince me. For example:
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For the purposes of 'UV protection', the MAP also specified that lacquer AII Aluminium should be used as an external primer over all surfaces, supplanting the more usual ALG-1 primer.....
...While AII Aluminium was no doubt effective against UV rays, it was certainly inferior to the usual primer, ALG-1, as regards protection against moisture. Therefore, with the MAP in a state over the costs of fighting moisture deterioration in the VVS, the use of proper ALG-1 priming was immediately reinstated.
I suppose that AII aluminium was suitable for fabric and wood surfaces only, while ALG-1 was suitable for metal surfaces only.
Any ideas?
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Massimo
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