Dulux Australia

Site

Innovation Centre

Accreditation No.

297

Site No.

290

Date of Accreditation

Address

1956 Dandenong Road
Clayton, VIC 3168
Australia

dulux.com.au

Contact

Mr Zoran Krnic P: +61 (03) 92635755

Availability

Services conditionally available to external clients

Scope of Accreditation

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ISO/IEC 17025 (2005)

Manufactured Goods

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Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Material performance evaluation of paint and related products Architectural coatings; Decorative coatings; Industrial coatings; Marine coatings; Protective coatings on wooden furniture Resistance to mudcracking Visual comparison

AS 1580.409.1

Evaluation of materials suitable for test panels Visual comparison

AS 1580.103.1, AS 1580.104.1

Density tests Pycnometer

AS 1580.202.1

Gloss Gloss meter

AS 1580.481.1.5

Consistency Consistency by rotothinner

AS 1580.214.4

Dry film thickness Microscopic examination

In-house method 440H

Adhesion Crosscut test

AS 1580.408.4

Drying time Mechanical thumb

AS 1580.401.6

Drying time BK type recorder

AS 1580.401.3

Discolouration Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.2

Blocking resistance of latex paint finishes Visual comparison

AS 1580.409.3

Degree of cracking Microscopic examination; Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.8

Non-volatile content Gravimetric

AS 1580.301.1

Colour measurement Spectrophotometry

AS 1580.601.3

Outdoor weathering To be determined

AS 1580.457.1

Assessing the individual film defects by the appropriate method(s) of AS 1580.481 through AS 1580.481.1.13 and AS 1580.481.3.

Degree of flaking and peeling Microscopic examination; Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.10

Wet film thickness Wet film thickness by gauge

AS 1580.107.3

Dry hiding power contrast ratio Visual comparison

AS 1580.213.2

Application properties - Brush Visual comparison

AS 1580.205.1

Degree of chalking Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.11

Colour measurement Visual comparison

AS 1580.601.1

Degree of colour change Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.12

Gloss Gloss meterat 20°, 60° and 85°

AS 1580.602.2

Ease of manual re-incorporation Visual comparison

AS 1580.211.2

Consistency Stormer viscometer

AS 1580:214.1

Application properties - Spray Airless spray; Conventional spray

AS 1580.205.2;

AS 1580.205.4 
Adhesion Knife test

AS 1580.408.2

Sample preparation Routine conditions - Temperature/humidity/airflow

AS 1580.101.1, AS 1580.101.4, AS 1580.101.5

Resistance to washing Gloss meter; Visual comparison

AS 1580.459.1

Viscosity Cone viscometer; Plate viscometer

AS 1580.214.3

Consistency Consistency by rotational viscometer

AS 1580.214.5

Application properties - Roller Paint inspection gauge; Visual comparison

AS 1580.205.3

Application properties - BrushApplication of paint at a nominated spreading rate Classical; GravimetricWet film mass

AS 1580:107.8

Relative dry hiding power Visual comparison

AS 1580.213.1

Sample preparation Not applicable

AS 1580.106.1

Degree of blistering Microscopic examination; Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.9

Degree of checking Microscopic examination; Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.7

Degree of settling Visual comparison

AS 1580.211.1

Fineness Classical

AS 1580.204.1

Skin formation Classical

AS 1580.203.1

Appearance Visual comparison

AS 1580.603.1

Recoating properties Visual comparison

AS 1580.404.1

Low temperature coalescence Visual comparison

AS 1580.409.2

Density tests GravimetricPressure cup

In-house method 3N

Architectural coatings; Decorative coatings; Industrial coatings; Marine coatings; Protective coatings on wooden furnitureLatex undercoat and sealer Sealing property Gloss meter

AS 3730.18 Appendix B

Architectural coatings; Decorative coatings; Marine coatings; Protective coatings on wooden furniture Light fastness Spectrophotometry; Visual comparison

AS 1580.482.1

ISO/IEC 17025 (2005)

Materials

Withdrawn
Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Sample collection Paints and related coating materials Not applicable To be determined

AS 1580.102.1

ISO/IEC 17025 (2005)

Manufactured Goods

Withdrawn
Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Material performance evaluation of paint and related products Architectural coatings; Decorative coatings; Industrial coatings; Marine coatings; Protective coatings on wooden furniture Gloss Gloss meterat 20°, 60° and 85°

AS 1580.602.2

Thinner compatibility Visual comparison

AS 1580.208.1

Consistency Consistency by rotational viscometer

AS 1580.214.5

Application properties - Spray Conventional spray AS 1580.205.2
Surface dry condition evaluation Visual comparison

AS 1580.401.1

Dry film thickness; Water absorption Paint inspection gauge

AS 1580.108.1

Ductility Visual comparison

AS 1580.402.1

Outdoor weathering To be determinedNULL

AS 1580.457.1

Assessing the individual film defects by the appropriate method(s) of AS 1580.481 through AS 1580.481.1.13 and AS 1580.481.3.
Resistance to mudcracking Visual comparison

AS 1580.409.1

Non-volatile content Gravimetric

AS 1580.301.1

Evaluation of materials suitable for test panels Visual comparison

AS 1580.103.1, AS 1580.104.1

Adhesion Crosscut test

AS 1580.408.4

Colour measurement Spectrophotometry

AS 1580.601.3

Sample preparation Routine conditions - Temperature/humidity/airflow

AS 1580.101.1, AS 1580.101.4, AS 1580.101.5

Degree of cracking Microscopic examination; Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.8

Impact resistance Falling weight

AS 1580.406.1

Density tests GravimetricPressure cup

In-house method 3N

Application properties - BrushApplication of paint at a nominated spreading rate Classical; Wet film thickness by gaugeGauge

AS 1580:107.8

Ease of manual re-incorporation Visual comparison

AS 1580.211.2

Drying time Mechanical thumb

AS 1580.401.6

Adhesion Knife test

AS 1580.408.2

Scratch resistance Visual comparison

AS 1580.403.1

Density tests Pycnometer

AS 1580.202.1

Degree of flaking and peeling Microscopic examination; Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.10

Appearance Visual comparison

AS 1580.603.1

Degree of checking Microscopic examination; Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.7

Abrasion resistance Visual comparison

AS 1580.403.3

Sanding appraisal; Surface dry condition evaluation Visual comparison

AS 1580.401.5

Recoating properties Visual comparison

AS 1580.404.1

Wet film thickness Wet film thickness by gauge

AS 1580.107.3

Drying time BK type recorder

AS 1580.401.3

Discolouration Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.2

Hardness Pencil hardness

AS 1580.405.1

Degree of corrosion of coated metal substrates Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.3

Consistency Stormer viscometer

AS 1580:214.1

Degree of settling Visual comparison

AS 1580.211.1

Fineness Classical

AS 1580.204.1

Sample preparation Not applicable

AS 1580.105.1, AS 1580.105.2

Degree of dirt collection Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.3

Degree of erosion Paint inspection gauge; Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.6

Degree of dirt retention Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.4

Skin formation Classical

AS 1580.203.1

Consistency Consistency by rotothinner

AS 1580.214.4

Dry film thickness Microscopic examination

In-house method 440H

Degree of blistering Microscopic examination; Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.9

Adhesion Pull-off test

AS 1580.408.5

Colour measurement Visual comparison

AS 1580.601.1

Consistency Consistency by flow-cup

AS 1580.214.2

Gloss Gloss meter; Thermal

AS 1580.481.1.5

Degree of chalking Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.11

Degree of fungal or algal growth Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.13

Degree of colour change Visual comparison

AS 1580.481.1.12

Road marking paint Resistance of bleeding of pavement marking paint Visual comparison

AS 4049.1 Appendix E

No-pick-up time tests of road marking paints Visual comparison

AS 1580.401.8

Fineness Gravimetric

AS 4049.1 Appendix D

ISO/IEC 17025 (2005)

Materials

Withdrawn
Service Product Determinant Technique Procedure
Sample collection Paints and related coating materials Not applicable To be determined

AS 1580.102.1

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