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ITRC Report No. R 00-004
Evaluation of Anti-Fouling Paints
Sponsor: California Energy Commission
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Algae and other growth on Replogle flumes, often used as flow measurement devices in irrigation canals, can effect the accuracy of measurements in those canals. Research was conducted to find a product that would prevent buildup on the flumes. Hard anti-fouling paint, designed to be applied to concrete rather than fiberglass, wood, steel or iron, was the type of paint used in this study.
Irrigation Training & Research Center. 2000. Evaluation of Anti-Fouling Paints. ITRC, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, California, USA. ITRC Report No. R 00-004. 10 pp.
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