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    If the dry film thickness exceeds 300 m

    Hello.

    If the dry film thickness exceeds 300 m, then application of paint A followed by topcoat X may proceed without any additional epoxy application.

    I would like to ensure that I got the sentence right.
    If the dry film thickness exceeds 300 m, then you may apply paint A, after which/upon which topcoat X is put on, without any additional epoxy application.
    Am I far from the truth?
    Thank you.

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    Re: If the dry film thickness exceeds 300 m

    If the dry film thickness exceeds 300 m, then application of paint A followed by topcoat X may proceed without any additional epoxy application.

    I would like to ensure that I got the sentence right.
    If the dry film thickness exceeds 300 m, then you may apply paint A, after which/upon which topcoat X is put on, without any additional epoxy application.

    Am I far from the truth?
    The only change I would make to the first example would to add "the" before "application".

    If the dry film thickness exceeds 300 m, then the application of paint A followed by topcoat X may proceed without any additional epoxy application.

    The second sentence is fine as it is.

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