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PREPARED BY | 02 October 2007 | Lapassak ptt CHECKED BY — | 02 October 2007 | Wisoot C. CHEM APPROVED BY | 02 October 2007 | _C.S. Hong NEW PLANT 2 FURNACE PROJECT CERTIFIED BY | 02 October 2007 | CS. Hong REV. DATE ‘CHECKED | APPROVED DESCRIPTION x 02 October 3007 | — Wisoot C. CS. Hong Tssued for Approval PTT CHEMICAL PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED METHOD STATEMENT OF UNDERGROUND PIPING COATING @oe. no. : G-11-L1-WS-003) REVIEW STAMP, gE: | WORK MAY PROCEED. Submit Final Document REVISE AND RESUBMIT 1: | Wk say Prost ej inoorpoation of Change inated Cu | REMISEAND ResuoNerr Work May NOT Proceed ‘THIS REVIEW DOES NOT RELIEVE THE CONTRACTOR OF HIS RESPONSIBILITY FOR ERRORS IN DESIGN BY DATE: PET CHEMICAL PUBLIC CO.LTD- ‘AREA CODE TWREJOBNO.. ‘Area-S, Utility 60040 = CONTRACT NO. PIT CHEM JOB NO. ‘Thai Woo Ree Engineering Co, Lid, 04-081/2007 Page 1 of 1 Doc. No.:6-11-L1-WS-003 Method Statement eared Date: 20ct. 2007 Page :20f6 of Underground Pipe Coating TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Material Pipe Surface Preparation Application Inspection and Test Repair to Coating Paren = Doc. No.:G-11-L4-WS-003 Method Statement Perea Date: 20ct. 2007 Soe of Underground Pipe Coating Page :30f6 L INTRODUCTION This specification covers the requirements for application and inspection of protective coating for underground steel piping. 2. MATERIALS The material for pipeline coating shall be of the standard Polyken Pipeline coating system consists of: 2.1 Primer Polyken pipeline coatings primer No. 1019, 1027, are suitable products for underground steel pipe. However, Polyken recommended Polyken primer No. 1019 for shop coating system & primer No. 1027 are suitable for hand wrapping or roller machine apply, please contact Polyken’ s representative for any necessary modifications to be observed in applying these liquid primer. 2.2 Inner Wrap No. 980-20 Polyken Products No. 980-20 consist of a polyethylene backing and a butyl rubber adhesive. Polyken Products No. 980-20 are designed for joint area system and accessories products, please contact our representative for suitable product. 2.3 Outer Wrap No. 955-20 Polyken Outer Wrap Tape No. 955-20 are a number of Polyken polyethylene backed/ butyl rubber adhesive outer wrap products are suitable for this application. The 955-20 designed for completely to the anti — corrosion inner wrap tape, please contact Polyken’ s representative for suitable product. 3. PIPE SURFACE PREPARATION a) The external surface of all piping shall be thoroughly cleaned before application of ‘the protective coating by mechanical means to the specification SSPC- SP2.0 (minimum), Kerosene shall not be used. for cleaning. b) The cleaning process shall remove all oil, grease, loose mill scale, weld spatter, weld slug, rust, paint, dirt, dust, weeds, and any other foreign matter from the pipe external surface, ©) Oil and grease shall be removed using a suitable solvent. 4) Mechanical cleaning shall be carried out by means of portable power driven wire brushes, flexible sanding discs, ete. which are capable of producing a surface finish to the standard require in para. 5a. 3.1 Piping GA drawing and location mark up. 3.2. Isometric drawings 3.3 JSA ©) Mechanical cleaning machines shall not employ knives or other tools which may produce notches or gouges on the stecl surface and shall be fitted with a device to prevent re-deposition of foreign ‘matter on the steel surface. f) Mechanical cleaning machines shall be maintained in correct adjustment and replacement tools shall be available throughout the cleaning process. 2) The cleaning method employed shall not result in visible thinning of the bare steel surface. h) Cleaning shall be carried out immediately before application of the priming coat. If, before the priming coat is applied, the outside of the pipe becomes contaminated with any foreign matter, the outside surface shall be re-cleaned. Doc. No.:G-14-L1-WS-003 Method Statement ever Date: 2Oct, 2007 Page: 40f6 of Underground Pipe Coating 4, APPLICATION Primer Coat (@) Primer shall be thoroughly stirred before drawing from the drum. The approved thinners may only be added to the primer and proper mixing and blending of thinner when primer thinner is essential. (b) Primer shall be applied to the piping system by means of rollers or brushes. ‘The priming coat shall be continuous and free from holidays, runs and globules, and special care shall be taken to ensure continuity of primer film at welds. (©) Primer shall be applied at an average rate of 0.12 liter per square meter to give a wet film thickness of between 50 - 80 microns, and dry film shall be 15 - 30microns. @ Primed pipe shall be protected from contamination by moisture, dust and foreign matters before application of the tape wraps. Tape Wrapping Immediately after application of the primer No. 1019, or “tack to dry” of primer No. 1027 the piping shall be coated with Inner Tape Wrap. The tape wraps shall be applied with constant tension controlled to provide a uniform, tightly adhering coating free of wrinkles, packers, voids or breaks. Minimum tension shall be 0.1 kg per mm of tape width. 5. INSPECTION AND TEST 5.1 All coating shall be subjected to 100% visual inspection and 100%inspection with an electrical holiday detector before being lowered into the trench. 5.2 Visual inspection shall ensure that the coating is continuous that the overlap is correctly maintained and that there are no wrinkles in the tape. 5.3 The holiday detector shall be used to check that there is a continuous coating over the pipe surface. Particular attention shall be given to bends and to areas where the tape has been spliced or repaired, ( Note: It is not intended that the holiday detector should be used to reveal pinholes and minor faults in the Inner Tape Wrap. Such defects would not normally show up on the holiday detector with the specified coating system unless the voltage was set at a level so high that it would be likely to damage the coating ) 5.4 The holiday detector shall be of an approved type and the operating voltage and settings shall be determined by a method approved by the end user. ‘Minimum test voltage requirement for various coating thickness. Millimeters Mils Test voltage 19 31 7,000 1.58 62 9,800 2.03 80 11,100 2.54 100 12,100 3.17 125 14,000 5.5 The holiday detector setting shall be checked at least twice per day while itis in use. 5.6 The holiday detector shall be operated strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's instruction at all times. 5.7 Atno time shall the holiday detector be permitted to remain stationary around a coated pipeline with the operating voltage Switched on, 5.8 All defects, whether discovered visually or by means of the holiday detector, shall be clearly marked. Doc. No.:G-14-L1-WS-003 Method Statement Hesibienieyy Dale: 20ct. 2007 Page :50f6 of Underground Pipe Coating 6. REPAIRS TO COATING All defects in the coating shall be made good immediately to the damage coating area after their detection under following steps; 6.1 Preparation for Application a) All oxisting coating material around the damaged area which is loose (not banded to the pipe ) must be removed. It should be removed down to the surface of the pipe. b) The surface of exposed bare pipe should be wire brushed by hand or power wheel to insure there is no loose or forcign material remaining. Note : In the case of thicker coatings such as coal tar enamel (Normally 4 to 7 mm. Thick) the edges of the coating should be ground or shaved down to form an angle or “feathered edge” with the bare pipe area, 6.2 Application Of Repair Material ‘The bare pipe area to be repaired and the surrounding area which will be covered by Polyken products as following; A. Repairs During Application If holidays are detected, the holidays shall be repaired immediately before the outer layer is applied. The holiday area shall be brushed or sprayed with other “approved Polyken primer”, and a patch of 930 repair tape or a double wrap of 980 inner layer covering a minimum radius of 4” around the holiday shall be applied. A pinhole holiday may be repaired without primer application. After the holiday has been repaired, and before the outer layer is continued, a holiday detector shall be applied to determine if the holiday has been repaired in accordance with the above referenced. B. Repairs After Application If inspection and holiday detection reveal damage to the coating system, affected areas shall be repaired in the following manner: 1.) Holidays, damage to the total coating system. Damaged portions of both the inner layer and the outer layer(s) should be trimmed away and exposed area thoroughly cleaned. Polyken 1027, 1029 or other approved Polyken primer should then be applied. After the primer dries, a square patch of Polyken #930 will be applied which will overlap affected area by minimum of 4” in all directions. A second layer of repair tape or mechanical protection outer layer should then be applied. However, Polyken recommended a double wrap of Inner layer & Outer layer should be applied, overlapping first layer by 4” in all directions. Certain conditions may require the second layer of tape to encircle the entire circumference of the pipe. If the second layer is not wrapped around the circumference of the pipe, Polyken recommends that it be applied perpendicularly to the first layer to achieve a “cross-hatch” effect. ( note : double wrap of inner layer & outer layer shall be apply ) 2.) Damage (c.g. wrinkles or tears) to the outer layer only, no holidays or damage to the inner layer. The abraded portions of the damaged outer layer should be trimmed away taking care not to damage the inner layer. Prior to the repairing the outer layer the inner layer will be holiday detected to determine that no damage has been done during the outer layer removal, The clean, dry area should then be covered with Polyken # 934 / 930 overlapping the affected area by 4” in all directions or a Doo. No.:6-11-L1-WS-003 Rev. : A Date = 20ct. 2007 Page :60f6 Method Statement of Underground Pipe Coating double wrap of Outer layer shall be apply. Certain conditions such as the extent of the repair area, pipe diameter, backfill conditions, and threat of soil stress may require the 934 to be layered around the entire ciroumference of the pipe.