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CONTENTS
Section

Page

1. GENERAL..................................................................................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 SCOPE............................................................................................................................................................................................3
1.2 REFERENCES.................................................................................................................................................................................3
1.3 CONFLICT .....................................................................................................................................................................................4
1.4 DEFINITIONS................................................................................................................................................................................4
2. DESIGN ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.1 M ETEOROLOGICAL DATA.........................................................................................................................................................5
2.2 EXTENT OF PAINTING................................................................................................................................................................5
2.2.1 Surface not to be Painted .................................................................................................................................................5
2.2.2 Surface to be Painted ........................................................................................................................................................6
2.3 GUARANTEE.................................................................................................................................................................................6
2.4 M ATERIAL SPECIFICATION ......................................................................................................................................................6
2.5 A PPLICATION OF PAINTING SYSTEM .....................................................................................................................................6
2.6 PAINTING SYSTEMS....................................................................................................................................................................7
2.7 CRITERIA FOR TEMPERATURE CONSIDERATIONS................................................................................................................7
2.8 COLOR CONDITION.....................................................................................................................................................................7
2.9 LETTERING AND M ARKING.......................................................................................................................................................7
3. APPLICATION............................................................................................................................................................................ 7
3.1 GENERAL ......................................................................................................................................................................................7
3.2 SURFACE PREPARATION............................................................................................................................................................8
3.2.1 General.................................................................................................................................................................................8
3.2.2 Surface Cleaning Methods...............................................................................................................................................9
3.3 PAINTING W ORK.......................................................................................................................................................................11
3.3.1 Preparation for Use .........................................................................................................................................................11
3.3.2 Application........................................................................................................................................................................13
3.4 PRECAUTIONS............................................................................................................................................................................17
3.5 STORAGE OF PAINTING M ATERIAL ......................................................................................................................................17
3.6 INSPECTION................................................................................................................................................................................19
Appendix 4-1 Application of Printing Systems................................................... .........................................20
Appendix 4-2 Paint Systems............................................................ ............................................................26
Appendix 4-3 Lettering and Marking...........................................................................................................37
Appendix 4-4 Manufacturers Paint Data Sheet............................................................................................50
Appendix 4-5 Acceptable Paint Manufacturers and Products..52

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General
1.1 Scope
1) This specification covers the general requirements for extent, application and details of painting
system for carbon steel, alloy steel and austentic stainless steel surfaces.
2) Building paint shall not be covered by this specification.
3) The underground piping shall not be covered by this specification.
4) The work places indicated for various activities in this specification are indicative. The scope of
vendors/contractors and work places shall be as specified in individual specifications and
requisitions, etc.
1.2 References
The requirements contained in the latest editions of the following standards shall form a part of this
specification in the manner and to the extent specified herein.
1) SSPC: The Society For Protective Coatings, Specifications:
Volume 1---Good Painting Practice
Volume 2---Systems and Specifications
SSPC-PA 1
Shop, Field and Maintenance Painting
SSPC-PA 2
Measurement of Dry Paint Thickness with Magnetic Gages
SSPC-Vis
Pictorial Surface Preparation Standards for Painting
Steel Surface
SSPC-SP 1
Solvent Cleaning
SSPC-SP 2
Hand Tool Cleaning
SSPC-SP 3
Power Tool Cleaning
SSPC-SP 5
White Metal Blast Cleaning
SSPC-SP 6
Commercial Blast Cleaning
SSPC-SP 7
Brush-Off Blast Cleaning
SSPC-SP 8
Pickling
SSPC-SP 10
Near-White Blast Cleaning
SSPC-SP 11
Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal
2) Swedish Standards Institution, Stockholm 3, Sweden
SIS 05 59 00
Pictorial Surface Preparation Standards for Painting Steel
Surfaces

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3) Corresponding Designation of SSPC Specifications and Visual Standards


The actual photographs and details of the applicable definitions appear in the test of the
photographic reference standards publication book, SSPC-Vis 1 and SIS 05 59 00 as follows:
SSPC-SP
SSPC-SP 2
SSPC-SP 3
SSPC-SP 5
SSPC-SP 6
SSPC-SP 7
SSPC-SP 10

SSPC-SP 11

SSPC-Vis 1 and SIS 05 59 00


B St 2, C St 2 and D St 2
B St 3, C St 3 and D St 3
A Sa 3, B Sa 3, C Sa 3 and D Sa 3
B Sa 2, C Sa 2 and D Sa 2
B Sa 1, C Sa 1 and D Sa 1
A Sa 2-1/2, B Sa 2-1/2, C Sa 2-1/2 and D Sa
2-2a
No visual standard ( see note below)

NOTE: The degree of cleanliness should approach that of SSPC-SP 10.


4) Rust Scale
The European Scale of Degree of Rusting for Anticorrosive Paints.
5) Hot Dip Galvanizing
ASTM A123 Specification for Zinc (Hot Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron/Steel Products.
6) ASTM D1535 Standard Method for Specifying Color by Munsell System
7) ASTM D4417 Field Measurement of Surface Profile of Blast Cleaned Steel Surface
1.3 Conflict
1) When there is a conflict among the requirements of Project Specification and this specification,
the requirements of Project Specification shall govern.
2) When there is a conflict among the requirements of the applicable standards and this
specification, the requirements herein shall govern.
1.4 Definitions
1) The term bare surface used in this specification is defined as surface not fireproofed.

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2) The term inland used in this specification is defined as the landside site bordering a line 30
meters from coastline.

3) The term marine used in this specification is defined as the waterside site bordering a
line 30 meters from coastline. OWNERs export-import facility in Block U and structure/
piping in Block YO are also considered marine for the purpose of this specification.
4) Shop means Site Contractors Shop for pipe and fittings. Shop means Vendors Shop for
remaining items including equipment and valves. Field means At the Construction Site.

2. DESIGN
2.1 Meteorological Data
For meteorological data, refer to current issue of Basic Engineering Design Data (BEDD).
2.2 Extent of Painting
2.2.1 Surface not to be Painted
1) Surface to be in contact with concrete or mortar such as for fireproofing or castable lining
except where otherwise specified.
2) Except as specified, non-ferrous metals or metal coated steel surfaces.
3) Bottom surfaces of base plates in contact with concrete or mortar.
4) Name plate and mechanically finished surfaces.
5) Metallic surfaces of assemblies held together by high-strength bolts.
6) Metal jacketing for insulation. However, lettering and marking on metal jacketing for insulation
shall still be required as shown in Appendix 4-3.
7) Plastic and plastic coated materials.
8) Insulated surfaces which will be over 150oC or below -46oC, unless otherwise specified in this
specification.
9) Uninsulated surfaces which will be over 600oC or below -46oC.

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10) Stainless steel tubes, valves and fittings for instrumentation.


11) Stainless steel junction boxes for instrumentation.
2.2.2 Surface to be Painted
Bare surfaces other than those specified in 2.2.1 shall be painted per Appendix 4-1 attached
herewith. In general, shop fabricated items such as vessels, equipment, tanks, etc. and structural steel
shall have all painting (including the finish coat) applied in the shop. For shop fabricated piping and
fittings, the finish coat shall be field applied after mechanical completion.
2.3 Guarantee
The vendor shall guarantee all works for a period of one year after date of Mechanical Completion
Acceptance by OWNER as follows. If the guarantee cant be met, Vendor shall repair the defects
which dont meet the guarantee.
1) Class A
1 Year: Dry film surface shall comply with the 8RE 2 print of the European scale of degree
of rusting for anticorrosive paints. But local dryfilm surface whose area is less than 0.3 meter x
0.3 meter shall comply with the 6RE 4 print.
2) Class B
1 Year: Dry film surface shall comply with the 7RE 3 print. But local dryfilm surface whose
area is less than 0.3 meter x 0.3 meter shall comply with the 6RE 4 print.
Guarantees listed in contract shall apply if more stringent in terms of duration.
2.4 Material Specification
1) The type of paints to be used shall be in accordance with Appendix 4-2 except where
otherwise noted.
2) Primers, under intermediate and finish coats for any system may be supplied from the same
manufacturer in order to assure compatibility except where otherwise noted.
3) Each lot of paint shall be lab tested and be used only after approval by OWNER.
4) Refer to Appendix 4-5 for acceptable manufacturers and products.
2.5 Application of Painting System
Application of painting systems shall be in accordance with Appendix 4-1 and this specification.

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2.6 Painting Systems


Painting systems shall be in accordance with Appendix 4-2 and this specification.
2.7 Criteria for Temperature Considerations
The temperatures given in Appendix 4-1 are normal operating temperature ranges which shall be
considered for selecting the appropriate paint systems.
2.8 Color Condition
Color condition shall be in accordance with Appendix 4-1 and this specification.
2.9 Lettering and Marking
Lettering and Marking shall be in accordance with Appendix 4-3 and this specification.

3. APPLICATION
3.1 General
1) The procedures, conditions and precautions to be followed in preparing the surface for painting,
in handling paints, and in applying paint to the prepared surface shall be in accordance with this
specification.
2) Only thinners of the type recommended by the paint manufacturer shall be used.
3) Precautions shall be taken to prevent paint from being applied to name plates, couplings, shafts,
other finished surfaces such as valve stems, bearings, vent openings, instrument windows,
equipment designation markings, adjacent painted surfaces of the interior of equipment. Any
paint spots or streaks which may have formed shall be removed immediately.
4) Painted surfaces shall not be handled until the paint has dried thoroughly except when the
coating is to be heat-cured. Paint film damaged by handling or by other means shall be scraped
off and touched up with the same number of coats and same types of paint as previously
applied. For steel or iron surfaces, if the prime coat has been damaged, the paint film shall be
removed entirely from the effected area, the surface cleaned and be repainted in accordance
with Appendix 4-2.
5) On completion of the work, all paint cans, cloths, blasting abrasives, equipment, etc. shall be
removed from the work site and disposed as directed by OWNER/ CONTRACTOR.
6) The color specimen shall be made by the same method as the actual paint work, except painting
interval.

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7) Zinc painted or galvanized components shall not be welded to stainless steel surfaces. Zinc
overspray shall not be permitted to settle on stainless steel surfaces.
8) Painting shall preferably be carried out inside workshops with proper facilities. When this is not
possible and field painting is necessary, then proper sheltering must be provided against sand
storm and dust. The work to be painted shall be kept 1 meter above ground, on stands.
3.2 Surface Preparation
3.2.1 General
1) All steel surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned prior to painting of any material to avoid premature
failure of the paint coating. The method of surface cleaning or preparation shall be one of, or a
combination of the following:
a)
Blast Cleaning
b)
Power Tool Cleaning
c)
Hand Tool Cleaning
d)
Solvent Cleaning
e)
Pickling
f)
Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal
2) The SSPC Specifications (Volume 1 and 2) and the Swedish Standard SIS 05 59 00 shall be
used as a reference to the procedures and requirements of surface preparation.
3) All crevices, corners and edges of shape steel, joints of steel plates, especially around bolt
heads, weld beads, etc. shall be cleaned with special care.
4) All cleaned surfaces shall be primed in the same day when cleaning is performed. Cleaned
surfaces left unprimed for one night or on which rain fall or dust has settled shall be recleaned
before priming.
5) Cleaning of contaminated surfaces shall be done immediately before application of paint in such
manner that adjacent wet paint surfaces are not marred by the cleaning operation.
6) Power tool cleaning, per SSPC-SP 3, may be used on areas where it is difficult to blast clean as
follows:
a)
b)
c)
d)
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Welding areas of pipe in the field.


Narrow areas where the blast nozzle cannot be inserted.
Surface preparation for repair painting.
Others.
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3.2.2 Surface Cleaning Methods


1) Blast Cleaning - General
a) The removal of mill scale, rust, rust-scale, weld splatter and foreign matter from a surface is
done by the use of abrasives propelled through nozzles or by centrifugal wheels.
b) Steel surfaces shall not be blasted when the surface temperature is less than 3oC above the
dew point, when relative humidity is greater than 85%, or when there is a possibility that the
blasted surface will be subject to wetting before the first coat of primer can be applied.
Surface shall be blown, wiped or vacuumed and free of blasting abrasive before the surface
is primed. Even under the conditions set forth above, the application work may be
performed when approved by Petrokemyas Engineer.
c) Appreciable amounts of surface grease, oil and similar matter shall be removed prior to
blasting by cleaning solvent.
d) The abrasive material used in sandblasting shall be a washed, sharp silica sand, steel grid,
steel shot, or copper slag.
e) Wet sandblasting shall be resorted only when air pollution, explosion and fire problems
preclude the use of dry sandblasting. The blasted surface shall then be treated with a
corrosion inhibitor immediately following the sand blasting operation.
2) SPC-SP 5 White Blast Cleaning (Visual Standard Sa 3)
After blasting, the surface shall be free of all oil, grease, dirt, mill scale, rust, corrosion products,
oxides, paint or other foreign matter and shall have a gray-white, uniform metallic color, slightly
roughened (profile pattern) to form an increased bonding area for coatings (refer to SSPC-SP
5).
3) SSPC-SP 10 Near White Blast Cleaning (Visual Standard Sa 2-1/2)
Blast cleaning nearly to near white metal cleanliness, until at least 95% of each element of
surface area is free of all visible residues (refer to SSPC-SP 10).
4) SSPC-SP 6 Commercial Blast Cleaning (Visual Standard Sa 6)
After blasting, the surface shall be completely free of dirt, mill scale, weld flux, and other foreign
matter. Rust shall have been removed, but an irregular slight red staining is acceptable,
provided wire brushing will not improve the condition. Rust which can be streaked with a brass
tool and rust that can be popped from a cavity, shall be removed (refer to SSPC-SP 6).
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5) SSPC-SP 7 Brush-Off Blast Cleaning (Visual Standard Sa 1)


After flashing the surface shall be completely free from all dirt, rust-scale, loose scale, loose rust,
and loose paint (refer to SSPC-SP 7).
6) SSPC-SP 3 Power Tool Cleaning (Visual Standard St 3)
a) The removal of all loose mill scale, rust, foreign material or paint shall be performed from a
surface using power wire brushes, power impact tools, power grinders, power sanders, or a
combination of these methods (refer to SSPC-SP 3).
b) Prior to power cleaning, all oil, grease or salts shall be removed by solvent cleaning.
c) Care shall be exercised in the use of power tools to prevent excessive roughening of the
surface, as well as the formation of ridges and burrs.
d) Excessive power wirebrushing of mill scale shall be avoided as this will produce a burnished
slick surface not suitable for coating.
7) SSPC-SP 2 Hand Tool Cleaning (Visual Standard St 2)
a) The removal of all loose mill scale, rust, loosely adhering material and loose paint from a
surface shall be performed by hand brushing, hand sanding, hand scraping, hand chipping or
by other hand impact tools or by a combination of these methods (refer to SSPC-SP 2).
b) Prior to hand tool cleaning, all grease, oil or salts shall be removed by solvent cleaning.
c) Care shall be exercised in the use of tools to prevent excessive roughening of the surface
and the formation of ridges and burrs.
8) SSPC-SP 1 Solvent Cleaning (Visual Standard St1)
a) The removal of foreign matter such as oil, grease, soil, drawing and cutting
compounds and other contaminants from a surface shall be performed by the use of
solvents, emulsions, cleaning compounds, steam cleaning or similar materials and methods
which involve a solvent for cleaning action (refer to SSPC-SP 1). Do not use chloric
solvent for painting system 14-1, 15-1 and 16-3. (Appendix 4-2)
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(other than grease or oil) shall be removed by a stiffer fiber brush, wire brush, or by
scraping.
9) SSPC-SP 8 Pickling
a) The complete removal of all mill scale, rust, and rust scale from a steel surface by
chemical reaction, or by electrolysis, or by both (refer to SSPC-SP 8).
b) Prior to pickling, all heavy deposits of oils, greases, soils, or foreign matter, other than
rust, mill scale of oxides, shall be removed by solvent cleaning, scraping or
brushing.

10) SSPC-SP 11 Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal


a) The removal of all visible mill scale, rust, foreign material or paint shall be
a surface using power tools which will produce a surface profile
of
greater.

performed from
25 microns or

b) Prior to power cleaning, all visible oil, grease or salts shall be removed by solvent cleaning.
3.3 Painting Work
3.3.1 Preparation for Use
1) General
A good paint may be completely spoiled by incorrect preparation before use. Most complaints
regarding poor appearance, slow drying, short life of paint, and early rusting of steel surface are
due to paints being insufficiently stirred before use.
2) Skinning and Separation
Skinning and separation of paints shall be prepared in the following manner:
Any skin which has formed in the container shall be cut off and discarded. If soft skin has
formed, it shall be removed and the paint strained before use. The lumpy or stiff paste shall be
broken up preferably with a mechanical agitator, or alternatively with a strong paddle. If it is
found that the pigment has set to a hard mass which does not break, the paint shall be
discarded. When all the liquid portion has been reincorporated and the paint appears smooth
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and uniform, it shall be poured into another container, and the bottom of the original container
inspected to see if any paste remains. If paste remains, some of the paint shall be poured back
and mixture again stirred thoroughly and returned to the bulk. If the paint contains small pieces
of skin or any small lumps, it shall be strained through cloth or a fine wire gauze, with a mesh of
approximately 0.15 mm.
3) Special Paints
Special paints, such as Coal Tar Epoxy Paint, Pure Epoxy Paint, etc. which are supplied as
two or more components in separate containers shall be mixed together immediately before use
and applied within the specified time in accordance with manufacturers recommendations
4) Condition of Paints
If paints show a separation of pigments as a stiff and lumpy paste, they shall be prepared as
follows:
The container shall be rolled on its side for several minutes before opening. The paint shall be
thoroughly stirred with a clean paddle until all pigment has been removed from the bottom and
the paint contents shall be poured into an empty clean drum or can to ensure that no heavy
paste remains in the original container. If paste remains, some of the paint shall be poured back
and the mixture again stirred thoroughly and returned to the bulk.
5) Mixing
Paint shall be thoroughly mixed immediately before application. Mixing of quantities of 5 gallons
or more shall be done by power stirrers, paddle mixers, can vibrators, or can shakers. If the
quantity is less than 5 gallons, mixing by hand is acceptable, provided the following procedure is
employed:
a) Remove a portion of liquid from top of the package and transfer it to a clean container
(except in the case of epoxy resins).
b) Mix remaining portion with a clean, broad, strong paddle, using a lifting whirling motion to
thoroughly incorporate the thinner material at the top with the heavier portion which has
settled to the bottom.
c) Replace removed portion a little at a time, mixing thoroughly each time a portion is added,
until the entire contents are of a uniform consistency.
d) As far as it is practicable, quantity to be mixed shall be sufficient to cover the
given
section or the entire surface of a specific color, so as to avoid variation of color.

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e) Mixing and thinning shall be done in a well ventilated place where there are no
flames.

open

6) Thinning
a) Thickening is usually due to a prolonged storage. If thickening prevents proper application
by brush, not more than 5% by weight of the correct thinners may be added. For primers
and enamels which are applied by spraying, specified thinners should be used.
b) Gasoline, kerosene or gas oil shall never be added to paint.
c) Thinning amount shall be in accordance with paint manufacturers standards.
3.3.2 Application
1) General
a) The paint shall be applied evenly to produce a smooth coating of the required uniform
thickness. If conditions are specified as corrosive in the specification, the edges of plates,
corners, crevices, bolts, welds, etc. shall receive an extra first coat of paint before the first
priming coat.
b) Brush marks shall be avoided with priming paints. Thin areas shall be avoided in any coat
of paint. It is essential that the peaks of the surface profile are covered with the required
dry film thickness. However, excessively thick coatings above the specified film thickness
shall be avoided to prevent paint failure by mud-cracking. Each coat of paint shall be
thoroughly dry before the next is applied.
c) The surface preparation should be thorough and the bare metal surface should be primed as
soon as possible. When the prepared surfaces unavoidably need to be left for a longer time,
e.g. overnight, they shall be in inspected before applying primer and, if necessary, prepared
again.
d) Unless special protection is provided, paint shall not be applied in rainy, damp, windy, or
dusty weather, or when such unfavorable weather is predicted.
e) During painting, adjacent surfaces shall be protected from paint splashes and other
blemishes. If blemishes or damage should occur, they should be cleaned or repaired in
agreement with Petrokemyas Engineer.
f) Defective painted surfaces, if any, shall be cleaned and repainted completely.

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g) Finished painted surfaces shall be uniform and smooth.


h) Dry film thickness shall be measured by thickness gauges and shall not be less than that
specified in Appendix 4-3. If the minimum dry film thickness has not been met, additional
coat or coat shall be applied until the minimum dry film thickness is attained.
i) Regardless of the surface preparation specified in Appendix 4-3, hand tool cleaning
and/or power tool cleaning method may be used for the surface preparation followed by
repair (touch-up) paint, provided that the surfaces are limited to small and minor areas.
2) Methods of Paint Application.
Paint shall be applied by one or, or a combination of, the following methods:

Brushing
Roller Coating
Air-spraying
Airless-spraying

Brushing shall be generally applied for all coating which will be carried out in the field.
Spray shall be generally applied at shop.
The method of application shall be governed by the paint manufacturers recommendation for
the particular paint being applied.
SSPC Specification SSPC-PA1 shall be used as a general reference as regards application
techniques, requirements and precautions.
a) Brushing
The brush shall not be dipped deeply into the paint to avoid overloading the bristles and
filling the heel with paint. The brush shall be held at an angle of 45o to the work. The paint
shall be spread to hide the surface and provide a uniform coating. Excessive pressure shall
not be applied to the brush. When the surface has been completely covered with paint, the
wet are shall be brushed cross-wise to ensure uniformity, and finally brushed lightly to
smooth out brush marks and laps. On large areas this final light brushing shall be in a
vertical direction.
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The method of applying paint by means of a soft roller dipped into a tray of paint is useful
for large, smooth, flat or slightly curved surfaces. Rollers are satisfactory for applying
emulsion paints and enamels where a high degree of finish is not essential. They work
rapidly and avoid wastage of paint. Rollers can be used satisfactorily for applying paints to
storage tanks. They are also useful for painting of chain link fencing, when it is usual for two
operators to work simultaneously from opposite sides. Rollers are not suitable for painting
in crevices and other small spaces, and for very rough surfaces such as badly plastered
walls, brush or spray painting is preferable.
c) Air-Spraying
Conventional spray painting may be employed for painting large surfaces such as the interior
and exterior of storage tanks, and also for smaller equipment such as motor vehicles, drums,
liquefied petroleum gas bottle, etc.
The use of spray painting out of doors may be limited by considerations of contamination of
other surfaces by overspraying.
d) Airless-Spraying
With an airless spray, there is almost no spray mist, drift or rebound and the paint flow and
spray pattern are adjustable only by changing the spray nozzle tip in the spray gun. Nozzle
tips for capacities from approximately 0.5 liters per minute to 3 liters per minute are
available. Care should be taken to select the correct nozzle tip for the particular application.
For best results, specially formulated paints are necessary. For good results, the gun is held
at right angles to the work and about from 300 to 400 mm away. The speed of the
operating stroke should be much faster than for normal spraying. Trigger movement must
be abrupt and the spray started and stopped just after commencing the stroke, and just
before completion. In view of the high pressure at the gun, caution shall be taken in handling
it. Gun shall never be pointed at any part of the body. Successive passes of the gun shall
overlap only slightly, since the spray pattern is of uniform thickness throughout its width.
Paint shall never be allowed to dry in the gun. Cleaning instructions shall be strictly
followed.
3) Thickness of Painting Films
Dry film thickness of each coat and total dry film thickness shall be kept to the specified
thickness (refer to Appendix 4-2 Painting Systems).

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4) Drying
Paint shall be allowed to dry for a time specified by the paint manufacturer before additional
coats are applied.
5) Weather Conditions
Paint shall not be applied on surfaces when:

The surrounding atmospheric temperature is below 5oC or above 40oC.


The relative humidity is above 85%.
The wind velocity is such that dust and dirt may be deposited in the wet paint film, or it
will interfere with spray painting.
The surface temperature is beyond the limits specified by the paint manufacturer.
The surfaces are set or damp by water or condensation.
With chemically cured coatings, manufacturers special temperature requirements
(usually 13oC or above) shall be followed.
Temperature of bare metal surface

Under the above conditions, the application work may be performed as and if directed by
the OWNER.
6) Painting over previously painted areas
To repaint an already painted area, the surface must be thoroughly cleaned to remove all
traces of the old paint. If the old paint is in good condition, then it shall be sanded to
remove the gloss, and the new coat of paint may be applied if approved by the Owner.
However, extreme care must be taken to ensure that the new paint is compatible with the
existing paint.
7) Coating Compatibility
In all cases, it shall be ascertained that the base coat, intermediate coats and the top coats
are compatible chemically (i.e. Alkyd, lacquer, epoxy, latex, etc.)
8) After applying the finish coat, if base coat or primer shows through as patches, additional
coats must be applied to show a uniform color.

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9) When applying the second coat of silver paint, occasionally, there will be a tendency for the
second coat to pull loose the first coat. Manufacturers instructions must be strictly
followed.
3.4 Precautions
1) Wet Paint signs shall be posted around the area where readily visible, until the paint has
complete dried.
2) Open flames, smoking, exposed heating elements or sources of ignition off any kind shall be
prohibited in areas where painting is being performed.
3) During painting operations, welding or open flame work shall be prohibited in adjacent areas.
4) No Smoking and other warning signs, such as Caution, No Open Flames, etc. shall be
posted in all areas where and while painting is being performed. The signs shall remain posted
for a sufficient time after painting has been completed. The said signs shall be removed after the
paints and its necessary apparatus for painting work are taken away from the plant area.
5) Handlamps and flashlight shall be of vapor-proof type.
6) When painting work is performed in a small closed area, adequate ventilation shall be provided
to reduce the concentration of harmful vapors in the atmosphere. Workmen shall be required to
wear vaporproof masks, etc. for protection when working in poorly ventilated places.
7) Certain paint materials such as zinc chromate, hot coal tar enamel, benzene etc. are identified as
carcinogen. Proper personal protective gear such as air line hoods, respirator, chemical
cartridge, etc. shall be worn.
8) Vapors from many solvents can cause mild to quite severe allergic skin irritations. The alkaline
catalysts used in many epoxy paints can cause severe chemical burns, if not washed off
immediately with water.
9) Sand blast nozzles shall be equipped with a remote control shut off of the dead man variety to
reduce the hazard of injury to nearly workmen if the hose dropped. The blast nozzle shall be
electronically grounded. Electrically driven power mixers shall also be grounded.
3.5 Storage of Painting Material
1) All paints and thinners shall be stored in a well ventilated place, free from excessive heat or
direct rays of the sun. Open air storage shall be avoided particularly of heavy paints, such as

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primers and undercoats, and of special paints which are supplied as two or more components in
separate containers.
2) The settlement of special paints shall be lessened by rolling the drums every six weeks. Turning
the drums on their end is not allowed.
3) The normal finishing paints do not require rolling during the storage period.
4) The maximum storage time for paints shall be in accordance with the manufacturers
recommendations. Paints shall not be stored in open containers, even for a short time, and the
oldest paint of each kind shall be used first.
5) Paint shall not be used if it has gelled, or if it has thickened to such extent that more than 5% by
volume (10% by volume for priming paints) of the correct thinners is required to bring it to
brushing consistency.
6) All containers of paint shall be clearly marked or labeled to show paint identification, date of
manufacture, batch number, order number, and special instructions, all legible at the time of use.
7) No Smoking and other warning signs, such as No Open Flames, Danger, Storage of
Inflammable Materials, etc., shall be posted around storage shed.

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3.6 Inspection
Inspection items shall be as follows (Note 1):
No.
1.0
1.1

Inspection Item
General
Paint Specification and
other documentation

Inspection Frequency

Inspection Implement

Once at start of project and then as


required

In writing

1.2
1.3
1.4

Expiration Dates
Ambient conditions
Paint Drying and
Polymerization

Before each application


Whenever work is done
After application of each coat

Visual
Paragraph 3.3.2(5)
Visual, touch

2.
2.1

Surface Preparation
Cleaning of Rust, etc

a) Once on all surfaces


b) Extract

SIS Photograph
Magnifying Glass

2.2

Anchor Pattern

Extract

Specimen With
Magnifying Glass

3.

Film

3.1

Wet Film Thickness

3.2

Dry Film Thickness

3.3
3.4
3.5

Corners, snipes
Adhesion
Appearance
1) Color Difference
2) Gloss (Note 1)
3) Mottled (Note 1)
4) Flashing (Note 1)
5) Leveling (Note 1)
6) Brush Mark
7) Orange Peel
8) Pin Hole (Note 1)
9) Crawing (Note 1)
10) Bubbling (Note 1)
11) Blistering
12) Crawling (Note 1)
13) Flaking (Note 1)
14) Chalking
15) Wrinkling (Note 1)
16) Cratering (Note 1)
17) Sticked Foreign
Matter
18) Over Spray
19) Mud Cracking

One Point/5-10m2
Min. 10 Points/Day
One Point/3-5m2
(One Point/10m2 for tank & equipment
larger than 10m Dia.
100%
Whenever an application is suspect
Once All Surfaces

Wet Film Thickness


Gauge
Dry Film Thickness
Gauge
(Exp. Elcometer, Microtest)
Inspection Mirror/Dentist Mirror
ASTM D3359
Visual

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20) Holidays
21) Alligator
Cracking
22) Dripping

Note 1: Unless otherwise specified, these inspection items shall be carried out at shop or field as applicable..

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APPLICATION OF PAINTING SYSTEMS

APPNDIX 4-1
PAGE 1 OF 7

AND COLOR CONDITION (Note 1)


Legend:

Shop:

T: Temperature
Painting System No.
-1: Work Place, Only Shop
-2: Work Place, Shop and Field
-3: Work Place, Only Field
: Anti-corrosive Paint
NO.

ITEM TO BE PAINTED
(Note 1)

1.

TOWER, VESSEL,
EXCHANGER, ETC

1.1

Non-Insulated Type
(1) Shell, heads, nozzles,
manholes and welded
attachments such as
saddles, clips, and
brackets.

TEMPERATURE
RANGE OF SURFACE
TO BE PAINTED

-1: Shop means Site Contractors


Shop for Pipe and Fittings
-2: Shop means Vendors Shop
for Remaining items, including
Equipment and Valves
PAINTING
SYSTEM NO.
INLAND

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL
NO
INLAND

PAINTING
SYSTEM NO.

2-1
2-1
3-2
4-2
5-3
22-1

MARINE

T = 0C
0 C < T = 100C
100 C < T = 200C
200 C < T = 400C
400 C < T = 600C
Normally <150C
cyclic to
500C

2-1
2-1
3-2
4-2
5-3
22-1

Light Gray
N7.5

a) (inside)

Same as 1.1 (1)

Same as 1.1
(1)

Same as 1.1 (1)

b) (outside)

Same as 1.1 (1)

Dark Blue
10 B 5/10
Dark Blue
10 B 5/10
Dark Blue
10 B 5/10

6-1(Note 2)
18-1
21-1
6-1(Note 2)

Normally <150C cyclic


to 200C

Silver
Aluminum

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO
MARINE

White N9.0
White N9.0
White N9.0
White N9.0
Silver
Aluminum

(2) Skirt

c) (base block)

Same as 1.1 (1)

Dark Blue
10 B 5/10
White N9.0

Same as 1.1 (1)

White N9.0

Gray/Green
Gray
Mfr. Std.
Gray/Green

6-1(Note 2)
18-1
21-1
6-1(Note 2)

Gray/Green
Gray
Mfr. Std.
Gray/Green

21-1

Mfr. Std.

21-1

Mfr. Std.

Normally <150C cyclic


to 500C

22-1

Aluminum

22-1

Aluminum

Normally <30C cyclic

23-1

Black

23-1

Black

Same as 1.1 (1)

Same as 1.1
(1)
Same as 1.1
(1)

1.2

(3) Ladders, cages, stage,


Stairs, handrail, grating
floor plate, etc.
Insulated Type
(1) Continuous
Operation

(2) Cyclic or
Intermittent Operation
(such as steam-out,
regeneration,

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Hot-Dip Galvanized (Not Painted)

T < -46C
-46C < T = 0C
0 C < T = 150C
150 C < T

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to 260C
(3) Insulated & NonInsulated welded
attachments except
skirts and base blocks.

T = 0C
0C < T = 150C
150C < T

Same as 1.2 (1)


or 1.2 (2)

18-1
21-1
6-1

White N9.0
White N9.0
Silver

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 2: Including rust prevention during transportation, storage, etc.
APPLICATION OF PAINTING SYSTEMS
AND COLOR CONDITION (Note 1)
APPENDIX 4-1
PAGE 2 OF 7
NO.

ITEM TO BE PAINTED (Note 1)

1.3

Austenitic Stainless Steel


1) Non Insulated

2) Insulated

TEMPERATURE RANGE
OF SURFACE TO BE
PAINTED

PAINTING
SYSTEM NO.
INLAND

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL
NO.

PAINTING
SYSTEM NO.
MARINE

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO.
MARINE

T 150C
150C < T < 600C

No Painting
No Painting

---

14-1
15-1

White N9.0
--

-196 C < T = 150C


150 C < T = 600C

14-1(Note 3)
15-1(Note 3)

Gray
Aluminum

14-1
15-1

White N9.0

(Note 8)
7-1 or 7 -2
3-2

White N9.0

7-2
3-2

TANK (FRT, CRT DRT, ST) (Note


5,6) COLD BOX (Note 7)

2.1

Non-Insulated type
(1) Shell (including inside
exposed to weather for FRT) and
Roof

T = 100C
100 C < T = 200C

(2) Parts welded to shell and roof

Same as 2.1 (1)

(3) Inside of pontoon

0 C < T = 80C

9-3

(4) Outside of pontoon, only


shell side

0 C < T = 40C

11-2

(5) Ladder, stage, stair rolling


ladder

Hot-Dip Galvanized (Not Painted)

(6) Column (with base plate) for


spherical tank

Same as 2.1 (1)

7-2

T = 0C
0 C < T = 150C
150 C < T = 200C

(Note 9)
18-1 or 18-3
21-1
6-2

20 C < T = 200C
T = 100C

6-2
7-2

0C < T 80C

16-3

White N9.0

(3) Inside of pontoon

0 C < T = 80C

9-3

Iron Oxide

9-3

(4) Outside of pontoon, only


shell side

0 C < T = 40C

11-2

Black N1.75

11-2

2.2

Same as 2.1 (1)


Zinc
Chromate
Black N1.75

White N9.0
White N9.0

White N9.0

9-3
11-2

Dark Blue
10 B 5/10

7-2

White N9.0

Gray
Mfr. Std.
Gray/Green

18-3
21-1
6-2

-------

6-2
7-2

White N9.0
White N9.0

Insulated Type
(1) Shell and roof external surfaces
including welded attachments

(2) Inside exposed to the weather


for FRT tanks
(3) Ouside of outer wall for
double wall dome roof tank for
liquid ethlene

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(5) Ladder, stage, stair rolling


ladder

2.3

(6) Column (with base plate) for


spherical tank
Austenitic Stainless Steel (Note
3)

1) Non Insulated

2) Insulated

NOTE 1:
NOTE 3:
NOTE 5:
NOTE 6:
NOTE 7:
NOTE 8:
NOTE 9:

Hot-Dip Galvanzied (Not


Painted)
Same as 2.1 (1)

Dark Blue
10 B 5/10

Same as 2.1 (1)

White N9.0

-40C 150C
150C < T < 600C

No Painting
No Painting

---

14-1
15-1

White N9.0
--

T = 150C
150 C < T = 600C

14-1
15-1

Gray
Aluminum

14-1
15-1

White N9.0

For surfaces not to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
Applicable only for equipment and piping with hot insulation in all block/area.
FRT: Floating Roof Tank CRT: Cone Roof Tank ST : Spherical Tank DRT: Dome Roof Tank
Hazard Markings and company symbols in accordance with Appendix 4-7, Paragraphs 7 and 8.
Painting system 2-1 shall be applied to Cold Box with color condition, white N9.0.
For shop fabricated tanks use Sys. 7-1. For field fabricated tanks use Sys. 7-2.
For shop fabricated tanks use Sys. 18-1. For field fabricated tanks use Sys 18-3.

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APPLICATION OF PAINTING SYSTEMS
AND COLOR CONDITION (Note 1)
NO.

ITEM TO BE
PAINTED (Note 1)

3.
3.1

FIRED HEATER
Shell Plate, Roof Plate,
Bottom stiffener
including welded
attachments

3.2
3.3
4.
4.1

Support Column (with


Base Plate)
Ladder, Stage, Stair
STEEL STACK
Stack Shell

4.2
5.
5.1

Ladder, Stage, Stair


DUCT
Non-Insulated type
(1) Shell plate Stiffener

5.2
6.

(2) Welded attachments


such as nozzles,
manholes, brackets, etc.
Ladder, Stage, Stair
ROTARY MACHINE
(Pump, Compressor,
Fan, Blower, Turbine,
etc.)

6.1

Non-Insulated Type

6.2
6.3

Insulated Type
Fire Pump

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PAGE 3 OF 7

TEMPERATURE RANGE
OF SURFACE TO BE
PAINTED

PAINTING
SYSTEM NO.
INLAND

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO
INLAND

PAINTING
SYSTEM NO
MARINE

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL
NO
MARINE.

0 C < T = 100C
100 C < T = 200C
200 C < T = 400C
400 C < T = 600C
Normally <150C
cyclic to 500C

2-2
3-2
4-2
5-3
22-1

Light Gray
N7.5
Silver

By Individual
Specification

White N9.0
White N9.0
Silver
Silver

Aluminum

2-2

Hot dip Galvanized (Not Painted)


0 C < T = 100C
100 C < T = 200C
200 C < T = 400C
Normally <150C
cyclic to 500C

2-2
3-2
4-2
22-1

Light Gray
N7.5 (Note 8)
Silver (Note 8)
Aluminum

By Individual
Specification

White N9.0
White N9.0
White N9.0
Aluminum
(Note 2)

0 C < T = 100C
80 C < T = 100C
100 C < T = 200C

2-2
2-2
4-2

Light Gray
N7.5

By Individual
Specification

White N9.0
White N9.0
White N9.0

Normally <150C
cyclic to 500C

22-1

Aluminum

2-2

Light Gray
N7.5

12
12
12
12
12

Dark Blue
10 B 5/10
Silver
Mfg. std
Red 5 R

Hot dip Galvanized (Not Painted)

0C < T = 100C

White N9.0

Hot dip Galvanized (Not Painted)

T = 100C
100 C < T = 200C
200 C < T = 400C
0 C < T = 80C

12
12
12
12
12

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White N9.0
White N9.0
Silver
Mfg. std
Red 5R4/14

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4/14

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 2: Including rust prevention during transportation, storage, etc.
NOTE 8: Finis h color for stacks and their structure over 60 m in height shall be specified in other specifications.
APPLICATION OF PAINTING SYSTEMS
APPENDIX 4-1
AND COLOR CONDITION (Note 1)
4 OF 7
NO.

7.
7.1

ITEM TO BE
PAINTED (Note 1)

PIPING (P refab &


Non-prefab)
Non-insulated Type
(1) Pipe, Tee, Elbow,
etc. including welded
attachments

(2) Valve
(Note 11 & 12)

7.2

(3) For Fire Fighting


(4) Others (Note 9)
Insulated Type
Pip e, Tee, Elbow, etc.
incl. welded
attachments
(1) Continuous
Operation

PAGE

TEMPERATURE
RANGE OF SURFACE
TO BE PAINTED

PAINTING
SYSTEM NO.
INLAND
(Note 10)

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO.
INLAND

PAINTING
SYSTEM
NO.
MARINE

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO
MARINE

T = 0C
0 C < T = 100C
100 C < T = 200C
200 C < T = 400C
400 C < T = 600C
Normally <150C
cyclic to 500C

17-2
17-2
3-2
4-2
5-3
22-1

Light Gray
N7.5

Silver
Aluminum

17-2
17-2
3-2
4-2
5-3
22-1

White N9.0
White N9.0
White N9.0
Silver
Silver
--

0 C < T = 100C
100 C < T = 200C
200 C < T = 400C
cyclic <150C to
500C

24-2
25-2
26-2
30-2

Light Gray N7.5


Light Gray N7.5
Silver
Aluminum

24-2
25-2
26-2
30-2

Light Gray N7.5


Light Gray N7.5
Silver
Aluminum

31-2

Red 5R 4/14

Hot Dip Galvanized - note painted


Same as 7.1 (1)

T = -46C
-46 = 0C
0 C < T = 150C
150 C > T

-18-1
21-1
6-1 (Note 2)

Gray
Mfr. Std.
Gray/Green

-18-1
21-1
6-1 (Note 2)

(2) Normally = 150


cyclic to 200C,
(including stream traced
piping, max tracer
temperature 150C)

21-1

Mfr. Std.

21-1

(3) Normally = 150


cyclic to 500C,
(including stream traced
piping, max tracer
temperature 150C)

22-1

Aluminum

21-1

24-2

Gray

27-2

0C < T 100C

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(4) Valves
(Note 11 & 12)

100C < T 200 C


200C < T 400C
cyclic <150C to
500C

(5) Others (Note 9)


7.3

Austenitic Stainless St eel

1) Non Insulated
2) Insulated

25-2
26-2
30-2

Mfg. Std.
Gray/Green
Aluminum

28-2
29-2
30-2

Mfg. Std.
Gray/Green
Aluminum

Same as 7.2
-40C 150C
150C < T < 600C

No Painting
No Painting

---

14-1
15-1

White N9.0
--

T = -46C
-46C = 150C
150 C < T = 600C

No Painting
14-1
No Painting

-Gray
--

14-1
15-1

White N9.0
Aluminum

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 2: Including rust prevention during transportation, storage, etc.
NOTE 9: Piping others, shall apply to the piping support materials, such as bracket, stantion, shoe, etc.
NOTE 10: For insulated carbon steel sweating service piping in temperature range minus 10C to 25C, P.S. No. 17-2 shall be applied in lieu of 18-1 or 21-1.
NOTE 11: Valve spindles, gland bushes and packing tightening studs/nuts shall not be painted and shall be protected against inadvertent
paint spray,
splash or touch-up. Manufacturers Standard shall meet the requirements of Appendix 4-2, Sys. 12, Note 8.
NOTE 12: Valve Manufacturers Standard Finish for shop applied paint shall comply with the following minimum standards to be
considered
acceptable: The coating system shall be suitable for marine exposure. One coat of rust inhibiting primer, min. 2 mils (50
) thickness.
One finish or color coat, min. 2 mils (50) to 3 mils (75) thickness. Submit coating procedure and product data sheets for
approval
by OWNER/CONTRACTOR.

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APPLICATION OF PAINTING SYSTEMS
APPENIDX 4-1
AND COLOR CONDITION (Note 1)
5 OF 7
NO.

ITEM TO BE
PAINTED (Note 1)

TEMPERATURE
RANGE OF
SURFACE TO BE
PAINTED

PAINTING
SYSTEM
NO.

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO.
INLAND

PAGE

PAINTING
SYSTEM NO.
MARINE

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO
MARINE

INLAND
8.
8.1

STEEL
STRUCTURE
Pipe Rack

Prefab

2-1

Dark Blue

2-2

2-3

10B 5/10

2-3

2-1

2-2

2-3

0 C < T = 80C
Non-Prefab
0 C < T = 80C
8.2

Steel Structure for


Stack

Prefab

Prefab

0 C < T = 80C
0 C < T = 80C

2-1

Light Gray
N7.5
Light Gray
N7.5
Dark Blue

Non-Prefab

0 C < T = 80C

2-3

10B 5/10

0 C < T = 80C

2-3/2-1

Yellow
5Y8.5/12

Yellow
5Y8.5/12

< T = 100C

34-2

Galvanized Steel
Gray

--

T 100 C

--

--

32-2

White N9.0

--

T 100C

--

--

33-2

Green

0 C < T = 80C

12

12

White N9.0

0 C < T = 80C

12

Light Gray
N7.5
Light Gray
N7.5
Dark Blue
10B 5/10
Dark Blue
10B 5/10
Light Gray
N7.5

12

White N9.0

12

White N9.0

12

White N9.0

12

White N9.0

12

White N9.0

12

Light Gray N7.5

12
12

Light Gray N7.5


Per Individual
Specification
White N9.0

0 C < T = 80C
Non-Prefab

8.3

2-3

9.2

Steel Structure for


Vessel, Tower, Heat
Exchanger, Pipe
Supports, etc.
Utility Station
(supports, Hose
Stand)
Eye Wash Station
Other Structural Steel
and Piping
Galvanized Steel
Below the Upper
Floor and Above the
Lower Floor Inside
the Berth
Galvanized Steel
Below the Lower
Floor
Inside the Berth
ELECTRICAL
Cable Duct
1) Inside
2) Outside
Cable Pipe

9.3

Power Generator

12

9.4

Motor

12

9.5

Switchboard
(1) Outdoor
1) Inside
2) Outside

8.4

8.5
8.6

8.7

9.
9.1

0 C < T = 80C

12

White N9.0

(2) Indoor
1) Inside

9.6

2) Outside
Panel

0 C < T = 80C

12

9.7

Lighting Equipment

0 C < T = 80C

12

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Light Gray

12

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(1) Outdoor
(2) Indoor

N7.5
12

7.5 BG 6/15

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see paragraph 2.2.2.

APPLICATION OF PAINTING SYSTEMS


AND COLOR CONDITION (Note 1)
NO.

ITEM TO BE PAINT ED (Note


1)

9.8

Emergency Stop, Button,


Switch & Lamp
Transformer, Power Condenser,
etc.
INSTRUMENT
Instrument Duct
(1) Outdoor
1) Inside
2) Outside

9.9
10.
10.1

10.2

(2) Indoor
1) Inside
2) Outside
Control Panel
(1) Outdoor
1) Front Side
2) Back Side
3) Channel Base

TEMPERATURE
RANGE OF
SURFACE TO BE
PAINTED
0 C < T = 80C

PAINTING
SYSTEM
NO.
INLAND
12
12

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO.
INLAND
Red 5R
4/14
Light Gray
N7.5

PAINTING
SYSTEM NO.
MARINE

12

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO
MARINE
Red 5R
4/14
White N9.0

12

White N9.0

12

White N9.0

12
12
12

Whit e N9.0
White N9.0
White N9.0

12
12
12
12

By Individual
Specification

12

0 C < T = 80C
12

12

0 C < T = 80C

12
By
Individual

10.3

(2) Indoor
1) Front Side
2) Back Side
3) Channel Side
Graphic

0 C < T = 80C

12

10.4

Instrument Panel

0 C < T = 80C

12

10.5

Stanchion

0 C < T = 80C

12

10.6
10.7

Terminal Box
Instrument Equipment
(1) Outdoor
1) Valve (Note 11)
2) Transmitter

0 C < T = 80C
0 C < T = 80C

12

(2) Indoor
1) Valve (Note 11)
2) Transmitter

APPENDIX 4-1
PAGE 6 OF 7

Spec.

12

12

Yellow
5Y 8.5/12
(except S.S. piping
Yellow
5Y 8.5/12

12

By Individual
Specification
White N9.0

12

White N9.0

12

White N9.0

12
12

White N9.0
White N9.0

12
12

White N9.0
White N9.0

Same as Piping

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 11: Valve spindles, gland bushes and packing tightening studs/nuts shall not be painted and shall be

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protected against inadvertent paint spray, splash or touch-up

APPLICATION OF PAINTING SYSTEMS


AND COLOR CONDITION (Note 1)
NO.

11.
11.1
11.2
11.3

11.4

ITEM TO BE PAINTED
(Note 1)

FIRE FIGHTING
Fire Extinguisher
Hydrant
Box for Fire Extinguisher
(1) Outdoor
(2) Indoor
Box for Fire House
(1) Outdoor

TEMPERATUR
E RANGE OF
SURFACE TO
BE PAINTED

PAINTING
SYSTEM
NO.
INLAND

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO.
INLAND

PAINTING
SYSTEM
NO.
MARINE

COLOR
CONDITION
MUNSELL NO.
MARINE

12
12

Red 5R 4/14

12
12

Red 5R 41/4

12

12

12

12

12

12

12.2

(2) Indoor
Others
OTHERS
Boiler
(1) Body, Nozzle, Manhole
(2) Piping
(3) Valve, etc. (Note 11)
(4) Ladder, Stage, Stack
(5) Service Oil Tank
(6) Others
Air Dryer

12.3

N2 Generator

12

12.4

Cooling Tower

12

12.5

Loading Arm

7-1

12.6

Gangway

7-1

11.5
12.
12.1

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Light Gray
N7.5

12

White N9.0

Hot Dip Galvanized (Not Painted)


12
White N9.0

12

White N9.0

12

12

White N9.0

12

White N9.0

12

White N9.0

7-1

White N9.0

7-1

White N9.0

12

Light Gray
N7.5
Pale Blue
10B 4/8
Light Gray
N7.5
Light Gray
N7.5
Light Gray
N7.5

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12.7

Air Fin Cooler

2-2

12.8

Lube Oil Console


include. all equipment

12

Light Ivory
10YR 9/1
Dark Blue
10B 5/10

2-2

White N9.0

12

White N9.0

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 11: Valve spindles, gland bushes and packing tightening studs/nuts shall not be painted and shall be
Protected against inadvertent paint spray or touch-up.

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PAINT SYSTEMS

T = 100C

2-2 (2-2 )
(Note 2)
T = 100C

2-3 (2-3 )
(Note 2)
T = 100C

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

Field
SSPC-SP 10

PRIMER
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material (Note 3)
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop
Inorganic Zinc (Note 5)
50
1
Spray

Shop
Inorganic Zinc (Note 5)
50 (75)
1
Spray

Field
Inorganic Zinc (Note 5)
50 (75)
1
Spray

Shop
Epoxy
100
1
Spray

Field
Epoxy
100 (100)
1
Spray

Field
Epoxy
100 (100)
1
Spray

Shop
Polyurethane
30
1
Spray, Brush

Field
Polyurethane
30 (30)
1
Spray, Brush

Field
Polyurethane
30 (30)
1
Spray, Brush

Min. 180

Min. 180 (205)

Min. 180 (205)

PAINT SYSTEM NO. (Note 1)

2-1

TEMPERATURE OF METAL
SURFACE TO BE PAINTED

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

APPENDIX 4-2
PAGE 1 OF 13

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method
FINISH COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

TOTAL DFT () Microns

REPAIR (TOUCH-UP)
: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
- Bare Metal
- Film
: Material (Note 4)
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field
(Note 6)
SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Organic Zinc
75
1
Spray

Field

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Organic Zinc
50 (75)
1
Spray

10

GUARANTEE CLASS

11

OTHERS

(B)

(B)

NOTE 1: For surfaces not painted see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.

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NOTE 2: DFT numbers given in parenthesis refer to paint system numbers given in parenthesis.
NOTE 3: Inorganic zinc shall have a minimum percentage of zinc dust on dry zinc of 85 percent with a purity of
99 percent
NOTE 4: Unless specified otherwise, organic zinc paints shall be epoxy polyamide cure type.
NOTE 5: Repairs shall be performed by organic zinc.
NOTE 6: Field touch-up materials shall be the same as applied in the shop including DFT per coat.

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PAINT SYSTEMS

PAINT SYSTEM NO. (Note 1)

TEMPERATURE OF METAL
SURFACE TO BE PAINTED

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

APPENDIX 4-2
PAGE 2 OF 13

3-2 (3-2 )
(Note 2)
100 C < T = 200C

4-2 (4-2 )
(Note 2)
200 C < T = 400C

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

PRIMER
: Work P lace
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material (Note 3)
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
50 (75)
1
Spray

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
50 (75)
1
Spray

Shop
Silicone
25
2
Spray, Brush

Field
Modified Silicone
15
2
Spray, Brush

Shop and/or Field


Silicone
10 (10)
2
Spray, Brush

Shop and/or Field


Silicone
10
2
Spray, Brush

Min. 80 (105)

Min. 70 (95)

Min. 70

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method
FINISH COATS
: Work Place (Note 6)
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

TOTAL DFT () Microns

REPAIR (TOUCH-UP)
: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
- Bare Metal
- Film
: Material (Note 4)
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field (Note 5)

Field (Note 5)

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Organic Zinc
50
1
Spray, Brush

SSPC-SP 10 (Note 1)
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Organic Zinc
50 (75)
1
Spray, Brush

10

GUARANTEE CLASS

11

OTHERS

5-3
400 C < T = 600C

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted, see Paragraph. 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 2: DFT numbers given in parenthesis refer to paint system numbers given in parenthesis.

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NOTE 3: Inorganic zinc paint shall have a minimum percentage of zinc dust on dry zinc of 85 percent with a
purity of 99 percent
NOTE 4: Unless specified otherwise, organic zinc paints shall be the epoxy polyamide cure type.
NOTE 5: Field touch-up materials shall be the same as applied in the shop including the DFT per coat.
NOTE 6: DELETED

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Rev. 6

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PAINT SYSTEMS
APPENDIX 4-2
PAGE 3 OF 13
1

PAINT SYSTEM NO. (Note 1)

6-1 (Note 5)

6-2

TEMPERATURE OF METAL
SURFACE TO BE PAINTED

T = 400C

20 C < T = 400C

7-1
(Note 2)
T = 100C

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

PRIMER
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
20
1
Spray

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
20
1
Spray

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material (Note 3)
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
50
1
Spray, Brush

Field
Inorganic Zinc
30
1
Spray

Shop
Inorganic Zinc (note 5)
75
1
Spray

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

FINISH COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop
Epoxy
100
1
Spray

Min. 50

Min. 50

Min. 175

Field

Field

Field

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Organic Zinc
50
1
Spray, Brush
-

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Organic Zinc
50
1
Spray, Brush
-

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Organic Zinc
75
1
Spray, Brush
A

TOTAL DFT () Microns

REPAIR (TOUCH-UP)
: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
- Bare Metal
- Film
: Material (Note 4)
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method
GUARANTEE CLASS
OTHERS

10
11

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 3: Inorganic zinc paint shall have a minimum percentage of zinc dust on dry zinc of 85 percent with a

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purity of 99 percent.
NOTE 4: Unless specified otherwise, organic zinc paints shall be epoxy polyamide cure type.
NOTE 5: For outer surface of carbon steel and low alloy attachments welded to insulated equipment in cold
service (0C and below), painting system No. 21-1 shall be applied instead of 6-1 or 18-1.

PAINT SYSTEMS

APPENDIX 4-2
PAGE 4 OF 13

PAINT SYSTEM NO. (Note 1)

7-2

9-3

11-2

TEMPERATURE OF METAL
SURFACE TO BE PAINTED

T = 100C

0 C < T = 80C

0 C < T = 40C

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

Field
SSPC-SP 3

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

PRIMER
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
20
1
Spray

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
20
1
Spray

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material (Note 3,4)
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
75
1
Spray

Field
Zinc Chromate
25
2
Brush, Spray

Field
Epoxy
100
1
Spray

Field
Tar Epoxy
100
2
Spray, Roller

Min. 175

Min. 50

Min. 220

Field

Field

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Organic Zinc

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method
FINISH COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

TOTAL DFT () Microns

REPAIR (TOUCH-UP)
: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
- Bare Metal
- Film
: Material (Note 4, 5)

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: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

10

GUARANTEE CLASS

11

OTHERS

75
1
Spray, Brush

Organic Zinc (Note 4)


20
1
Spray, Brush

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 3: Inorganic zinc paint shall have a minimum percentage of zinc dust on dry zinc of 85 percent with a
purity of 99 percent.
NOTE 4: Unless specified otherwise, organic zinc paints shall be epoxy polyamide cure type.

PAINT SYSTEMS

PAINT SYSTEM NO.

TEMPERATURE OF METAL
SURFACE TO BE PAINTED

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

Note 6

PRIMER
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Note 6

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Note 6

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Note 6

FINISH COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats

Note 6

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12
(Note 6,7,8)
Note 6

14-1

APPENDIX 4-2
PAGE 5 OF13
15-1

T = 150C

150 C < T = 600C

Shop
SSPC-SP 1

Shop
SSPC-SP 1

Shop and/or Field


Epoxy
50
1
Spray, Brush

Shop and/or Field


Silicone
15
3
Spray, Brush

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: Application Method
8

TOTAL DFT () Microns

Note 6

Min. 50

Min. 45

REPAIR (TOUCH-UP)
Note 6
Field
Field
: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
SSPC-SP 2
SSPC-SP 2
- Bare Metal
- Film
Same as Shop
Same as Shop
: Material
Same as Shop
Same as Shop
: DFT Per Coat ()
Same as Shop
Same as Shop
Same as Shop
Same as Shop
: Number of Coats
: Application Method
B
10
GUARANTEE CLASS
B
B
Note 2
11
OTHERS
Note 7
NOTE 6: MANUFACTURERS STANDARD - Prior to painting work, painting system and material specification shall be
subject to OWNERs approval.
NOTE 7: When finish coat is damaged, additional one coat shall be applied in the field by request.
NOTE 8: Manufacturer shall present to OWNER the paint data listed in Appendix 4-4 for approval prior to any coating.

PAINT SYSTEMS

APPENDIX 4-2
PAGE 6 OF 13

PAINT SYSTEM NO. (Note 1)

16-3

17-2 (Note 10)

18-1 (Note 5,10)

TEMPERATURE OF METAL
SURFACE TO BE PAINTED

0 C < T = 80C

T = 100C

T = 0C

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

Shop
SSPC-SP 1

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

PRIMER
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop
Epoxy
50
1
Spray, Brush

Shop
Inorganic Zinc (Note 3)
50
1
Spray, Brush

Shop and/or Field


Epoxy
100
1
Spray

Field
Epoxy
100
1
Spray

Field
Epoxy
100
1
Spray

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

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7

FINISH COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field
Polyurethane
30
1
Spray, Brush

Field
Polyurethane
30
1
Spray, Brush

Min. 180

Min. 180

Min. 100

TOTAL DFT () Microns

REPAIR (TOUCH-UP)
: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
- Bare Metal
- Film
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field

Field

Field

SSPC-SP 2
Paper Sanding
Same as Shop
Same as Shop
Same as Shop
Same as Shop

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Organic Zinc (Note 4)
50
1
Spray, Brush

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Epoxy
100
1
Spray

10

GUARANTEE CLASS

11

OTHERS

(B)

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted, see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 3: Inorganic zinc paint shall have a minimum percentage of zinc dust on dry zinc of 85 percent with a
purity of 99 percent.
NOTE 4: Unless specified otherwise, organic zinc paints epoxy polyamide cure type.
NOTE 5: Repairs shall be performed by organic zinc.
NOTE 10: For insulated sweating service piping in temperature range minus 10C to 25C, painting system No.
17-2 shall be applied instead of 18-1 or 21-1.
PAINT SYSTEMS

APPENDIX 4-2
PAGE 7 OF 13
22-1

PAINT SYSTEM NO. (Note 1)

18-3

21-1 (Note 10)

TEMPERATURE OF METAL
SURFACE TO BE PAINTED

T = 0C

0 C < T = 150C

0 C < T = 500C

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

Field
SSPC-SP 10

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

Shop
SSPC-SP 10

PRIMER
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field
Epoxy
100
1
Spray

Shop
Epoxy (Note 9)
125
2
Spray

Shop (Note 1)
Inorganic Zinc
50
1
Spray

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Rev. 6

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6

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

FINISH COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop and/or Field


Modified Silicone
15
1
Spray

Min. 100

250

Min. 65

Field

Field

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 2 or SP 3
Same as Shop
Same as Shop
Same as Shop
Same as Shop

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 7 or SP 3
Same As Shop
Same As Shop
Same As Shop
Same As Shop

TOTAL DFT () Microns

REPAIR (TOUCH-UP)
: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
- Bare Metal
- Film
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

10

GUARANTEE CLASS

11
OTHERS
NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted, see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 3: Inorganic zinc paint shall have a minimum percentage of zinc dust on dry zinc of 85 percent with a purity of 99 percent
NOTE 4: Unless specified otherwise, organic zinc paints shall be epoxy polyamide cure type.
NOTE 9: Epoxy coating shall either be an immersion grade epoxy phenolic or epoxy amine adduct or a high melting point coal tar
epoxy
Minimum dry temperature resistance shall be 150C for continuous operation and a minimum of 200C for intermittent
operation.
NOTE 10: For insulated sweating service piping in temperature range -10C to 25C, painting system No. 17-2 shall be
applied instead of 18-1 or 21-1.
NOTE 13: DELETED

PAINT SYSTEMS
1

PAINT SYSTEM NO.

TEMPERATURE OF METAL
SURFACE TO BE PAINTED

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

PRIMER
: Work Place
: Material

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APPENDIX 4-2
PAGE 8OF 13
25-2

23-1

24-2

0 C < T = 30C

-46 C < T = 100C

100 C < T = 200C

Shop and Field


SSPC-SP 10

Shop
SSPC-SP6

Shop
SSPC-SP6

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: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method
5

Shop and Field


Epoxy (Note 13)
125-150
2
Spray

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
50
1
Spray, Brush

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
50
1
Spray, Brush

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field
Epoxy
100
1
Spray

FINISH COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field
Polyurethane
30
1
Spray, Brush

Field
Modified Silicone
15
2
Spray, Brush

250 to 300

MIN. 180

MIN. 80

Field

Field

Field

SSPC-SP 10
SSPC-SP 2 or SP 3
Same As Shop
Same As Shop
Same As Shop
Same As Shop
A

SSPC-SP6
SSPC-SP7 or SP3
Inorganic Zine
50
1
Spray, Brush
A

SSPC-SP6
SSPC-SP7 or SP3
Inorganic Zine
50
1
Spray, Brush
A

(B)

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material (Notes 3,4)
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

TOTAL DFT () Microns

10

REPAIR (TOUCH-UP)
: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
- Bare Metal
- Film
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method
GUARANTEE CLASS

11

OTHERS

NOTE 3: Inorganic zinc paint shall have a minimum percentage of zinc dust on dry zinc of 85 percent with a purity of 99
percent
NOTE 12: DELETED
NOTE 13: Epoxy coating shall either be an immersion grade epoxy phenolic or epoxy amine adduct or a high melting point
coal tar epoxy. Minimum dry temperature resistance shall be 150C for continuous operation and minimum of
200C for intermittent operation.

PAINT SYSTEMS
1

PAINT SYSTEM NO. (Note 1)

26-2

27-2

TEMPERATURE OF METAL

200 C < T = 400C

T = 100C

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APPENDIX 4-2
PAGE 9 OF 13
28-2
0 C < T = 150C

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SURFACE TO BE PAINTED
3

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

Normally T = 150C
cyclic to 200C
Shop
SSPC-SP6

Shop
SSPC-SP6

Shop
SSPC-SP6

PRIMER
: Work Place
: Material (Notes 3,4)
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
50
1
Spray, Brush

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
50
1
Spray, Brush

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
50
1
Spray, Brush

Field
Silicone

Field
Epoxy (Note 13)

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method
FINISH COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

10
2
Spray, Brush

125-150
2
Spray

TOTAL DFT () Microns

MIN. 70

MIN. 50 (75)

300 to 350

REPAIR (TOUCH-UP)
: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
- Bare Metal
- Film
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field

Field

Field

SSPC-SP6
SSPC-SP7 or SP3
Inorganic Zine
50
1
Spray, Brush

SSPC-SP6
SSPC-SP7 or SP3
Organic Zine (Note 4)
50
1
Spray, Brush

SSPC-SP6
SSPC-SP7 or SP3
Organic Zine (Note 4)
50
1
Spray, Brush

10

GUARANTEE CLASS

11

OTHERS

(B)

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted, see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 3: Inorganic zinc paint shall have a minimum percentage of zinc dust on dry zinc of 85 percent with a purity of 99
percent
NOTE 4: Unless specified otherwise, organic zinc paints shall be epoxy polyamide cure type.

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NOTE 13: Epoxy coating shall either be an immersion grade epoxy phenolic or epoxy amine adduct or a high melting point coal
tar epoxy. Minimum dry temperature resistance shall be 150C for continuous operation and minimum of 200C for
intermittent operation.
PAINT SYSTEMS
1

PAINT SYSTEM NO. (Note 1)

TEMPERATURE OF METAL SURFACE


TO BE PAINTED

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

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29-2

30-2

31-2

150 C < T

Normally = 150C
Cyclic to 500C

-40C < 100 C

Shop
SSPC-SP6

Shop
SSPC-SP6

PRIMER
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material (Note 3,4)
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
50
1
Spray, Brush

Shop
Inorganic Zinc
50-75
1
Spray

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

FINISH COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field
Silicone
25
2
Spray

Field
Epoxy Paint
50
1
Spray, Brush

MIN. 50 (75)

100 to 125

--

Field
SSPC-SP3

Note 16

Note 16

Note 16

Note 17

TOTAL DFT () Microns

REPAIR (TOUCH -UP)


: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
- Bare Metal
- Film
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field

Field

SSPC-SP6
SSPC-SP7 or SP3
Organic Zine (Note 4)
50
1
Spray, Brush

SSPC-SP6
SSPC-SP2 or SP3
Organic Zinc (Note 4)
50-75
1
Spray

Zinc Rich Epoxy Paint


50
2
Spray, Brush

10

GUARANTEE CLASS

--

11

OTHERS

--

NOTE 1: For surfaces not to be painted, see Paragraph 2.2.1, for surfaces to be painted see Paragraph 2.2.2.
NOTE 3: Inorganic zinc paint shall have a minimum percentage of zinc dust on dry zinc of 85 percent with a
purity of 99 percent

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NOTE 4: Unless specified otherwise, organic zinc paints shall be epoxy polyamide cure type.
NOTE 11: DELETED
NOTE 16: Base materials of pipe, fitting, and flange shall be supplied with hot-dip galvanized.
NOTE:17: Before finish color paint applied:
a) Oil and grease shall be removed by suitable cleanser.
b) On the galvanized steel suitable primer should be applied.
(Consult with Paint Vendor)

PAINT SYSTEMS

PAINT SYSTEM NO.

TEMPERATURE OF METAL
SURFACE TO BE PAINTED

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32-2 (Note 14)

33-2 (Note 15)

34-2 (Note 16)

T = 100C

T = 100C

T = 100C

SURFACE PREPARATION
: Work Place
: Grade

Note 16

Note 16

Note 16

PRIMER
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Note 16

Note 16

Note 16

UNDER COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Note 16

Note 16

Note 16

INTERMEDIATE COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Note 16

Note 16

Note 16

FINISH COATS
: Work Place
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

Field (Note 17)


Epoxy Paint
50
1
Spray, Brush

Field (Note 17)


Epoxy Paint
50
1
Spray, Brush

Field
SSPC-SP3
Zinc Rich Epoxy Paint
50
2
Spray, Brush

Field
SSPC-SP3
Zinc Rich Epoxy Paint
50
2
Spray, Brush

Field
SSPC-SP3
Zinc Rich Epoxy Paint
50
2
Spray, Brush

TOTAL DFT () Microns

REPAIR (TOUCH-UP)
: Work Place
: Surface Preparation
: Material
: DFT Per Coat ()
: Number of Coats
: Application Method

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10

GUARANTEE CLASS

11

OTHERS

NOTE 14: System No. 32-2 shall apply a galvanized steel below the upper floor and above the lower floor inside
the berth.
NOTE 15: System No. 33-2 shall apply on galvanized steel below the lower floor inside the berth.
NOTE 16: Base materials of pipe, fitting, and flange shall be supplied with hot-dip galvanized.
NOTE:17: Before finish color paint applied:
a) Oil and grease shall be removed by suitable cleanser.
b) On the galvanized steel suitable primer should be applied.
(Consult with Paint Vendor)

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CONTENTS
Section

Page

1.

SCOPE
1.1
1.2
1.3

2.

REFERENCES................................................................................................................................................................2

3.

CONFLICT.....................................................................................................................................................................3

4.

EQUIPMENT NUMBER..............................................................................................................................................3
4.1
Extent of Lettering for Equipment Number...............................................................................................3
4.2
Position of Lettering ....................................................................................................................................3
4.3
Size..................................................................................................................................................................3
4.4
Space between Letters.................................................................................................................................3
4.5
Style................................................................................................................................................................3
4.6
Color...............................................................................................................................................................3
4.7
Painting System............................................................................................................................................4

5.

EQUIPMENT.................................................................................................................................................................4

6.

IDENTIFICATION OF PIPING SYSTEM..................................................................................................................4


6.1
Extent for Identification of Piping System................................................................................................4
6.2
Location for Identification of Piping System...........................................................................................4
6.3
Method for Identification of Piping System.............................................................................................4
6.4
Color Band.....................................................................................................................................................4
6.5
Arrow.............................................................................................................................................................6
6.6
Lettering.........................................................................................................................................................7
6.7
Space between Color Band, Letter and Arrow.........................................................................................7
6.8
Labeling of Pipelines....................................................................................................................................8

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General...........................................................................................................................................................2
Purpose..........................................................................................................................................................2
Definition.......................................................................................................................................................2

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7.

HAZARD MARKINGS AND SAFETY SIGNS......................................................................................................10


7.1
Hazard Marking............................................................................................. .......................10
7.2
Safety Sign.............................................................................................................................10

8.

SYMBOL MARK........................................................................................................................................................10
8.1
Extent of Symbol Mark ..............................................................................................................................10
8.2
Position........................................................................................................................................................10
8.3
Size................................................................................................................................................................11
8.4
Painting System..........................................................................................................................................11

9.

STYLE OF LETTER....................................................................................................................................................11
9.1
Arabic Letter...............................................................................................................................................11
9.2
Alphabet......................................................................................................................................................11
Fig. 1.
Figure and Alphabet Style ...........................................................................................................12
Fig. 2.
Labeling System of Pipelines at R.O.W......................................................................................13

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1. SCOPE
1.1 General
This specification covers design requirements of the lettering and marking for tower, vessel, heat
exchanger, reactor, tank, fired heater, rotary machine, piping, electrical equipment, instrument, fire
fighting equipment, etc.
1.2 Purpose
The purpose of this specification is to specify the lettering and marking which indicate equipment
number, equipment name, fluid direction, etc.
1.3 Definition
1) Background Color
Background color means the color of the paint to show the lettering or marking more clearly.

2. REFERENCES
The requirements contained in the latest editions of the following standards shall form an integral part of
this specification.
1) ANSI/ASME Z53.1
Safety color code for marking physical hazards

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2) ANSI/ASME A13.1
Scheme for the identifications of piping systems.

3. CONFLICT
1) When there is a conflict among the requirements of Project Specification and this specification,
the requirements of Project Specification shall govern.
2) When there is a conflict among the requirements of the applicable standards and this
specification, the requirements herein shall govern.

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4. EQUIPMENT NUMBER
4.1 Extent of Lettering for Equipment Number
Unless otherwise specified, all equipment numbers shall be clearly marked for the required equipment in
accordance with this specification.
4.2 Position of Lettering
The equipment number shall be as placed where it can be easily seen from the road and as approved by
OWNER. Lettering shall be a minimum of 1500 mm above the ground.
4.3 Size
The size of the lettering shall be as follows:
Equipment to be Lettered
1) Tower, Vessel, Heat Exchanger
Reactor, Fired Heater, Tank
50 m < Diameter
15 m < Diameter = 50 m
5 m < Diameter = 15 m
1 m < Diameter = 5 m

Size of Letter

Width x Length
900 mm x 900 mm
600 mm x 600 mm
300 mm x 300 mm
100 mm x 100 mm

2) Large rotary machines

100 mm x 100 mm

3) Small rotary machines

50 mm x 50 mm

4.4 Space between Letters


Space between letters shall be 10% of the size of the letter, but minimum space shall be 15 mm.
4.5 Style
The style of the letter shall be in accordance with paragraph 8.
4.6 Color
The color of the letter shall be black (Munsell No. N-1.75)

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4.7 Painting System


Painting system shall be in accordance with Table 2.

5. EQUIPMENT NAME
The equipment name shall also be marked when it is called for.

6. IDENTIFICATION OF PIPING SYSTEM


6.1 Extent for Identification of Piping System
Unless otherwise specified, all pipings shall be identified in accordance with this specification.
6.2 Location for Identification of Piping System
Identification of piping system shall be located where it can be seen easily and shall be as follows:
1) Marking shall be made for each 100 m, and be made preferentially at each bending and turning
point.
2) The inlet and outlet portion of rotary machines shall be marked.
3) The inlet and outlet control valve shall be marked.
6.3 Method for Identification of Piping System
The method for identification of piping system shall be color bands. An arrow and lettering both shall be
displayed additionally.
6.4 Color Band (Applicable to Firewater Lines Only)
6.4.1 Size of Color Band
Pipe Size
Diameter < 8 inch
Diameter = 8 inch

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Width of Color Band


50 mm
100 mm

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6.4.2 Painting System
Painting system shall be in accordance with Table 2.
6.4.3 Color Identification
For firewater lines: Background color - white, Munsell No. N9.0
Band color - Red, Munsell No. 115R4/14
6.5 Arrow
6.5.1 The shape and size of arrow shall be as follows:
(See following Table for dimensions)

NO.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

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Nominal Pipe Size


(inches)
1/8

3/8

W1
3
3
3
3
3

W2
9
9
9
9
9

L1
9
9
9
9
9

L2
27
27
27
27
27

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6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.

1
2
2
3
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
12

5
5
5
10
10
10
10
15
15
15
30
30
30
30
50

15
15
15
30
30
30
30
45
45
45
90
90
90
90
150

15
15
15
30
30
30
30
45
45
45
90
90
90
90
150

45
45
45
90
90
90
90
135
135
135
270
270
270
270
450

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NO.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.

Nominal Pipe Size


(inches)
14
16
18
20
22
24
26
28
30
32
34
36
40
44
48
54
60
69
72
80

W1
50
50
80
80
80
80
100
100
100
100
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150

W2
150
150
240
240
240
240
300
300
300
300
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450

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L1
150
150
240
240
240
240
300
300
300
300
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450
450

L2
450
450
480
480
480
480
600
600
600
600
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750
750

6.5.2 Color
Unless otherwise specified, color of the arrow shall be black (Munsell No. N-1.75).
6.5.3 Painting System
The painting system of arrow shall be in accordance with Table 2.
6.6 Lettering
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6.6.1 Style
The style of the letters shall be in accordance with Paragraph 8.
6.6.2 Size
The size of the letters shall be as follows:
Diameter = 2 inch
Diameter = 6 inch
Diameter = 40 inch
Diameter > 40 inch

Width x Height
10 mm x 10 mm
30 mm x 30 mm
80 mm x 80 mm
100 mm x 100 mm

6.6.3 Color
Unless otherwise specified, the color of the lettering shall be black. (Munsell No. N-1.75)

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6.6.4 Space between Letters


The proper space between letters shall be 10% of the size of the letter, but the minimum space shall be
15 mm.
6.7 Space between Color Band, Letter and Arrow
Space between color band, letter, and arrow shall be the same as the size of the letter, but the maximum
space shall be 50 mm.

6.8 Labeling of Pipelines


This identification of the pipelines on pipe racks, sleeper ways and A3 PC-3 BERTH area shall be
applied as follows.
Similar markings are also required for in-plant piping. Location and spacings of such markings shall be
as directed by operations department during the precommissioning of the plant.
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6.8.1 Pipeline Label


A pipeline label shall have, components A through E. Component F will be used, if applicable. A
typical label shown below.

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6.8.2 Languages
The pipeline labels shall be in Arabic and English. The labels shall be placed end to end i.e. not one
above the other with the Arabic label on the right side. The Arabic text will be 50% higher for ease of
readability.
6.8.3 Label Colors
Label numbers and lettering (label components A, B, C, D, and E) shall be in black. In cases where
pipeline color is black or dark, numbers and lettering will be black on a white background.
6.8.4 Label Location and Spacing
Pipeline labels shall be at the following locations: culverts (both sides), where pipe goes underground,
riser (where line leaves pipeway), every structure including every expansion loop; therefore, maximum
spacing of labels will be about 330 meters.
6.8.5 Industry Logo (Component A)
The use of industry logos will be at each industrys option. Industries may decide to add its logo to the
pipeline label at a future date.
Industry Identification Number (Component B)
6.8.6 Line Contents (Component D)

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Line content description in full or abbreviated form shall be used. Note paragraph 1.0 of this Guideline
requires prior Royal Commission approval of label tests.
Direction of Flow (Component E)
The arrow indicates the flow direction; in case of loops where flow may be in both directions, the arrow
shall point in both directions.
<>
6.8.7 U.N. Symbols (Component F)
The United Nations labeling system for dangerous substances divides into these 9 Classes. Some
Classes are further subdivided into Divisions. The 9 Classes are:
Class 1:
Class 2:
Class 3:
Class 4:
Class 5:
Class 6:

Explosives
Gases - compressed, liquified, or dissolved under pressure
Inflammable Liquids
Inflammable Solids
Oxidizing Substances; Organic Peroxides
Poisonous (Toxic) and Infectious Substances

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Class 7: Radioactive Substances


Class 8: Corrosive Substances
Class 9: Miscellaneous Dangerous Substances - substances which during transport
present a danger not covered by other classes
A maximum of two U.N. symbols shall be used on one pipeline; for example Class 3 Inflammable
Liquid and Class 6 Toxic Substance.
Use of test on U.N. Symbol is optional. The text shall be used to describe the nature of the risk and
precautions to be taken in handling it. The text, printed in black, should be in the lower half of the U.N.
symbol.
At present, the use of U.N. Classes 2, 3, 6, and 8 is envisaged.
The labels are further defined in the United Nations publication Transport of Dangerous Goods.
Recommendations Prepared by the Committee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods.

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7. HAZARD MARKINGS AND SAFETY SIGNS


7.1 Hazard Markings
In line with the requirements of NFPA 704, hazard markings shall be displayed on storage vessels/tanks
in service having a hazard rating of 2 or more for any of the hazards three (3) criterion, i.e., Health, Fire
or Reactivity or any special hazard such as water-reactive, corrosive, acidic, explosive, etc.
Generally, for large diameter tanks and spheres, the size of the diamond shall be 20 in x 20 in with
each of the four (4) hazards indicated in individual squares of 10 in x 10 in. On smaller tanks/vessels the
diamond shall be 15 in. x 15 in.
Exact size and locations shall be as directed by OWNER.
7.2 Safety Signs
Safety and emergency signs shall be provided throughout the site as required from safety and process
view points as well as to guide and warn the operating and maintenance personnel regarding potential
hazards associated with equipment, process, operation, hoisting, traffic, etc.

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8. COMPANY SYMBOL MARK


8.1 Extent of Symbol Mark
OWNERs symbol or trademark shall be marked up for the tank when it is requested. For more visible
large size tanks and spheres, both PETROKEMYA and SABIC logos shall be marked.
8.2 Position

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Proposed position of symbols is given below, which shall be confirmed by OWNER along with
orientation. Symbols/logos may be required on more than one side.

8.3 Size
The size of the symbol mark is recommended to be approximately 1/5 of the height or diameter of the
tank. This is to be confirmed by the Owner.
8.4 Painting System
The same paint as the finish coat shall be applied in two coats and the color shall be determined for each
case.

9. STYLE OF LETTER
All safety signs must be in both Arabic and English.
9.1 Arabic Figures
The style of Arabic figures shall be in accordance with FIG. 2.
9.2 Alphabet
The style of the Alphabet shall be in accordance with FIG. 1.

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FIGURE 1
FIGURE AND ALPHABET STYLE

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FIG. 2 - LABELING SYSTEM OF PIPELINES AT R.O.W.


FLUID NAME
FROM/TO

:
:

LINE

HIGH PRESSURE VAPOR ETHYLENE


FROM PETROKEMYA TO SADAF
AND
FROM SADAF TO PETROKEMYA
8

FLUID NAME
FROM/TO
LINE SIZE

:
:
:

WASH OIL
FROM REFINERY-I TO PETROKEMYA
4

FLUID NAME
FROM/TO
LINE SIZE

:
:
:

USED WASH OIL


FROM PETROKEMYA TO REFINERY-I
4

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Table 2. PAINTING SYSTEM


(1)

Surface Preparation

If required , Sand Papering , or SSPC-PC 1 (Note 1)

(2)

Background Color Coats


Material
No. of Coat
Dry Film Thickness
Method

Same as Finish Coats (Appendix 4-1) (Note 2)


2
Min .25 per One Coat
Brush

(3)

Color Band or Arrow


Material
Same as Finish Coats (Appendix 4-1)
No. of Coat
2
Dry Film Thickness
Min .25 per One Coat
Method
Brush
NOTES:
(1)
In case of metal jacketing for insulation, SSPC-SP1 as surface preparation shall
be applied.
(2)
In case of metal jacketing for insulation, Epoxy Polyamide paint as painting
material shall be applied.

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PAGE 1 OF 2
MANUFACTURERS PAINT DATA SHEET

1.
2.
3.

MANUFACTURER: ________________________________________________
PRODUCT NO. & NAME: __________________________________________
COMPOSITION:
NAME

VOLUME

1. Vehicles
(1) Base Resin
(2) Sub-base Resin
(3) Other Resin

%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%

2. Pigment
(1) Rust Preventive
(2) Color
(3) Extender
(4) Other
3. Volatile Content
4.

WEIGHT
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%
%

DRYING:
(1)
Mechanism: Cold Curing (Air Drying) ____, Baking ____
(2)
Drying Time (Hour) 20C:
1. Touch _______________________
2. Half Curing ___________________
3. Dry __________________________
4. Recoat Time ___________________

5.

PAINTING:
(1)
Application Method: Air-Spray ____ Airless Spray ___ Brush _________
Dipping_____
(2)
Film Thickness per one Coat:
Application Method
Wet (Av
)
Dry (Av/min)

Airless Spray

Brush

Roller

Dipping

Coverage/coat: Theoretical ____ g/m2, Actual (Recommended) ____g/m2


Interval between coats: Min. ___ Hour; Max. ____ Day ___ Month ____

(3)
(4)
6.

Air Spray

Roller___

DILUTION (MIXING)
(1)
Thinner Name: __________________________________________________________
(2)
Curing Agent: _______________________________________________
(3)
Application Method:
Hand ______
Mixer _____
(4)
Thinning (Mixing)
Air Spray

Airless Spray

Brush

Roller

Dipping

5C
10C
20C
30C
40C
7.

APPLICATION:
(1)
Surface Preparation:
1. Grade SSPC-SP ____ 2. Anchor Pattern Min ____ Av ____
(2)
Overcoat Product No. & Name: __________________________________
(3)
Undercoat Product No. & Name: _________________________________
(4)
Limited Material of Painting Surface:
C.S. _____ S.S. _____ Nonferrous Steel _____ Wood _____
(5)
Environment of Painting Execution:

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1.
2.
3.
4.

Atmospheric Temp:
Temp of Bare Metal Surface:
Humidity:
pH:

Min _____C
Max _____C
Min _____C
Max _____C
Min _____%
Max _____%
Min _____ Max _____

MANUFACTURERS PAINT DATA SHEET


8.

9.

10.

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REPAIR (Touch Up):


(1)
Application Method:

(2)

1. Surface Preparation:
1. Grade SSPC-SP _____, 2. Anchor Pattern Min ____ Av ____
2. Painting Method:___________________________________________
Application Paint Product No. & Name:___________________________

COLOR:
(1)
(2)

Dry:
Liquid:

Max ____

Name____________________ Munsell No.__________________


Name____________________ Munsell No.__________________

PACKAGING:
(1)
Package:

Size

Diameter
(cm)

Width
(cm)

Length
(cm)

Volume
(1)

Weight
(Kg)

Paint
Thinner
(2)
(3)
(4)

(5)

Material: For Paint________ For Thinner (curing agent)_____________


Thick:
For Paint__________ For Thinner (curing agent)_____________
Label:
Manufacturer Name __________________ Product No.______________
Product Name________________________ P roduct Lot No.__________
Product Date_________________________ Life Period Date__________
Weight_________ Paint Color ____________ Caution ______________
Shipping Series No.___________________________________________
Color Label for Discernment of Paint______________________________
Package No: One__________ Two__________ Three__________

11.

STORAGE:
(1)
Atmospheric Temp: Min _____C
Max _____C
(2)
Be exposed to the direct rays of the sun: Avoid_______ Permission_____

12.

PROPERTY:
(1)
Specific Gravity:________ (2)
Viscosity at 200C____cST (mm2/S)
(3)
Heat Resistance: 1. Dry Heat (continuation) min____C max______C
2. Wet Heat (continuation) min____C max______C
(4)
Flash Point_____________
(5)
Pot Life at 20C_____________Hour
(6)
Hiding Power___________
(7)
Contrast Ratio__________________
(8)
Color Stability__________
(9)
Yellowing_____________________
(10)
Recoatability___________
(11)
Over Coatability________________
(12)
Impact Resistance_______
(13)
Hardness______________________
(14)
Flexibility_____________
(15)
Weather Resistance______________
(16)
Water Resistance________
(17)
Alkali Resistance_______________
(18)
Acid Resistance_________
(19)
Boiling Water Resistance_________
(20)
Oil Resistance__________
(21)
Solvent Resistance______________
(22)
Sea Water Resistance____
(22)
Skinning______________________
(24)
Lifting________________

13.

CODE OR REGULATION:
(1)
Paint: JIS___ BS___ DIN___ ASTM___ SSPC___ FS___ Other____
Thinner (Curing Agent): JIS_ BS_ DIN_ ASTM__ SSPC__ FS__ Other__
(3)
Test Certificate:JIS___ BS___ DIN___ ASTM__ SSPC__ FS__ Other___

(2)

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NOTE:

APPENDIX 4-5
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ACCEPTABLE PAINT MANUFACTURERS AND PRODUCTS


The following paint manufacturers and specific products are approved for use on this project. Other
paint manufacturers and products shall be subject to OWNERS approval.
1. Hempel Industrial Coatings Inc.
Copenhagen, Denmark
2. Courtaulds Coatings, Inc
International Protective Coatings Division
London, England
3. Sigma Protective Coatings
The Netherlands

4. ICI Devoe Coatings


Louisville, KY
5. Oasis Ameron Ltd.
Al-Khobar, S.A.

INORGANIC ZINC PRIMER


Hempel: Galvosil 1578
International: Interzinc 22
Sigma: Tornusil MC 58
Ameron: Diemetcote 9
ORGANIC ZINC PRIMER
Hempel: Hempadur Zinc 1736
International: Interzinc 75
Sigma: Sigmacover 7402
Ameron: Amercoat 68HS
EPOXY POLYAMIDE INTERMEDIATE / FINISH
Hempel: Hempadur Hi-build 4523
International: Intergard 475
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Sigma: Sigmacover 7456


Ameron: Amercoat 383 HS
POLYURETHANE FINISH
Hempel: Hempathane 5521
International: Interplus 880
Sigma: Sigmadur 7524
Ameron: Amercoat 450SA

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ACCEPTABLE PAINT MANUFACTURERS AND PRODUCTS


MODIFIED SILICONE FINISH
Hempel: Silicone Topcoat 5690
International: Intertherm 875 / 891
Sigma: Hi Temp 7565 / 7563
Ameron: PSX 892HS
SILICONE PRIMER / FINISH
Hempel: Silicone Aluminum 5691
International: Intherm 601
Sigma: Silicone LTC 0651
Ameron: PSX 738
ZINC CHROMATE PRIMER
Hempel: Primer 122SA
International: Interprime Red CPA409
Sigma: Red Oxide Primer 7115
Ameron: Amercoat 2214
COAL TAR EPOXY PRIMER / FINISH
Hempel: Hempadur 1513
International: Intertuf 583
Sigma: TCN 300 / 7472
Ameron: Amercoat 78HB

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EPOXY PHENOLIC AMINE PRIMER / FINISH


Hempel: Hempadur 85671
Sigma: Phenguard 7406/7436
ICI Devoe: HT-4
Ameron: Amercoat 346

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