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REVISION MODIFICATION LOG


Revision

Section

Description

All

Issued for MPN Review and Approval

Nil

Issued for Implementation

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Section

Description

Page

No.

No.

1.0

PURPOSE.................................................................................................................. 5

2.0

SCOPE....................................................................................................................... 5

3.0

DEFINITION AND ABBREVIATION OF TERMS ...................................................... 5

4.0

REFERENCES........................................................................................................... 5

5.0

RESPONSIBILITIES .................................................................................................. 6

5.1

CONSTRUCTION MANAGER ................................................................................................................ 6

5.2

QA/QC MANAGER ................................................................................................................................. 6

5.3

PAINTING INSPECTOR ......................................................................................................................... 6

5.4

SHE COORDINATOR ............................................................................................................................. 6

6.0

PROCEDURE ............................................................................................................ 6

6.1

GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................... 6

6.2

ROOF, SHELL AND ACCESSORIES OF TANK EXTERNAL ................................................................. 7

6.3

TANK INTERNAL .................................................................................................................................... 7

6.4

COMMON ............................................................................................................................................... 7

6.5

COATING PROCEDURE TEST (CPT) ................................................................................................... 8

7.0

COATING SYSTEMS ................................................................................................ 9

7.1

EXTERNAL TANK COATING SYSTEM: TANK SHELL, ROOF, PIPING/VALVES, STAIRWAYS AND STEEL
SUPPORTS. ........................................................................................................................................... 9

8.0

FIELD TOUCHUP COATING SYSTEM ................................................................. 11

8.1

GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................. 11

8.2

EXTERNAL TANK COATING SYSTEM: SHELL, ROOF, STAIRWAY, LADDER, HANDRAILS AND STEEL
SUPPORTS. ......................................................................................................................................... 12

8.3

TANK INTERNAL COATING SYSTEM ................................................................................................. 12

8.4

MIXING, THINNING AND STORAGE ................................................................................................... 12

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METHOD OF SPRAYING APPLICATION .............................................................. 13

10.0

INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................. 14

11.0

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (AS PER GP 56-02-03) ........................................... 16

12.0

EQUIPMENT LIST ................................................................................................... 17

13.0

WASTE GRITS ........................................................................................................ 17

PAINTING REPAIR PROCEDURE ....................................................................................... 18


14.0

ATTACHMENTS ...................................................................................................... 18

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PURPOSE
The purpose of this procedure is to ensure that painting and coating application comply
with approved project specification, international standards and manufacturers
requirements.

2.0

SCOPE
This procedure covers the material, surface preparation, coating system; touch up,
inspection and general standard requirements for the cleaning, blasting and painting of
Tank 5009 External Roof and Shell, Tank Internal Bottom plates and Accessories,
Piping and necessary facilities within the bundwall area.

3.0

4.0

DEFINITION AND ABBREVIATION OF TERMS

WFT:

Wet Film Thickness

DFT:

Dry Film Thickness

NACE:

National Association of Corrosion Engineers

SSPC:

Steel Structures Painting Council

WFT:

Wet Film Thickness

DFT:

Dry Film Thickness

REFERENCES
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
h)
i)
j)
k)
l)
m)
n)

MPN GP: GP-56-02-03 Painting General Requirement Onshore.


Paint Manufacturers Technical Material Data Sheets (MTDS).
Manufacturers Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).
SSPC-PA1 Shop, Field, and Maintenance Painting.
SSPC-PA2 Measurement of Dry Coatings Thickness with Magnetic Gages.
SSPC-SP2 Hand Tool Cleaning.
SSPC-SP3 Power Tool Cleaning.
SSPC-SP5 White Metal Blast Cleaning.
SSPC-SP6 Commercial Blast Cleaning.
ISO 8501-1 Preparation of Steel Substrates before Application of Paint and
Related products-Visual Assessment of Surface Defects.
SIS 05-59-00 Pictorial Surface Preparation.
Manufacturers Recommendations.
Project Quality Control Procedure (NGA-NF-QPQAC-AD-31197).
Inspection & Test Plan ITP (NGA-NF-QPITP-AD-31216).

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5.0

Any safety requirements mentioned in any of the references listed in the


procedures form part of the procedures and shall be implemented.

RESPONSIBILITIES
5.1

Construction Manager

a)

5.2

5.3

5.4

It shall be the responsibility of the construction manager to ensure the


implementation of this procedure.

QA/QC Manager

a)

The QA/QC Manager shall monitor the implementation of this procedure.

b)

Responsible for the quality of the workmanship.

Painting Inspector
a)

The Painting Inspector shall ensure the proper implementation of this


procedure during blasting and painting activities

b)

Perform on the job visual inspection and issue relevant reports and signed
off with MPN Representative.

SHE Coordinator

a)

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The SHE Coordinator shall be responsible for ensuring that all personnel
involved in the blasting and painting aspect of the project implement this
procedure in a safe manner and also using the appropriate Personnel
Protection Equipment (PPE).

PROCEDURE
6.1

General

Prior to blast cleaning, all visible oil, grease, wax, dirt, paint residues and foreign
matter shall be removed in accordance with SSPC SP1 Solvent Cleaning and
SSPC SP11 Power Tool Cleaning to bear metal. All surfaces to be blast cleaned
shall be subject to inspection by MPN inspector prior to commencement of blast
cleaning.
Prior to abrasive blasting, all burrs sharp edges, slivers, laminations, corrosion pits
and other surface imperfections shall be made flush or smooth by mechanical
means. All edges should have a minimum 2mm radius.
Openings in valves, instrumentation, controls, machinery, etc. shall be protected
against entry of abrasive material.

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All parts of control valves, sight glasses, name plates etc. that are not to be blasted
and painted, and are subject to damage from either the blast or the abrasive
material shall be properly protected.
6.2

Roof, Shell and Accessories of tank external

Plate surfaces shall be rendered free of rust, mill scale, loosely adhering materials,
paints, oxides, corrosion products and other foreign matter by near white blasting
(SSPC SP10 /NACE No.2 Near White Blast Cleaning). Surface profile after
blasting will be measured with string micrometer or dial surface profile gauge
according to S/S-Sa 2 . Grit material as per MPN specification shall be used for
blasting. The required blast profile achieved shall be in accordance with the
coating manufacturers requirements. Only MPN approved grit abrasive materials
shall be used. A test coupon has to be produced prior to start of the blasting and
painting program. The test plate shall be 125mm x 125mm x 6mm and should be
blasted and coated within the same application parameters as the project.
6.3

Tank Internal

Grease, visible oil, soil and similar contaminant shall be removed by Solvent
Cleaning method prior to blasting. Plate surfaces shall be rendered free of rust, mill
scale, loosely adhering materials, paints, oxides, corrosion products and other
foreign matter by White Metal Blast, (SSPC SP5 /NACE No.1).
Grit material as per MPN specification shall be used for blasting.
The required blast profile achieved (Grade 3 SSPC SP5 /NACE No.1) shall be
in accordance with the coating manufacturer requirements. Only MPN approved
grit abrasive materials shall be used. A test coupon has to be produced prior to
start of the blasting operation of Tank Internal. The test plate shall be 125mm x
125mm x 6mm and should be blasted and coated within the same application
parameters as the project
6.4

Common

After blasting, traces or accumulations of spent residual abrasives that are evident
shall be removed by blow down by compressed air that is free of oil and water. The
surface shall be inspected 15 minutes after blow down to assure that not resettled
on the blasted surfaces. If dust has resettled blow down shall be repeated until
dust is no longer evident. The degree of surface cleanliness shall be verified to
meet the standard of SSPC SP10 AND SSPC VIS1 - Guide and Reference
Photographs for Steel Surfaces Prepared by Dry Abrasive Blast Cleaning
Care shall be taken to prevent rusting and / or contamination of cleaned surfaces.
Cleaned surfaces shall be primed within 4 hours before detrimental corrosion or
recontamination occurs. If rust forms, the surface shall be re-blasted and blown
down ahead of priming as per the same degree of cleanliness as specified by this
procedure for external (SSPC-SP 10) / internal (SSPC-SP5) surfaces.

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Hand and power tool cleaning shall be done when it is not possible to use abrasive
blasting. The surface shall be made free from visible oil, grease and dirt and from
any poorly adhering mill scale, rust, paint coating and foreign matter to specified
standard of SSPC SP 3 and SSPC VIS1.
Hard to reach areas and surfaces that will not be accessible after erection shall be
blasted and painted prior to installation
All blast pots shall have current pressure test certification of max 7.5 bar.
Blasting pressures will be determined by using a hypodermic needle gauge to
measure pressure at the blasting nozzle of 9.6mm (as near to the nozzle as
possible). Pressures will then be compared to the blasting pressure indicated on
the compressor.
Blast hoses (CLEMCO) will contain an anti-static layer within the walls of the hose.
The compressed air supplied for blasting operations shall be dry and free of water
and oil. Oil/water traps and automatic drains shall be provided and shall be
frequently checked and emptied.
Blasting operations are not permitted if the steel temperature is less than 50F
(10C) above the air dew point or if the surface is wet or there is the possibility that
the surface will be subject to wetting before the primer coat can be applied.
The surface to be primed must be blasted, dust and moisture-free before priming.
No coating shall be applied when the atmospheric temperature is below 50F
(10C) and when the steel surface temperature is less than 37.4F (3C)above the
air dew point.
Under no circumstances the paint application operations shall be done during
unfavorable weather conditions (fog, mist, rain, excessive wind, or (harmattan) or
when relative humidity exceeds 85%.
Surfaces for atmospheric exposure shall be blast cleaned to SSPC SP 10.
Surfaces subject to immersion shall be abrasive cleaned to SSPC SP 5.
6.5

Coating Procedure Test (CPT)

A CPT shall be performed for each coating system expected to be applied.


Environmental conditions, surface preparation, coating application equipment and
procedures shall be similar to those anticipated for the actual coating work. All
coating application shall be as required in MPN GP 56-02-03 and this procedure.
"Coating application" shall include the following:

Curing shall be as per MSDS and MTDS


Inspection shall be 100%
Testing for the CPT, including acceptance criteria be as per MSDS and TDS
Each batch of each product to be used during production application shall be
identical in formulation to those applied during the CPT.

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Repairs, including 'step' masking.


Intercoat techniques, including mist coating for silicate-type inorganic zinc and
recoat window refresher sweep blasting for epoxies.

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COATING SYSTEMS
7.1

External Tank Coating System: Tank Shell, Roof, Piping/Valves, Stairways and
Steel Supports.

Coating system specification shall be as GP 56-02-03 Appendix A


Product

M2

M2/Lt

Microns

Total/Lt

Colour

14341

5.8

80

2473

Green

5%

124

Primer Coat
Sigma Zinc 109
Thinner 91-92
2

nd

Coat

Sigma Cover 456

14341

4.3

Thinner 91-92

150

3335

5%

167

Buff

Top Coat
Sigma Dur 550

14341

9.2

60

1560

Thinner 21-06

5%

78

Cleaner Thinner
90-53

25%

1793

RAL 7038

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION AND SPECIFIC DFT/Coat (microns)As PER GP 56-02-03


APPROVED
VENDORS
AND PRODUCTS

PRIMER COAT

2nd Coat
(Intermediate)

STRIPE COAT

3rd Coat

Top Coat)

Zinc Rich Epoxy

High Solids Epoxy

High Solids Epoxy

Aliphatic Polyurethane

75-120 microns
Interzinc 52
Carbozinc 859

130 - 200 microns


Interseal 670 HS
Carboguard 891

130 - 200 microns


Interseal 670 HS
Carboguard 891

40-75 microns
Interthane 990
Carbothane134HG

JOTUN

Barrier 80

Penguard Midcoat

Penguard Midcoat

Hard Top AS

HEMPEL

Hempadur 1736

Hempadur mastic
4588

Hempadur Mastic
4588

Hempathane 5521

INTERNATIONAL
CARBOLINE

SHERWIN
Zinc Clad IV
Macropoxy 646
Macropoxy 646
Acrolon 218 HS
WILLIAM
Note 1: 1 mil = 25.4 m = 25.4 microns
Note 2: Nestoil shall use any of the Approved Vendors and Products above as per GP 56-02-03 Appendix A.

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Table A Paint Vendor


TANK EXTERNAL SURFACE
(As per GP 56-02-03 Appendix A Table A-1, A-2, Appendix B Table B-1 Section
8.1.1)
Coat Layer

Product Description

Sigma

Primer Coat

Organic Zinc Rich Epoxy primer

2nd Coat

High solid surface tolerant epoxy

Top Coat

Aliphatic Polyurethane

Sigma Zinc 109 as per manufacturer


recommendation.
SigmaCover 456 as per manufacturer
recommendation.
Sigmadur 550 as per manufacturer
recommendation.

TANK INTERNALS
Coating system shall be as per GP 56-02-03 Appendix A
Product

M2

M2/Lt

Microns

Total/Lt

5995

6.6

100

908

5%

45

Colour

PRIMER COAT
Sigma Phenguard 930
Thinner 91-92

Maroon

2nd COAT
100

908

5%

45

100

908

Thinner 91-92

5%

45

Cleaner Thinner

25%

681

Sigma Phenguard 935

5995

6.6

Thinner 91-92

Grey

TOP COAT
Sigma Phenguard 940

5995

6.6

Off-white

Note: 1. Holiday Test using a voltage setting of 80,000 ohms as per GP 56-02-03 should be carried out.

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When the applied tank coating has been completed, a 100% "Holiday Test" shall be carried
out to all surface areas coated. The "Holiday Detector shall comply with (STD NACE RP
0188) and shall be of a type that will operate effectively with coating thickness of the specified
coating.
Check the coating system for holidays or discontinuities by using the Tinker-Rasor or an
equivalent holiday detector. It should be a low-voltage type capable of detecting resistances
lower than 80,000 ohms.

Table B Paint Vendor


TANK INTERNAL SURFACE
Coat Layer

Product Description

Sigma Paint

Primer Coat

High build Epoxy Phenolic Tank Lining

Sigma Phenguard 930

2nd Coat

High build Epoxy Phenolic Tank Lining

Sigma Phenguard 935

Top Coat

High build Epoxy Phenolic Tank Lining

Sigma Phenguard 940

The Coating System is for surfaces operating at temperatures between ambient


and 120C (250F).

8.0

FIELD TOUCHUP COATING SYSTEM


8.1

General

Field welding points and damaged areas shall be cleaned in accordance with
manufacturer product data sheet and painted, but if it is impossible to blast some
areas, surface preparation shall be by Hand or Power tool to meet the specified
profile for both internal and external coating systems. MPN approval shall be
sought prior to carrying out this operation.
All weld seam residual flux shall be removed and excessively rough welding shall
be ground relatively smooth prior to blasting according to GP 56-02-03 section 7.1.
All welding and fabrication shall be completed prior to surface preparation. Before
spraying operation start all welding, nuts/bolts, internal & external nozzles shall be
stripe coated.
After painting, touch ups needed to restore all painted parts damaged by abrasions
or various assembly activities must be carried out as soon as possible.
New under coats and covering products should be identical to the original cycle,
both as far as number of coats and thickness.

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External Tank Coating System: Shell, Roof, Stairway, Ladder, Handrails and Steel
Supports.

Surface preparation shall be by specified standard of (GP 56-02-03 section 7.3)


and coating systems as per Table A-2. If it is impossible to use this surface
preparation standard, spot repair with power tool cleaning to (SSPC SP3) standard
shall be used. MPN approval shall be sought prior to carrying out this operation.
Coating system shall be as follows:
Primer Coat

Organic Zinc Rich Epoxy primer

Sigma Zinc 109

2nd Coat

surface tolerant epoxy

SigmaCover 456
(5483)

Top Coat

Aliphatic Polyurethane

Sigmadur 550
(5523)

Coating system shall be as per GP 56-02-03 Appendix A-2


8.3

Tank Internal Coating System

Surface preparation shall be by specified standard of (GP 56-02-03 Appendix A, Table


A-1, A-2 and Appendix B, Table B-1 Section 8.3.2).
Coating system shall be as follows:

Primer

High build Epoxy Phenolic Tank Lining

Sigma Phenguard 930

2nd Coat

High build Epoxy Phenolic Tank Lining

Sigma Phenguard 935

Top Coat

High build Epoxy Phenolic Tank Lining

Sigma Phenguard 940

The Coating System is for surfaces operating at temperatures between ambient and
120C (250F).
8.4

Mixing, Thinning and Storage

8.4.1

All containers of coating material shall remain unopened until


required for use and shall be stored indoors at 40 100F, Humidity
0 80%, this shall be in accordance with manufacturers
specification.

8.4.2

Coating material, which has gelled or otherwise deteriorated during


storage, shall not be used.

8.4.3

All material shall be thoroughly mixed before use to a smooth and


uniform consistency. Refer to GP 56-02-03, Section 8.1

8.4.4

All used material will have a limited pot life in accordance with
manufacturer specification.

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8.4.5

Induction time of paints after mixing shall be observed as per the


manufacturers technical data sheet.

8.4.6

Thinning shall be as per manufacturers specification.

8.4.7

The QA/QC system for receiving materials, storage, and control and
issuing shall be in accordance with approved Project Quality Control
Procedure (NGA-NF-QPZZZ-AD-31196) and Material Control
Procedure (NGA-NF-RPZZZ.AD31182).

METHOD OF SPRAYING APPLICATION


Tip sizes are as per manufacturers recommendation as shown below:
Primer Coat: 0.43 0.53 (17-21thou)
Second Coat: 0.45 0.58 (18-23thou)
Top Coat:

0.33 0.45 (13-18thou) and 0.53 0.68 (21-27thou) etc.

Pump ratio shall be at Minimum of (30:1psi), Maximum of 63:1psi


Spraying shall be by airless spraying method as recommended by the manufacturer. A
test panel will be produced for record and testing purposes. While coating, the wet film
must be smooth and at correct thickness. This will be achieved on testing panel prior to
site application. When spraying onto existing material there will be a minimum overlap of
6 inches to cover any pitting or holidays by blasting to the existing coating.
High-pressure fluid line rating shall be a minimum of (176kg/cm2 2500psi) and
maximum of (378kg/cm2 5000psi). Fluid lines rating will be made visible on spray line
stated and stamped on the line-walls for verification.
Repairs to surfaces shall be in accordance with SP 3 cleaning method (if acceptable to
MPN). Over blast shall be prevented to avoid causing more damage to the already
coated surfaces. The edges of the surrounding areas shall be well feathered before
individual coating is applied.
Overlap spraying application shall be 50% to obtain uniform coverage. Two passes
made at right angles to each other shall be used to coat large continuous surfaces.
9.1

Surface contamination such as grit debris, are to be either fresh water washed and
allowed to dry or sandpaper cleaned to properly remove all indication of the foreign
materials, prior to applying the next coat of paint. Surface contamination such as dirt, dust
cover spray etc. on the primer or intermediate coat of paint are to be sandpaper cleaned
prior to application of the next coat. All areas sandpapered will be dusted down and
cleaned and checked with a clean rag, prior to paint application. Surface contamination

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such as oil or grease on the primer or intermediate coat is to be solvent cleaned prior to
the application of the next coat.

Solvent wash shall comply with SSPC SP 1 Standard.


9.2

Repairs will be carried out on coatings with the following methods.


If the damage is down to the base metal the area will be blasted or power brushed to
within specification (if acceptable to MPN and shall be in accordance with the
recommendations of the paint manufacturer) and the area around shall be feathered back
to tightly achieve paint.
All surface areas should be washed down with fresh water to remove excess salts. As Per
GP 56-02-03, Section 7.1.6 and Table1.

10.0 INSPECTION REQUIREMENTS


10.1 Painting Inspector passes on the data sheets, in which the application criteria are defined,
to the persons responsible for paint application.
Contractor Painting Inspector shall monitor all blasting and painting operations, mixing
induction time, pot life of the mixed paint and application of paint. Measurement of Wet
Film Thickness and Dry Film Thickness and shall perform and ensure that the applied

paint or coating meet the requirement of the specification and this procedure.
Contractor Painting Inspector to give MPN 24 hour notification prior to daily site
Inspection.
The data sheets define in particular:
Pot life of mixed paint
Minimum/Maximum over coating times
Method of application and indicator time.
10.2 Surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with each individual coating
system. Surface to be treated shall be free from oil or grease before any further action.
The abrasive shall be MPN approved grit, this shall be cleaned and dried grit that would
not jeopardize the surface preparation.

Chemical analysis is as per manufacturers certificates / instructions.


Standard of cleanliness shall be verified by using NACE TM 01 75
Visual Standard.
Substrate Chloride shall be verified by using SSPC TU 4 testing
methodology.

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The painting inspector shall perform a visual check ensuring that the surface is clean and
also that the existing paint is sound and ready to receive the subsequent coat following the
guidelines within Sections 8.3.1, and 8.4.3.
Internal Coatings / Lining shall be tested and holiday free, test voltage shall be as per the
recommendations of NACE STD RP 0188. Any holidays found should be recorded /
repaired and re-tested.

Table 1 Guidelines for inspection of surface to be coated


Parameters measured or
checked
All Equipment / Means
Frequency of Inspection
Measurement Zone
Acceptance Criteria
Records Required
Inspection By

Cleanliness, Surface condition, burrs etc. as per SSPC VIS1


surface profile as per SSPC Volume 1
E.g. Replica tape, depth micrometer (to establish profile depth) as per
SSPC SP10 and SSPC SP11
Test for cleanliness (with clean cloth)
On release and before work begins.
(Climatic condition taken every 2 hours)
All Zones and surfaces to be treated.
As per stipulations in contract specifications.
Substrate acceptance sheets.
QC Inspector

10.3 The dry film thickness and the wet film thickness (guide to application by spray painter to
achieve required dry film thickness) as defined in SSPC PA2 shall be measured regularly.
The final report shall include the result of this inspection.

Table 2 Guidelines for Dry Film Thickness Inspection

Parameters measured or checked

Microns / Mils

All Equipment / Means

Magnetic gauge (Test for metallic substrates)

Inspection

In accordance with specification SSPC PA2

Measurement Zone

Each unit area (m2) as per SSPC PA2

Acceptance Criteria

In accordance with specification

A daily field blasting / painting inspection report shall be completed each day by the
painting inspector.
10.4 The following items are required for inspection of coated and blasted areas:
Surface Temperature Gauge
Wet & Dry Film Thickness Gauges
Humidity Gauge

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Holiday Detector
Dew Point Gauge
Hygrometer
Steel Temperature Gauge
Surface Profile Gauge
Hypodermic Needle Gauge
Surface Comparator Device
10.5 Inspection on tools shall be carried out prior to use.
NOTE: ONLY MPN APPROVED EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS SHALL BE
USED. CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES WILL BE SUBMITTED.
11.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS (AS PER GP 56-02-03)
11.1 Blasting / Coating of any surface shall not proceed when any of the following
environmental conditions exist.

a)
b)
c)

When the relative humidity is greater than 85% in work area.


When the surface temperature or air temperature is less than 30C (37.40F)
above dew point.
When the atmosphere temperature is below 100C (500F) or moisture or
other detrimental surface contamination is evident on the surface to be
blasted, primed or over coated.

11.2 A list of all inspected equipment complete with calibration certificates and paint should be
submitted prior to mobilization for approval.
11.3 Power Wash Units will be as per SSPC-SP12.
11.4 After painting/during operations the floor area and the manway will be protected using
polythene sheets.
11.5 All paint materials shall have quality certificates submitted prior to mobilization and when
new materials are brought to site during the project. Paint materials consumption should
be on a first come first out basis.
11.6 Paint buckets shall be stored per the manufacturer instructions.
11.7 Application of each coat of paint shall be as per manufacturer instructions.
11.8 Thinning of paint shall be as per manufacturer instructions.
11.9 Drying time between coats of paint shall be as per manufacturer instructions.

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11.20 Mixing of the paints shall be as per manufacturer instructions.


11.21 Safety of the paints shall be as per MPN requirements and SSPC PA Guide 3.
11.22 A 300mm (12) wide strip of uncoated, blasted surface shall be left between coated and
unblasted surfaces to prevent damage to the newly dried coating, when additional
blasting is done. After blast cleaning has resumed, the strip of the previous blasted
surface shall require only a light sweep blast to remove any remaining rust.

12.0 EQUIPMENT LIST


The following equipment as listed bellow will be utilized during the painting operations for
Tank 5009 Project. There may in the event be other equipment required to complete the
painting.
Air compressors (1300, 825, 375 & 750cfm)
Gas detectors
Sand pots/Blasting Units
Industrial Vacuum Cleaner
6 sludge pumps
4 sludge pumps
Steam cleaning machine
24 Extractor fans
Portable radios (Motorola GP 340)
Spark proof lights
Electrical stirrer
First aid unit
Safety harnesses
Sand Blasters hood/breathing system
Deadmans Handles
Whip Check Arrestors
BA Equipment (if required)
Hydrant hoses

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1
4
12
10
2
2
10
4
4
12+
4
10

Safety signs
Fire extinguishers
Air receiver
Chemical respirators
Tarpaulin
Sky lift (Climber)
20 containers (STORAGE + TOILET)
20 containers (OFFICES)
Office caravan
Pick-up vans HILUX
Self-loading truck
Staff Busses
Scaffold Platforms
Airless spray machines
Graco King - 60-1
President 30-1
Clemco 60-1

Many
20
2
30
5
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
1

NOTES:
All hoses and airlines shall have maximum pressure of (7.0kg/cm2) indications of pressure
gauge from compressed air.
Standard PPE (Overalls, Gloves, Hard Hat, and Safety Boots & Glasses) shall be worn at all
times on the project.

13.0 WASTE GRITS


These are hydrated silicate materials commonly used for blasting of pipe and steel
materials. They are coarse sand mixed with steel particles.
Handling Disposal Practices: The recommended management practice is to put them
in double bag for the waste disposal agent to collect for proper disposal.
Waste shall be disposed off as per Waste Management Plan (NGA-NF-SPSAF-AD31191).

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PAINTING REPAIR PROCEDURE


Repairs to be in accordance with minimum requirements as indicated in
GP 56=02=03 Section 10
1. Segregate the materials on the storage stack as required for proper checking / painting access
to the painted surfaces.
2. Check / Measure the painted surfaces of the plates / structure to identify the areas with low DFT
(Dry Film Thickness) by using a calibrated DFT gauge. Areas to be marked as required in case
of localized thin areas.
3. Rub down / roughen all surfaces that will require additional coat of paint using emery cloth to
remove all paint dry spray, contaminants and to provide good inter-coat adhesion. NOTE: Thin
areas showing rust on the surface shall be spot blasted to SSPC SP 5.
4. Fresh water wash / Air blow the surfaces to remove all dust and other contaminants on the
surfaces to be painted. Fresh water for this operation shall be defined as potable water with a
maximum PH of 8, which has no more than 200 ppm TDS and 50ppm chlorides.
5. Mixing of paint shall be as per paint manufacturer recommendation; care shall be taken in the
mixing of the paint and addition of thinners to the mixed paint.
6. Apply paint using manufacturer recommended procedure. Equipment coating capacity should
be followed to avoid excessive dry spray on the paint film. Applied Wet Film Thickness (WFT)
should be monitored to avoid excessive paint build up during paint application.
7. After the paint is dry, DFT readings shall be taken to confirm that the coating thickness
conforms to the requirements of the paint manufacturer / procedure.
NOTE: Care should be taken to ensure that the paint film is dry and hard to the touch to
avoid mechanical handling damages during re-stacking.

14.0 ATTACHMENTS
Paint Material Technical Data
MSDS, paint, thinner / cleaner materials.
Grit Material Data
MSDS, Certificate for Grit
Daily Blasting & Coating Inspection Report Form
DailyPaintingActivitiesReport

Equipment Calibration Report Log..

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Paint Material Technical Data

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MSDS, Paint, Thinner / Cleaner Materials.

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Grit Material Data

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MSDS, Certificate for Grit

Daily Painting Activities Report


Contractor:
Location:

Facility:
Project:

Date:
Area:

ATMOSPHERIC CONDITIONS
Time Readings Taken
Relative Humidity %
Surface Temperature
Dew Point
Air Temperature

AM
2

PM
8

10

12

SSPC 10 or SA2

SURFACE PREPARATION
Standard Achieved
SSPC SP1

ABRASIVE BLAST CLEANING

10

12

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Abrasive Type

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Standard Achieved

Size
SP 5

SSPC 10
or SA2

Surface Profile
SP6

HAND TOOL / POWER CLEANING


Type

Tools Used

Standard Achieved

Power Tool
Hand Tool

Yes

No

SSPC SP3
SSPC SP2

COATING APPLICATION
Coating
System

Product
Name

Batch No
Thinner

Time of Application
WFT

Manufacturer

Start

DFT

Stop

1st Coat
(Primer)
2nd Coat
(Intermediate)
3rd Coat
Top Coat)

METHOD OF APPLICATION
Airless Spray

Conventional Spray

Brush

Roller

Mitt

REMARKS

Company

Nestoil

MPN

Name
Sign & Date

Av. DFT

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NESTOIL
LIMITED

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Daily Blasting & Coating Inspection Report Form


CRUDE/CONDENSATE STORAGE & SETTLING TANK REVAMP (CSTR) PROJECT-TANK 5009

CONTRACT NO: A2139813

EQUIPMENT/ITEM DESCRIPTION:
LOCATION:
QIT
AM
PM

AM

PM

Surface
Temp.
Relative
Humidity

AM

PM

AM

PM

DATE:
REPORT NO.:

Air Temp.

NESTOIL QC
INSP.

MPN
INSPECTOR

NESTOIL QC
INSP.

MPN
INSPECTOR

Dew Point

SURFACE PREPARATION AND ABRASIVES USED:


COAT

NAME OF COATING PRODUCT AND BATCH NUMBER


A = Resin
B = Curing Agent

NO. APPLICATIONS

A
PRIMER
(1st Coat)
INTERMEDIATE
COAT
(2nd Coat)

B
A
B
A

TOP COAT
(3rd Coat)

SPECIFIC PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED? EXPLAIN CAUSES/SOLUTIONS:


COMMENTS:

DATE & TIME


APPLIED

CUMULATIVE
D FT

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