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COATING SPECIFICATION

1 INTRODUCTION

2 SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS

2.1 GENERAL

2.2 SCOPE

2.3 DEFINITIONS

3 MATERIALS
3.1 DESCRIPTION

4 SURFACE PREPARATION AND APPLICATION OF COATINGS

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4.1 SURFACE PREPARATION

4.2 APPLICATION OF COATING

5 APPLICATION OF COATINGS

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5.1 RESPONSABILITIES

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5.2 TEST BATCH SAMPLES

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5.3 PLANT APPLIED

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5.4 FIELD APPLIED

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5.5 COATING REPAIRS APPLICATION PROBLEMS

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5.6 GALVANIZING

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6 INSPECTION, EXAMINATION AND TESTING

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6.1

INSPECTION

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6.2

EXAMINATION

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6.3

TESTING

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6.4

RECORDS

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APPENDIX 1

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COATING SPECIFICATION
1. INTRODUCTION
This Petroamazonas specification was prepare as a guide for evaluating the application of polymeric
coatings to the internal and external surface of metallic tubular goods use in the oil and gas pipeline
transportation.
The specification set forth engineering requirements for safe design and construction of piping
pressure. While safety is the basic consideration this factor alone will not necessarily govern the final
specifications for any piping system.
The specification prohibits designs and practices know to be unsafe and contain warnings where
caution, but not prohibition, is warranted.
This specification is under recommendations of NACE International the Corrosion Society and ASME
Committee B31 code for pressure piping.
This specification includes:
a) Reference to acceptable coating material specification, including temperature ratings,
b) Guidance and limitations on the selection and applications of coatings,
c) Requirement for examination, inspection, and testing of coatings,
d) Provisions for protecting pipelines, pipes and accessories for internal and external corrosion /
erosion.
2. SCOPE AND DEFINITIONS
2.1. GENERAL
a) This coating specification is one of several sections of Petroamazonas specifications for On
Shore Pipeline and Process Piping Assembly. This specification applies to hydrocarbons and
liquid petroleum gas, typically found in petroleum refineries, chemical and related processing
plants and terminals. Throughout this specification these systems will be referred to Liquid
Pipe and Pipelines Systems.
b) The Specification is limited to the coatings on new piping prior to installation. It is intended
that the Applicator be responsible for complying with all the provisions of this specification,
but that the Purchaser may make any investigation necessary to satisfy himself of
compliance by the Applicator.
c) The requirements of this specification are adequate for safety under conditions normally
encountered in liquid pipeline systems. All work performed within the scope of this
specification shall comply with the safety standards expressed or implicit.
d) The primary purpose of this specification is to establish requirements for safe design,
application, inspection and testing of coatings for Liquid Piping and Pipeline Systems for
protection of the general public and operating company personnel as well as for reasonable
protection of the piping against accidental damage by others and reasonable protection of
the environment.

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e) The specification is concerned with employee safety to the extent that it is affected by basic
design, quality of materials and workmanship, and requirements for application, inspection
and testing of coatings for Liquid Piping and Pipeline Systems. Existing industrial safety
regulations pertaining to work areas, safe work practices, and safety devices are not
intended to be supplanted by this specification.
f)

This specification not is retroactive or construed as applying to Liquid Piping and Pipeline
Systems installed before date of issuance shown on documents title page insofar as design,
materials, application, inspection, and testing are concerned.

g) The users of this specification are advised that in some areas legislation may establish
governmental jurisdiction over the subject matter covered by this specification and are
cautioned against making use of revisions that are less restrictive than formers requirements
without having assurance that they have been accepted by the proper authorities in the
jurisdiction were the piping is to be installed. The Direccin Nacional de Hidrocarburos, rules
governing the process and transportation of hydrocarbons and derivates.
2.2. SCOPE
a) This specification provides guidelines for coating of pipe and fittings for assembly on shore
transportation and process facilities under ASME B31, and recommendations of NACE
International.
b) This specification is limited to application of coatings on new pipe and fittings prior to
installation. It is intended that the Applicator be responsible for complying with all provisions
of this specification.
c) This specification prescribes requirements for the design, materials, application, inspection
and testing of coatings for Liquid Transportation Piping and Pipeline Systems such as crude,
oil, gas, condensate, natural gas liquids, water, liquefied petroleum gas, and ,liquid petroleum
products between producers, lease facilities, tank farms, natural gas processing plants,
refineries, stations, and another delivery and receiving points.
d) Piping consists of pipe, flanges, fittings, and the pressure containing parts of other piping
components.
Also included within the scope of this specification are:
a) Primary and associated auxiliary liquid petroleum piping at pipeline terminals, tank farms,
pump stations, pressure reducing stations, and metering stations, included scraper traps, pig
traps.
b) Storage and working tanks, including pipe-type storage fabrication from pipe and fittings and
piping interconnecting these facilities,
c) Those aspects of operation and maintenance of Liquid Pipe and Pipeline Systems related to
the safety and protection of general public, operating company personnel, environment, and
property.
This specification does not apply to:
a) Auxiliary piping such as utility water, air, steam, lubricating oil and fuel.
b) Pressure vessels, heat exchangers, pumps, meters, and other such equipment including
internal piping, and connections for piping.

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c) Casing, tubing, or pipe use in oil wells, and well head assemblies.

2.3. DEFINITIONS
Some of more common terms relating to piping and coating are defined below:
2.3.1.

Applicator: Organization responsible for the application of coating.

2.3.2.

Applicable code: The code, code section, or other recognized and generally accepted
engineering standard or practice to which the piping was built or which deemed by the
owner or user or the piping engineer to be most appropriate for the situation, included by
not limited to latest edition of NACE international standards and ASME B31.

2.3.3.

ASME B31. A shortened form code, published by an American Society of Mechanical


Engineers is writing for design and construction of piping systems.

2.3.4.

ASTM Standard: A shorted for of American Standard Testing Materials

2.3.5.

Authorized inspection agency: Defined as any of the following:


a) The inspection organization of the jurisdiction in which the piping system is used.
b) The inspection organization of an insure company that is license or registered to
write insurance for piping systems.
c) An owner or user, of piping systems who maintains an inspection organization for
activities relating only to his equipment and not for piping systems intended to sale
or resale.
d) An independent inspection organization employed by or under contract to the owner
or user of piping systems that are used only by the owner or user not for sale or
resale.
e) An independent inspection organization licensed or recognized by jurisdiction in
which the piping system is used and employed by or under contract to owner or
user.

2.3.6.

Authorized coating inspector: An employee of an authorized inspection agency who is


qualified and certified to perform the functions specified in NACE standards. A
nondestructive examiner is not required to be an authorized coating inspector. Where
ever the term inspector is used in this standard, it refers to an authorized coating
inspector.

2.3.7.

Batch: Is the quantity of coating material manufactured at one time and identified by a
unique batch number.

2.3.8.

Defect: An imperfection of sufficient magnitude to warrant rejection.

2.3.9.

Engineering design: Detail design developed from operating requirements and


conforming to code requirements, including all necessary drawings and specifications,
governing an installation.

2.3.10. Examiner: A person who assist the inspector by performing specific nondestructive
examination (END) on coatings but does not evaluate the results of those examinations
in accordance with NACE standards, unless specifically trained and authorized to do so
by owner or user.

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2.3.11. Imperfection: a discontinuity or irregularity which is detected by inspection.


2.3.12. Inspector: An authorized coating inspector.
2.3.13. ISO Standard: A shortened form of The International Organization For Standardization
2.3.14. Material Verification Program: A documented quality assurance procedure used to
assess coating materials to verify conformance with the select or specified coating
designated by the owner / user. This program may include a description of methods for
coatings testing, physical component marking and program record-keeping.
2.3.15. NACE Standard: A shortened form of NACE Standard, published by International the
Corrosion Society used in oil and gas industry.
2.3.16. Owner / user: An owner or user of piping systems who exercise control over the
operation, engineering, inspection, repair, alteration, and rerating of those piping
system.
2.3.17. Owner / user inspector: An authorized inspector employed by an owner/user who has
qualified by NACE international and who meets the requirements of the jurisdiction.
2.3.18. Positive Material identification (PMI) testing: any physical evaluation or test of a material
to confirm that material which has been or will be placed into service is consistent with
the selected or specified coating designated by owner/user. These evaluations or test
may provide qualitative or quantitative information that is sufficient to verify the nominal
material composition.
2.3.19. Operating Company: Owner or agent currently responsible for the design, construction,
inspection, testing, operation, and maintenance of piping system.
2.3.20. SSPC: Shortened form of the Steel Structures Painting Council.
2.3.21. Shall - shall or shall not: Is used to indicated that a provision mandatory.
2.3.22. Should - should or it is recommended: Is used to indicate that a provision is not
mandatory but recommended as good practice.
2.3.23. Supplier: Manufacturer and/or dealer of the coating material.
2.3.24. Product Data Sheet:
3. MATERIALS
This section describes coating materials suitable for use under the intent of this Specification.
3.1. DESCRIPTION
Acceptable materials and specifications:
3.1.1.

Listed Materials: The materials used shall conform to the specification listed in
Coating Schedule Specification or shall meet the requirements of this specification
for materials not listed. Specific editions of standards incorporate in this specification
by reference, and the names and address of the sponsoring organization, are show
in Appendix A.

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3.1.2.

Unlisted Materials: Except as otherwise provided for in this specification, materials


which do not conform to a listed specification or standard shall be qualified for use by
petitioning to the Owner/User for approval.

3.1.3.

Unknown Materials: Materials of unknown specification shall not be used for


internal/external coating.

3.1.4.

Temperature Limitations: The owner/user shall verify that materials which meet other
requirements of the specification are suitable for service throughout the operating
temperature range.

4. SURFACE PREPARATION AND APPLICATION OF COATINGS


4.1. SURFACE PREPARATION
The objective of surface preparation is to create proper adhesion of a coating over substrate.
Adhesion is the key to coating effectiveness, and it determinates whether to coating is merely a
thin sheet of material lying on the substrate or whether it becomes an actual part of the
substrate. Surface preparation shall be achieved on the internal pipe surface at some time prior
to application of the internal coating in accordance of Product Data Sheet.
Coatings are listed in Coating Schedule Specification. The surface preparation must be of
sufficient quality to allow a firm continuous bond of the cured coating to the pipe and should be
performed immediately preceding the application of the coating material.
4.1.1.

Solvent Cleaning

The SSPC definition for solvent cleaning (SSPC-SP1) is a method for removing all visible oil,
grease, soil, marking materials, drawing and cutting compounds and other soluble
contaminants from steel surfaces must be removed from the surface to be coated. When wet
cleaning is performed with detergents, this process shall be immediately followed by sufficient
rinsing with clear water to remove all harmful residues of any cleaning agents or detergents.
Emulsion, alkaline or approved cleaners may be used in place of solvents provided that the
surface is washed with fresh water or steam to remove detrimental residues.
Removal of water may be accelerated by heating, but in no case shall this heating adversely
affect the metallurgical properties of the steel or deposit surface contaminations. The pipe
surface must be thoroughly dry before application of coating material.
Each of the NACE / SSPC, Abrasive Blast Specifications requires solvent cleaning as a
preliminary step to abrasive blasting.
4.1.2.

Abrasive Blast Cleaning


4.1.2.1. Types of Surface Preparation
Various types of surface preparation mechanical equipment are used to clean the
surface and thus provide proper coating adhesion. Table 1 lists the surface
preparation specifications by SSPC, NACE, Swedish, and ISO in a descending order
of effectiveness. Each grade lower in the list allows greater amount of contamination
to be left on the surface prior to coating. This is extremely important since it is the
degree of contamination that is the key to coating adhesion.
4.1.2.2. Initial Steel Condition

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The amount of time, work, and effort required to achieve any particular degree of
surface preparation depends to a great degree on the initial condition of the surface
to be cleaned.
While there are many different initial conditions SSPC has divided them into four new
construction conditions based upon the rust grade classification of SSPC-Vis -1-89
Visual Standard For Abrasive Blast Cleaned Steel and three maintenance
conditions based upon pictorial standard SSPC-Vis-3 Visual Standard For Power
and Hand Tool Cleaned Steel for previously painted surfaces.
TABLE 1: Surface Preparation Standards in Descending Order of Effectiveness
NACE

SSPC

Swedish

ISO 8501

#1 White Metal

SP5 White metal

Sa3

Sa3

#2 Near White

SP10 Near White


SP6 Commercial
SP8 Acid Pickling
SP11 Power tool to
Bare Metal
SP7 Brush Blast
SP3 Power Tool
SP2 Hand Tool
SP1 Solvent Wipe

Sa2

Sa2

Sa2

Sa2

Sa1
St3
St2

Sa1
St3
St2

#3 Commercial

#4 Brush Blast

4.1.2.3. White Metal Abrasive Blast


According to NACE #1 and SSPC-SP5, a white metal blast cleaned surface, when
viewed without magnification, shall be free of all oil, grease, dust, dirt, mill scale, rust,
coating, oxides, corrosion products, paint, and other foreign matter.
4.1.2.4. Near White Abrasive Blast
The near white abrasive blast cleaned surface (NACE #2, SSPC-SP 10), when
viewed without magnification, shall be free of all oil, grease, dust, mill scale, rust
coatings, oxides, corrosion products, and other foreign matter, except for staining
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which shall be limited to no more than 5% of each unit area surface (9 in. / 6400
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mm ), which may consist of light shadows, slight streaks, or minor discoloration
caused by strains of rust, stains of mill scale, or stains of previously applied coating.
4.1.2.5. Commercial Abrasive Blast
The commercial abrasive blast cleaned surface (NACE #3, SSPC-SP 6), when
viewed without magnification, shall be free of all oil, grease, dust, mill scale, rust
coatings, oxides, corrosion products, and other foreign matter, except for staining
which shall be limited to no more than 33% of each unit area surface (9 in.2 / 6400
mm2), which may consist of light shadows, slight streaks, or minor discoloration
caused by strains of rust, stains of mill scale, or stains of previously applied coating.
4.1.2.6. Acid Pickling
SSPC-SP8 describes pickling as a method of preparing steel surfaces by chemical
reaction, electrolysis, or both. The surfaces, when viewed without magnification, shall
be free of all visible mill scale and rust.

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4.1.2.7. Brush Blasting (Sweep Blasting)


NACE 4 / SSPC-SP7 defines a brush blast cleaned surface, when viewed without
magnification, shall be free of all visible oil, grease, dust, loose mill scale, loose rust
and loose coating. Tightly adherent mill scale, rust, and may remain on the surface,
Mill scale, rust, and coating are considered tightly adherent if they cannot be
removed by lifting with a dull putty knife.
4.1.2.8. Power Tool Cleaning
The SSPC definition of power tool cleaning (SSPC-SP3) is a method of preparing
metal surfaces by the use of power assisted hand tools. It removes all loose mill
scale, loose rust, loose paint, and other loose detrimental foreign matter. It is not
intended that all mill scale, rust, and paint be removed by this process, but loose mill
scale, loose rust, loose paint, and other detrimental foreign matter shall be removed.
Mill scale, rust, and coating are considered tightly adherent if they cannot be
removed by lifting with a dull putty knife.
4.1.2.9. Hands Tool Cleaning
SSPC-SP2 specification is essentially the same as SSPC-SP3 except that only
power provided by the laborers arms and hands.

TABLE 2: Inspection of Surface Preparation


Visual Standard for Abrasive Blast Cleaned Steel

SSPC-VIS 1

Standard Method of evaluating Degree of Rusting on


Painted Steel Surface

SSPC-VIS 2

Guide and Reference Photographs for Steel Surfaces


Prepared by Hand and Power Tool Cleaning

SSPC-VIS 3

4.2. APPLICATION OF COATINGS


4.2.1.

Applicator

The Applicator is responsible for the application of internal coating and performed the quality
control of the production application, to compliance the data product application to ensure
conformance with this Specification.
4.2.2.

The type of coating

The application characteristics of the various coating types are one of these factors. Each
coating type has its own application characteristics; in fact, many of the individual coatings
have unique characteristics, the materials under this specification are listed in Coating
Schedule Specification. The coating material supplier shall furnish to the Applicator the
following information in a written form with each batch, but not limited to:

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TABLE 3: Product Data Sheet


Type of coating
Intended use
Handling
Temperature Resistance
Film Thickness per coat
Coverage
Drying time
Voc Content
Pot life

4.2.3.

Specification of the physical properties


Chemical Resistance
Thinners
Curing
Surface Preparation
Application
Inspection
Safety

Selection

By agreement between the Supplier and Applicator, a list of coating materials previously
qualified by Owner under Coating Material Specification, shall be prepared. The Applicator
and/or Supplier shall then choose the coating material to be applied from this list, see Coating
Schedule Specification. Approval or selection of the materials shall be done far enough in
advance (preferably not less than 90 days) to provide material at the scheduled start of the
work. Selection of alternate coating materials from the approved list may be made at any time
by agreement between the Owner and the Applicator.
4.2.4.

Materials Storage and Shipping

The coating materials shall be identified by batch numbers. Materials shall be shipped and
stored under cover in such a manner that will not allow contamination or adversely affect
application or performance.
4.2.5.

Component Parts

Proportioning and measuring of the component parts of base and converter shall be done
within measuring limits of 3% of the volume amounts specified by the Supplier.
4.2.6.

Pre-Mix Agitation

A power operated agitator shall be used to per-mix the pigmented component materials to a
completely homogeneous state before any material is withdrawn from the shipping container.
4.2.7.

Agitation

Mixing of the components must be done with power equipment that will agitate the contents of
the entire container and not excessively entrain air in the material. After the material is mixed,
it shall be continuously agitated at slow speed.
4.2.8.

Mixing

The Applicator shall handle, mix and thin the coating materials in accordance with the
Suppliers Specifications or as directed by an authorized, qualified technician of the Supplier.
All in according with the data product listed in Coating Schedule Specification.

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Rejection

Coating material shall be rejected if any indication of defective or contaminated material is


found. The coating material shall be such that it can be easily mixed into a homogeneous
state free from skinning, curdling, and other irregularities.
4.2.10.

Pot Life

Any coating material which has exceeded its pot life shall be rejected.
4.2.11.

Temperature of Pipe Surface

The temperature of pipe at time of application shall not exceed 100F, or be less than 50F.
4.2.12.

Anchor Pattern

Anchor profile after blasting should be under directions of coating specification.


4.2.13.

Thickness of Coating

a) Dry Film Thickness: The minimum dry film thickness of the cured coating should be
in according with Product Data Sheet.
b) Wet Film Thickness: The indicated film thickness wet should be in according with
Product Data Sheet. This applies to coating material that has been thinned to proper
application viscosity.

4.2.14.

Application Methods

There are a number of application methods by which coatings can be applied. The three
principal methods are by brush, roller or spray. The electrostatic sprays on, are primarily for inplant application and generally are used for product finishes rather than for the field
application.
The actual choice of application methods depends on each coating specification listed in
Coating Schedule Specification, this specification recommended the method for application
and the applicator shall do the practice recommended in data product.
The applied coating film should be uniform in gloss, thickness and color and should be free of
irregularities.
Air atomization is not permitted under this Specification, except as permitted in Section
Repairs to Coating. The material shall be applied by airless spray equipment.
4.2.15.

Drying or Curing

The drying or curing of a coating after application may be as important as the application itself,
depending on the use of the coating. Coatings applied to the interior of pipes and similar areas
where the coating will be subject to immersion, water or chemicals are in a much critical
situation from a curing standpoint. In this case, the optimum curing condition must exist for the
coating to be fully resistant.

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Protection of Uncured Coating

Coating materials shall be applied in a covered or enclosed space shielded from high winds,
blowing dust and dirt and inclement weather. Protection from these conditions shall be
provided until the coating is tack free.
4.2.17.

Acceleration of Initial Cure

Heat may be used to accelerate cure, providing it produces no adverse effects to the pipe or
coating. Heat for accelerating cure may not exceed 140F.
Epoxy coatings also react well to force drying conditions. Although the epoxy coatings are
internally cured, the chemical reaction of the cure proceeds at a much more rapid pace at
elevated temperatures, making the epoxy coatings that more solvent and chemical resistant.
The Product Data Sheet of each material designed in Coating Schedule Specification,
describes the conditions for drying and cure; these conditions the applicator shall complying in
accordance with this specification.
If heat is not used to accelerate cure, coating operations should be suspended when the
relative humidity of the atmosphere is 90% or greater in the coating area.
4.2.18.

Weather Conditions

Weather conditions can have a substantial effect on coating application. Weather conditions
are less critical where coatings are applied to interior surfaces, although even in this case,
problems can occur.
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The ideal conditions for applying almost all coatings include a temperature of 70 F (21 C),
little or no wind, and humidity within 50% to 60%. All coatings respond well to such conditions.

4.2.19.

Unfavorable Operating Conditions

Coating operations must be stopped when conditions as defined by the other provisions of this
Specification indicate that an inferior coating will result.

5. PLANT FIELD APPLICATION OF COATINGS


5.1. RESPONSABILITIES
5.1.1.

Contracting Authority

The Inspector representing the Owner shall have free entry at all times while work on the
contract of the Applier is being performed, to all parts of the application site which concern
surface preparation, coating of the pipe, and quality control tests.
An inspection of the contractors facilities and equipment shall be conducted before the coating
project is sent out for bids.
A prejob conference shall be held prior to beginning the coated work. The conference shall
include representatives of the contracting authority, inspection agency, coating supplier, and
coating applicator. The coating applicators representatives shall include its quality control
supervisor and responsible shop personnel directly involved in the coating application.
This specification shall be reviewed along with any other related standards and specifications
at the prejob conference. Any points of misunderstanding regarding pertinent standards shall
be resolved at the prejob conference.

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Quality assurance shall be the responsibility of the contracting authority.


The contracting authority shall specify the surface preparation, type of coating, color, number
of coats to be applied, and minimum and maximum allowance DFT.

5.1.2.

Coating Applicator

Quality control shall be the responsibility of the coating applicator.


The quality control supervisor and responsible shop supervisory personnel directly involved in
the surface preparation and coating application shall be present at the prejob conference
scheduled by the contracting authority.
Prior to repair coating, the contracting authority shall approve the repair procedures.
Subject to all applicable regulations, the coating applicator is responsible for personnel safety
in handling, application, and disposal of the specified coatings. Current MSDS for each
component of a coating system to be applied shall be made available to each person using
materials, and copy shall be retained on file.
The coating applicator shall forward the completed inspections forms to the contracting
authority and retain a copy on file for a minimum of one year or life of the warranty, whichever
is longer.
The coating applicator shall obtain technical assistance from coating supplier if the coating
applicator is inexperience or unfamiliar with the coating system.
The coating applicator shall inform both the contracting authority and the coating supplier when
an application problem that may affect the quality of the finished coating system arises.
5.1.3.

Coating Supplier

Technical assistance for application problems shall be provided when request by the
contracting authority and / or the coating applicator.
MSDSs (consistent with current regulations) for each component of a coating system and
current application instructions shall be sent to the coating applicator before the coating is
applied.
The coating supplier shall keep the contracting authority and the contractor apprised of any
significant change in coatings, such as a formulation, quality control, and supply.
Technically competent representatives of the coating manufacturer shall participate in the
prejob conference when properly advised.
5.2. TEST BATCH SAMPLES
This section describes tests required to qualify coating materials and applied methods.
Qualification of coating by test the batch sample is required prior to production.
Once qualification is made, no further qualification tests are required unless the coating
materials, batch, or application methods change. For each qualified material, the supplier shall
provide physical specifications.
An acceptable method is described in Product Data Sheet.

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The supplier shall certify to the Applicator and/or Owner the results of tests performed for each
qualified coating material. NOTE: Destructive Test only on test batch sample shall be done in
according with this Coating specification.
5.2.1.

Batch Samples

It shall be the right of the Applicator and/or Owner to procure a coating material batch sample
prior to or during the coating application, for the purpose of verification of conformance to the
coating material specification with application of Nondestructive and Destructive test.
5.2.2.

Steel Panel for Performance Testing


a) Panel Preparation
Test panel shall be mild carbon steel 75 x 150 x 3.0 mm (3 x 6 x 0.125 inch). The
surface to be coated shall be prepared in according with Product Data Sheet, and
inspection with NACE Visual Standard TM-01.
b) Surface cleaning test
Test panel shall be performing the cleaning test for bare surface in according with the
Ph on bare surface, soluble sales and chloride test.

c) Cleaning of Test Panel


Panel shall be solvent cleaned by rinsing first in Xylol, then in acetone, immediately
prior to coating application.
d) Coating and Curing of Test Panel
The test panel is coated and cured as recommendations of Product Data Sheet.
After 15 to 30 minutes of air drying, the test panel is dried for 10 minutes at 150F.
The slide or panel is baked in an oven at 150F 10F for 30 minutes or as supplier
specifies.
The first 50 mm of the test panel shall be for archive the surface cleaning. The
second 50 mm of the test panel shall be for archive the first coat and the last area of
test panel shall be for archive the second and final coat.
e) Evaluation of Test Panels
The production tests are recommended for proper quality control of the coated
surface. The applicable production tests identified in Table 4 may be made on test
panel with cured coating for quality control purposes. All tests are described in
Section 6 Inspection and Testing.
5.3. PLANT-APPLIED
5.3.1.

Purpose

This section defines the limits of acceptance of coated pipe and methods of final testing to
assure compliance therewith. This specification presents guidelines for establishing
requirements to ensure proper application and performance of plant applied, internal/external
coatings of pipe.

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Working Area

A safe working area that is suitable for the performance of their duties shall be provided by the
Applicator for the Owners inspectors and representatives.
5.3.3.

Surface Preparation

Application of the coating shall not begin until surfaces are prepared in according with product
data sheet.
All grease or oil shall be removed by wiping or scrubbing the surface with rags or brushes
wetted with a suitable solvent. The final wiping shall be done with clean solvent and clean rags
or brushes. Emulsion type cleaners or steam cleaning may also be used. After cleaning, all
surfaces shall be washed with fresh water to remove detrimental residues. Alternative methods
for remove grease or oil are permitted in accordance with the coating manufacturer.
For interior surfaces shall meet the following requirements:
a) All interior welds shall be continuous.
b) All interior welds shall be smooth but not necessary flush. If necessary, grinding is
preferred method correction. Sharp points, edges, burrs, and irregular surfaces of a
size that would interference with that application continuous coating shall be
repaired. No filler, other than weld metal, shall be acceptable. Nace standard
RP0178 requirements must be meet.
As determined in the prejob conference, the components that will not be coated (including but
not limited to, manway covers, outlets valves, and vents), shall be removed or protected prior
to blasting.
All dirt, rust, and scale shall be removed by blasting or wire brush according to the
manufacturers recommended procedures. Care in operation of blasting must be taken so that
no sand or other foreign materials are blown on wet paint or into equipment, machinery, or
instruments in nearby area.
Any slivers, plate laminations, cold lap welds, pits, craters, or mill defects in the plate / pipe that
are revealed by the blasting operation shall be repaired and re-blasted as necessary.
After blasting completion, the surface shall be cleaned of all blast residues and foreign
materials.
5.3.4.

Fittings and valves

The applicable production tests identified in Table 4 may be made on fittings and valves with
cured coating for quality control purposes. All tests are described in Section 6 Inspection and
Testing Application of the coating shall not begin until surfaces are prepared in according with
product data sheet.
All grease or oil shall be removed. Emulsion type cleaners or steam cleaning may also be
used. After cleaning, all surfaces shall be washed with fresh water to remove detrimental
residues. Alternative methods for remove grease or oil are permitted in accordance with the
coating manufacturer.
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For exterior surfaces shall meet the following requirements:

a) All exterior welds shall be continuous.

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b) All exterior welds shall be smooth but not necessary flush. If necessary, grinding is
preferred method correction. Sharp points, edges, burrs, and irregular surfaces of a
size that would interference with that application continuous coating shall be
repaired. No filler, other than weld metal, shall be acceptable.
c)

All oil, dirt, rust, and scale, and existing coatings shall be removed by specification
SSPC 2 or SSPC 3. In according to the manufacturers recommended procedures
for fittings and valves. Care in operation of cleaning must be taken so that no other
foreign materials are blown into valves or instruments.

d) Any slivers, plate laminations, cold lap welds, pits, craters, or mill defects in the plate
that are revealed by the cleaning operation shall be repaired.
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e) After cleaning completion, the surface shall be cleaned of all residues and foreign
materials.
f)

5.3.5.

The coating specification applied on valves shall be determinate by manufacturer in


the manner that coating shall be compatibility with the Coating Specification No 14 of
Petroamazonas.
Applied Coating Film

The applied coating film should be uniform in gloss, thickness and color and should be free of
irregularities. The coating shall be holiday free.
5.3.6.

Production Tests

The production tests are recommended for proper quality control of the coated pipe system.
The applicable production tests identified in Table 4 may be made on pipe and components
with cured coating for quality control purposes. All tests are described in Section 6 Inspection
and Testing.
TABLE 4: Test for Coatings
Pinhole Test

Adhesion Test

Film Thickness Test

Hardness Test

Film Thickness Test (Destructive Test)

Visual Examination

5.4. FIELD-APPLIED.
5.4.1.

Purpose

This section defines the limits of acceptance of coated pipe and methods of final testing to
assure compliance therewith. This specification presents guidelines for establishing
requirements to ensure proper application and performance of field applied, internal/external
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Working Area

A safe working area that is suitable for the performance of their duties shall be provided by the
Applicator for the Owners inspectors and representatives.

5.4.3.

Surface Preparation

Application of the coating shall not begin until surfaces are prepared in according with product
data sheet.
For interior surfaces shall meet the following requirements:
All interior welds shall be continuous.
All interior welds shall be smooth but not necessary flush. If necessary, grinding is preferred
method correction. Sharp points, edges, burrs, and irregular surfaces of a size that would
interference with that application continuous coating shall be repaired. No filler, other than weld
metal, shall be acceptable. Nace standard RP0178 requirements must be meet.
As determined in the prejob conference, the components that will not be coated (including but
not limited to, manway covers, outlets valves, and vents), shall be removed or protected prior
to blasting.
Surfaces shall be prepared in accordance with data product.
Any slivers, plate laminations, cold lap welds, pits, craters, or mill defects in the plate / pipe that
are revealed by the blasting operation shall be repaired and re-blasted as necessary.
After blasting completion, the surface shall be cleaned of all blast residues and foreign
materials.
5.4.4.

Applied Coating Film

The applied coating film should be uniform in gloss, thickness and color and should be free of
irregularities.
5.4.5.

Production Tests

The production tests are recommended for proper quality control of the coated pipe system.
The applicable production tests identified in Table 4 may be made on pipe and components
with cured coating for quality control purposes. All tests are described in Section 6 Inspection
and Testing.
5.4.6.

Handling of Pipe and Headers

Pipe shall be handled in a manner to prevent damage to pipe walls, beveled ends, and
coating. Pipe that is damaged by handling operations shall be repaired in compliance with
applicable ASME 31 Standards.
5.4.7.

Cleaning of Pipe and Headers

The cleaning must be of sufficient quality to allow a firm continuous bond of the cured coating
to the pipe and should be performed immediately preceding the application of the coating
material.

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Surface conditioning, such as grinding shall result in pipe surface finish compatible with
cleaning requirements. An NACE No.1 White metal finish shall be achieved on the internal
pipe surface at some time prior to application of the internal coating. If this operation is
performed prior to arrival at the Applicators facility, then brush cleaning may be used
immediately prior to coating application. Otherwise, abrasive blast cleaning to achieve an
NACE No. 3 finish shall be used immediately prior to application, under recommendation of
coating specification listed in Coating Schedule Specification.
In addition of the surface preparation in according with this standard, the surface shall be
prepared with recommendations of NACE RP 0178.

5.4.8.

Fittings and valves

The applicable production tests identified in Table 4 may be made on fittings and valves with
cured coating for quality control purposes. All tests are described in Section 6 Inspection and
Testing Application of the coating shall not begin until surfaces are prepared in according with
product data sheet.
All grease or oil shall be removed. Emulsion type cleaners or steam cleaning may also be
used. After cleaning, all surfaces shall be washed with fresh water to remove detrimental
residues. Alternative methods for remove grease or oil are permitted in accordance with the
coating manufacturer.
For exterior surfaces shall meet the following requirements:
a)

All exterior welds shall be continuous.

b)

All exterior welds shall be smooth but not necessary flush. If necessary, grinding is
preferred method correction. Sharp points, edges, burrs, and irregular surfaces of a size
that would interference with that application continuous coating shall be repaired. No
filler, other than weld metal, shall be acceptable.

c)

All oil, dirt, rust, and scale, and existing coatings shall be removed by specification
SSPC 2 or SSPC 3. Care in operation of cleaning must be taken so that no foreign
materials are blown into valves or instruments.

d)

The Coating Specification No 14 of Petroamazonas shall be applied on valves with


Previously Painted Surfaces.

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5.4.9.

Drying

Removal of water may be accelerated by heating, but in no case shall this heating adversely
affect the metallurgical properties of the steel or deposit surface contaminations. The pipe
surface must be thoroughly dry before application of coating material.
5.4.10.

Dry Cleaning Method

The dry cleaning method is abrasive blasting. All components of the cleaning machine that
enter the pipe must be clean to prevent the deposition of grease, dirt, or other foreign material
on the cleaned pipe surface. Air supply shall be free of condensed water and oil during
blasting and coating.

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Clean air may be used to accelerate drying and cleaning.


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Air supply shall be free of

Cleaning and Coating

The cleaned surface should not be allowed to deteriorate prior to the coating application.
Cleaning and coating shall be done in separate stages to permit surface examination and
prevent coating contamination.

5.4.13.

Flanged Faces

Suitable means shall be used to prevent depositing coating material on flanged faces. Coating
material deposited on flanged faces of the pipe ends shall be removed immediately after
coating by use of a clean cloth, dampened with a compatible solvent.
5.5. COATING REPAIRS APPLICATION PROBLEMS
5.5.1.

Repair Limitations

Defective or damaged coating shall be repaired by the Applicator. If the total area of repair
exceeds 1% of the total internal pipe surface, the entire joint shall be recoated. Smaller areas
may be spot repaired per Section 4.7.4.
5.5.2.

Film Thickness

Minimum film thickness of coating applied during repair shall comply with Section 4.6.3.1.
5.5.3.

Repair to Small Areas

Spot repairs may be made with a manual atomizing spray gun or brush.
5.5.4.

Runs and Sags

Heavy runs or sags of coating should be smoothed out by standing or scraping prior to
recoating. Coating that overlay areas which were inadequately cleaned shall be completely
removed and the surface properly cleaned prior to recoating. Unbounded coating shall be
completely removed.
5.5.5.

Roughened Surface

Roughened coating should be smoothed and all edges of bonded material must be feathered
out prior to recoating.
5.5.6.
Repair and Recoating
Any operation such as coating repair, pipe wall repair, etc., must not be attempted until
sufficient cure and hardening of coating film has occurred, so that film damage is prevented.
Prior to recoating, pipe should be thoroughly cleaned to remove dust and accumulated debris.
5.5.7.

Repair Tests

The following production tests are recommended for proper quality control of the coated pipe
system.

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Retention of Coated Pipe

Applicators should have provisions for coated pipe to be retained following coating application
for inspection purposes.
5.6. GALVANIZING
5.6.1.

Structural Steel and Grating

Galvanized coating shall be per ASTM A-123, except coating weight in ounces per square foot
shall not average less than 2.5 ounces and no individual specimen shall less than 2.0 ounces

5.6.2.

Piping

Galvanized coating shall be per ASTM A-120, for purchaser pipe or as specified above for
structural steel
5.6.3.

Manufactured Items

Hot dipped galvanizing of bolts, nuts, washers and miscellaneous manufactured items shall be
in accordance with ASTM A-153.
Electrodeposited zinc may be used for coating only small elements of iron and steel threaded,
per ASTM B-633.
All cutting, shaping, drilling of all holes and welding shall redo before galvanizing, individual
components shall be galvanized separately.
Galvanizing members and grating which will be permanently fixed to the structure by welding
shall be attached after the supporting members are primed but before top coats are applied.
The heat affected area of supporting structure shall be cleaned, re sandblasted and re primed.
Galvanized surfaces damage due the field fabrication welding and / or handling shall be
smooth by grinding prior to dry sandblasting to white metal and applying a uniform 3 mils dry
film of Force Chemical Company Dry Galvanizing, Welco Alloys Corp. Cold Galvanizing, or
an inorganic zinc primer, in accordance with the manufacturers recommendations.
Comparable white metal cleaning with pneumatic needle scales will be acceptable in lieu of
sandblasting.

6. INSPECTION, EXAMINATION AND TESTING


6.1. INSPECTION
Inspection applies to functions performed for the owner by owners Inspector or Inspector
delegates. References in this specification to the Inspector are to the owners Inspector or the
Inspectors delegates
6.1.1.

Responsibility for Inspection

It is the owners responsibility, exercised through the owners Inspector, to verify that all
required examinations and the testing have been completed and to inspect the piping to the
extent necessary to be satisfied that it conforms to all applicable examination requirements of
the specification and the engineering design.

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Rights of the Owners Inspector

The owners Inspector or the Inspectors delegates shall have access to any place where work
concerned with the piping installation is being performed. This includes manufacture,
fabrication, examination, and testing of the coating. They shall have the right to audit any
examination, to inspect the coating using any examination method specified by the engineering
design, and to review all certifications and records necessary to satisfy the owners
responsibility stated in paragraph 6.1.1.
6.1.3.

Qualifications of the Owners Inspector

The owners Inspector shall be designated by the owner and shall be the owner, an employee
of the owner, an employee of an engineering organization, or of a recognized insure or
authorized inspection company acting as the owners agent. The owners Inspector shall not
represent nor be an employee of the coating supplier, fabricator or purchaser.
The owners Inspector shall have not less than 5 years experience in coating inspection. The
owners Inspector shall have accreditation like Nace Coating Inspector or as a minimum like
Nace Coating Inspector Level 2.
In delegating performance of inspection, the owners Inspector is responsible for determining
that a person to whom an inspection function is delegated is qualified to perform that function.

6.2. EXAMINATION
Examination applies to quality control functions performed by coating supplier, or applicator.
Reference in this standard to an examiner is to a person who performs quality control
examinations.

6.2.1.

Responsibility for examination

Inspection does not relieve the coating manufacturer or purchaser of the responsibility for:
a) Providing materials, coating components in accordance with the requirements of this
specification and the engineering design
b) Performing all required examinations
c) Preparing suitable records of examinations and test for the inspectors use
6.2.2.

Examinations Requirements

Prior to initial operation each coating applied, shall be examined in accordance requirements
of paragraph 6.2. The type and extent of any additional examination required by the
engineering design, and the acceptance criteria to be applied shall be specified.
6.2.3.

Acceptance Criteria

Acceptance criteria shall be as stated in the engineering design and shall at least meet the
applicable requirements stated below, in paragraph 6.3, and elsewhere in the coating
specification and product data sheet.

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Defective Components and Workmanship

An examined item with one or more defects (imperfections of a type or magnitude exceeding
the acceptance criteria of this standard) shall be repaired or replaced; and new work shall be
reexamined by the same methods, to the same extent, and any by the same acceptance
criteria as required for the original work.
6.2.5.

Examination Personnel
a) Personnel Qualification and Certification
Examiners shall have training and experience commensurate with the needs of specified
examinations. The employer shall certify records of examiners employed, showing dates
and results of personnel qualifications, and shall maintain them and make them
available to the Inspector
The examiners shall have not less than 5 years experience in coating inspection. The
examiners shall have accreditation like Nace Coating Inspector or as a minimum like
Nace Coating Inspector Level 2.
b) Specific Requirement
For in-process examination, the examinations shall be performed by personnel other
than those performing the production work

6.2.6.

Examination Procedures

Any examination shall be performed in accordance with a written procedure that conforms to
one of the methods specified in paragraph 6.2.7. Procedures shall be written as required in
applicable Nace Standards. The employer shall certify records of the examination procedures
employed, showing dates and results of procedures qualifications, and them and make them
available to the Inspector.
6.2.7.

Types of Examination

General
a) Methods
Except as provided in paragraph Special Methods any examination required by this
specification, by the engineering design, or by the Inspector shall be performed in
accordance with the methods specified herein.
b) Special Methods
If a method not specified herein is to be used, it and its acceptance criteria shall be
specified in the engineering design in enough detail to permit qualification of the
necessary procedure and examiners.

6.2.8.

Visual Examination

Visual examination is observation of coating components and other coating piping elements
that are or can be exposed to view before, during, or after coating application or testing. This
examination includes verification of applicable Standards and engineering design requirements
for materials, components or other coating method.

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Visual examination shall be performed in accordance with the BPV Code, Section V; Article 9.
Records of individual visual examinations are not required except for those of Nace Standards
or applicable codes specified in product data sheet.
6.3. TESTING
6.3.1.

Test for pH on Bare Surface of blast, pickled or Wet Cleaned Panel

Water having an initial pH value of 6.0 to 8.5 as determined with a pH meter, is poured into the
batch sample and gathered in a cup. Limits of pH: within 0.5 of initial pH value, and between
6,0 to 8,5; immediately prior to coating application is acceptable.
This test for pH is not applicable to the bare surface of mechanically cleaned pipe. Refer to
ASTM D1293 99(2005) Standard Test Methods for pH of Water.
6.3.2.

Test for the assessment of surface cleanliness

The test panel shall be examination for contamination of soluble contaminants from the surface
by recommendations of ISO 8502 standards Preparation of Steel surfaces substrates before
application of paints and related products, Test for the assessment of surface cleanliness.
The applicator shall compliment with the standard ISO 8502-6:2006 Part 6 Extraction of
soluble contaminants for analysis (The Bresle Method) Describes a method of extracting, for
analysis, soluble contaminants from a surface by use of flexible cells in the form of adhesives
patches which can be attached to any surface.
The measurement of contaminants from surface shall be performed under standard ISO 85025:2004 Part 5 Measurement of chloride on steel surfaces prepared for painting (ion detection
tube method).
These tests verify the condition of surface about the contamination of Soluble Sales and
Chloride is in accordance with the coating specification listed in Coating Schedule
Specification.
6.3.3.

Pinhole Test

Applied recommended practice of NACE Standard TM0384 Standard test method Holiday
Detection of Internal Tubular Coatings of less Than 250 um (10 mils) Dry Film Thickness and
NACE Standard TM0186 Standard test method Holiday Detection of Internal Tubular Coatings
of 250 to 760 um (10 to 30 mils) Dry Film Thickness, in according with Product Data Sheet.
6.3.4.

Film Thickness Test

The dry coating thickness shall be measure in according with the standard SSPC-PA 2,
Measurement of Dry Coating Thickness with Magnetic Gages. Using an electronic coating
thickness DFT type 2; measure the applied coat through surface of test panel. It recommends
that a coated surface be sectioned into one or more large areas.
A minimum of 15 individual measurements are taken in 5 groups of 3 measurements, spot
measurements (the average of each group) and the calculate average of the spot
measurements.
In simple terms, PA 2 suggests the average of a series of average values be used to
determine if a target thickness has been met. The difference of the two is the coating
thickness and shall be at least 5 microns (0 .2 mils) greater that the minimum dry film thickness
specified by the Purchaser.

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If SSPC-PA 2 is not applicable refer to standard ASTM D7091-05 Standard Practice for
Nondestructive Measurement of Dry Film Thickness of Nonmagnetic, Nonconductive Coating
Applied to Non Ferrous Metals.
6.3.5.

Film Thickness Test (Destructive Test)

Many physical and appearance of finish coating are affected by the film thickness. Film
thickness can affect the color, gloss, surface profile, adhesion, flexibility, impact resistance and
hardness of the coating.
The fit of pieces assembled after coating can be affected when film thickness is not within
tolerance. Therefore coatings must be applied within certain minimum and maximum film
thickness specifications to optimize their intended use.
This practice describes the standard to measurement of dry coating powders applied to a
variety of substrates. This practice is intended to supplement the applicator to measurement
the film thickness and not intended to replace de Non destructive test.
The dry coating thickness shall be measure in according with the standard ASTM D4138-07a
Standard Practices Measurement of Dry Film Thickness of Protective Coating Systems by
Destructive. Measure the applied coat on surface of test panel. It recommends a minimum of 2
measurements and the calculate average of the spot measurements. In simple terms, the
average of values is used to determine if a target thickness has been met. The difference of
the two is the coating thickness and shall be at least 5 microns (0 .2 mils) greater that the
minimum dry film thickness specified by the Purchaser.
6.3.6.

Adhesion Test

This test shall be performed in according with standard ASTM D 4541 Pull of Strength of
Coatings Using Portable Adhesion tester, A minimum of 3 individual measurements are taken
and the calculate average of the spot measurements, the result of the pull of strength shall be
greater than the minimum pull of strength specified by the Purchaser.
6.3.7.

Hardness Test (after 2 day cure)

This test shall be performed after 2 days cure on test panel only, the result of the hardness
shall be greater than the minimum hardness specified by the Purchaser. It test shall be
performed in according with standard ASTM D3363 Standard Test Method for Film Hardness
by Pencil Test and ASTM D1474-98 (2008) Standard Test Methods for Indentation Hardness
of Organic Coatings; in according with the data product. Another test method shall be
performed if Purchaser recommended in according with data product.
6.4. RECORDS
6.4.1.

Responsibility

It is the responsibility of the piping designer, the applicator, and the supplier, as applicable, to
prepare the records required by this specification and by the engineering design.
6.4.2.

Retention of Records

Unless otherwise specified by the engineering design, the following records shall be retained
for at least 5 years after the record is generated for the project:
a) Examination procedures
b) Examinations personnel qualifications

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APPENDIX 1

REFERENCES

NACE International
Houston, Texas, USA
www.nace.org
America Society for Testing and Materials
West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, USA
www.astm.org

International Organization for Standardization


1, ch. de la Voie-Creuse, Case postale 56 CH-1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland
http://www.iso.org
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
http://www.asme.org
The Society for Protection Coatings
http://www.sspc.org

Carboline Protection Coatings


http://www.carboline.com

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 1: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Storage Tank externals, Compressor Stations, Equipment and Associated Piping


Located in a coastal or other area of severe atmospheric corrosion

Applications

Storage tank shells, fixed cone roofs, buildings, above ground piping, pipe racks,
compressors equipment, process vessel exteriors, structural steel, stairs, ladders
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and handrails operating up to 250 F (120 C) max

Surface Temperature

250 F (120 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New (Severe)


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 10.

Surface Profile

1.0 3.0 mils; (25-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Carbozinc 11 & 11 FG

Sigmazinc 158

Generic type

Inorganic Zinc

Zinc (Ethyl) Silicate

Dry mil thickness

2.0 3.0 mils; (50-75 m)

2.4 3.0 mils; (60-75 m)

Color

Grey 0700

Greenish grey

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush

Second Coat

Carboguard 890

Sigmacover 630

Generic type

Amine Epoxy

Polyamine Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

4.0 6.0 mils; (100-150 m)

5.0 8.0 mils; (125-200 m)

Color

White 0908

Red brown

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Top Coat

Carbothane 134 HG

Sigmadur 550 RAL

Generic type

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

2.0 2.5 mils; (50-62.5 m)

2.0 2.4 mils; (50-60 m)

Color

Green 0388 (ILYP&EDY) /


ALUMINIUM RAL 9006 (ONLY TANKS
EDY)

Green (ILYP & EDY) / ALUMINIUM


RAL 9006 ONLY TANKS EDY)

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Inorg. Zinc, 1 ct. Epoxy 1 ct. Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

8.0 11.5 mils; (200-287.5 m)

9.4 13.4 mils; (235-335 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 2: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Storage Tank externals, Compressor Stations, Equipment and Associated Piping


Located in a coastal or other area of severe atmospheric corrosion

Applications

Storage tank shells, fixed cone roofs, buildings, above ground piping, pipe racks,
compressors equipment, process vessel exteriors, structural steel, stairs, ladders
o
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and handrails operating up to 250 F (120 C) max

Surface Temperature

250 F (120 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New (Severe)


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 10.

Surface Profile

1.0 3.0 mils; (25-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Carbozinc 859

Sigmazinc 109 HS

Generic type

Organic Zinc Rich Epoxy

Polyamine Zinc Rich Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

3.0 5.0 mils; (75 -125 m)

2.4 6.0 mils; (60 -150 m)

Color

Green 0300

Reddish grey - flat

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush /Roller.

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush /Roller.

Second Coat

Carboguard 890

Sigmacover 630

Generic type

Amine Epoxy

Polyamine Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

4.0 6.0 mils; (100-150 m)

5.0 8.0 mils; (125-200 m)

Color

White 0908

Red brown

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Top Coat

Carbothane 134 HG

Sigmadur 550 RAL

Generic type

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

2.0 2.5 mils; (50-62.5 m)

2.0 2.4 mils; (50-60 m)

Color

Green 0388 (ILYP&EDY) /


ALUMINIUM RAL 9006 (ONLY TANKS
EDY)

Green (ILYP & EDY) / ALUMINIUM


RAL 9006 ONLY TANKS EDY)

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Org. Zinc, 1 ct. Epoxy 1 ct. Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

9.0 13.5 mils; (225-337.5 m)

9.4 16.4 mils; (235-410 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 3: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Storage Tank externals, Compressor Stations, Equipment and Associated Piping


Located in a coastal or other area of severe atmospheric corrosion

Applications

Storage tank shells, fixed cone roofs, buildings, above ground piping, pipe racks,
compressors equipment, process vessel exteriors, structural steel, stairs, ladders
o
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and handrails operating up to 250 F (120 C) max

Surface Temperature

250 F (120 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: Maintenance (Exceptional Protection)


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 6, SSPC-SP2, SP3, SP7 or SP 12-WJ-2L are also acceptable


methods,

Surface Profile

2.0 3.0 mils; (50-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1, VIS 2 & VIS 3.

Primer

Carbomastic 15 & 15 FC

Generic type

Modified Aluminum epoxy mastic

Dry mil thickness

3.0 mils; (75 m) over existing


coatings, 5.0 7.0 mils;
(125 - 175 m) on rusted steel

Color

Red M500

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray,


Brush & Roller, Plural Component

Second Coat

Carboguard 890

Sigmacover 630

Generic type

Amine Epoxy

Polyamine Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

4.0 6.0 mils; (100-150 m)

5.0 8.0 mils; (125-200 m)

Color

White 0908

Red brown

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Top Coat

Carbothane 134 HG

Sigmadur 550 RAL

Generic type

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

2.0 2.5 mils; (50-62.5 m)

2.0 2.4 mils; (50-60 m)

Color

Green 0388 (ILYP&EDY) /


ALUMINIUM RAL 9006 (ONLY TANKS
EDY)

Green (ILYP & EDY) / ALUMINIUM


RAL 9006 ONLY TANKS EDY)

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Al Epoxy Mastic, 1 ct. Epoxy


1 ct. Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

9.0 15.5 mils; (225-387.5 m)

10.0 13.4 mils; (250-335 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 4: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Storage Tank externals, Compressor Stations, Equipment and Associated Piping


Located in a coastal or other area of moderate atmospheric corrosion

Applications

Storage tank shells, fixed cone roofs, buildings, above ground piping, pipe racks,
compressors equipment, process vessel exteriors, structural steel, stairs, ladders
o
o
and handrails operating up to 250 F (120 C) max

Surface Temperature

250 F (120 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 10.

Surface Profile

1.5 3.0 mils; (38-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1, VIS 2 & VIS 3.

Primer

Carboguard 890

Sigmacover 630

Generic type

Amine Epoxy

Polyamine Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

4.0 6.0 mils; (100-150 m)

5.0 8.0 mils; (125-200 m)

Color

White 0908

Red brown

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Top Coat

Carbothane 134 HG

Sigmadur 550 RAL

Generic type

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

2.0 2.5 mils; (50-62.5 m)

2.0 2.4 mils; (50-60 m)

Color

Green 0388 (ILYP&EDY) /


ALUMINIUM RAL 9006 (ONLY TANKS
EDY)

Green (ILYP & EDY) / ALUMINIUM


RAL 9006 ONLY TANKS EDY)

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Epoxy 1 ct. Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

6.0 8.5 mils; (150-112.5 m)

Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method

7.0 10.4 mils; (175-260 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 5: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Over Coating Galvanized Steel


Applications

Over coating galvanized steel or other surfaces to provide color coordination


and UV protection. May be used on stainless steel, bronze, brass, fiberglass,
etc.

Surface Temperature

Ambient temperature.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants
that could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPCSP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 2 or SP 3.

Surface Profile

For previously painted surfaces test patch is recommended to verify


compatibility with existing coating. Existing coating must attain a minimum 3A
rating in accordance with ASTM D3359 X-Scribe adhesion tets.

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1, VIS 2 & VIS 3.

Primer

Rustbond & Rustbond FC

Generic type

Polymeric epoxy amine

Dry mil thickness

1.0 2.0 mils; (25-50 m)

Color

Translucent green 0300

Application Method

Conventional Spray & Brush and


Roller

Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat

Carbothane 134 HG

Generic type

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

2.0 2.5 mils; (50-62.5 m)

Application Method

Green 0388 (ILYP&EDY) /


ALUMINIUM RAL 9006 (ONLY
TANKS EDY)
Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &
Brush / Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Epoxy 1 ct. Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

3.0 4.5 mils; (75-112.5 m)

Color

3.0 4.4 mils; (75-110 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 6: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Floating Roofs Aboveground Storage Tanks


Applications

External surface of floating roofs on aboveground storage tanks and other roofs
designs that create standing water

Surface Temperature

250 F (120 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 10.

Surface Profile

1.0 3.0 mils; (25-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Carbozinc 859

Sigmazinc 109 HS

Generic type

Organic Zinc Rich Epoxy

Polyamine Zinc Rich Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

3.0 5.0 mils; (75 -125 m)

2.4 6.0 mils; (60 -150 m)

Color

Green 0300

Reddish grey - flat

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush /Roller.

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush /Roller.

Second Coat

Carboguard 890

Sigmacover 630

Generic type

Amine Epoxy

Polyamine Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

4.0 6.0 mils; (100-150 m)

5.0 8.0 mils; (125-200 m)

Color

White 0908

Red brown

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Top Coat

Carboguard 890

Sigmacover 630

Generic type

Amine Epoxy

Polyamine Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

4.0 6.0 mils; (100-150 m)

5.0 8.0 mils; (125-200 m)

Color

White 0908

Red brown

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Org. Zinc, 2 ct. Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

11.0 17.0 mils; (275-425 m)

12.4 24.0 mils; (310-600 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 7: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Piping and Equipment to 450 oF / 232 oC Steel


o

Applications

Piping and Equipment operating to 450 F (232 C) max

Surface Temperature

450 F (232 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 10.

Surface Profile

1.0 3.0 mils; (25-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Carbozinc 11 & 11 FG

Generic type

Inorganic Zinc

Dry mil thickness

2.0 3.0 mils; (50-75 m)

Color

Grey 0700

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush

Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat

Thermaline 4900R

Generic type

Silicone Acrylic

Dry mil thickness

1.5 2.0 mils; (37.5 - 50 m)

Color

Aluminum

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Inorg. Zinc, 1 ct. Silicone Acrylic

Dry mil thickness

3.5 5 mils; (87.5 - 125 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 6: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Floating Roofs Aboveground Storage Tanks


Applications

External surface of floating roofs on aboveground storage tanks and other roofs
designs that create standing water

Surface Temperature

250 F (120 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 10.

Surface Profile

1.0 3.0 mils; (25-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Carbozinc 859

Sigmazinc 109 HS

Generic type

Organic Zinc Rich Epoxy

Polyamine Zinc Rich Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

3.0 5.0 mils; (75 -125 m)

2.4 6.0 mils; (60 -150 m)

Color

Green 0300

Reddish grey - flat

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush /Roller.

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush /Roller.

Second Coat

Carboguard 890

Sigmacover 630

Generic type

Amine Epoxy

Polyamine Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

4.0 6.0 mils; (100-150 m)

5.0 8.0 mils; (125-200 m)

Color

White 0908

Red brown

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Top Coat

Carboguard 890

Sigmacover 630

Generic type

Amine Epoxy

Polyamine Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

4.0 6.0 mils; (100-150 m)

5.0 8.0 mils; (125-200 m)

Color

White 0908

Red brown

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Org. Zinc, 2 ct. Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

11.0 17.0 mils; (275-425 m)

12.4 24.0 mils; (310-600 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 7: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Piping and Equipment to 450 oF / 232 oC Steel


o

Applications

Piping and Equipment operating to 450 F (232 C) max

Surface Temperature

450 F (232 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 10.

Surface Profile

1.0 3.0 mils; (25-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Carbozinc 11 & 11 FG

Generic type

Inorganic Zinc

Dry mil thickness

2.0 3.0 mils; (50-75 m)

Color

Grey 0700

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush

Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat

Thermaline 4900R

Generic type

Silicone Acrylic

Dry mil thickness

1.5 2.0 mils; (37.5 - 50 m)

Color

Aluminum

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Inorg. Zinc, 1 ct. Silicone Acrylic

Dry mil thickness

3.5 5 mils; (87.5 - 125 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 8: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Piping and Equipment to 1000 oF / 538 oC Steel


o

Applications

Exhaust stacks, piping and Equipment operating to 1000 F (538 C) max

Surface Temperature

1000 F (538 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 10.

Surface Profile

1.0 3.0 mils; (25-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Carbozinc 11 & 11 FG

Generic type

Inorganic Zinc

Dry mil thickness

2.0 3.0 mils; (50-75 m)

Color

Grey 0700

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush

Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat

Thermaline 4700

Generic type

Silicone

Dry mil thickness

1.5 2.0 mils; (37.5 - 50 m)

Color

Aluminum

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Inorg. Zinc, 1 ct. Silicone

Dry mil thickness

3.5 5 mils; (87.5 - 125 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 9: Pipelines & Storage Terminals

Insulated Piping and Equipment Steel or Stainless Steel


Applications

Insulated piping and equipment operating up to temperature noted

Surface Temperature

450 F (230 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 10.

Surface Profile

1.0 3.0 mils; (25-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat

Thermaline 450

Generic type

Novolac Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

8 12 mils; (200 - 300 m)

Color

Aluminum

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Novolac Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

8 12 mils; (200 - 300 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 10: Pipeline Protection

External Coating of Buried Piping - Steel


Applications

External surface of buried pipelines, valves, manifolds, girth weld repair, etc.

Surface Temperature
Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance
Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 5.

Surface Profile

3.2 4.0 mils; (80-100 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Bitumastic 300M

Generic type

Coal Tar Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

16 24 mils; (400 - 600 m)

Color
Application Method
Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Coal Tar Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

16 24 mils; (400 - 600 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 11: Pipeline Protection

Internal Coating of Piping - Steel


Applications

Internal surface of piping and buried pipelines.

Surface Temperature
Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance
Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 5.

Surface Profile

3.2 4.0 mils; (80-100 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Plasite 7159

Generic type

Epoxy Phenolic

Dry mil thickness

6.0 7.0 mils; (150 - 175 m)

Color

Ivory

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat

Plasite 7159

Generic type

Epoxy Phenolic

Dry mil thickness

6.0 7.0 mils; (150 - 175 m)

Color

Light Gray

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Epoxy, 1 ct. Epoxy.

Dry mil thickness

12 14 mils; (300 - 350 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 12: Linings for Storage Tanks and Vessels

Internal Coating for Ethanol, Gasoline + Ethanol.


Applications

Internal surface of storage tanks and vessels.

Surface Temperature
Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance
Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 5.

Surface Profile

3.2 4.0 mils; (80-100 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Plasite 7159

Generic type

Epoxy Phenolic

Dry mil thickness

6.0 7.0 mils; (150 - 175 m)

Color

Ivory

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat

Plasite 7159

Generic type

Epoxy Phenolic

Dry mil thickness

6.0 7.0 mils; (150 - 175 m)

Color

Light Gray

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Epoxy, 1 ct. Epoxy.

Dry mil thickness

12 14 mils; (300 - 350 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 13: Linings for Storage Tanks and Vessels

Internal Coating for Crude Oil Storage, Jet Fuels, Diesel, Gasoline Storage, Process
Water Storage
Applications

Internal surface of storage tanks and vessels.

Surface Temperature

130 F (55 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 5.

Surface Profile

3.2 4.0 mils; (80-100 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Plasite 4500

Plasite 7122

Generic type

Epoxy 100% solids

Epoxy Phenolic

Dry mil thickness

20.0 40.0 mils; (500 - 1000 m)

6.0 7.5 mils; (150 187.5 m)

Color

Light Gray

Application Method

Airless Spray & Brush and Roller

Airless Spray & Brush and Roller

Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat

Plasite 7122

Generic type

Epoxy Phenolic

Dry mil thickness

6.0 7.5 mils; (150 187.5 m)

Color
Application Method

Airless Spray & Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Epoxy, 1 ct. Epoxy.

Dry mil thickness

20.0 40.0 mils; (500 - 1000 m)

12.0 15.0 mils; (300 - 375 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 12: Linings for Storage Tanks and Vessels

Internal Coating for Ethanol, Gasoline + Ethanol.


Applications

Internal surface of storage tanks and vessels.

Surface Temperature
Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance
Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 5.

Surface Profile

3.2 4.0 mils; (80-100 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Plasite 7159

Generic type

Epoxy Phenolic

Dry mil thickness

6.0 7.0 mils; (150 - 175 m)

Color

Ivory

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat

Plasite 7159

Generic type

Epoxy Phenolic

Dry mil thickness

6.0 7.0 mils; (150 - 175 m)

Color

Light Gray

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Epoxy, 1 ct. Epoxy.

Dry mil thickness

12 14 mils; (300 - 350 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 13: Linings for Storage Tanks and Vessels

Internal Coating for Crude Oil Storage, Jet Fuels, Diesel, Gasoline Storage, Process
Water Storage
Applications

Internal surface of storage tanks and vessels.

Surface Temperature

130 F (55 C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP 5.

Surface Profile

3.2 4.0 mils; (80-100 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Plasite 4500

Plasite 7122

Generic type

Epoxy 100% solids

Epoxy Phenolic

Dry mil thickness

20.0 40.0 mils; (500 - 1000 m)

6.0 7.5 mils; (150 187.5 m)

Color

Light Gray

Application Method

Airless Spray & Brush and Roller

Airless Spray & Brush and Roller

Second Coat
Generic type
Dry mil thickness
Color
Application Method
Top Coat

Plasite 7122

Generic type

Epoxy Phenolic

Dry mil thickness

6.0 7.5 mils; (150 187.5 m)

Color
Application Method

Airless Spray & Brush and Roller

Total DFT

Blasted steel, 1 ct. Epoxy, 1 ct. Epoxy.

Dry mil thickness

20.0 40.0 mils; (500 - 1000 m)

12.0 15.0 mils; (300 - 375 m)

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COATING SPECIFICATION NO 14: Linings for Valves

General Valves
Applications

External surface of valves.

Surface Temperature

Non-Continuous: 250F (121C) max.

Substrates & Surface Preparation: New or Maintenance


Initial Preparation

Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and other contaminants that
could interference with adhesion of coating, in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Surface Preparation

SSPC-SP2 or SP3 are acceptable methods. Previously Painted


Surfaces Lightly sand or abrade to roughen and degloss the surface. Existing
paint must attain a minimum 3B rating in accordance with ASTM D3359 XScribe
adhesion test.

Surface Profile

2.0-3.0 mil (50-75 m)

Visual Acceptation

SSPC-VIS 1 & VIS 3

Primer

Carbomastic 90

Rustbond Penetrating Sealer

Generic type

Cycloaliphatic Amine Epoxy

Polyamido-Amine Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

3.0 5.0 mils; (75 125 m)

1.0-2.0 mils; (25-50 m)

Color

Red M 500

Translucent green 0300

Application Method

Airless Spray & Brush and Roller

Conventional Spray & Brush and Roller

Second Coat

Carboguard 890

Generic type

Amine Epoxy

Dry mil thickness

4.0-6.0 mils; (100-150 m)

Color

White 0908

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Top Coat

Carbothane 134 HG

Carbothane 134 HG

Generic type

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane

Dry mil thickness

2.0 2.5 mils; (50-62.5 m)

2.0 2.5 mils; (50-62.5 m)

Color

Green 0388 (ILYP/EDY)

Green 0388 (ILYP/EDY)

Application Method

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Conventional Spray, Airless Spray &


Brush / Roller

Blasted

steel, 1 ct. Epoxy, 1 ct.


Polyurethane.

Blasted

5.0 7.5 mils; (125 185.5 m)

7.0-10.5 mils; (175-262.5 m)

Total DFT

steel, 1 ct. Epoxy, 1 ct.,


1 ct. Epoxy, 1 ct Polyurethane.

Dry mil thickness


Rev. 1A
R.H

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