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J3 Program 10080-1-SS-PP-014

Standard Specification Date: 29/07/2013, Rev. 2

RECORD OF REVISIONS
Date Revision Details Revision Number
13.09.12 Issued for Implementation 0
07.02.13 Revised as marked & re-issued for implementation 1
29.07.2013 Issued for Implementation 2
Revised as below :
Clause 2.16
Clause 2.3
Clause 6.5
Clause no. 11 Appendix A Type 1
Appendix B New vendor & their products added.
Appendix C Painting Schedule C Code Cf
Painting Schedule F Code Fh
Painting Schedule L Code Le
Painting Schedule R Code Rj
Painting Schedule R Code Rk
Painting Schedule R Code Rl
Painting Schedule R Code Rm
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Contents
1. Purpose: ........................................................................................................................... 4
2. Scope: ............................................................................................................................... 4
3. Definitions: ....................................................................................................................... 5
4. Abbreviations: .................................................................................................................. 6
5. Codes and Standards: ....................................................................................................... 6
6. Basic Design/Assembly/Methodology: ............................................................................ 7
7. Accessories: .................................................................................................................... 22
8. Inspection and Testing: .................................................................................................. 22
9. Preparation for shipment: .............................................................................................. 25
10. Vendor Data Requirement: ............................................................................................ 26
11. Attachments: .................................................................................................................. 27
APPENDIX A - Type of Painting / Coating Systems ................................................................... 27
APPENDIX B - List of Approved Paint / Coating Systems ......................................................... 33
APPENDIX C - Schedules of Painting......................................................................................... 36
APPENDIX D - Colour Equivalent Standards ............................................................................. 50
APPENDIX E - SURFACE PREPARATION AND COATING INSPECTION FORM ........................................ 52
APPENDIX F - QC Check List ........................................................................................................ 54
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1. Purpose:
The purpose of this standard specification is to establish uniform standards for Field
& Shop Painting at sites / suppliers shop.

2. Scope:
2.1 This STANDARD SPECIFICATION covers the general requirements for the
manufacturing, application and quality control of field & shop painting for Tanks,
Vessels, Columns, Equipment, Piping and Structural steels operating at various
temperature ranges from ambient to 600C.
2.2 The detailed Design and Engineering of Coating/ painting shall cover
Avoiding of Corrosion on steel surfaces.
Compliance with safety requirements and health hazards.
Compliance with process conditions / environmental requirements.
Economical painting thickness for maximum surface protection.
Maximum Service life with lowest cost.
2.3 Complete painting system shall be applied in fabricators or coating applicators shop
for equipments, structurals, piping, etc. prior to shipment to the site for erection.
Field painting shall be limited to field welds and repairs of damaged areas only.
2.4 Coating / Painting shall be used as mentioned in Appendix C for stainless steel and
Aluminium surfaces.
2.5 All steel stair treads, open grid flooring and steel gratings shall only be galvanised
and no painting shall be done.
2.6 For CS / AS Equipment and Piping which are to be insulated also should be painted to
protect the surface from Corrosion under Insulation (CUI).
2.7 Concrete and Buildings or splash zones or submerged zones painting are not covered
under this STANDARD SPECIFICATION.
2.8 References to SSPC (Steel Structures Painting Council Standards) shall be understood
and shall be followed.
2.9 Work described shall be performed by the Coating Subcontractor and all required
tools, equipment, coatings, solvents and others, if any necessary to complete the
work shall be furnished by Subcontractor.
2.10 The Coating Subcontractor shall comply with all applicable laws, regulations,
ordinances, etc., of the city, county, state, province or nation pertaining to his work
and coating materials. It is a mandatory requirement that all operatives working to
this procedure take full cognizance and implement necessary safety precautions.
2.11 Reliances Inspector shall have free access at all times to the work being performed
by the Subcontractor.
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2.12 Coating Manufacturer's latest approved and published instructions for application
and system combinations of coatings shall be followed. Superimposed primers and
coatings shall be compatible to the surfaces. In the event of conflicts, differences
shall be bought to the Reliance / Subcontractor's coating specialist for resolution.
2.13 For equipment that has received shop primer coated, the Field Coating
Subcontractor shall touch-up primer coat and apply additional coats in accordance
with the coating schedule. It is the Subcontractor's responsibility to ensure
compatibility between shop and field applied paint systems.
2.14 Proper precautions shall be taken to protect other surfaces from abrasive blasting,
coating over spray and spatter. Damage to other surfaces or equipment shall be
repaired by the Field Coating Subcontractor at his expense.
2.15 The Field Coating Subcontractor shall submit surface preparation and application
procedures for review and acceptance by Owner / Reliance.
2.16 For marine facilities painting, refer 10020-PS-GAW-1045.
3. Definitions:
Owner: Shall mean Reliance.
Owners Representative: Person(s) / Inspector(s) duly authorized by Owner /
Construction Manager.
Contractor: The Contractor is the party that carries out all or part of the design,
engineering, procurement, installation, application and commissioning or
management of a project or operation of a facility.
Manufacturer/Supplier: The Manufacturer/Supplier is the party that manufactures
or supplies the products, equipment and services to perform the duties specified by
the Owner/Owners Representative or Contractor.
Shall: The word shall indicate a requirement.
Should: The word should indicate a recommendation.
Batch: A batch is the amount of materials produced within one uninterrupted
production run of maximum 10 h under constant production conditions in a shift.
Painting system: The Painting system is the specific combination of surface
preparation and painting meant to have the corrosion protection properties as
described in this standard specification.
Holiday: A holiday is a defect penetrating through the coating to the steel pipe
surface, of such dimensions that it is detectable by means of the specified
procedures.
Shift: A shift is a set of pipes/spools coated in one production run of which the
beginning and end coincide with a change in personnel. In the context of the quality

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control procedures of this standard specification, the maximum duration of a shift is


10 hours.
4. Abbreviations:
BS : BRITISH STANDARD
ASTM : AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING & MATERIALS
SSPC : STEEL STRUCTURES PAINTING COUNCIL
ISO : INTERNATIONAL STANDARD

5. Codes and Standards:


Field & shop works shall be performed in accordance with International Codes and
Standards. Equivalent Indian Standards may be used subject to Reliance Approval.
Works shall also be in accordance with the paint manufacturer's recommendations.
Details of standards followed in this specification are given below:

Surface Preparation Standards for


ISO 8501
Painting Steel Surfaces.
Colour for Identification. Coding
British Standard 381C
and Special Purposes.
Hot Dip Galvanised Coatings on
BS EN ISO 1461
Iron Steel Articles.
Surface finish of Blast Cleaned
BS 7079
Steel For Painting.
British Standard 1710 Identification of Pipeline.
Paint Colours for Building
British Standard 4800
Purposes
Code of Practice for Protective
British Standard 5493 Coating of Iron and Steel
Structures against Corrosion.
Standard Test Methods for
ASTM D-3359
Measuring Adhesion by Tape Test
Standard Specification for Zinc
ASTM D-520
Dust Pigment
Standard Test Method for Oil or
ASTM D 4285
Water in Compressed Air

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6. Basic Design/Assembly/Methodology:
6.1 Surface Preparations
The basic minimum requirements for the surface preparation and coating / Painting
of carbon steel substrates are as mentioned below.

6.1.1 Metal Surfaces


6.1.1.1 Weld spatter shall be removed and sharp or rough welds rounded and contoured.
Sharp edges shall be rounded, chamfered or broken.

6.1.1.2 Surfaces to be coated shall be free of all grease, oil, loose rust, and loose mill-scale.
Oil and grease shall be removed by solvent cleaning method as outlined in SSPC - SP -
1.

6.1.1.3 Rust, mill scale, weld spatter, flux, shall be removed by the methods indicated in the
Painting Schedule.

6.1.1.4 The surface profile depth indicated under Appendix 'A' shall be achieved by using a
medium that has good angularity of form, sharp cutting edges and is substantially
free from "half rounds".

6.1.1.5 Chilled iron grit shall be the preferred medium for abrasive blast cleaning for CS &
AS.

6.1.1.6 Silica sand and other abrasives containing more than 1% crystalline silica shall not be
used. Copper slag shall not be used for blast cleaning.

6.1.1.7 Profile measurements for abrasive blast cleaned surface shall be made with a Keane
Tator Profile comparator, Clemtec anchor profile chips, Testex Press-O-Film or other
contractor accepted method suitable for the abrasive being used.

6.1.1.8 Prior to any coating application the substrate shall be checked for soluble salt
contamination using a suitable salt contamination meter.

6.1.1.9 The maximum allowable level of contamination shall be as mentioned in clause


6.1.3.6. Surfaces that do not meet this criterion shall be reprocessed. Should this
problem occur on a frequent basis the abrasive medium shall be re-examined for
quality and if necessary changed.

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6.1.1.10 Surfaces prepared for coating shall be coated the same day and before any visible
rusting occurs (the time elapsed between blast cleaning and commencement of
painting shall under no circumstances exceed 4 hours, but in any case must
commence before signs of degradation occur).

6.1.2 Pre-Blast Inspection Procedures


6.1.2.1 Compressed air used for abrasive blasting and painting shall be tested in accordance
with ASTM D 4285 at the beginning of each shift, every 4 hours thereafter and after
every interruption of compressor operation.

6.1.2.2 Prior to blasting, the substrate shall be examined for signs of contamination. If oil
and grease contamination is found to be present, the surface shall be washed with
2% emulsifying liquid by volume of water, giving special attention to weld areas, bolt
holes, mouse holes, to remove galvanic salts and alkali deposits from welding flux.

6.1.2.3 Following on above the whole area shall be high pressure water washed and if
necessary scrub with a hard brush.

6.1.2.4 Prior to blast cleaning the substrate shall be dry and at least 3C above the dew point
temperature.

6.1.2.5 Blasting abrasive shall conform to the requirements and shall result in an anchor
profile as specified in Appendix C', when measured.

6.1.2.6 Visual inspection shall be carried out to detect any sharp edges, weld spatter or
visible laminations. Where these are discovered they shall be ground smooth prior to
water washing.

6.1.2.7 Inspection of the blast equipment i.e. hogger lines, bull lines, blast nozzles, helmet
and lines, deadman handles, air reservoirs etc., will be carried out by the operators
supervisor to ensure safe and sound working conditions with no danger to life.

6.1.3 Surface Preparation Inspection Procedures


6.1.3.1 Immediately after blasting and cleaning, the blast quality/surface roughness shall be
checked by the Contractors representative and offer for inspection.

6.1.3.2 Blast profiles shall be rendered dust free from the surface by suitable means such as
vacuum cleaner, dry air or soft brushes.

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6.1.3.3 The blast cleaned surface shall be checked for signs of salt contamination using an
SCM 400 meter. The maximum allowable level of contamination shall be as
mentioned in clause 6.1.3.6. Surfaces that do not meet this criteria shall be re-
blasted.

6.1.3.4 The time elapsed between blast cleaning and commencement of painting shall under
no circumstances exceed 4 hours, but in any case must commence before signs of
degradation occur.

6.1.3.5 Surface preparation and coating inspection shall be documented using the Surface
Preparation and Coatings Inspection Form.

6.1.3.6 The cleaned surfaces shall be examined for the traces of oil, grease, other
contamination and for the presence for soluble salts. Contaminants shall be removed
by solvent washing and salt shall be removed by cleaning with water washing or
steam cleaning. The total allowable level of soluble salts shall be assed in accordance
with ISO 8502-6 and chlorides shall be as per ISO 8502-9.

Maximum Total soluble salts

Surfaces New Construction Repair/ Maintenance


External C.S surfaces 25 mg/ m2 50 mg/ m2
Stainless Steels 20 mg/ m2 20 mg/ m2
Internal surfaces of
25 mg/ m2 25 mg/ m2
Vessels and Tanks

6.1.4 Abrasives
6.1.4.1 Abrasives used for blast cleaning steels shall be in accordance with ISO 8504-2. Test
methods shall be in accordance with ISO 11125 and ISO 11127 for metallic and non-
metallic abrasives.

TYPE STANDARD DESCRIPTION


ISO 11124 2 / ISO
Metallic Iron grit / Steel grit
11124 - 3
ISO 11126 9 / ISO
Natural Mineral Staurolite / Garnet
11126 - 10
ISO 11126 4/ ISO Coal slag / Aluminium
Synthetic Mineral
11126 7 oxide

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6.1.4.2 Steel or iron grit is commonly used as recyclable abrasives. When steel shot is mixed
with steel grit, the shot content shall not exceed 67%.
6.1.4.3 Abrasives used for blast cleaning shall be free from oil, grease, moisture, chloride
contamination etc.

6.1.4.4 For blast cleaning of stainless steel (SS) surfaces, non-iron containing abrasives shall
be used like Garnet, Coal slag or Aluminum oxide.

6.1.5 Surface Cleanliness


The surface cleanliness grades are as mentioned below.
SSPC DESCRIPTION ISO 8501
SP-1 Solvent cleaning ---
SP-3 Power tool cleaning St 3
White metal / Near
SP-5 / SP-10 Sa 3 / Sa 2.5
white metal
Sweep blast
SP-7 Sa1
cleaning
Power tool cleaning
SP-11 ---
to bare metal
Water jetting ( ISO
SP-12 Wa 2.5
8501-4)
Brush-Off blast
cleaning of coated
and uncoated
SP-16 ---
galvanized steel,
stainless steels &
non-ferrous metals.

6.2 Paint Storage and Application


6.2.1 Paints and primers shall be delivered to the store in the original containers bearing
the manufacturer's name, product designation and batch number. Shelf life and date
of manufacture. Material which have exceeded the manufacturer's recommended
shelf life shall not be used. Materials shall not be used or mixed into a new batch
after its recommended pot life has been expired. Material shall be used on a first-in,
first-out basis. Containers if stored for more than one month will be tumbled.

6.2.2 Paints, catalysts and thinners shall be stored in well ventilated buildings free from
excessive heat, sparks, flames and direct sunlight. Paints stored for short times on
the jobsite shall be protected from direct sunlight during the summer season.

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6.2.3 Painting /Coating shall be applied in strict accordance with the coating
manufacturer's latest published instructions. In particular, the manufacturer's
recommended curing or drying time shall be allowed between coats of primer and
finish. Thickness of the coating shall be in accordance with the Coating Schedule or
the manufacturer's latest published instructions.
6.2.4 Two component (base and hardener) coatings like Air drying epoxy, Polyurethane
coatings etc shall be mixed in the ratio recommended by manufacturer to ensure
proper and complete curing of the coatings. Improper ratio leads to problems like
soft / non-dried film, poor performance, etc. The base and hardener are to be
separately mixed first to obtain a homogenous mixture. The hardener is to be added
to the base slowly, with continuous mixing / agitation and not the reverse. Power
agitation is preferred over hand mixing. Before application, Paint inspector will
oversee the operation to ensure the adherence to paint manufacturers instructions.
Only thinners of the type and quality specified shall be used. Care must be taken to
mix two pack materials components according to manufacturers recommendations.

6.2.5 Pump pressures and correct tip sizes shall be used to produce the most desirable
spray size pattern and thickness on airless spray equipment.

6.2.6 When using conventional spray equipment, the operator will ensure that the gun
parts and outlets are maintained in a clean and working order, to ensure the best of
cosmetic appearance upon application.

6.2.7 When mixing and spraying conventionally sprayed paints, straining of the material is
essential to avoid any gun blockage. Pressure pots are to be kept contamination free.

6.2.8 Paints containing heavy or metallic pigments that have a tendency to settle shall be
kept in suspension by continuous use of a mechanical agitator whilst being applied,
to ensure uniformity over the surface area, (e.g. zinc MIO's pigmented materials).

6.2.9 Dwelling time of two-pack components, once mixed, shall be no more than 30
minutes to enable the material to settle, and air bubbles to escape.

6.2.10 During application and whilst in a set state, the surface areas shall be inspected to
find holidays, runs, sags etc. Holidays will be coated in at this stage if detected prior
to full drying taking place. Care must be taken to ensure contact areas, if any, are
included in these criteria. Runs and sags will be brushed out.

6.2.11 Once dry, visual inspection will be carried out to establish any faults present. DFTs
will be taken and recorded. Any faults found will be rectified prior to application of
the successive coatings.

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6.2.12 Prior to over coating, any previously applied coating, the DFT shall be taken and the
surface shall be inspected for pinholes, runs, sags etc. If any defects are found and
remedial action necessary, an NCR form will be utilized on the recommendation of
the QA Manager.
6.2.13 All edges, corners, webs and inaccessible areas, shall be stripe coated prior to full
application, to ensure integrity of WFT/DFT over surface areas.

6.2.14 All coatings shall be permitted to dry in accordance with their manufacturers
recommendations prior to being over coated. Attention to be given to drying
temperatures, etc.

6.2.15 Field application shall be by brush, roller or spray gun. Local regulations regarding
spray and roller coating shall be observed. A smooth uniform film shall be applied to
the surfaces to be coated. For Field joint coating where blast cleaning or clause 6.4.4
is not possible, minimum ST3 surface preparation to be achieved. The field paint
shall be compatible to ST3 surface finish as well as to existing paint at the adjoining
area.

6.2.16 The temperature of the substrate must be a minimum of 3C above the dew point
during abrasive blast cleaning and coating. The substrate temperature shall be a
minimum of 5C and a maximum of 60C during coating application.

6.2.17 Containers of paint, catalysts and thinners shall not be opened prior to use except
for spot inspection. They shall be tightly resealed after inspection.

6.2.18 The life time of any protective system is determined by the dry film thickness of the
paint system present on weld seams and sharp edges. Special attention should be
given to sharp edges to ensure that they are covered with an adequate coating
thickness.

6.2.19 Any addition of thinner to achieve the application viscosity should be made only
after the components are thoroughly mixed. Avoid using excess thinner than the
recommended volumes, since this will lead to lower DFT build up, sagging, longer
curing time, etc.

6.2.20 Painting should not be undertaken during fog or mist conditions or when rain or
snow is imminent, when the surface to be painted is wet with condensation or when
condensation can occur during the initial drying period of the paint.

6.2.21 The volume solids figure given in the product data sheets of paints is the percentage
of the film obtained from a given wet film thickness under specified application and
conditions. The theoretical coverage can be determined from the formula below:

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Theoretical coverage (m2 / Liter) = Volume solids (%) x 10 / Measured DFT (in
microns)

6.3 Sub Contractor Work


6.3.1 Work to be performed by the Field Coating Sub-contractor includes the furnishing of
materials and applying the coating in accordance with specification.

6.3.2 Loading/Unloading and handling of materials, equipment and tools shall be


performed by the Field Coating Sub-contractor.
6.3.3 Field cleaning of piping and equipment to be limited to field welds, tie-ins, field
modifications & repairs only.
6.3.4 Work shall be protected against damages during all stages of application by the Field
Coating Sub-contractor.

6.3.5 The Field Coating Sub-contractor shall be responsible for damages caused by
windblown overspray or spatter. The Field Coating Sub-contractor shall take
adequate precautions to prevent spattering and overspray of adjacent equipment,
paving, structures, vessels, etc., by the use of drop cloths and shields.

6.3.6 The Field Coating Sub-contractor shall protect nameplates, nametags, glasses on
temperature indicators, pressure gauges, level instruments, etc., by masking or
applying a heavy coat of lubricant. Operating mechanisms, such as valve stems and
valve positioners must also be protected. Masking and lubricant applied by the Field
Coating Sub-contractor shall be removed by him after completion of all work.

6.3.7 The Field Coating Sub-contractor shall clean all spatter and overspray from
equipment, vessels, tanks, piping, insulation, structures. A daily clean-up of the work
area shall be made by the Field Coating Sub-contractor to remove empty cartons,
cans and other discarded containers or equipment.

6.4 Painting Repair


6.4.1 Touch-up and repair of damaged primer (scratched, rusted, peeled, blistered, etc.)
shall be repaired. Surface preparation and DFT of the primer shall be in accordance
with the requirements for the specified coating system.

6.4.2 Prior to touch-up painting of damaged areas, or field coating to welded joints, a
Method Statement/Painting Procedure detailing surface preparation, coatings to be
used and their application and inspection criteria shall be submitted by contractor
for approval. No touch-up, repair work or coating to field welded joints shall be
executed until such a procedure is in place.

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6.4.3 Damaged areas of galvanized structures shall be feathered back to sound coating
and cleaned as per SSPC-SP3. The area shall be coated with a high zinc dust content
galvanizing repair coating such as META FLUX or approved equal.

6.4.4 Surface preparation of field weld zones, areas of damaged coating etc. shall be done
using portable vacuum blaster to Sa 2.5 (SP 10) of MBX Bristle Blaster to SSPC-SP11.

6.5 General Colour Code and Schedules


6.5.1 In order to identify the contents in the pipe lines, Vessels and tanks colour code
painting is required to be carried out as shown in Table 1 below. The system of
colour coding consists of ground colour together with colour bands (primary and
secondary) for piping.

Table 1

General Coating & Colour Schedule


CODE BRITISH STD:
DESCRIPTION COLOUR
LETTER 4800***
C Columns Pressure Vessels Exchangers Aluminium / -
Grey
F Tankages:
Heated (Except Acid, Caustic, Water) Black 00 E 53

Refrigerated, Tanks inside battery limits White -

All Tanks in Tank Farm area Sand

G Rotating Equipment:
Pumps-Compressors Turbines Fans - Motors Light Grey 10 A 03

Uncovered moving parts that could cause injury Orange 06 E 51

J Instrument Equipment Light Grey 10 A 03

L Piping, Valves, Fittings etc.:


For AIR services, unless galvanized Light Blue 20 E 51

For Nitrogen service Canary Yellow Refer Appendix


D
Underground (Buried) As approved As approved

Above Ground Fire water, Foam etc. Fire Red 04 E 53

All other services except the above. Light Grey 10 A 03

Transition Flanges (between Above ground and Below ground) Yellow 08 E 51

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M Structural Steel Work (Unless Galvanised) and Concrete:

Framework, Columns, Beams and Pipe Supports Light Grey 10 A 03

Stairs, Platforms, Floor Plates, Kickplates Black 00 E 53

Ladders, Ladder Cages, Hand rails Golden Yellow 08 E 51

P Electrical Equipment Light Grey 10 A 03

Fire Protection Materials and Equipment: Foamatic Hydrants, Water Fire Red 04 E 53
Hydrants, Extinguishers, Sprinkler Systems, Alarm Boxes, Fire doors,
Connections and Cabinets for Fire Blankets and Hoses.
Safety Equipment : Safety Showers, Eyewash Fountains, First Aid Equipment Green 14 C 39
etc.
*** Corresponding Equivalent / Nearest IS colour shade shown in Appendix D.

Identification colour bands to be provided for Un-Insulated and Insulated Process


and Utility Piping.
Aluminium ground colour mentioned in Table 1 above shall be Non Leafing
grade.
Type 3 finish coat may be used for aluminium colour as per painting schedules
mentioned in Appendix C.

6.5.2 The ground colour can be applied either on the entire length of the pipe or over a
small length, minimum of 300 mm, and very distinct from primary and secondary
colour bands as shown in Table -2 below.

Table 2

CONTENTS
PIPE CONTENTS PRIMARY IDENTIFICATION BAND SECONDARY IDENTIFICATION BAND
SYMBOLS

BASIC IDENTIFICATION COLOUR BAND FOR WATER IS GREEN 12-D-45


BOILER FEED WATER WB CRIMSON 04-D-45 -
COOLING WATER ( FRESH)
WC WHITE 00-E-55 -

COOLING WATER (SEA


WC WHITE 00-E-55 YELLOW 10-C-33
WATER)
DESALINATED WATER WD SKY BLUE 18-E-49 -
FIRE WATER (FRESH) WF RED 04-E-53 COMPLETE PIPE

FIRE WATER (SEAWATER) WM RED 04-E-53 COMPLETE PIPE

EFFLUENT WATER WE BROWN 06-C-39 BLACK 00-E-53


WATER WITH OIL WO BROWN 06-C-39 -
POTABLE WATER WP BLUE 18-E-53 -

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DEMINERALISED WA TER WA RED PURPLE 02-C-33 -

TREATED EFFLUENT WATER WT BROWN 06-C-39 WHITE 00-E-55

UTILITY WATER WU PURPLE BLUE 20-C-37 -


SEA WATER WS YELLOW 10-C-33 -
SOUR WATER WX VIOLET 22-D-45 -

CONTAMINATED WATER WK BROWN 06-C-39 -

PROCESS WATER WR PURPLE 24-C-33 -


BASIC IDENTIFICATION COLOUR BAND FOR OILS IS BROWN 06-C-39
DIESEL DL WHITE 00-E-55
FUEL OIL FO CRIMSON 04-D-45 -

LUBE OIL LO EMERALD GREEN I4-E-53 -

SEAL OR GLAND OIL SO SALMNPINK 04-C-33 -


FLUSHING OIL FL PURPLE 24-C-33 -
FIRE FOAM FF RED 04-E-53 -
BASIC IDENTIFICATION COLOUR BAND FOR AIR IS LIGHT GREY 10-A.03
BREATHING AIR AB PALE GREEN 14-C-31 LIGHT BLUE for Complete Pipe
INSTRUMENT AIR AI CREAM 08-C-31 LIGHT BLUE for Complete Pipe
PLANT AIR AP BEIGE 10-B-17 LIGHT BLUE for Complete Pipe
CONTENTS
PIPE CONTENTS PRIMARY IDENTIFICATION BAND SECONDARY IDENTIFICATION BAND
SYMBOLS

BASIC IDENTIFICATION COLOUR BAND FOR GASES EITHER

GASEOUS OR LIQUEFIED IS YELLOW OCHRE 08-C-35


FUEL GAS (SWEET) FG GREEN 14-C-39 PALE GREEN 14-C-31

FUEL GAS (SOUR) FS GREEN 14-C-.39 VIOLET 22-C-37

FLUE GAS LG VIOLET 22-C-37 -


OVERHEAD GAS FROM AG PURPLE 24-C-39 -
AMINE PLANT
REFRIGERANT RT SEA GREEN I6-C-37 -

GENERAL HYDROCARBONS PA BROWN 06-C-39 -

HYDROCARBONS WITH PB YELLOW 10-E-49 -


SULPHUR
HYDROCARBONS WITH PC PURPLE 24-C-33 -
HYDROGEN

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HYDROCARBONS WITH PD PURPLE 24-C-33 YELLOW 10-E-49


HYDROGEN & H2S

HYDROCARBONS WITH PE VIOLET 22-D-45 GREEN 12-D-45


SOUR
WATER

PROCESS BLOWDOWN
GENERAL HYDROCARBONS BA BROWN 06-C-39 -

HYDROCARBONS WITH BB YELLOW 10-E-49 -


SULPHUR
HYDROCARBONS WITH BC PURPLE 24-C-33 -
HYDROGEN
HYDROCARBONS WITH BD PURPLE 24-C-33 YELLOW 10-E-49
HYDROGEN & H2S
HYDROCARBONS WITH BE VIOLET 22-D-45 GREEN 12-D-45
SOUR WATER
HYDROGEN HY CHARCOAL 00-A-13 -

COKER MAZE DRAIN MD BLACK 00-E-53 SKY BLUE 18-E-49

CRACKED SLOPS SC BLACK 00-E-53 YELLOW 10-E-49


HEAVY SLOPS SH BLACK 00-E-53 GREEN YELLOW 12-E-53

LIGHT SLOPS SL BLACK 00-E-53 GREEN YELLOW 12-C-33

CONTENTS
PIPE CONTENTS PRIMARY IDENTIFICATION BAND SECONDARY IDENTIFICATION BAND
SYMBOLS

BASIC IDENTIFICATION COLOUR BAND FOR CHEMICAL OR ACID IS VIOLET 22-C-37


CATALYST CT PINK 04-C-33 -
MOLTEN SULPIIUR SU YELLOW 10-E-49 -
CHEMICALS CH LlGHT GREEN. 12-C-33 -
AMINES CA PALE GREEN 14-C-31 -

HIGH STRENGTH CAUSTIC


CB DARK GREEN 14-C-39 PALE GREEN 14-C-31
(25% OR GREATER)

SULPHURIC ACID VA YELLOW I0-D-45 -


HYDROCHLORIC ACID HA CREAM 10-B-15 -
LOW STRENGTH CAUSTIC CC PALE GREEN I4-C31 DARK GREEN 14-C-39

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(LESS THANN 20% CON)

BASIC IDENTIFICATION COLOUR BAND FOR STEAM & CONDENSATE IS CHARCOAL GREY 00-A-13

LOW LOW PRESSURE STEAM YS PALE GREEN 14-C-31 -

LOW PRESSURE STEAM LS DARK GREEN 14-C-39 -

MEDIUM PRESSURE STEAM MS GREEN 14-E-51 -

HIGH PRESSURE STEAM HS GREEN YELLOW 12-D-43 -

HIGH HIGH PRESSURE


ZS GREEN YELLOW 12-E-51 -
STEAM
RELIEF &: BLOWDOWN
BS GREEN YELLOW 12-C-33 -
STEAM
LOW LOW PRESSURE
YC PALE GREEN 14C31 -
CONDENSATE
LOW PRESSURE
LC DARK GREEN 14-C39 -
CONDENSATE
MEDIUM PRESSURE
MC GREEN 14-E-51 -
CONDENSATE
HIGH PRESSURE
HC GREEN YELLOW. 12-D-43 -
CONDENSATE
HIGH HIGH PRESSURE
ZC GREEN YELLOW 12E-51 -
CONDENSATE

6.6 Method of Colour Code Application


6.6.1 The basic identification colour as indicated in Table - 1 to be applied to the entire
surface except on precision machined surfaces, nonferrous and threaded parts.

6.6.2 Further identification of service, colour bands as shown in figure 1 shall be used over
the un- Insulated pipes. For insulated piping the colour bands shall be used over the
cladding. This system is based on BS 1710.

6.6.3 Valves on the pipelines shall be painted with the identification colour to the pipeline.

6.6.4 The colour given for identification of services shall be painted by bands. These bands
serve both the purposes of identification as well as flow direction. Arrow can also be
used to indicate the flow direction.

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6.6.5 The colour coding shall be arranged as indicated in Fig. 1 below:

6.6.6 For dia > 4", dimensions A and D shall be 2 x Dia. (I8" maximum) and dimensions B
and C shall be Dia. / 2 (9" maximum).
6.6.7 For dia < 4" A = 100 mm. B=50mm, C =25 mm and D = l00mm.

6.6.8 Colour Band C is located on down stream side of Colour Band and indicates direction
of flow. In case of double direction, flow band C will be located each side of band A.

6.6.9 The two colour Bands (Primary and Secondary) for quick identification (such as for
fuel gas, hydrocarbons etc.) the following procedure can be used as indicated in Fig.
2 below.

ALL OTHER DIMENSIONS ARE AS SAME AS FIGURE-1

6.6.10 Hazardous Mediums

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Where the piping system carries a hazardous product a panel of equal diagonal
stripes (black and yellow colors) shall be superimposed on the pipe on both ends of
the basic identification panels as shown in figure 3 and 4 below.

6.6.11 Direction by Arrows

6.6.11.1 The arrows shall be in white or black colour, too contrast with basic colour of pipe.
Following sizes are recommended.

-For pipes-diameter 2" to 6" dia. arrow to fit in a 25 mm x 100 mm rectangular.


-For pipes-diameter 8" dia. and above, arrow to fit in a 50 mm x 150 mm
rectangular.

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6.6.11.2 Where flow of fluid is possible in either direction, two arrows shall be indicated
one above the other and both in same colour.

6.6.11.3 Arrows and band markings shall be made at the unit battery limits and then on
convenient location at the point of use. It is recommended to adopt one method
for the entire plant.
6.7 Contents Code / Tag Indication
6.7.1 Paint Colour
The contents code / Tag indications shall be painted either in white or in black in
order to contrast clearly with the colour of paint on the pipe or equipment. For
insulated lines the code indications shall be painted over the cladding of the
insulation.

6.7.2 Requirements
The full name or well known abbreviations of chemical and symbol of fluid inside the
pipeline or equipment tag number shall be indicated. The line number shall also be
painted on the pipelines. The pressure or temperature of the fluid inside the pipeline
shall not be indicated.

6.7.3 Location
The indication as described above shall be painted at following locations or such
other places where quick identification is deemed necessary.
SURFACE LOCATION
At all junctions, both sides of valves, both
Pipelines sides of service appliances and at 30M of
intervals on straight pipe lengths.
For long straight lengths, e.g. transfer
lines the interval of 30 M may be varied at
the discretion of the Reliance Engineer.
Tag Number at visible locations for quick
Equipments/ Tanks identification. For Tanks Tag number and
capacity to indicate.
6.7.4 Lettering Size
The size of lettering used for code indications on the insulated as well as un-
insulated pipes / Equipment are recommended below. However, these sizes are only
indicative and may be varied by Reliance Engineer.

Diameter 2
For Pipes 25mm letters
(ND) to 6 (ND)
Diameter 3
For Pipes 50mm letters
(ND) to 6 (ND)
Diameter 8
For Pipes 80mm letters
(ND) and
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above
For Eqp. / 1000 mm dia. 200 mm
Tanks and above letters
6.7.5 Code Indication for Small Diameter Pipes
Code indication marking by paint may not be done for un-insulated pipelines less
than 2 diameter. For such pipes, the indication markings shall be punched on lead
tags of nominal diameter 1 and below and for insulated lines less than 1 and
secured to the pipe. Such tags shall be provided at locations described as above. The
size of the tag and the method of tying it with pipeline shall be as per advice of
Reliance Engineer.

6.7.6 Colour Equivalent Standards


As per APPENDIX D.
7. Accessories:
Blasting Equipment
Testex press-o-film and other profile measuring accessories as per clause no. 5.1.1.6.
SCM 400 Meter
Single Component Airless Sprayer
Plural Component Airless Sprayer
WFT Gauge
DFT Meter
Holiday Tester
8. Inspection and Testing:
8.1 Inspection

8.1.1 Inspection will be performed by SSPC / NACE approved inspectors only. In case any
SSPC / NACE approved inspectors are not available with the contractors, contractor
to suggest inspector names for Reliance approval prior to commencement of work.

8.1.2 Primer coats shall be inspected and cleaned when required by Reliance, before
applying second / finish coats.

8.1.3 Dry film thickness shall be measured after each coat by Reliance Inspector using a
Mikrotest, Elcometer, or Reliance accepted equal, Thickness testing Instrument.

8.1.4 Dry thickness measurements shall be made in accordance with ISO 2808 or SSPC-PA
2. Measurements of Dry Paint Thickness with Magnetic Gauges.

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Test sampling plan

Inspection area / length ( M2 / M) Number of measurements


Up to 1 5
Above 1 to 3 10
Above 3 to 10 15
Above 10 to 30 20
Above 30 to 100 30
Corresponding number of
Above 100 measurements as mentioned
above.

8.1.5 The Coating Subcontractor shall have in his possession at all times a wet film
thickness gauge for continuous check of the wet film as applied.

8.1.6 Defective work shall be corrected by the Coating Subcontractor at his sole expense.

8.1.7 When more than one prime coat or finish coat is specified, then use a contrasting
colour in the first coat to distinguish between the first and second coats.
8.1.8 The average value of thickness readings taken over any square meter of a scheduled
area should be equal or exceed the nominal thickness specified and in no case
should any reading be less than 80% of the nominal thickness as mentioned in SSPC
PA 2.

8.1.9 Areas where coating thickness both thin and too thick locations are to be marked
and the Paint contractor shall carry-out repair at such areas. The surface areas shall
be inspected to find holidays, runs, sags etc. Holidays, if detected shall be coated
before full drying taking place. Runs and sags will be brushed out.

8.1.10 Determination of the thickness of each coat in a multi-coat system should be an


inspection hold-point. When using magnetic gages to measure multi-coat systems,
the average of the first coat must be determined prior to application of second coat.
Readings taken after the second coat is applied will obviously be the total thickness
of the two coats combined, and the specific thickness of the second coat can only be
determined by subtracting the average thickness obtained from the first coat
reading.

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8.1.11 Holiday or spark testing shall be done for immersion service to find nicks, scrapes,
and pin holes in the coating film. Holiday testing shall be done after application of
the last coat of paint.

8.1.12 After all the coats of paint have been applied, the inspector should verify that the
appropriate clean-up is done, and that any abrasions, nicks, or scrapes are repaired
as required. If the coating is within the specification the item will be offered to the
client or representative inspector where required.

8.1.13 Occasionally, there is a need to test the adhesion of the coatings after application.
Measuring adhesion by Tape Test as described in ASTM D 3359 shall be used for
adhesion test.

8.1.14 Surface preparation and coating shall be documented using the Surface preparation
and Coatings Inspection Form as per APPENDIX E.

8.2 Quality Control Requirements

8.2.1 Contractors / Sellers

8.2.2.1 Contractors / Sellers shall be responsible for the quality of the finished product
regardless of any inspection activity carried out by the Construction Manager or his
appointed representative.
8.2.2.2 Contractors / Sellers shall have their own quality control and inspection staff who are
independent of the production / construction departments and who report directly
to the head of the quality control department.

8.2.2.3 Contractors / Sellers shall have their own quality plans and procedures including
repair procedures for Inspection and Testing. These procedures shall refer to the
relevant sections in the project specification and include the parameters for
acceptance / rejection, the levels of inspection required and the hold points for
Construction Manager or 3rd party inspection.

8.2.2.4 The Inspection and Testing Procedure shall be available to the Construction Manager
for approval prior to commencement of the contract / purchase order. Where the
order has a requirement for a prequalification test, a separate prequalification
Inspection and testing Procedure shall be required.

8.2.2.5 Contractor / Seller shall have available all inspection instruments and calibration
equipment required to comply with the relevant project specification inspection
requirements, and shall ensure the competence of the inspection staff in the use of
such equipment.

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8.2.2.6 Contractor shall investigate process and sign off Non-conformance Reports (NCR)
produced by Construction Managers Inspectors.

8.2.2.7 Seller / Contactor shall complete daily inspection report sheets referenced in the
relevant specifications. Vendor / Contractors own daily inspection report sheets
may be used in lieu of Construction Manager reports provided these have been
reviewed and approved by the Construction Manager.

8.2.2.8 The inspection reports shall be signed off by the Construction Managers inspector.

8.2.2 Construction Managers Shop Inspection

8.2.2.1 Construction Managers Inspectors or 3rd Party Inspectors shall be qualified in the
discipline which applies. In the case of painting, pipe wrapping and internal linings
the inspectors shall have accredited certification from N.A.C.E., BRITISH GAS or
approved alternatives and shall be fully experienced in application of the relevant
systems. Such certification shall be reviewed by Construction Managers coating
specialists.

8.2.2.2 Inspectors shall study the project specifications and be totally familiar with the
inspection requirement in the following tables of this document.

8.2.2.3 Where, in the opinion of the inspector, there is a deviation from the specification or
the testing reveals failure to meet the parameters of the specification, the inspector
shall immediately inform the Contractors/Sellers quality control department
representative and Contractor/Seller shall ensure that non-conforming items are
quarantined.

Only after remedial action and re-inspection has established concurrence with the
specification Inspector shall accept previously nonconforming materials.

If the NCR cannot be cleared to the satisfaction of both parties, the matter shall be
referred to the Construction Managers Specialist Engineer for resolution.

QC Check List as per APPENDIX F to be prepared & maintained from time to time.
9. Preparation for shipment:
All painting & related materials to be used shall be packed in damage free containers
suitably marked with the following minimum information for identification:
a. Name of the manufacturer.

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b. Type of material and product designation.


c. Batch Number
d. Date of Manufacture
e. Shelf Life / Expiry Date
f. Storage Conditions
Material stock code & sap code / material code as mentioned in
g.
purchase order.
Any materials found without above identification markings shall be rejected by
Owner/Owners Representative. Rejected materials shall be promptly removed and
replaced by the contractor. Batch number shall segregate coating materials during
shipment, storage and handling.
Coating materials shall be stored, handled and transported in accordance with the
Manufacturers recommendations. Storage time of materials shall not exceed the
shelf life recommended by the coating manufacturer.
10. Vendor Data Requirement:
The vendor data requirement shall cover the documents to be submitted by a
vendor during the following stages:
Along with the bid (Datasheets to be submitted.)

With the supplied material (Test certificates & storage instructions to be


submitted.)
During training and site services (Training Procedure to be submitted along
with Site Assistance.)
Application Contractor shall prepare an application procedure prior to start of
field activities and submit to Reliance Engineer-in-charge for review and approval
as per this standard specification.

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11. Attachments:
APPENDIX A - Type of Painting / Coating Systems
TYPE DESCRIPTION

01 Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer

Dry film thickness: 65-90 microns

Required surface profile: 50 microns

Maximum temperature
400C
resistances:

Minimum Volume Solids 58 ASTM D2697

1. The product shall conform to SSPC Paint 20 Type 1-C with a zinc dust level
of greater than 70% by weight in the dry film. The zinc dust shall have a
metallic zinc content that meets the requirements of ASTM D-520 Type 1.
Random sample for zinc dust content to be checked at site/lab.
High Temperature Silicone
02
Acrylic

Dry film thickness: 40-65 microns

Clean, dry inorganic zinc primer


Required surface preparation:
(type 01)
Maximum temperature
200oC
resistances:

Minimum Volume Solids: 37 ASTM D2697

High Temperature Silicone


03
Aluminium

Dry film thickness: 25-40 microns

Clean, dry inorganic zinc primer


Required surface preparation:
(type 01)
Maximum temperature
600oC
resistances:

Minimum Volume Solids: 49 ASTM D2697

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1. These materials must generally be exposed to 175oC or higher to fully


cure. Coating must be capable of curing to handle at ambient
temperature.

04 Zinc Rich Epoxy Primer

Dry film thickness: 75-125 microns

Required surface profile: 25-35 microns

Maximum temperature
120 oC
resistances:

Minimum Volume Solids: 59 ASTM D2697

Note - The product shall contain zinc dust level of minimum 80% by weight in
the dry film. Random sample for zinc dust content to be checked at site/lab.
High Build MIO Epoxy
05
Intermediate

Dry film thickness: 100-150 microns

Required surface preparation: Clean, dry epoxy primer (type 04)

Maximum temperature
120oC
resistance:

Minimum Volume Solids 55ASTM D2697

The quantity of MIO in the main pigment shall be 80% by weight.

06 Aliphatic Urethane Finish

Dry film thickness: 40-75 microns

Clean, dry epoxy intermediate


Required surface preparation
(type 05)
Maximum temperature
120oC
resistance
Minimum Volume Solids 60 ASTM D2697
"Zinc Free" High Temperature
07
Air Curing Finish Coat

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Dry film thickness: 100-125 microns

Required surface preparation Clean, dry, and salt free

Maximum temperature
400OC
resistance
High Build Epoxy for Stainless
08
Steel

Dry film thickness: 75-125 microns

Sweep blast with aluminium


Required surface profile:
oxide as per SSPC-SP16

09 Coal Tar Epoxy

Dry film thickness: 150-200 microns

Required surface profile: 75 microns

10 Amine Adduct Cured Epoxy

Dry film thickness: 100-150 microns

Required surface profile: 50 microns

11 Inorganic sealer top coat 50 microns

Wet film thickness:: 50 microns

10 microns RELIANCE
Dry film thickness APPROVAL
(min)
REQUIRED
Maximum temperature
600 C
resistance:
6% ASTM
Minimum volume solids:
D2697

12 Polysiloxane high heat coating


RELIANCE
Dry film thickness 75 microns APPROVAL
REQUIRED
Maximum temperature
600 C
resistance:

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64% ASTM
Minimum volume solids:
D2697

13 Inorganic Zinc

Pre. Construction Primer

Dry Film Thickness 15-20 microns

Maximum temperature
400 C
resistance:
Synthetic Enamel (Suitable for over coating primer
14
types 01 and finish coat 16)

Dry film thickness 50-75 microns

Minimum Volume solids 40% ASTM D2697

15 Epoxy Finish Coat

Dry film thickness: 100-150 microns

Minimum Volume solids: 45 ASTM D2697

16 High Build Epoxy Intermediate

Dry film thickness 100-150 microns

Minimum Volume solids: 55 ASTM D2697

High Build Epoxy surface tolerant


17
paint for CS surface

Dry film thickness: 100-150 microns

Minimum Volume solids: 55 ASTM D2697

18 HB Epoxy Phenolic

Required surface profile 50-80 microns

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Minimum Volume solids 65% ASTM D2697

Dry film thickness 100-150 microns/coat

Maximum temperature
150C
resistance

19 Glass Flake Vinyl Ester

Required surface profile 75-100 microns

Minimum Volume solids 85% ASTM D2697

Dry film thickness 600-800 microns

Maximum temperature
95C (wet & immersion)
resistance
High Temperature Epoxy
20
Novolac

Required surface profile 50-80 microns

Minimum Volume solids 65% ASTM D2697

Dry film thickness 100-150 microns

Temperature resistance -196C to 230C

Ultra High Solids Solvent Free


21a
Epoxy

Required surface profile 50-90 microns

Minimum Volume solids 98%

Dry film thickness 800- 1200 microns

Maximum temperature 95C


resistance

Ultra High Solids Solvent Free


21b
Epoxy

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Required surface profile 50-90 microns

Minimum Volume solids 98%

Dry film thickness 800- 1200 microns

Maximum temperature 150C


resistance

22 High Solids Modified Epoxy

Required surface profile 50-75 microns

Minimum Volume solids 85%

Dry film thickness 350-500 microns

Maximum temperature
120C
resistance
High temperature high build
inert multipolymeric matrix
23
coating or inorganic copolymer
with aluminum flakes.

Required surface profile 50 -75 microns

Dry film thickness 125-150 microns

Temperature resistance -185 to 650C

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APPENDIX B - List of Approved Paint / Coating Systems


Type VENDORS

KANSAI
CARBOLINE INTERNATIONAL PPG AMERON BERGER ASIAN PPG CHUGOKU HEMPEL JOTUN SHALIMAR -
NEROLAC

Zinc Anode GALBON S Galvosil Tuffkote Zilicate M


1 Carbozinc 12 Interzinc 12 Dimetcote 9 FT APCOSIL 605 Nerosil 118 Resist 78 -
11 HB 100PZ 15790 Z

Carboline Acrysil HR Nerotherm 400


2 Intertherm 875 Amercoat 891 Lumeros 37 - - -
1248 finish SI Aluminium

Carboline Lumeros HR Apcotherm HR


3 Intertherm 50 Amercoat 878 Nerotherm 538 - - -
4674 600 600

Epilux HB ZR Hempadur Epigard RC HB


4 -- Interzinc 52 -- Asian EZRP - - Barrier 80 -
Primer Zinc 17360 Zinch Rich Primer

Epilux 155HB Hempadur Penguard


Carboline HB Amercoat 383 Neropoxy 266
5 Intergard 475 HS (RPL MIO) Apcodur MIO Epicon F-HB Mastic Midcoat Epigard HB MIO -
190 M10 M10 (I) MIO
(Note 3) 47550 MIO 80

Bergerthane Hempathan
Apcothane HBPU Hardtop Shalithane HB
6 - Interthane 138 Amercoat 450 SA 41 SG PU - Unymarine HS e Topcoat -
Finish XP Finish
Finish 55190

Apcotherm HR Jotatemp
7 - Intertherm 1181 Amercoat 741 - - - - - -
Finish 650

Carbomastic
8 Interseal 670 HS Amerlock 400 - Rust-O-Cap Neromastic 400 - - - - -
15

Carbomastic Epilux 555 Neropoxy HB


9 Interzone 954 Amercoat 78 HB Apcodur CF655 - - - - -
14 HB Coal Tar

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Epilux 78
Carboline Apcodur CF699
10 Interline 850 Amercoat 90 HBTL (Note Neropoxy 62 TL - - - - -
187 (Note 1) (Note 4)
2)

11 RELIANCE APPROVAL REQUIRED

12 RELIANCE APPROVAL REQUIRED

Carboweld Zinc Anode


13 Interplate 11 Dimetcote DSP Apcocil-611 - - - - - -
11HS SP2

Synthetic -
14 Epilux 4 HB - - - - - -
Enamel

Epilux HB
High Build
15 Epoxy INT Asian HBEC - - - - - -
Epoxy Finish
CTG

16 High Build Epoxy Intermediate Paint Asian HBEC - - - - - -

High Build
Epoxy
surface Protectomas
17 Interseal 547 - Rust o cap LX - - - - - -
tolerant tic
Paint for CS
surface

Epilux 9 HB -
Apcoguard CF
18 - Interseal 981 Phenolic - - - - Epigard TL 543 HS
707 F
Coating

Corrocoat Polyglass VEF Glass Flake Vinyl Ester. To be applied in accordance with Corrocoat Instructions.
19 (Or)
International Paints Interline 955 Glass Flake Vinyl Ester. Note This has a temperature limit of 90C.

Thermaline Sigmatherm 230 -


Epilux CUI Hempadur
20 450 Intertherm 228 PPG Amercoat 253 / Apcotherm EPN - Epicon T 800 - -
Coating 85761
NOVOLAC 200

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21 Refer J3 Standard Specification 10080-1-SS-PP-012 / 032

Epilux WR
Interzone 954 APCOTIDE 1000
22 - - Superbuild - - - - - -
(Note 5) (Note 5)
(Note 5)

Intertherm 751 Lumerous IC


23 - Hi Temp 1027 - - - - - - -
CSA HR 650

Note
For potable water service, Carboline 891 shall be used in lieu of Carboline 187.
1

Note
After complete cure the coating shall be thoroughly rinsed with potable water prior to being placed in service.
2

Note
Epilux 155 HB MIO shall be RPL grade only. Standard material shall NOT be used.
3

Note
Apcodur CF699 is approved for all services except POTABLE WATER.
4

Note
Type 22 is approved for carbon steel within 50 meters of cooling towers.
5

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APPENDIX C - Schedules of Painting


"C" Painting Schedule
Columns/Pressure Vessels Exchangers/Heaters
SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING

CODE DESCRIPTION SURFACE PREP FIRST COAT INTERMEDIATE COAT FINISH COAT TOTAL REMARKS
TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE DFT
DONE APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED
MICRONS
Ca1 To be insulated or fireproofed. SA 2 Shop 20 Shop N/A N/A 20 Shop 200-300
Operating temp from (-)45C to
175C.
Ca2 To be insulated or fireproofed. SA 2 Shop 01 Shop N/A N/A 07 Shop 165-215
Operating temp from 176C to
400C.
Cb Uninsulated up to 120o C and SA2 Shop 04 Shop 05 Shop 06 Shop 215-350
non fireproofed vessels skirts.

Cc Uninsulated 121oC to 175oC SA 2 Shop 01 Shop 02 Shop 02 Shop 145-210 l. Primed surface to be free of
zinc salts to finish coating.

Cd Uninsulated 176 to 400 oC SA 2 Shop 01 Shop 03 Field 03 Field 115-170 l. As "Cc" .above notes.
Finish coat 03 may not fully cure
until equipment is in service.

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Ce Ladders, platforms including SA2 Hot dip galvanise to ISO 1461. Min. coating WT 610 grams/m2 Where not galvanized, use
framing and steel support other system Cb.
than vessel clips, handrails, stair
treads, open grid flooring, toe
boards, floor plates
Cf Insulated & Uninsulated SSPC SP 16 Shop 20 Shop N/A N/A 20 Shop 200-300 Surface to be blast cleaned with
Austenitic stainless steel. Vasilgrit or other suitable
Operating between 50C and175 Aluminium oxide abrasive.
o
C.

Cg

Deleted

Ch Stair treads, open grid flooring, SA2 Hot dip galvanise to ISO 1461. Min. coating WT 610 grams/m2
steel gratings.

Ci1 Direct buried vessels up to 150 SA2 Shop 21a/21b Shop N/A N/A 21a/21b Shop / 800-1200 Ref std.spec. 10080-1-SS-PP-
deg.C (Note 1) Field 021 / 032.
Ci2 Direct buried vessels from 151 to SA2 Shop 01 Shop N/A N/A 07 Shop / 165-215
400oC - Note 1. Field
Cj1 All insulated vessels operating SA 2 Shop 03 Shop N/A N/A 03 Shop 50-80
above 400oC
Cj2 All uninsulated vessels operating SA 2 Shop 03 Shop N/A N/A 03 Shop 50-80
above 400oC
Note 1. This system will only be used in tandem with cathodic protection.

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"F" Painting Schedule

Tankage

SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING


CODE DESCRIPTION SURFACE PREP FIRST COAT INTERMEDIATE COAT FINISH COAT TOTAL REMARKS
TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE DFT
DONE APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED
MICRONS
Fa1 External surface of field SA 2 Field 20 Field N/A N/A 20 Field 200-300
fabricated tanks Insulated &
operating from (-)45C up to
175C.
Fa2 External surface of field N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A No Painting required for field
fabricated tanks Insulated & fabricated tanks. Shop
operating above 175C. fabricated tanks to be shop
painted with code Ca2.
Fb External SA 2 Field 01 Field 05 Field 06 Field 215-350 Where prep. Is carried out in a
shop or offsite it is mandatory
Uninsulated up to 120oC that the painting to be carried
out at the same location.

Fc External SA 2 Field 01 Field N/A N/A 02 Field 105-135 Primed surface to be free of
zinc salts prior to finish coating.
Uninsulated 121oC to 175oC Shop built tanks will be shop
painted.
Fd Internal SA 2 Field 10 Field 10 Field 10 Field 240-450 Drinking water grade, approved
National Water Council
Potable Water Certificate required. Shop built
tanks will be shop painted.
Fe Internal SA 2 Field 10 Field N/A N/A 10 Field 300-200 Shop built tanks will be shop
Industrial Water Ballast Water painted.
Slop Water
Demineralised Water

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Ff Internal SA 2 Field 10 Field 10 Field 10 Field 200-300 This system for corrosive
service only.
Gasoline or Oil Tanks
Shop built tanks will be shop
painted.
Fg External SA 2 Field 09 Field N/A N/A N/A N/A 150-200 A strip 75mm wide at plate
edge shall be left bare to avoid
Underside of all Tanks welding contamination.
Fh External insulated Austenitic SSPC SP 16 Shop 20 Shop N/A N/A 20 Shop 200-300 No Painting Required for
stainless steel operating from External uninsulated Austenitic
50C to 175 oC. stainless steel operating from
ambient to 175 oC.

Fi

Deleted

Fj Internal - SA 2 Field 18 Field 18 Field 18 Field 300-375

Condensate Tanks
Fk Tank bottom plate SA 2 Field 10 Field 10 Field 10 Field 200-300 Shop built tanks will be shop
painted.

Note 1: Tankage within the Tank Farms that are designated Code Fb shall be camouflaged, Type 06 paint shall be low gloss or Matt
finish.

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"G" Painting Schedule

Rotating Equipment (Including Pumps, Compressors, Fans, Motors, etc.)

SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING


CODE DESCRIPTION SURFACE PREP FIRST COAT INTERMEDIATE COAT FINISH COAT TOTAL REMARKS
TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE DFT
DONE APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED
MICRONS
Ga External 1. ALL EXCEPT Gb AS FOR CODES Ca TO Cg Total system to be shop
2. Machinery and drivers, instruments and associated valves may be finish coated with manufacturers standard coating systems. applied.
Note This standard will be subject to Owner approval.
Manufacturers should notify details of the proposed paints systems to facilitate repair and maintenance. The system must be capable of
withstanding the environmental conditions for a period of 5 years to Re 3 on the European scale of degree of rusting.

Gb Moving PARTS As for systems Cb with the exception that surface preparation will be to Standard St. 3. Total system to be shop
applied

Gc Austenitic stainless steel Refer to Codes Cf and Cg.

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"J" Painting Schedule

Instrumentation Equipment

SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING

CODE DESCRIPTION SURFACE PREP FIRST COAT INTERMEDIATE COAT FINISH COAT TOTAL REMARKS
TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE DFT
DONE APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED
MICRONS
Ja Housing and SA 2 Shop 04 Shop 05 Shop or Field 06 Shop or Field 215-350 Housings to be finished coated in
Equipment sellers works.
Supports

Jb Control panels This equipment shall have its surface prepared, primed and finished in accordance with manufacturers standards. Note This Standard All panels must display a smooth
will be subject to Owner approval. The system must be capable of withstanding the environmental conditions for a period of 5 years to finish appearance. Hammered or
Re 3 on the European scale of degree of rusting. stippled etc., are not acceptable.

Jc Austenitic Refer to codes Cf and Cg.


stainless steel

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"L" Painting Schedule

Piping, Valves and Fittings

SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING

CODE DESCRIPTION SURFACE PREP FIRST COAT INTERMEDIATE COAT FINISH COAT TOTAL REMARKS
TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE DFT
DONE APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED
MICRONS
o
La All carbon steel piping up to 400 C. SA 2 Shop or Field 01 Shop or Field N/A N/A 07 Shop or Field 165-215 Primed surface to be free of zinc salts
prior to finish coating.
Ref. Note 4
La1 Carbon steel piping above 60oC and Refer to Code La Area exposed to atmosphere in case of
below 120oC (uninsulated). PP insulation.
Lb CS Systems up to 120oC that require SA 2 Shop 01 Shop 05 Shop or Field 06 Shop/Field 205-315 e.g. firewater piping
COLOUR coating.
Lb1 CS Systems above 60oC and below Refer to Code La Area exposed to atmosphere in case of
120oC (Uninsulated). PP insulation.
Lc a) C/s Piping up to 60oC. Refer to Code La
o
b) Flare system up to 60 C.
La2 CS Systems above 120oC but less Refer to Code La Area exposed to atmosphere in case of
than 200oC. PP insulation.
Lb2 CS Systems above 120oC and below Refer to Code La Area exposed to atmosphere in case of
200oC (Uninsulated). PP insulation.
La3 & Lb3 CS Systems above 200oC Refer to Code La Area exposed to atmosphere in case of
(Uninsulated). PP insulation.
Ld1 & Lh/1 Insulated Piping operating from SA 2 Shop or Field 20 Shop or Field N/A N/A 20 Shop or Field 200-300 Ref. Note 4
(-) 45C to 175oC.
Ld2 & Lh/2 Hot/Insulated Piping >175oC. Refer to Code La

Le Austenitic stainless steel insulated & SSPC SP Shop or Field 20 Shop or Field N/A N/A 20 Shop or Field 200-300 Refer clause 2.4.
uninsulated oper. between 50C to 16
175oC.

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Lf
Deleted

Lg/1 Closed drain buried piping operating SA 2 Shop or Field Refer Note 1 and Note 2
up to 95 oC.
Lg/2 Buried Piping Operating from 96oC. SA 2 Shop or Field Refer Note 1 and Note 2
to 150 deg.C
Note The coating system for Off the Shelf valves could be manufacturers standards subject to Owner approval. The system must
be capable of withstanding the environmental conditions for a period of 5 years to Re 3 on the European scale of degree of
rusting.
Lj Carbon Steel Piping Operating SA 2 Shop or Field 03 Shop or Field 03 Shop or Field 03 Shop or Field 75-120 Ref. Note 3
between 400oC and 600oC

NOTES

Note 1: It is mandatory that this system is protected by cathodic protection.

Note 2: External Surface Protection by Ultra High Solids Epoxy coating Refer to J3 project specification - 10080-1-SS-PP-021 / 032.

Note 3: The finish coat must be applied after the pipe has been installed. Handling and installation damage to the first coat must be made good prior to applying the finish coat

Note 4: For all LTCS piping Pink colour (IS 444) to apply on top coat for avoiding mixing up with other C S / A S materials.

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"M" Painting Schedule

Structural Steelwork and Concrete

SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING

CODE DESCRIPTION SURFACE PREP FIRST COAT INTERMEDIATE COAT FINISH COAT TOTAL REMARKS

TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE DFT


DONE APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED
MICRONS
Ma General not concrete encased SA 2 Shop 01 Shop 05 Shop 06 Shop 205-315 1. Primed surface to be free of
zinc salts prior to subsequent
coats being applied.
2. Intermediate coat to be
applied as mist prior to full HB
Mb General concrete encased SA 2 Shop 01 Shop N/A N/A 07 Field or Shop* 165-215 coat.surface to be free of zinc
Primed
salts prior to subsequent coats
Mc Ladders, Handrails, Toe Boards, Platforms SA 2 Shop 01 Shop 05 Shop 06 Shop 205-315 being
Whereapplied.
not galvanized.
including framing and steel supports.
Md Stair treads, open grid flooring, steel gratings SA 2 Hot dip galvanise to ISO 1461. Min. coating WT 610 grams/m2

Me Structural steel protection with lightweight Painting requirement shall be as recommended by Fireproofing Vendor for Fireproofing of Structural Steelwork, Vessel Support and
fireproofing. Emergency Shut-Down Elements

* Where fireproofing is installed away from the jobsite, the paint coating over the steelwork will also be applied at the same
location.

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"P" Painting Schedule

Electrical Equipment

SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING

CODE DESCRIPTION SURFACE PREP FIRST COAT INTERMEDIATE COAT FINISH COAT TOTAL REMARKS
TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE DFT
DONE APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED
MICRONS
Pa Motors, Switchgear, Std This equipment shall be prepared, primed and finished in accordance with manufacturers Standards. The system Manufacturers Standard will be subject to Reliance
Equipment must be capable of withstanding the environment conditions for period of 5 years to Re 3 on the European scale of approval.
degree of rusting.

JUNCTION BOXES

Pb Equipment Support SA 2 Shop 04 Shop 05 Shop or Field 06 Shop or Field 215-350 Shop fabricated supports will be painted in the shop.
MOTOR CONTROL STATIONS

Pc Austenitic stainless steel Refer to Codes Cf and Cg.

Pd CABLE TRAY AND LADDER RACK SA 2


HOT DIP GALVANISED TO ISO 1461
(MINIMUM COATING THICK, AS DETAILED ISO 1461 PER STEEL SECTION)

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"Q" Painting Schedule

Structural Steelwork, Piping, Vessels & other carbon steel surfaces within 50 meters radius from Cooling Tower periphery.

SURFACE PREPARATION &


PAINTING

CODE DESCRIPTION SURFACE PREP FIRST COAT INTERMEDIATE FINISH COAT TOTAL REMARKS
COAT
TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE DFT
DONE APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED
MICRONS
Qa1 Uninsulated Structural Steelwork, Piping, Vessels & other carbon steel SA 2 Shop 01 Shop 22 Shop 06 Shop 455-665 ALL sharp edges including foundation bolts
surfaces within 50 meters radius from Cooling Tower periphery & nuts shall be ground to minimum 2 mm
radius and stripe coated with intermediate
coat prior to application of full
intermediate coat.

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"R" Painting Schedule

Field Welds & Touch-Up

SURFACE PREPARATION &


PAINTING

CODE DESCRIPTION SURFACE PREP FIRST COAT INTERMEDIATE FINISH COAT TOTAL REMARKS
COAT
TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE TYPE WHERE DFT
DONE APPLIED APPLIED APPLIED
MICRONS
Ra Uninsulated carbon steel vessels, heaters, exchangers, etc. operating Sa 2.5 / Field 04 Field 05 Field 06 Field 215-350 When abrasive blasting or preparation
temp from (-)45C to 120C.(Including structural steel) SP 11 with MBX Bristle Blaster are not possible,
then type 17 paint at 100-150 microns DFT
may be substituted for type 04 paint.

Rb Uninsulated carbon steel vessels, heaters, exchangers, etc. operating Sa 2.5 / Field 01 Field 02 Field 02 Field 145-220 When abrasive blasting is not possible,
temp from 121C to 175C. SP 11 then type 23 paint at 125-150 microns DFT
may be substituted for type 01 paint. Type
02 coating applied over Type 23 Hi-Temp
and Jotun paint shall be as supplied by Hi-
Temp Coatings.
Rc Uninsulated carbon steel vessels, heaters, exchangers, etc. operating Sa 2.5 / Field 01 Field 03 Field 03 Field 115-170 When abrasive blasting is not possible,
temp from 176C to 400C. SP 11 then type 23 paint at 125-150 microns DFT
may be substituted for type 01 paint. Type
03 coating applied over Type 23Hi-Temp
and Jotun paint shall be as supplied by Hi-
Temp Coatings. .
Rd Insulated carbon steel vessels, heaters, exchangers, etc. operating Sa 2.5 / Field 20 Field N/A N/A 20 Field 200-300
temp from (-)45C to 175C. SP 11

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Re Insulated carbon steel vessels, heaters, exchangers, etc. operating Sa 2.5 / Field 01 Field N/A N/A 07 Field 165-215 When abrasive blasting is not possible,
temp from 176C to 400C. SP 11 then two coats of type 23 paint at 125-150
microns DFT per coat may be substituted
for type 01 & 07 paint.

Rf Uninsulated carbon steel pipes, valves, fittings & flanges operating Sa 2.5 / Field 01 Field N/A N/A 07 Field 165-215 When abrasive blasting is not possible,
from ambient to 400C. SP 11 then two coats of type 23 paint at 125-150
microns DFT per coat may be substituted
for type 01 & 07 paint.

Rg Uninsulated carbon steel pipes, valves, fittings & flanges requiring Sa 2.5 / Field 04 Field 05 Field 06 Field 215-350 When abrasive blasting or preparation
colour in top coat and operating from ambient to 120C.(including SP 11 with MBX Bristle Blaster are not possible,
structural steel) then type 17 paint at 100-150 microns DFT
may be substituted for type 04 paint.

Rh Insulated carbon steel pipes, valves, fittings & flanges operating from Sa 2.5 / Field 20 Field N/A N/A 20 Field 200-300
(-)45C to 175C. SP 11

Ri Insulated carbon steel pipes, valves, fittings & flanges operating from Sa 2.5 / Field 01 Field N/A N/A 07 Field 165-215 When abrasive blasting is not possible,
176C to 400C. SP 11 then two coats of type 23 paint at 125-150
microns DFT per coat may be substituted
for type 01 & 07 paint.

Rj Insulated & uninsulated Austenitic stainless steel vessels, exchangers, SP 16 Field 20 Field N/A N/A 20 Field 200-300
etc. operating from 50C to 175C.

Rk Deleted

Rl Insulated & uninsulated Austenitic stainless steel pipes, valves, fittings SP 16 Field 20 Field N/A N/A 20 Field 200-300
& flanges operating from 50C to 175C.

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Rm Deleted

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Standard Specification Date: 29/07/2012, Rev. 2

APPENDIX D - Colour Equivalent Standards

EQUIVALENT COLOR CODE FOR PAINTS **

SI.No SHADE NAME BS 4800 IS CODE I BERGER

1 CHARCOAL/CHAR. GREY 00-A-13 IS 671


2 BLACK 00-E-53
3 WHITE 00-E-55
4 RED PURPLE 02-C-33 BERGER-589
5 SALMON PINK/PINK 04-C-33 BERGER-435
6 CRIMSON 04-D-45 IS 540
7 FIRE RED 04-E-53 1S 536
8 BROWN 06-C-39 IS 415
9 ORANGE 06-E-51 IS 557
10 CREAM 08-C-31 IS 442
11 YELLOW 08-C-35 IS 361
12 YELLOW 08-E-51 IS 356
13 LT. GREY 10-A-03 IS 631
14 CREAM 10-B-15 BERGER-095
15 BEIGE 10-B-17 IS 364
16 YELLOW 10-C-33 IS 352
17 YELLOW 10-D-45 IS 222
18 YELLOW 10-E-49 IS 365
19 GREEN YELLOW/LT. GREEN 12-C-33 IS 216
20 GREEN YELLOW 12-D-43 IS 278
21 GREEN 12-D-45 IS 219
22 GREEN YELLOW 12-E-51 IS 354
23 GOLD YELLOW 12-E-53 IS 218
24 PALE GREEN 14-C-31 IS 275
25 GREEN/DARK GREEN 14-C-39 IS 226

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26 GREEN 14-E-51 IS 280


27 EMERALD GREEN 14-E-53 IS 299
28 SEA GREEN 16-C-37 IS 102
29 SKY BLUE 18-E-53 IS 177
30 BLUE 18-E-53 IS 176
31 PURPLE BLUE 20-C-51 IS 166
32 LT. BLUE 20-E-51 BERGER-134
33 VIOLET 22-C-37 BERGER-712
34 VIOLET 22-D-45 IS 108
35 PURPLE 24-C-33 BERGER-728
36 PURPLE 24-C-39 IS 796
37 CANARY YELLOW IS 309

** SORTED BASED ON BS COLOUR CODE NUMBER

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APPENDIX E - SURFACE PREPARATION AND COATING INSPECTION FORM

PAGE _____________ OF ______________________________

REPORT NO:________________________________________ DATE:______________________________________________

PROJECT:__________________________________________ DAY:_______________________________________________
SUBCONTRACTOR:__________________________________ SHIFT:______________________________________________
EQUIPMENT AREA:__________________________________ INSPECTOR:__________________________________________
SUBSTRATE: STEEL /CONCRETE/OTHER___________ COATING/SPEC. NO/REV:_________________________________
ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

COATING WORK ACTIVITY

TIME

DRY BULB TEMP. OC

WET BULB TEMP. OC

RELATIVE HUMIDITY %

DEW POINT OC

SURFACE TEMP. OC

BLOTTER TEST

PRE-SURFACE PREPARATION
SP-1:________________________________________ MASKING/PROTECTION:__________________________________
SURFACE DEFECTS:_______________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________
SURFACE PREPARATION
METHOD ______________________________________________________________________________________________
ABRASIVE TYPE/SIZE/STORAGE _____________________________________________________________________________
CLEANLINESS SPEC:_____________________________________________ ACTUAL: _______________________________
PROFILE SPEC:__________________________________________________ ACTUAL: _______________________________
EQUIPMENT: ______________________________________________________________________________________________
COATING MATERIALS AND MIXING
PRODUCTS:_______________________________________________________________________________________________

BATCH NO(S)/QUANTITIES/EXPIRATION DATE:__________________________________________________________________


THINNERS/BATCH NO(S) THINNING RATIO:_____________________________________________________________________
STORAGE:_________________________________________________________________________________________________
MIXING:____________________________ INDUCTION TIME: _______________________
MATERIAL TEMPERATURE:________________________________________ POT LIFE EXPIRATION TIME:________________

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COATING/LINING APPLICATION: START TIME:______________ FINISH TIME:______________________________


COAT:_PRIMER/PRIMER T.U. / SECOND / SECOND T.U. / THIRD / THIRD T.U. / OTHER_________________________________
METHOD:_____________________________________________________ WFT:__________________________________
RECOAT TIME/TEMP:___________________________________________ CURE TIME/TEMP:_______________________
EQUIPMENT:_______________________________________________________________________________________________
APPLIED COATING
VISUAL INSPECTION (FILM IMPERFECTIONS):__________________________________________________________________

DRY FILM THICKNESS: SPEC:____________ ACTUAL:__________ METHOD:________________________________

HOLIDAY TEST_________________________________________________ METHOD:________________________________

OTHER TESTING:_______________________________________________ METHOD:________________________________

TOUCH UP AND REPAIR:_________________________________________ METHOD:________________________________

COMMENTS: INSPECTORS SIGNATURE:

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APPENDIX F - QC Check List

INSPECTION & TESTING OWNERS


CONTRACTOR / SELLER
REQUIREMENT REPRESENTATIVE

TESTING
HOLD WITNESS MONITOR
FREQUENCY
MATERIALS

Batch number Each Batch

Date of manufacturer

Shelf life

P.O. Approved materials

Data / Application sheets

Safety sheets

Storage conditions

Zinc dust content in Dry film


for IOZ and ZRE (Type 1and 4)

paints to be checked at
site/lab. (1 sample per batch).

APPLICATION

a) Atmospheric Conditions

Dry bulb temperature Every 4 hours

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INSPECTION & TESTING OWNERS


CONTRACTOR / SELLER
REQUIREMENT REPRESENTATIVE

TESTING
HOLD WITNESS MONITOR
FREQUENCY

Wet bulb temperature Every 4 hours

% Humidity Every 4 hours

Every 4 hours
Dew point
Every 4 hours
Steel temperature

b) Surface Preparation

Check for oil and grease etc.



on steel surface (visual)

Check blast medium for


quality & signs of Start of shift
contamination.

Start of shift,
every 4 hours
thereafter and
Check blast equipment for air
after any
contamination. (Water/Oil)
interruption of
compressor
operation.

Salt contamination test (SCM


Start of shift
400) <5g/cm2

Visual check of blast surface

i) Cleanliness

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CONTRACTOR / SELLER
REQUIREMENT REPRESENTATIVE

TESTING
HOLD WITNESS MONITOR
FREQUENCY

ii) Blast profile

iii) Suitable edge preparation (no



sharp corners).

iv) Suitable weld preparation.

Removal and repair of surface


laminations, weld spatter, All surfaces
etc.

c) Primer Applications

Check cleanliness of blasted All surfaces



surface

Mixing procedure (power All surfaces



stirrer)

Spray application procedure All surfaces



(airless or conventional)

Brush application of stripe All surfaces



coats at welds, edges etc.

Wet film thickness checks All surfaces

Dry film thickness checks All surfaces

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INSPECTION & TESTING OWNERS


CONTRACTOR / SELLER
REQUIREMENT REPRESENTATIVE

TESTING
HOLD WITNESS MONITOR
FREQUENCY

Visual inspection of primed surfaces



surface (runs, sags, dirt, etc.)

Adhesion test (cross hatch) Once per shift

c) Intermediate / Topcoat
Application

Confirm primer over coating



time

Check for salt contamination



(field applied coatings)

Fresh water washing (if



required)

Paint mixing (application


sheets)

Wet film thickness check

Dry film thickness check (total



for number of coats applied)

Visual inspection of finished


application

c) Inspection / QC

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INSPECTION & TESTING OWNERS


CONTRACTOR / SELLER
REQUIREMENT REPRESENTATIVE

TESTING
HOLD WITNESS MONITOR
FREQUENCY

Check daily quality control Daily



sheets completed correctly

Sign off QC Documentation

c) Safety

Prior to daily
Blast equipment earthing production

Spray equipment earthing

Protective equipment

supplied to personnel

Storage of solvents / paints

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