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PAINTING SYSTEM (AG&P)

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Expansion Project

PAINTING SYSTEM (AG&P)

PROJECT NAME : JG Summit Stage 1 Expansion Project

PROJECT NO. : A7LZ

OWNER : JG SUMMIT OLEFINS CORPORATION

CONTRACTOR : VENTANAS PHILIPPINES CONSTRUCTION INC.

LOCATION : Barangay Simlong, Batangas City

DOCUMENT NO. : A4-JGS1EP-EPC1-QP-009

B 2 Feb 19 Issued for Review MJL SNK SWL

A 4 Dec 18 Issued for Review MJL SNK SWL


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Surface Preparation and Coating Application Procedure For JG Summit
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Document no: A4-JGS1EP-EPC1-QP-009


AGP-18059-P-P-91-0001.00, Rev. F

Document title: Surface Preparation and Coating Application Procedure For JG


Summit Stage 1 Expansion Project Package 1 (Naphtha
Cracking Expansion)

Originator: Fabrication

REVISION HISTORY

Rev. Description Prepared by Reviewed by

A Issue for Review


MA Hiwatig MD Aquiatan
B Incorporated Customer Comments
MA Hiwatig MD Aquiatan
C Incorporated Customer Comments
MA Hiwatig MD Aquiatan
D Incorporated Customer Comments
MA Hiwatig MD Aquiatan
E Incorporated Customer Comments
MA Hiwatig MD Aquiatan
F Incorporated Customer Comments
MA Hiwatig MD Aquiatan

G Incorporated Customer Comments


MA Hiwatig MD Aquiatan

Batangas Heavy Fabrication, Yard 1, San Roque, Bauan, Batangas 4201, Philippines
Phone: +63 (43) 740 5800 l www.agp.ph

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. Objective ................................................................................................................... 4
2. Scope ........................................................................................................................ 4
3. References ................................................................................................................ 4
4. Definitions ................................................................................................................. 5
5. Responsibilities ......................................................................................................... 6
6. Tools and Equipment................................................................................................. 6
7. Procedure.................................................................................................................. 6
7.1. Pre-Surface Preparation ..................................................................................... 6
7.2. Surface Preparation Medium and Equipment ...................................................... 7
7.3. Measurement of Ambient Condition .................................................................... 8
7.4. Spray Application Equipment .............................................................................. 8
7.5. General Painting Requirements .......................................................................... 8
7.6. Surface Preparation ........................................................................................... 9
7.7. Coating Materials, Mixing and Thinning ............................................................ 10
7.8. Coating Application ........................................................................................... 11
7.9. Inspection and Testing .................................................................... ………….. 16
7.10. Coating Repairs ……………………………………………………………………. 16
7.11. Documentation ……………………………………………………………………... 17
8. Appendices ............................................................................................................. 17
8.1. Appendix A – Product Turn Over Sheet ............................................................ 18
8.2. Appendix B - Painting Inspection Report ......................................................... 19
8.3. Appendix C - Daily Accomplishment Report .................................................... 20
8.4. Appendix D - Material/Finished Handover Report (For Packaging) .................. 21
8.5. Appendix E - Jotun Paint Specifications (Product Data Sheets) ...................... 22

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1. Objective

To establish guidelines for the surface preparation and coating application with all the
requirements of the applicable codes and standards and project specification.

2. Scope

This procedure covers surface preparation and coating application for JG Summit Stage 1
Expansion Project Package 1 (Naphtha Cracking Expansion)

3. References

Codes, Standards, Legal and Other Regulations


Reference Title Description

ISO 9001 : 2015 Quality Management System Requirement

Preparation of Steel Substrates before Application of


ISO 8504-3 paints and related products. Surface Preparation
Methods – Part 3: Hand and Power Tool Cleaning.
Standard Test Method for Indicating Oil or Water In
ASTM D4285 Compressed Air

SSPC-AB 2 Cleanliness of Recycled Ferrous Metallic Abrasives

Newly Manufacturer or Re-Manufactured Steel


SSPC-AB 3
Abrasives
Preparation of steel substrates before application of
paints and related products – Test for the assessment of
ISO 8502-6
surface cleanliness – Part 6: Extraction of Soluble
contaminants for analysis – The Brestle Method
Preparation of Steel subtracts before application of
paints and related products-Group B: Methods for the
ISO 8502-9 assessment of surface cleanliness Part B9: Field
method for the Conduct metric determination of water-
soluble salts.
SSPC-SP 1 Solvent Cleaning
SSPC-SP 10 Near-White Metal Blast Cleaning
Brush-Off Blast Cleaning of Coated and Uncoated
SSPC-SP 16 Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steels, and Non-Ferrous
Metals
SSPC-PA 1 Shop, Field and Maintenance Painting

Polyethylene Coating of Steel Pipes and Fitting;


DIN 30670
Requirements and Testing

Preparation of Steel Substrates Before Application of


SIS 055900
Paints and Related Products

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Standard Test Method for Pull-off Strength of Coatings


ASTM D4541
Using Portable Adhesion Testers

Project Specifications
Document No. Document Title

A4-JGS1EP-ES-55-009 Painting Specification

A4-JGS1EP-EPC1-GS-80-009 Field Inspection and Test Procedure/Plan

QMS Documents
Document No. Document Title

AGP-00000-P-K-12-0002.00 Qualification, Certification and Monitoring of Paint/


Coating Applicators

4. Definitions

Project – Naphtha Cracker Expansion for the JG Summit Stage 1 Expansion Project

Owner – JG Summit Olefins Corporation (JGSOC)

Contractor – POSCO Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd. And/or Ventanas Philippines Inc.
Philippines

Subcontractor – Atlantic Gulf and Pacific Company of Manila Inc.

Abrasive Blast Cleaning - The impingement of high kinetic energy stream of blast cleaning
abrasive onto the surface to be prepared.

Anchor profile – The contour of a blast-cleaned surface on a plane perpendicular to the


surface. It is also known as surface profile.

Coat - One full layer of the specified material applied to the specified thickness. Multiple passes
including initial mist pass are necessary to form a coat. A mist pass is not considered a full coat.
The cost of a coat shall include the cost of mist pass(es).

Coating – A liquid, liquefiable or mastic composition that is converted to a solid protective,


decorative or functional adhering film after application as a thin layer. Protective coating and
paint are used synonymously throughout this work instruction.

Dew Point – The temperature of a given air/water-vapor mixture at which, under atmospheric
pressure, condensation starts.

DFT– Dry Film Thickness; Thickness of the dry film of the coating. In the absence of a specified,
the value stated shall mean a minimum value and the maximum value shall not be more than
1.5 times the stated value.

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Piping – shall mean piping, pipe fittings, valves, pipe supports and accessories unless a
particular item and/or size limitation is stated.

ITP – Inspection and Test Plan

MSDS – Material Safety Data Sheet

PTOS – Product Turn Over Sheet

QCI – Quality Control Inspector

5. Responsibilities

Qualified Blaster/Painter – Executes the correct and effective surface preparation and coating
activities including its repair works.

Painting Supervisor/Foreman – Ensure that blasting works are carried out in accordance with
the project specifications and applicable codes and standards by close supervision, monitoring
and recording of all activities.

Quality Control Inspector (QCI) – Verifies, witness, inspects and documents the surface
preparation and coating application at various inspection points to ensure quality output and
conformity to project. QCI shall be IMM Level 2 or equivalent.

6. Tools and Equipment


 Air Compressor
 Airless Paint Spraying Machine
 Air Receiver
 Conventional Spray Equipment
 Dryer
 Grinder (Electric/Pneumatic)
 Iwata Wider 77 Spray Gun
 Manual Blasting Equipment
 Mixing Paint Tank
 Paint Brush
 Paint Mixer
 Paint Roller
 Paint Thickness Gauge
 RH / Dewmeter
 Sand Paper
 WFT Gauge
 Chloride Tester
 Adhesion Tester

7. Procedure

7.1. Pre-Surface Preparation

7.1.1. Check if the items to be prepared and coated have passed through materials
inspection or process inspection in the section where items are fabricated. Materials

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should have PTOS (Appendix A) from fabrication shop and completely filled-out and
signed by all concerned.

7.1.2. Clearly identified all the shopmarks subjected for blasting and painting. Make sure
that shopmarks (dog tag) are provided and items are properly identified before and
after painting.

7.1.3. Determine the degree of cleaning to be performed in accordance with the customer’s
requirements specified in the project specification.

7.1.4. Before abrasive blasting, ground sharp edges. Remove and ground flush corrosion
pitting, burrs, rough welds, gouge marks, flame cut areas, weld spatters and flux,
silvers, laminations and underlying mill scale by hand tool and power tool cleaning
in accordance with ISO 8504-3.

7.1.5. Check the coating system to be used against the PTOS, against the project
specification and approved drawing.

7.1.6. As a prelude to most painting operations 50mm taping, masking and protection of
adjoining surfaces structures or equipment not to be abrasive blasted and painted
shall be accomplished. Use wooded protection for flanges.

7.2. Surface Preparation Medium and Equipment

7.2.1. Air Compressor and Air Cleanliness


Compressed air used for abrasive blasting and painting shall be free of moisture and
oil. Effective water and oil filter or traps shall be fitted to compressors or delivery
lines and maintained as required to ensure that air is sufficiently dry and oil free.
Compress air shall be checked from moisture and oil in accordance with ASTM
D4285 at the start of every work shift and whenever necessary. Two (2)
compressors (750 CFM and 350 CFM) shall be use for this project.

7.2.2. Blast Cleaning Machine


Blasting equipment shall be in god condition, well maintained and suitable for the
intended purpose in accordance with manufacturer’s recommended practice.

7.2.3. Abrasives

7.2.3.1. Abrasives used for blast cleaning shall be correct in size, shape and mixture,
capable of consistently producing the specified surface profile and shall
comply with the project specification.

7.2.3.2. Abrasive used shall be free from oil and water-soluble contaminants.
Abrasives shall be checked for size, fines, ratio of grits and shots and the
presence of oil and water- soluble contaminants in accordance with SSPC-
AB2 and SSPC-AB3 at the start of each work shift. Abrasives shall be stored
indoor and be placed off ground to protect it from water, moisture and other
unwanted elements.

7.2.4. Forced Air and Abrasive Hoses


Sharp constriction or bends in the lines shall be eliminated and shall be kept short
as possible to avoid friction and loss of pressure. For the same reason, internal
coupling shall be avoided. For safety purposes, the coupling shall be wired together
using safety pin to assure secured closure and used deadman switch.

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7.3. Measurement of Ambient Condition

7.3.1. Surface preparation and coating application shall be done under suitable ambient
conditions of temperature, humidity and dew point. Many zinc rich paints require
certain minimum humidity.

7.3.2. Ambient temperature shall be above 10°C and below 43°C unless otherwise stated
on the manufacturer’s data sheet, relative humidity shall be less than 85% and metal
surface temperature is at least 3°C above dew point which can be determine using
Dewmeter/Sling Psychrometer. It is used to measure the surface temperature and
the difference between dew point and surface temperature. Measurements are taken
before the work begins each day and periodically throughout the day for a minimum
of 4 hours or sooner if weather conditions appear to be worsening. Painting shall be
done when there is likelihood of rain within 24 hours after painting.

7.4. Spray Application Equipment

7.4.1. Choose the proper fluid cap and needle as well as corresponding air cap size.

7.4.2. Spray pot - It should be clean and in working order condition prior to use. Calibrated
air and fluid pressure gauges should be available and functional on conventional
spray pots.

7.4.3. The pressure release valve shall also be operative. The conventional pot should be
equipped with diaphragm pressure regulators, making it possible to control both air
and fluid pressure to the spray gun from the pot.

7.4.4. The conventional pot should be equipped with air driven agitator to constantly mix the
paint within the spray pots during application.

7.5. General Painting Requirements

7.5.1. There were items do not require any surface preparation or painting unless otherwise
specified. They are non-metallic (concrete, glass, plastic, wood); Fiber Reinforced
Polymer/Plastic(FRP); non-ferrous metals (aluminium, copper, brass); galvanized
surfaces; cast iron products; uninsulated stainless steel and alloy surfaces operating
at 140°F (60°C) and below and above 300°F (149°C).

7.5.2. There were also items which require protection from painting. Surfaces which could
be damaged by abrasives, dust, or paint overspray shall be protected by wrapping,
taping, other means to prevent damage. Such surfaces shall include, by way of
example, but not by limitation. They are high alloys, bearings, conduit, control panels
and valves, couplings, equipment nameplates, expansion joint bellow, fire sprinkler
heads, flange and nozzle facings and other machine contact surfaces, glass, rubber,
gasket materials, identification tags, instrument glasses, gauge dials, machines
surfaces (threads, valve stems, pump and cylinder rods shafts) and screws, spring
hanger graduations, uninsulated stainless steel operating at 140°F (60°C) and below,
internal surfaces of pipe and valves, valve stems, packing glands and position
indicators.

7.5.3 Stainless steel surfaces shall be protected from zinc- and aluminium-rich coatings at
all times. Any accidental overspray including trace amounts, over stainless steel
surfaces must be completely removed.

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7.5.4 All exposed machined surfaces (threads, flange faces, gasket seating surfaces) shall
be coated with an easily removable protective coating. These coatings shall be
applied in accordance with the coating manufacturer’s recommendation (E.F
Houghton, Daubert Chemical, Global Lubricants, Rust-Veto 342, Tectyl 506 and
Globalkote HDX or approved equivalent).

7.5.5 All weld bevels on carbon or ferritic alloy steel piping or equipment components that
are to be welded by others shall be coated on the inside and outside surface for a
distance of 75mm (3 inches) from the end of the component with Deoxaluminite or
Owner approved.

7.5.6 For Instrument Air line, painting of weld joints shall be done when pressure
(pneumatic) testing is complete; ambient temperature is above 50°F (10°C) and
below 110°F (43°C) unless otherwise stated on the manufacturer’s datasheet; metal
surface temperature is at least 5°F (3°C) above the dew point; relative humidity is
less than 85%; no likelihood of rain within 24 hours after painting.

7.6. Surface Preparation

7.6.1. Carbon Steels (Bare Metal)

7.6.1.1. Surfaces shall be thoroughly pressure washed with potable water to remove
all dirt, dust and water soluble salts. Any grease and oils present on the
surface shall be washed with biodegradable non-ionic detergent solution or
suitable hydrocarbon solvent until completely free of all surface
contamination. There shall be no smudge on the surface when rubbed with
a clean cloth. Surfaces cleaned with detergent shall be thoroughly rinsed
with potable water to remove traces of detergent.

7.6.1.2. Testing for soluble salts shall be conducted prior to commencing abrasive
blasting. Extraction and assessment of the soluble salts shall be done in
accordance with ISO 8502-6 and ISO 8502-9 or SSPC Guide 15, Section
4.6 and SSPC Guide 15, Section 5.3. Six samples per 2000 m² shall be
taken for immersion surfaces and 4 samples per 2000 m² atmospheric
surfaces. Acceptable average conductivity for immersion surfaces shall
correspond to chloride level ≤ 20 mg/ m² and maximum of ≤ 30 mg/ m².
While for atmospheric surfaces is ≤ 30 mg/ m² to ≤ 40 mg/ m² chloride level.
Surfaces not in compliance with these limits shall be steam cleaned or fresh
water washed and retested until the requirements are being met.

7.6.1.3. Welded areas shall be blast cleaned or ground to remove burrs, spatter, or
protrusions. Weld reinforcement shall not be removed and base metal shall
not be ground below the surface. All sharp edges shall be ground to a
minimum 1/8” (3mm) radius.

7.6.1.4. Before applying any coating, blast cleaned surfaces shall be vacuumed and
wiped with a clean cloth to remove all traces of dust; care shall be taken to
ensure that no lint or other residue is left on the cleaned surface by cloth.
Special attention shall be paid to grooves on indentions where contaminants
may be trapped. Cleaned surfaces shall be coated within four (4) hours and
before occurrence of any trace of rust. If rust is noticed, the surface shall be
blast cleaned again. If the area to be painted is large, it shall be cleaned and
primed in sections.

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7.6.2. Carbon Steel (Pre-painted or Primed Surfaces Requiring Further Coating)


All surfaces shall be thoroughly degreased and washed in a manner stated for bare
carbon steels. Coated surfaces shall not be washed until the previously applied
coating(s) have reached full water resistance. The washed surfaces shall be
completely dry prior to further application of paint materials. Any additional surface
preparation, such as sanding required by the coating manufacturer shall follow prior
to top coating

7.6.3. Galvanized Surfaces


Galvanized surfaces requiring painting for safety identification purposes or in
coastal/offshore environments shall be solvent washed per SSPC-SP 1 and sweep
blasted per SSPC-SP 16 and cleaned for epoxy primer (P-4) with a minimum surface
profile of 1 mil (25µm) or as required by the coating manufacturer.

7.6.4. Stainless Steel


Any power or hand tool cleaning of stainless steel shall be done using SS brushes
or equipment that have not been used on carbon steel surfaces. Solvent used for
removal of oil or grease from stainless steel surfaces shall be non-chlorinated and
suitable for use on stainless steel.

7.6.5. Verify the surface profile by use of micrometer and Testex Press O Film
Replica Tape.

7.7. Coating Materials, Mixing and Thinning

7.7.1. All coating materials shall be mixed and thoroughly stirred in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions, SSPC-PA1 (ISO-12944-7) and the project specification.
The required induction time shall be followed and mixed paint that has exceeded its
pot life shall be discarded irrespective of its apparent condition.

7.7.2. For heavy pigmented coatings such as zinc rich paint, it is important that the spray
pot agitator is keeping the pigment in suspension. Preferably, only complete kits of
multi-component paints shall be mixed. If this cannot be done, upon approval of the
client, the paint manufacturer shall be consulted to assure that partial mixing of their
material is permitted. If this is done, the components shall be carefully measured.

7.7.3. Paint which exceeded its pot life shall be discarded. All paint spray equipment,
including mixers, shall be thoroughly cleaned before mixing of new materials.

7.7.4. Only the amount and type of thinner specified by the paint manufacturer shall be
used.

7.7.5. All coating materials shall be furnished in unopened, clearly identified original
containers. The shelf life and batch numbers must be clearly evident on coating
containers.

7.7.6. Where a complete coating systems are applied, all coats shall be of the same
supplier. Where it is not feasible, written approval from the client is required.

7.7.7. Containers of coatings or components shall not be opened unless for immediate use
and coating materials shall be used within the manufacturer’s published shelf life.

7.7.8. Coating materials and thinners shall be stored in an undercover facility meeting

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statutory requirements for flammable and toxic liquids and in accordance with each
coating material MTDS and MSDS.

7.8. Coating Application

7.8.1. All coatings shall be applied by either conventional or airless spray unless otherwise
specified. When spraying with conventional (air atomized) or airless equipment, the
spray gun shall be held no closer than 200 mm or more than 60mm from the surface
and maintain perpendicular to the surface throughout the stroke. For airless
application, the distance shall be from 12 to 18 inches. At the end of each pass,
release the gun trigger. Each spray pass shall overlap the previous one by 50% and
where possible, a crosshatch technique shall be used. This requires a duplicate
series of passes at 90% to the first to ensure complete and uniform coverage.

7.8.2. Brush application shall only be used for stripe coating or with the approval of the
client for application of coating to small sections where spray application is difficult
or for repair of localized damage coating. In brush application, extra care should be
taken to ensure that the coating is not brushed out thin.

7.8.3. Project specification requirements, applicable referenced standards (SSPC-PA1)


and manufacturer’s recommendations and instructions for coating application,
curing, drying, and over coating time shall be followed.

7.8.4. Coating shall not be applied within 50 mm of areas that are to be welded later.
Masking/covering shall be done on these areas before coating application.

7.8.5. Irregular surfaces such as edges, corners, bolt holes, crevices, welds, small
brackets, and hard to reach areas shall be stripe coated using brush immediately
before spray application of each coat to ensure specified film thickness is attained.
Stripe coating may be carried out after the full spray application of primer coat to
minimize the time between abrasive blasting and priming.

7.8.6. Piping, tanks and pipe supports shall undergo surface preparation, primer coating,
second (middle) coating, final coating and touch-up. For steel structures, touch-up
coating for erection damage shall be performed while for equipment, touch-up
coating for erection damage, cosmetic coatings, lettering, marking and identification
shall be done.

7.8.7. The coating to be used for piping, tank, steel structure and equipment shall conform
the project specification specified at Sections 11.0 to 14.0 (A4-JGS1EP-ES-55-009).
The product name of coating material shall be the list of approved suppliers or
equivalent. Table 1 below shows Paint Matrix (Jotun Paint Products). See Appendix
E for the Jotun Paint Specifications (Product Data Sheets).

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7.8.8. Overruns, drips, sags, and smears shall be removed and any coating damage or
imperfection shall be repaired before over coating. Runs and slumps in wet coating
shall be brushed out immediately and before the freshly applied coatings sets.
Allow the recent coat to dry thoroughly, in a specified time as recommended by
paint manufacturer prior to application of the subsequent coat.

7.8.9. Open ends must be covered to prevent paint inside.

7.9. Inspection and Testing

7.9.1. In-process inspection shall be conducted to make sure that the material that were
subjected to surface preparation and coating application meets the manufacturer’s
and project specification. All information with regards to condition of material before
blasting, abrasive type used, instruments used, batch number of paint and thinner,
ambient conditions shall be recorded and monitored by Production Painting
Foreman and Supervisor as well as the assigned QCI for documentation purposes
(see Appendix B).

7.9.2. The minimum inspection required after painting shall be free of blisters, bubbles,
craters, sags, runs, dry spray, lap marks and unnecessary lap marks. All masking
tape shall be removed, coating is cured which means that cure catalyzed materials
may be determined by exposure to a suitable solvents as recommended by the
coating manufacturer. Inorganic zinc primers may be tested for cure by burnishing
the surface with a dull metal object such as coin or paper clip and or/setting by
exposure to a suitable solvent.

7.9.3. Mock-up testing prior to Paint Application shall be carried out and shall be witnessed
by client (VPCI/Owner) to ensure painting application system is complied with
painting specification. Perform all the test required on the test sample for each
painting system.

7.9.4. Conduct pull-off adhesion test that conforms to ASTM D5451 for each paint system.
Pull-off adhesion testing is widely used to assess the protective coating process
and to determine if a coating is fit for service in new construction and for repairs to
existing structures.

7.9.5. Any defects disclosed by inspection shall be corrected and re-inspected. Necessary
corrective actions for areas, which do not meet the requirements of the
manufacturer’s specification shall be performed.

7.10. Coating Repairs

7.10.1. Barricade the rejected material before the repair works start.

7.10.2. Mask/cover painted portions and other adjacent items and welded portions that
might be damaged during the repair works.

7.10.3. Manual abrasive blasting shall be conducted on the damaged areas and welded
portions. Blasting and cleaning shall cut into the sound coated portion. The edges
of the existing coating shall be feathered by spot blasting to create a smooth
transition exposing at least 50 mm over each sub-coat. Precautions shall be taken
to protect adjacent coated areas or equipment from damage caused by the repair
works.

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7.10.4. Power tool cleaning shall only be used on repair of small sections or in areas where
spot blasting is impractical upon the approval of the client. Power tool cleaning
shall be performed in accordance with SSPC-SP11 to produce a sharp angular
surface profile greater than 25 microns. Extra care shall be taken to ensure that

power tool cleaning does not polish the steel surface and the cleaning shall cut
into the sound coated portion by at least 25 mm and the edge of the existing
coating shall be feathered.

7.10.5. The blasted affected and adjacent areas shall be thoroughly cleaned by air blowing
and/or vacuum cleaning to remove dust and other contaminations. After surface
cleaning, re-applied the specified coating system as per paint manufacturer’s
instruction. The color of any additional coats shall blend or match with the final
coating at adjoining areas. Surfaces shall be painted within 4 hours of completion
of surface preparation.

7.10.6. The coating repair shall be performed using the same surface preparation and
coating application procedures and weather conditions as production coatings.

7.11. Documentation

7.11.1. Supervisor/Foreman shall prepare Daily Accomplishment Report (Blasting / Painting)


(Appendix C).
7.11.2. Prepare and submit Material/Finished Product Handover Report – For Packaging
Appendix D) to Packaging Section duly signed by QC Inspector prior release of the
finished product.

8. Appendices

8.1. Appendix A – Product Turn Over Sheet

8.2. Appendix B – Painting Inspection Report

8.3. Appendix C - Daily Accomplishment Report

8.4. Appendix D - Material/finished Product Handover Report – For Packaging

8.5. Appendix E – Jotun Paint Specifications (Product Data Sheets)

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