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JG Summit Stage 1 Expansion Project

PAINTING SPECIFICATION

A4-JGS1EP-ES-55-009

             
       

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24 Aug 17

Issued for Design

E. Cultura

K. Rachel

G. Hutchins

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Section

Table of Contents

1.0

GENERAL

3

2.0

REFERENCES

5

3.0

EXECUTION

7

4.0

GENERAL PAINTING REQUIREMENTS

9

5.0

SURFACE PREPARATION

10

6.0

MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS

12

7.0

FINISH COLORS AND IDENTIFICATION

13

8.0

APPLICATION OF PRIMERS AND FINISHES

14

9.0

COATING REPAIRS

15

10.0

QA/QC (QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL)

15

11.0

TABLE 1: PRIMERS, BUILDCOATS AND FINISHES

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12.0

TABLE 2:

PAINTING SCHEDULE

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13.0

TABLE 3: APPROVED PAINT PRODUCTS/MANUFACTURERS

22

14.0

TABLE 4:

FINISH & SAFETY COLORS

24

15.0

PROCESS COLOR CODING FOR PIPING………………………………………………

26

16.0

DAILY SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING REPORT

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1.0

GENERAL

1.1 Scope

This specification covers external painting of aboveground plant facilities exposed to weather and operating at temperatures less than 1000°F (538°C).

1.2 Exceptions

Specification is not applicable to architectural components and buildings, internal linings or coatings for underground vessels, piping and structures.

1.3 Terminology

Application Data shall mean application instructions, recommendations and guidelines described in the published literature of the coating materials' Manufacturer, referenced industry standards and any specific requirements noted in this specification and any drawings issued to the Contractor. In case of conflicting requirements between the documents, Contractor shall submit all conflicting information to the Company for resolution. If the published literature of the Manufacturer does not contain required information, Contractor shall obtain additional information from the parent corporate office of the Manufacturer. Any deviations from or changes to Manufacturer's published literature shall be subject to Company and Owner’s review, acceptance or rejection.

Note: Where recommendations, instructions and guidelines are given in permissive language such as “may,” “should,” and “recommended,” compliance with those recommendations, instructions and guidelines shall be considered mandatory unless otherwise instructed by the Company.)

Approved Equal shall mean a product approved by the Company and Owner as equal to the product specified in this specification.

Company shall mean the Project Management Consultant, acting for the Owner.

Carbon Steels (CS) shall mean carbon steels including alloy steels with chromium content of 9¼% or less.

Catalog Equipment shall mean catalog items or assemblies of catalog items such as bulk valves, control instruments, electrical equipment, compressors, motors, pumps and similar items that are not specifically designed and custom fabricated for the project.

Coastal Environment shall mean within 3 miles (5 kilometers) of the seacoast; Corrosion Category C5-M in accordance with ISO 12944-5.

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Coat shall mean 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).

Note: Mist coats are the same as mist passes.

Contractor shall mean the Detailed Engineering Contractor.

Custom Equipment shall mean equipment specifically designed and fabricated for the project, such as process equipment, skid units, boilers, heat exchangers, heaters, heat recovery steam generators (HRSGs), vessels, drums, shop fabricated tanks, stacks, control valves and actuators and other made-to-order equipment and related items including structural components.

Dry Film Thickness (DFT) Measurement shall mean the average value of three readings recorded by dry film thickness gage. The readings shall be within a 6 inch (150mm) radius and evenly spread out from a given spot.

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

Insulated Surfaces shall mean steel surfaces that will be insulated.

Manufacturer shall mean the manufacturer of the specified paint.

Operating Temperature shall mean the maximum temperature of the substrate surface exposed to weather (indoor and outdoor) during operating conditions. For example, operating temperature of refractory lined equipment for painting purposes shall be the temperature of the metal surface exposed to the weather during operation. The steamout temperature of piping and equipment shall not be considered as a basis for paint system selection, unless specifically instructed in writing by the Company and acknowledged in writing by the Contractor.

Owner shall mean the Owner of the Project or its authorized representative.

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

Stainless Steel (SS) shall mean austenitic stainless steel such as Type 304, 316, 321 and 347.

Structural steel shall mean structural steel other than the structural steel that is an integral part of fabricated equipment by the Supplier (Example: Structural steel of a boiler structure shall be painted in the same manner as the boiler's other surfaces.)

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Supplier shall mean fabricator and/or supplier of pipe, equipment, instrumentation, structural steel, and other items to be painted.

Tanks shall mean field fabricated above ground storage tanks (AST).

Uninsulated Surfaces shall mean carbon steel or stainless steel and other alloy surfaces which will not be insulated.

Work shall mean all labor, supervision, installed and consumable materials, services, equipment, instruments, tools, and each and every item of expense necessary for preparing the surfaces for paint application, application of paint materials, repairs, quality control, and cleanup thereafter.

2.0

REFERENCES

The latest revision, including addenda, of the following references in effect on the latest date of this Specification form a part of this Specification. Except as modified by the requirements specified in this Specification or on the drawings, all Work performed shall comply with the following references. Any conflicts between the following references and this Specification shall be resolved by the Company.

2.1 ASTM (American Society For Testing And Materials)

B117

Standard Test Method of Salt Spray (Fog) Testing

D3276

Standard Guide for Painting Inspectors (Metal Substrates)

D4285

Standard Test Method for Indicating Oil or Water in Compressed Air

D4417

Field Measurement of Surface Profile of Blast Cleaned Steel

D4541

Standard Test Method for Pull-off Strength of Coatings Using Portable Adhesion Testers

D4752

Measuring MEK Resistance of Ethyl Silicate Zinc Rich Primers by Solvent Rub

D5402

Assessing the Solvent Resistance of Organic Coatings Using Solvent Rubs

E337

Standard Test Method for Measuring Humidity with a Psychrometer (the Measurement of Wet- and Dry-Bulb Temperatures)

2.2 SSPC (Society for Protective Coatings Specification)

SSPC-AB 1

Mineral and Slag Abrasives

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SSPC-AB 2

Cleanliness of Recycled Ferrous Metallic Abrasives

SSPC-AB 3

Newly Manufacturer or Re-Manufactured Steel Abrasives

SSPC-SP 1

Solvent Cleaning

SSPC-SP 2

Hand Tool Cleaning

SSPC-SP 3

Power Tool Cleaning

SSPC-SP 6

Commercial Blast Cleaning

SSPC-SP 10

Near-White Metal Blast Cleaning

SSPC-SP 11

Power Tool Cleaning To Bare Metal

SSPC-SP 16

Brush-Off Blast Cleaning of Coated and Uncoated Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steels, and Non-Ferrous Metals

SSPC-VIS 1

Visual Standard For Abrasive Blast Cleaned Steel (Standard Reference Photographs)

SSPC-PA 1

Shop, Field and Maintenance Painting

SSPC-PA 2

Measurement of Dry Coating Thickness With Magnetic Gages

SSPC-PA 3

A Guide to Safety in Paint Application

SSPC Guide 15

Field Methods for Retrieval and Analysis of Soluble Salts on Steel and Other Nonporous Substrates (SSPC Painting Manual, Ch 9 – Technology Guides)

2.3 ANSI (American National Standards Institute)

A13.1

Scheme for the Identification of Piping Systems

2.4 Munsell Color Standard

2.5 Manufacturer’s Application Data Sheets

2.6 Regulations of Governmental Agencies Related to Personnel Health and Safety as Applicable to Painting

2.7 Related Specifications

A4-JGS1EP-ES-15-001 Fabrication & Erection Specification For Structural Steel

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ISO 8501-1

Rust grades and preparation grades of uncoated steel substrates and of steel substrates after overall removal of previous coatings

ISO 8502-6

Preparation of steel subtracts before application of paints and related products-tests for the assessment of surface cleanliness Part 6:

Extraction of soluble contaminants for analysis-The Bresle Method

ISO 8502-9

Preparation of steel subtract before application of paints and related products-Group B:Methods for the assessment of surface cleanliness Part B9: Field method for the conduct metric determination of water- soluble salts

ISO 12944-2

Paints and Varnishes – Corrosion protection of steel structures by paint systems Part 2: Classification of environments

ISO 12944-3

Design Considerations

ISO 12944-5

Paints and varnishes – Corrosion protection of steel structures by protective paint systems Part 5: Protective paint systems

NACE International SP-0188 Discontinuity (Holiday) Testing of New Protective Coatings on Conductive Substrates

NACE International SP-0198 Standard Practice for Control of Corrosion Under Thermal Insulation and Fireproofing Materials – A Systems Approach

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

NIOSH Publication No. 92-102 “NIOSH Alert: Request for Assistance in Preventing Silicosis and Deaths from Sandblasting”

3.0

EXECUTION

The Supplier shall perform all Work related to surface preparation, priming and finish painting of the Catalog Equipment, including all attachments thereto, in accordance with the Supplier’s standard paint system, subject to the a minimum corrosion protection level of 2000 hours (salt fog resistance) when tested in accordance with ASTM B117.

The Supplier shall perform all Work related to surface preparation, priming and finish painting of the following items including all attachments (excluding prepainted shelf items) thereto in accordance with the Painting Schedule of this specification:

Custom Equipment

Piping

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Structural steel (non-galvanized) and miscellaneous items except tank plates for field erection and those items specified to be galvanized.

The Contractor shall perform all Work related to the following tasks, by way of example but not by limitation, necessary to complete the application of all painting systems in accordance with this specification:

Cleaning of surfaces to remove all dirt, foreign matter, grease, oil, etc. with fresh water and/or degreaser.

Repair of damaged surfaces of shop coating.

Surface preparation and priming of bare metallic surfaces such as weld zones.

Finish painting of primed surfaces.

Repainting of custom equipment with damaged finish paint.

Application of safety color coding and pipe identification.

The Contractor shall provide a coating procedure including, but not limited to:

Identification of the structures, systems and components to be coated, the coating system and finish coat color to be applied, and the specific coating products to be used for each coat of each system

Product data sheets

Method for identification and removal of soluble salts and other contaminants

Coating material handling and storage and inventory controls.

Metal preparation at welds and edges.

Description of the degree of cleanliness and surface profile to be achieved during surface preparation. Indicate the abrasive to be used. Where different types of surfaces comprising the item(s) to be coated will be prepared to different criteria, define the criteria applicable for each.

Description of the specific type/configuration of tools to be used for any alternative surface preparation techniques other than abrasive blasting.

Application, touch-up, and curing.

Techniques to correct out-of-spec film thickness and surface treatment processes for roughening or "freshening" coatings that have exceeded their recoat windows.

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Inspection (see section 10.0).

Disposal of waste, debris, and unconsumed coating materials.

4.0 GENERAL PAINTING REQUIREMENTS

4.1 Items Which Do Not Require Painting

The following items do not require any surface preparation or painting unless otherwise specified.

Non-metallic items such as concrete (except when required for corrosion resistance or for safety i.e. edges of concrete steps), glass, plastic, wood, etc.

FRP except when required for UV protection

Non-ferrous metals such as aluminum, copper, brass, etc.

Galvanized surfaces except for safety color coding, or galvanizing repair

Insulation weatherproofing

Cast iron products such as manhole covers and grating

Uninsulated stainless steel and alloy surfaces operating at 140°F (60°C) and below and above 300 ˚ F (149°C)

Insulated carbon steel surfaces operating at 301°F (149°C) and above unless cycling below 300 ˚F (149°C)

4.2 Items Which Require Protection from Painting

Surfaces which could be damaged by abrasives, dust, or paint overspray shall be protected by wrapping, taping, or other means to prevent damage. Such surfaces shall include, by way of example, but not by limitation, the following:

High Alloys (Monel, Incoloy, or Hastelloy)

Bearings

Conduit

Control panels

Control valves

Couplings

Equipment nameplates

Expansion joint bellows

Fire sprinkler heads

Flange and nozzle facings and other machined contact surfaces

Glass, rubber, gasket materials etc.

Identification tags

Instrument glasses and gauge dials

Machined surfaces (threads, valve stems, pump and cylinder rods, shafts, etc.)

Screws

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Spring hanger graduations

Uninsulated stainless steel operating at 140°F (60°C) and below

Internal surfaces of pipe, valves, etc.

Valve stems, packing glands, and position indicators

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

4.3 All exposed machined surfaces (threads, flange faces, gasket seating surfaces, etc) shall be coated with an easily removable protective coating. These coatings shall be applied in accordance with the coating manufacturer’s recommendations.

E. F. Houghton

Rust-Veto 342

Daubert Chemical

Tectyl 506

Global Lubricants

Globalkote HDX

4.4 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 in) from the end of the component with Deoxaluminite (manufactured by AACCO, 5200 N. 126 th St, Butler, WI 53007) or Owner approved equal.

4.5 Scheduling Of Work

Unless otherwise stated in the Application Data and approved by the Company and Owner, painting shall be done when:

Pressure 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%

There is no likelihood of rain within 24 hours after painting

Protection of surfaces not required to be painted, e.g. stainless steel, is in place

5.0 SURFACE PREPARATION

5.1 Carbon Steels (Bare Metal)

Surfaces shall be thoroughly pressure washed with potable water to remove all dirt, dust and water soluble salts. The water washing shall be considered critical, especially if the surfaces are, or have been, exposed to a salt environment. If any grease and oils are present on the surface, the surfaces shall be washed with biodegradable non-ionic detergent solution or suitable hydrocarbon solvent until the

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surfaces are 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.

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 m 2 shall be taken for immersion surfaces and 4 samples

per 2000 m 2 shall be taken for atmospheric surfaces. Acceptable average conductivity for immersion surfaces shall correspond to chloride level 20 mg/m 2 and maximum conductivity shall correspond to chloride level 30 mg/m 2 . Acceptable average conductivity for atmospheric surfaces shall correspond to chloride level 30 mg/m 2 maximum conductivity shall correspond to a chloride level 40 mg/m 2 . Surfaces not in compliance with these limits shall be steam cleaned or fresh water washed and re-

tested until the requirements are met.

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.

Surface preparation and anchor pattern (surface profile) shall be as specified in the Application Data for each individual paint system.

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 the cloth. Special attention shall be paid to grooves or indentions where contaminants may become trapped. Cleaned surfaces shall be coated within four hours and before occurrence of any trace of rust. If rust is noticed, the surface shall be blast cleaned again. Where the item to be painted is large, it shall be cleaned and primed in sections.

5.2 Carbon Steel (Prepainted or Primed Surfaces Requiring Further Coating)

All surfaces shall be thoroughly degreased and washed in the manner stated for bare carbon steels above. Coated surfaces shall not be washed until the previously applied coating(s) have reached full water resistance. Consult coating manufacturer for curing schedule.

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 be followed prior to topcoating.

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5.3 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 in accordance with the Application Data for epoxy primer (P-4). A minimum surface profile of 1 mil (25 µm) or as required by the coating Manufacturer shall be created.

5.4 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.

Solvents used for removal of oil or grease from SS surfaces shall be non-chlorinated and suitable for use on stainless steel.

6.0 MATERIAL REQUIREMENTS

6.1 Environmental Compliance

All cleaners, primers, finishes and solvent materials shall be environmentally safe products and regardless of local regulations, shall not contain hazardous materials such as CFCs, lead, chromates, and other heavy metals which cause air, soil and water pollution. Coating products’ volatile organic compound (VOC) content shall meet the minimum requirements of local, state and/or federal requirements. Products that do not comply with the pollution regulations of the governmental agencies are not allowed for use on this Project. The Supplier and the Contractor are responsible for verifying the product compliance with local environmental regulations.

6.2 Compressed Air

The compressed air shall be passed through a cooler.

All air compressors shall be of a sufficient size to deliver 100 psi (6.9 bar) at the nozzle. Each compressor shall have two coalescing oil/moisture filters, one located at the compressed air discharge and one located just before the aftercooler.

Compressed air used for blasting and coating application must be clean, oil and water free and dry. Testing for evidence of oil or water shall be done in accordance with ASTM D4285 at the beginning of each shift, every four hours thereafter, at the end of each shift and after any interruption of compressor operation.

6.3 Abrasives

Abrasives shall be composed of clean, dry, hard particles free of foreign substances such as dirt, oil, grease, toxic substances, organic matter, mill scale and water soluble salts, meeting the requirements of SSPC-AB 1, Class A. The pH of the abrasive

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materials shall be 6.0 to 8.5. Abrasives shall be sharp garnet or aluminum oxide grit of Rockwell hardness 40 to 50 and properly graded. Abrasive particle size shall be suitable for producing an angular sharp anchor profile of 1½ to 2½ mils (40 to 65 µm) or as specified in the Application Data. Steel shot alone is not acceptable. If shot is used, the ratio of shot to grit abrasive shall be monitored to assure compliance with the coating material manufacturer’s requirements to achieve the required surface profile. Mineral abrasives shall meet the requirements of SSPC-AB 1, Type I or II, Class A. Silica sand and other abrasives containing more than 1% crystalline silica and copper slag shall not be used.

Abrasives used for blasting stainless steel shall be garnet or aluminum oxide and shall contain no metals.

6.4 Cleaners and Paint Materials

The degreaser shall be a non-toxic and non-ionic biodegradable water based cleaner.

Primer and finish paint materials shall be those listed in Table 1 and Table 3.

Primers and finishes shall be factory tinted, sealed, and labeled. Each label shall show the product name, number, type of paint, lot or batch number, color and instructions for mixing and/or thinning. Solvents shall be products of the same manufacturer and be used in accordance with the Application Data.

Coating materials that have exceeded their shelf life shall not be used.

Mixing shall only be performed with full kits. Mixing of partial kits is not allowed.

Solvents used on SS shall be chlorine and halogen free.

6.5 Paint Application Equipment

Spray equipment shall be as recommended in the Application Data. Sufficient number of spare parts shall be made available at the work site.

7.0 FINISH COLORS AND IDENTIFICATION

Finish colors shall match the Munsell Colors in accordance with Table 4 of this specification, except as noted below for safety colors.

Structures shall be color coded to warn personnel of potential physical hazards. Such color coding shall be in accordance with ANSI Z535.1, Safety Color Coding.

The identification of piping systems shall be in accordance with American National Standards Institute document ANSI A13.1, Scheme for the Identification of Piping Systems.

Colors of each coat shall be contrasting.

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8.0 APPLICATION OF PRIMERS AND FINISHES

Proper functioning of the in-line moisture and oil traps shall be evaluated daily by allowing the air supply (downstream of the traps) to blow against a clean, white cloth in accordance with ASTM D4285 and as indicated in 6.2 above. No moisture or oil should be deposited on the cloth. If contaminants are detected, the equipment deficiencies shall be corrected and the air stream shall be retested. Cleaned surfaces determined to have been blasted since the last successful test shall be degreased and reblasted with clean air and abrasive. Primers and finishes determined to have been applied using contaminated air shall be removed and recoated using clean air.

All painting shall be in accordance with this specification and Table 1, Primers, Build coats and Finishes, Table 2, Painting Schedule, Table 3, Approved Products/Manufacturers and Table 4, Finish, Process Identification and Safety Colors.

Storing; thinning; mixing order; mixing procedure, including the mixer speed and mixing time; handling; and application of paint materials shall be in accordance with the Application Data.

Pigmented and catalyzed materials shall be thoroughly mixed and strained before applying. Materials that have not been applied within the pot-life times shall be discarded and properly disposed of.

Paints with metallic pigments such as zinc and aluminum shall be continuously agitated to prevent settling of the pigment while being applied.

Paint shall be spray applied if the adjacent surfaces can be protected from overspray. Where overspray cannot be prevented, except for inorganic zinc, the paint shall be applied by roller or brush.

Weld lanes, bolt heads, corners, and edges require an initial brush or “stripe” coat before the application of the paint system to assure wetting of the surface and adequate film build.

Paint materials shall be uniformly applied in even, parallel passes overlapping each pass 50% immediately followed by cross-spray passes to obtain a continuous film without bare spots, pinholes or holidays. The coated surface shall have no runs, sags, solvent blisters, dry spray or other blemishes. All irregularities shall be removed or repaired and recoated.

Intercoat contamination shall be minimized by maintaining proper cleanliness and by applying all coatings within the time period stated in the Application Data. If contaminants are present, they shall be removed before applying subsequent coats.

Coatings applied over inorganic zinc primer shall be applied using a mist coat/full coat method.

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9.0

COATING REPAIRS

Repairs to primed, finish painted and galvanized surfaces shall be as follows:

Damaged coatings shall be removed by abrasive blasting or power tool cleaning (SSPC- SP 11) unless they are tightly bonded to the substrate metal. The surface shall be wiped with a clean rag to remove all dust and loose materials. If there is any oil, grease or other foreign matter, it shall be pressure washed with water-based non-ionic, biodegradable detergent followed by further rinsing with potable water to remove all traces of the detergent. The surface shall then be dried.

Areas with spot rust, burnt residue, weld spatter and other solid adherent foreign matter shall be cleaned per SSPC-SP 11, Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal, using 3M ScotchBrite surface conditioning discs, MBX Bristle Blaster or similar tool that will yield a 1 ½ to 2 ½ mil (40 to 65 µm) profile. Weld joints of galvanized items shall be cleaned with 3M Clean 'N Strip cup wheels or MBX Bristle Blaster prior to feathering with 3M ScotchBrite surface conditioning discs.

Existing coating shall be feathered and roughened at the edges with sandpaper.

All dust shall be removed from the surface by vacuuming, brushing and wiping with a clean cloth.

Repair materials shall be as follows:

Zinc rich epoxy (organic zinc) shall be used for repair of inorganic zinc primers where the operating temperatures are ambient through 200°F (93°C).

Silicone acrylic for operating temperatures 201°F (94°C) through 400°F (204°C).

Silicone aluminum for operating temperatures 401°F (205°C) through 1000°F (538°C).

For repair of galvanized surfaces with operating temperatures at or below 200°F (93°C): ZRC Galvalite, Zinga, Galvacon or approved equal. Aerosol versions of these coatings are not to be used.

Primer repair material shall not overlap the existing adjacent finish. However, the finish repair material shall overlap the adjacent existing finish a minimum of two inches (50 mm).

10.0

QA/QC (QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL)

10.1

Documentation

The Supplier and Contractor are solely responsible for all QA/QC activities regardless of any QA/QC activities performed by the Company or Owner. The Supplier and Contractor shall maintain documentation to comply with the guidelines

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of ASTM D3276 and shall submit their daily surface preparation and coating report form for review and approval(see 15.0 below for sample form). Inspection shall also comply with the following additional requirements. Any approvals for products and procedures submitted by the Supplier and Contractor shall be considered additional to the requirements stated in the specification and shall not be considered as a substitution to the requirements of this specification.

All QA/QC documentation for work performed shall be made available to the Company on demand and without notice. If the Supplier and Contractor are unable to produce the QA/QC documentation to the satisfaction of the Company, such absence of documentation shall be sufficient cause for the Company to reject the work performed.

The Company’s review (or lack thereof) of quality control documents shall not be construed as acceptance of omissions or defective work. Nor shall it in any way lessen the Supplier’s and Contractor’s responsibilities to provide a completely operative system or component in full compliance with this specification.

10.2 Instruments

The Supplier and Contractor shall supply, calibrate and maintain the following instruments for inspection. Alternate instruments may be approved by the Company and Owner.

Temperature and Humidity

Gardner Certified Hygrometer and Temperature Indicator

Surface cleanliness

SSPC-VIS 1 or NACE blast cleaned panels

Surface profile

Elcometer surface profile gauge (Model 123), Keane-Tator Surface Profile Comparator or Testex Press-O-Film

Wet Film Thickness

Elcometer Model 154 or Nordson Wet Film Thickness Gauge

Dry Film Thickness

Elcometer Inspector Model 111 or MikroTest Dry Film Thickness Gauge, Elcometer Paint Inspection Gauge Model 121 (required for inspection of multiple coats) or approved equal.

Bond or Adhesion Strength

Elcometer Adhesion Tester Model 106, PosiTest Adhesion Tester or approved equal

10.3 Minimum Inspection Required Prior To and During Surface Preparation

Verify that all oil, grease, dirt, chlorides and other contaminants have been removed.

Verify that nearby inlets of air intake and vacuum systems equipment are properly protected before initiation of blast cleaning operations.

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Verify that items requiring protection from abrasives and dust are properly protected.

Verify that the surface temperature is 5°F (3°C) above the dew point and rain is not forecasted within the scheduled painting time plus 24 hours.

Check abrasive quality, air quality and surface profile.

Verify that cleaned surfaces are free of contamination and that chloride testing has been completed in accordance with section 5.1 of this specification.

10.4 Minimum Inspection Required Prior To Painting

Verify that the storage, shelf life, mixing, thinning and application of primers and finishes are in accordance with the Application Data.

All surfaces shall be visually inspected to assure that the proper surface cleanliness and surface profile necessary for painting exist.

Document the temperature, humidity and substrate surface temperature.

Verify that surfaces not to be coated are masked off or otherwise protected prior to painting of adjacent surfaces. Stainless steel must be protected from zinc- and aluminum- rich coatings.

10.5 Minimum Inspection Required During Painting

Verify that the recoating time is in accordance with the Application Data.

Verify that the paint materials are applied within the shelf life and pot life.

Verify that the materials are properly strained and mixed in the recommended order and that the reaction time as necessary was allowed.

Verify that the moisture and oil filters of the air lines are functioning properly.

Check for initial mist pass of the coating to avoid bubbling.

Check for criss-cross spray pattern to assure proper film buildup.

Check for proper atomization and avoid dry spray.

Verify the wet film thickness of each coat. The wet film shall be uniform without runs or sags.

10.6 Minimum Inspection Required After Painting

Verify that the paint film is free of defects. The painted surface shall be free of blisters, bubbles, craters, sags, runs, dry spray, lap marks and unnecessary brush marks.

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Verify that all masking tape has been removed.

Verify that the coating is cured as specified in the Application Data. Cure of catalyzed materials may be determined by exposure to a suitable solvent 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 a coin or paper clip and/or testing by exposure to a suitable solvent as noted above.

Nondestructive dry film thickness gauges shall be calibrated in accordance with the gauge manufacturer's instructions at the beginning of each day. Type I (magnetic pull- off) gauges shall be calibrated using Certified Coating Thickness Calibration Standard of National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Type II (magnetic flux) gauges shall be calibrated by using plastic shim standards supplied by the gauge manufacturer.

Dry film thickness measurements shall be taken and recorded after each coat in the painting system.

Dry film thickness measurements shall be made in accordance with SSPC-PA2, Measurement of Dry Coating Thickness with Magnetic Gages.

The Company may require thickness measurement of individual coats of a multi-coat system. Such destructive measurements of coating thickness shall be performed by the Supplier and Contractor when directed by the Company.

11.0 TABLE 1: PRIMERS, BUILDCOATS AND FINISHES

The primers and finishes listed below shall be applicable to surfaces that require painting. Materials and systems shall not be revised or altered without approval from the Company and Owner. For a list of approved products, refer to Table 3.

Material

Operating Temperature Range

Product Generic

Surface

Dry Film Thickness (DFT) Mils (µm) per Coat

Code

Description

Preparation 1,2

P

1

40° F to 750 ° F

Inorganic Zinc

SSPC SP 10

2.5

to 4.0

 

(40°C to 399 °C)

(60 to 100)

P

2

40° F to 200 ° F

Organic Zinc (Zinc Rich Epoxy) 3

SSPC SP 10 or SP 11

3.0

to 4.0

 

(40°C to 93° C)

(75 to 100)

P

3

40° F to 200 ° F

Surface Tolerant Epoxy Aluminum

SSPC SP 10 or SP 11

5.0

to 7.0

 

(40°C to 93° C)

(125 to 175)

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P

4

40° F to 200 ° F (40°C to 93°C)

Epoxy Primer 5

SSPC SP 16

3.0

to 4.0

 

(75 to 100)

P

5

400° F to 1000° F

High Build, High Temperature Primer

SSPC SP 10 or SP 11

4.0

to 5.0

 

(204° C to 538°C)

SP 16 8

(100 to 125)

F

1

40° F to 200 ° F

High Build Epoxy Buildcoat

Refer to Section 5

4.0

to 6.0

 

(40°C to 93° C)

(100 to 150)

F

2

40° F to 200 ° F

Acrylic Aliphatic

Refer to Section 5

2.0

to 3.0

 

Polyurethane

 

(40°C to 93° C)

(50 to 75)

F

3

201°F to 400 °F

Silicone Acrylic

Refer to Section 5

1.5

to 2.0

 

(94° C to 204° C)

(40 to 50)

F

4

401° F to 1000° F

High Heat Silicone

Refer to Section 5

1.0

to 1.5 6

 

(205° C to 538°C)

(25 to 40)

F

5

40° F to 300 ° F

Epoxy Phenolic 4

SSPC SP 10

4.0

to 6.0

 

(40°C to 149 °C)

(100 to 150)

Note 1: Blast cleaning requirement applies to first (prime) coat only. Refer to Section 5 for surface preparation requirements before applying subsequent coats. Note 2: The average surface profile shall be 1.5 to 2.5 mils (40 to 65 µm)for inorganic zinc, organic zinc, epoxy and high build high temp primers and 0.50 to 0.75 mils (13 to 19 µm) for silicone paints unless specified otherwise by the coating manufacturer. Note 3: Organic zinc primers are acceptable alternates for inorganic zinc rich primers for FIELD APPLICATION ONLY if the operating temperature is less than 200°F (93°C). Organic zinc primers shall be used for field repairs to inorganic zinc primers operating at 200°F (93°C) and below. Note 4: Epoxy phenolic (F-5) shall be applied to insulated carbon steel and stainless steel surfaces with operating temperatures from -40°F to 300°F (-40°C to 149°C). Note 5: To be used to prime galvanized steel that must be topcoated with polyurethane finish (F-2) for safety identification purposes and corrosion protection in coastal/offshore environments. Note 6: General thickness range. Consult coating manufacturer for specific recommendation. Note 7: Colors of each coat shall be contrasting Note 8: SSPC-SP 16 is used for galvanized steel, stainless steel or other non-ferrous metals only.

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12.0 TABLE 2: PAINTING SCHEDULE

Piping, equipment and tanks specified to be insulated shall be primed or finish painted for the temperature ranges indicated in Table1. However, all protrusions through the insulation and portions not covered by insulation (such as flanges, nozzles, supports, clips, manways, and saddles) shall be painted in accordance with the paint system specified for uninsulated surfaces. The paint for insulated equipment surfaces also applies to fireproofed surfaces. The painting requirements specified in the Painting Schedule below pertain to all surfaces including uninsulated and insulated. Unless specified otherwise, all surfaces in this Painting Schedule are carbon steel and low alloys.

Paint System, and Item to be Painted

Operating Temperature Range

Primer

Buildcoat (2 nd coat)

Finish (3 rd coat)

(1st coat)

 

From

To

     

STRUCTURAL STEEL

 
 

Fireproofed Columns, Beams, Trusses, etc.

 

200°F

F-5 7

   

1A

Ambient

(93°C)

None

None

 

Non Fireproofed Columns, Beams, Trusses, etc.

 

200°F

P-1 8

   

1B

Ambient

(93°C)

F-1

F-2

 

Ladders, Cages and Handrails or when located in a coastal or offshore environment Gratings, Platforms, Stairways, etc.

 

200°F

Galvanized

   

1C

Ambient

(93°C)

by others

P-4³

F-2³

 

200°F

Galvanized

None 4

None 4

1D

Ambient

(93°C)

by others

VESSELS, EXCHANGERS, TUBULAR EQUIPMENT, CONTROL VALVES, ACTUATORS and PIPING

2A

Uninsulated Carbon Steel

-40°F

200°F

P-1 8

   

(-40°C)

(93°C)

F-1

F-2

 

Uninsulated Carbon Steel

201°F

400°F

     

2B

(94°C)

(204°C)

P-1

F-3

F-3

 

Uninsulated Carbon Steel

401°F

750°F

     

2C

(205°C)

(399°C)

P-1

F-4

F-4

2D

Uninsulated Carbon Steel

751°F

1,000°F

P-5 4

F-4

F-4

(400°C)

(538°C)

2E

Insulated Carbon

-40°F

300°F

F-5

None

F-5

Steel

(-40°C)

(149°C)

2F

Insulated Carbon

301°F

1,000°F

None²

None

None

Steel

(150°C)

(538°C)

 

Insulated Carbon Steel to be Shipped by Ocean Freight 2

301˚ F

1000

˚F

     

2G

(150 ˚C)

(538 ˚ C)

P-1

None

None

2H

Insulated Carbon Steel, Cycling below

301˚ F

(150 ˚C)

1,000°F

(538°C)

P-5

None

P-5

300

˚ F

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Paint System, and Item to be Painted

Operating Temperature Range

Primer

Buildcoat (2 nd coat)

Finish (3 rd coat)

(1st coat)

 

From

To

     
 

Uninsulated Stainless Steel 1

-40°F

140°F

     

2I

(-40°C)

(60°C)

None

 

None

None

2J

Uninsulated Stainless Steel 1

141°F

400°F

P-5

 

None

F-3

(61°C)

(204°C)

 
 

Uninsulated Stainless Steel 1

401°F

1000°F

     

2K

(205°C)

538°C)

P-5

 

None

F-4

2L

Insulated Stainless Steel 1

 

-40°F

300°F

F-5

 

None

F-5

(-40°C)

(149°C)

 

2M

Insulated Stainless Steel 1

 

301°F

1,000°F

P-5

 

None

P-5

(150°C)

(538°C)

 

CATALOG EQUIPMENT, BULK VALVES and INSTRUMENTS

 

3A

Uninsulated

     

Supplier’s Standard Paint System (Refer to section 3)

 

3B

Insulated

     

Supplier’s Standard Paint System (Refer to section 3)

 

FIRED

HEATERS 5 ,

THERMAL

OXIDIZERS 5 ,

BOILERS,

DUCT

WORK,

STACKS

and

FLARES

 
       

200°F

P-1 8

     

4A

Uninsulated

Ambient

(93°C)

 

F-1

F-2

     

201F

400F

     

4B

Uninsulated

(94°C)

(204°C)

P-1

 

F-3

F-3

     

751F

1000F

     

4D

Uninsulated

(400°C)

(538°C)

P-5

 

F-4

F-4

       

300F

     

4E

Insulated

Ambient

(149°C)

F-5

 

None

F-5

4F

Insulated

 

301F

1000F

None 2

 

None

None

 

(150°C)

(538°C)

 

STORAGE TANKS (FIELD ERECTED)

 
 

Uninsulated 6

 

-40F

200F

P-1 8

     

5A

(-40°C)

(93°C)

 

F-1

F-2

5B

Insulated

 

-40F

300F

F-5

 

None

F-5

 

(-40°C)

(149°C)

 

Note 1: To avoid embrittlement, paint materials containing zinc and aluminum shall not come in contact with stainless steel surfaces. Note 2: Custom carbon steel equipment and pipe that:

will be insulated, has a continuous operating temperature of 301°F (150°C) and above, and is shipped by ocean freight shall be coated with P-1 primer prior to shipment. Note 3: System 1C to be used for painting galvanized steel when required for safety identification. Note 4: System 1C to be used for painting galvanized steel when required for corrosion protection in coastal/offshore environments. Note 5: Refractory lined equipment such as fired heaters and thermal oxidizers shall be painted in accordance with System 4B.

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Note 6: Topsides of floating roofs shall be abrasive blasted per SSPC-SP 10 and coated with two coats of immersion grade epoxy, finish color white. Note 7: Primers for use under intumescent epoxy fireproofing must be approved by the fireproofing manufacturer. Note 8: P2 primer may be substituted for P-1 primer on systems for carbon steel with operating temperatures of 200F (93C) and below.

13.0 TABLE 3: APPROVED PAINT PRODUCTS/MANUFACTURERS

Inorganic Zinc Primer (P-1) (Note 1)

High Build MIO Epoxy Buildcoat (F-1)

Carboline, Carbozinc 11 Series

Carboline, Carboguard 890 Series

Hempel, Galvosil 15680 or 15700

Hempel, Hempadur Fast Dry 17410 MIO

International, Interzinc 22 Series

International, Intergard 475 HS

Jotun, Resist 86

Jotun, Penguard Express MIO

PPG, Dimetcote 9 Series

PPG, Amerlock 2/400

PPG, SigmaZinc 9

PPG, SigmaCover 410

Sherwin-Williams, Zinc Clad II Series

Sherwin-Williams, Macropoxy 646FF

Organic Zinc (Zinc Rich Epoxy) Primer (P-2) (Note 2)

Acrylic Aliphatic Polyurethane Finish (F-2)

Carboline, Carbothane 134 Series

Carboline, Carbozinc 858/859

Hempel, Hempathane Series

Hempel, AvantGuard 750

International, Interthane 990 Series

International, Interzinc 52

Jotun, Hardtop XP

Jotun, Barrier

PPG, Amercoat 450 Series

PPG, Amercoat 68HS

PPG, SigmaDur 550 Series

PPG, SigmaZinc 109HS

Sherwin-Williams, Acrolon 218

Sherwin-Williams, Zinc Clad IV

Surface Tolerant Epoxy Mastic (Aluminum) (P-3)

Silicone Acrylic Finish (F-3)

Carboline, Thermaline 4900 Series

Carboline, Carboguard 890 Aluminum

Dampney, Thurmalox 260 Series

Hempel, Hempadur 4588 Series Aluminum

Hempel, Silicone Acrylic 5694

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International, Interseal 670HS Aluminum

International, Intertherm 875

Jotun, Jotamastic 90 Aluminum

Jotun, Solvalitt Midtherm

PPG, Amerlock 2/400 Aluminum

PPG, Amercoat 874HS

PPG, SigmaCover 350 AL

PPG, SigmaTherm 540 (Aluminum only)

Sherwin-Williams, Epoxy Mastic Aluminum II

PPG, Hi-Temp 500V (500VS w/ P-5 primer)

Sherwin-Williams, Heat-Flex Hi-Temp 500

Epoxy Primer (for galvanized steel) (P-4)

High Heat Silicone Aluminum (F-4)

Carboline, Carboguard 890 Series

Carboline, Thermaline 4700 Series

Hempel, Hempadur 4588 Series

Dampney, Thurmalox 230C

International, Interseal 670HS

Hempel, Silicone Aluminum Series

Jotun, Primastic

International, Intertherm 50

PPG, Amerlock 2/400

Jotun, Solvalitt

PPG, SigmaCover 280 Series

PPG, Amercoat 878

Sherwin-Williams, Macropoxy 646

PPG, SigmaTherm 540

PPG, Hi-Temp 1000V (VS with P-5 Primer)

Sherwin-Williams, Heat-Flex Hi-Temp 1000

High Build, High Temperature Primer

Epoxy Novolac (for coating under insulation)

(P-5)

(F-5)

Carboline, Thermaline Heat Shield

Carboline, Thermaline 450

Dampney, Thurmalox 225HD

Hempel, Hempadur 85671

Hempel, Versaline CUI 56990

International, Intertherm 228

International, Interbond 1202UPC

Jotun, Epoxy HR

Jotun, Jotatemp 650

PPG, Amercoat 90HS

PPG, Hi-Temp 1027

PPG, SigmaTherm 230

Sherwin-Williams Heat-Flex Hi-Temp

PPG, Hi-Temp 222G

1200

Sherwin-Williams, Phenicon HS

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Note 1: Inorganic zinc shall be Type 1, Level 1 per SSPC Paint Specification No. 20 and shall comply with ASTM D520, Type II (low lead) zinc dust.

Note 2: Organic zinc shall be Type II, Level 2 per SSPC Paint Specification No. 20 and shall comply with ASTM D520, Type II (low lead) zinc dust.

14.0 TABLE 4A: FINISH & SAFETY COLORS – NAPHTHA CRACKER EXPANSION, SECOND STAGE PYGAS HYDROGENATION UNIT, AROMATIC EXTRACTION UNIT AND BUTADIENE EXTRACTION UNIT

Component / Hazard Description

Descriptive Color

Munsell Colors

Fire Protection (Incl. Foam Service) and Equipment

Red

7.5R-5/14

Process and Utility Service Piping

Gray

N-5.5

Fresh Water Service Piping

Skyline Blue

2.5B-7/6

Piping Containing Acid

Orange

10R 5/12

Towers, Drums, Reactors, Vessels, Heat Exchangers, Stacks and Flue Gas Ducts

Gray

N-5.5

Storage Tanks and Spheres - Flammable

White

N-9.5

Storage Tanks and Spheres – Non-Flammable

Gray

N-5.5

Heaters, Boilers and Burners (Stacks, Rooting, Breechings)

Gray

N-5.5

   

7.5R-4.5/14 and

Top 9 meters of Stacks

Checkered Red and White

N-9.5

Steel Structures, Handrails, Stairs and Ladders

Gray

N-5.5

Gates and Fences

-

Galvanized

Pumps, Gas Compressors, Turbines, Blowers, Reduction Gears, Mixers & Auxiliary Equipment and Piping

Light Gray

N-7.0

Instrument Facilities

Vendor STD

-

All Rotating Equipment Guards

Yellow

2.5Y-8/12

Eye Bath & Safety Showers

Yellow

2.5Y-8/12

CSO/CSC valves, Handrails of Platforms (ladder board only), Ladders Safe Cages

Yellow

2.5Y-8/12

Safety Valves

Vendor STD

-

Flare System (including Drum, Exposed Steel and Associated Piping)

Gray

N-6.75

Descriptive Color

Munsell

Colors

Component / Hazard Description

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Electrical Switchboards including Switchgears, Auxiliary Panels, Motor Control Centers, Battery Charger Panels, Distribution Panels, Paging Equipment

   

(a)

External and Internal Surfaces of Switchboards

 
 

(a)

External:

Light

 

(a)

N-7

Gray,

Internal:

 

(b)

Metallic

Parts

of

Flames,

Covers,

etc

of

High

Manufacturer’s

Voltage

Standard

(c)

Meter and Relay Frames

 

(b)

Manufacturer’s

 

Standard

(c)

Black

 

(c)

N-1.5,

(d)

Switch Handles

(d)

General: Black,

Emergency: Red

(d)

N-1.5

 

&

7.5R-

 

4.5/14

Transformers, Motors & Back-up Power Generators

 

Light Gray

 

N-7

 

Cable Ladders

 

Galvanized

 

-

Cable Trays, Trunking and Conduits:

Aluminum or Galvanized

-

& Lighting, (c) Fire Alarm

 

(a) Power (b) Telephone

Loud Speakers & Handset Stations for Paging System

Bright Grayish

 

7.5BG-6/15

Bluegreen

Light Poles

 

Galvanized

 

-

Lighting Fixtures

 

Manufacturer’s Standard

-

Instrument:

     

(a)

Cable Trays

(a)

Galvanized

-

(b)

DCS, Computer System

 

(b)

Manufacturer’s

 

Standard

a.

Greenish Light

 

(c)

Instrument Boards (Conventional Panel)

 

Gray

2.5G-7/2

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a. External Surfaces

b. Internal Surfaces

b.

Manufacturer’s

Standard

-

(d) Control Valves

a.

Body

b. Head

a.

Gray

N-5.5

b.

i.

Red

i. Segmentation, Draining & Depressurizing Valves & Equipment Shutdown Valves

ii. Fail Open Valves

iii. Other Valves

7.5R-4.5/14

i.i. Green

i.i.i Gray

5G-5.5/6

N-5.5

-

c. Positioner, etc

d. Transmitters

e. Other Instruments

c., d. & e. Manufacturer’s Standard

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TABLE 4B: FINISH & SAFETY COLORS – BIMODAL PROPYLENE EXPANSION (HDPE) UNIT

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15.0 PROCESS COLOR CODING FOR PIPING

15.1 A color coding system shall be used to identify piping service. The code shall identify the fluid flowing through a pipe (its service) by the use of different circumferential colored stripes on the pipe.

15.2 The color code shall be indicated on piping at the following locations:

Tank inlets and outlets

Pump discharges and suctions

Loading and unloading connections (pier, lorry loading, cylinder loading, etc)

Near control valves

Near operation valves

Inlets and outlets of underground and inner duct pipes

Upper and lower ends of pipe floor penetrations

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Basic color only – 300 mm wide band

Basic & Sub 1 – 160 mm wide basic color band in the middle with 70mm wide Sub 1 color bands on either side

Basic, Sub 1 & Sub 2 – 160 mm wide basic color band in the middle with 35mm wide Sub 1 color bands on either side of the basic band and 35mm wide Sub 2 color bands on either side of the Sub 1 bands.

15.4 Additionally, a black flow arrow shall be painted on the downstream side of the color bands and the service name in black gothic lettering on the upstream side.

TABLE 5: PROCESS COLOR CODING

Process

Basic Colour

Sub 1

Sub 2

Steam

Orange 10R-5/12

-

-

Potable Water

Blue 5B-5/10

Green 10GY-5/12

 

Demineralized Water

Blue 5B-5/10

White N-9.5

-

Condensate

Blue 5B-5/10

Orange 10R-5/12

-

Waste Water

Dark Blue 2.5PB-3/10

-

-

Instrument Air

White N-9.5

Red 7.5R-4.5/14

-

Plant Air

White N-9.5

Black N-7.5

-

Breathing Air

White N-9.5

Green 10GY-5/12

-

Hydrogen

Pink 5RP-6/12

-

-

Nitrogen

Green 10GY-5/12

-

-

Fuel Gas

Brown 10YR-3/4

-

-

Process

Basic Colour

Sub 1

Sub 2

Vent Gas

Brown 10YR-3/4

Yellow 2.5Y-8/12

-

Propylene

Light Yellow 5Y-8.5/12

-

-

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Ethylene

Light Yellow 5Y-8.5/12

White N-9.5

-

Catalyst P1, P2

Red 7.5R-4.5/14

White N-9.5

-

T2

Red 7.5R-4.5/14

-

-

Modifier A1

Red 7.5R-4.5/14

Yellow 2.5Y-8/12

-

Modifier A2

Red 7.5R-4.5/14

Yellow 2.5Y-8/12

White N-9.5

Modifier A4

Red 7.5R-4.5/14

Yellow 2.5Y-8/12

Black N-7.5

Modifier C

Red 7.5R-4.5/14

Black N-7.5

-

Additives

Yellow 2.5Y-8/12

Green 10GY-5/12

-

Chemicals

Purple 5P/3/10

-

-

Seal Oil

Dark Brown 10YR-2/2

-

-

Lube Oil

Dark Brown 10YR-2/2

-

-

PP Resin

Yellow 2.5Y-8/12

-

-

Brine

Light Blue 5B-7/8

-

-

Refrigerant

Light Blue 5B-7/8

White N-9.5

-

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16.0 DAILY SURFACE PREPARATION & PAINTING REPORT

MATERIAL BATCH NO RECORDS Area/ 1 st Coat 2 nd Coat 3 rd Coat Item
MATERIAL BATCH NO RECORDS
Area/
1 st Coat
2 nd Coat
3 rd Coat
Item
Base
Catalyst
Thinner
Base
Catalyst
Thinner
Base
Catalyst
Thinner
Number
RECORD OF AMBIENT AND SUBSTRATE CONDITIONS
Start of Shift
Mid Shift
End Shift
DATE
Temp C
RH%
Temp C
RH%
Temp C
RH%
Amb:
Amb:
Amb:
Substr:
Substr:
Substr:
Amb:
Amb:
Amb:
Substr:
Substr:
Substr:
Amb:
Amb:
Amb:
Substr:
Substr:
Substr:
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RECORD OF SURFACE PREPARATION ITEM NO: GRADE SPECIFIED DATE OF BLAST CLEANING: GRADE ACHIEVED: PROFILE
RECORD OF SURFACE PREPARATION
ITEM NO:
GRADE SPECIFIED
DATE OF BLAST CLEANING:
GRADE ACHIEVED:
PROFILE READINGS (MICRON)
Remarks:
Average Profile: micron
Accept:
Yes
No
Inspector Name:
Date:
Signature:
DRY FLIM THICKNESS MEASUREMENTS
Item No:
First/Second/Third Coat*
Date and Time of Application:
Specified Cumulative DFT:**
Date:
Time:
Material Mixing Supervised: Yes/No
Remarks
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DRY FILM THICKNESS READINGS (MICRON) Remarks: Average DFT: micron Accept: Yes No Inspector Name: Date:
DRY FILM THICKNESS READINGS (MICRON)
Remarks:
Average DFT: micron
Accept:
Yes
No
Inspector Name:
Date:
Signature:
SUMMARY SHEET
Item No:
Specification No:
SURFACE PREPARATION
Grade of Cleanliness:
Average Profile: microns
FIRST COAT
Time delay after cleaning: hrs
Average DFT: microns
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SECOND COAT

Time delay after 1 st coat: hrs

Average DFT this coat: microns

THIRD COAT

Time delay after 2 nd coat: hrs

Average DFT this coat: microns

TOTAL SYSTEM

Total Average DFT: microns

Adhesion

Pinhole Tested:

Appearance

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