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Employers Name

CTCI CORPORATION
Employers Contract No.: 12P1000A-F0001, 12P1000A-M0001 Employers Engineer:

EP Contractors Names

Alstom K.K. Alstom Taiwan Ltd.

TAIWAN POWER COMPANY


TALIN POWER PLANT RENEWAL PROJECT
POWER GENERATING EQUIPMENT WITH POWER
BLOCK BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES
CONTRACT NO. 8330111M00100

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AA 30 Aug, 2012 Kai Yi Chaoqun ZOU Zhiwen WANG For review
06 15 Jun, 2013 Kai Yi Xuhong Yang Zhipeng Zeng Revise per comment
07 28 Oct, 2013 Kai Yi Xuhong Yang Zhipeng Zeng Revise per comment
08 29 Dec, 2013 Kai Yi Xuhong Yang Zhipeng Zeng Issue for construction
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FOR APPROVAL
Surface Preparation & Painting of Identification number Rev
I00103-0-SW11611-00-MESPE- 08
Equipment & Steelwork 0001
for SWFGD System Customer number
T0-1-GSC01-E9617
Rev. Date Lang. Sheet
0 2013/12/29 En 1/63

ALSTOM 2011. All rights reserved. Please consider the environment before printing this document
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REVISION HISTORY

Rev No. Issue Date Description

A 2013/01/29 FIRST ISSUE FOR APPROVAL

B 2013/04/15 REVISED PER COMMENT

C 2013/06/15 REVISED PER COMMENT

D 2013/10/28 REVISED PER COMMENT

0 2013/12/29 ISSUE FOR CONSTRUCTION

ALSTOM 2011. All rights reserved.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. GENERAL .................................................................................................... 4

2. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS ......................................................... 4


2.1. Definitions..................................................................................................... 4
2.2. Abbreviations ................................................................................................ 5

3. STANDARDS AND CODES.......................................................................... 5

4. APPROVAL OF SUPPLIERS/SUBSUPPLIERS WORKSHOP ..................... 6

5. SURFACE PREPARATION .......................................................................... 7


5.1. General......................................................................................................... 7
5.2. Pre-blasting preparations.............................................................................. 7
5.3. Blast cleaning ............................................................................................... 8
5.4. Surface Preparation...................................................................................... 8
5.5. Treatment for Shipping ................................................................................. 9

6. PAINT APPLICATION ................................................................................ 10


6.1. General....................................................................................................... 10
6.2. Weather Conditions .................................................................................... 11
6.3. Preparation ................................................................................................. 11
6.4. Preparation of Coating Materials................................................................. 12
6.5. Health and Safety at Work.......................................................................... 12
6.6. Protective Coating and Paint ...................................................................... 12
6.7. Particular attention must be paid to full film thickness at edges. ................. 13
6.8. Shop-priming .............................................................................................. 14
6.9. Painting at Suppliers workshop................................................................... 14
6.10. Painting at site ............................................................................................ 14

7. GALVANISED WORK................................................................................. 14

8. REPAIR ...................................................................................................... 16
8.1. Painting ...................................................................................................... 16
8.2. Galvanizing ................................................................................................. 16

9. QUALITY CONTROL.................................................................................. 17

10. WARRANTY OF COATING........................................................................ 18

11. PAINT SYSTEM ......................................................................................... 18

12. COLOUR CODES....................................................................................... 30

13. ATTACEMENTS ......................................................................................... 31


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1. GENERAL

This specification covers the standard requirements for surface preparation and painting of
equipment and steel structures for a Seawater Flue Gas Desulphurisation Plant (SWFGD). The
standards of surface preparations and painting are intended to give a minimum life of more
than 15 years (unless otherwise specified) in a coastal environment, with need for only minor
remedial work in that period.
The Paint Systems to be used will be specified by Buyer as one or more of the Paint Systems
enclosed in clause 11, or paint systems of equal performance as these systems. The Plant is
located nearby the ocean, a highly corrosive atmosphere.
Supplier shall submit his own painting procedure to Buyer. Suppliers surface preparation and
painting procedure shall be in compliance with this specification. The supplier standard painting
system shall satisfy the environmental class C5-M for atmospheric corrosion category and Im2
for water in ISO 12944 for all outdoor equipment uninsulated. For indoor equipment, Class C-2
in ISO12944 shall be satisfied.
In the case of a conflict among the following requirement, the strictest one shall be applied.
If recommendations made by the Supplier imply deviations from these specifications, such
deviations shall be clearly outlined and be subjected to Buyers approval.

2. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS

2.1. Definitions

The following definitions and abbreviations used in this specification are defined as follows:

Buyer : Alstom K.K.


Paint Manufacturer : Manufacturer of the paint
Supplier : Supplier of paint and paintwork (paint applicator)
Contract : Document describing the agreement between Buyer and Supplier
Client : Taiwan Power Company
Feathered : A gradual taper in thickness from a coated surface to an uncoated
surface
Holiday : A discontinuity in a coating which exhibits electrical conductivity
when exposed to a specific voltage
RAL : Colour definitions issued by RAL Deuches Institut fr
Gtesicherung und Kennzeichnung e.V.
Stripe Coat : Supplementary coat applied to ensure adequate protection of
critical areas like edges, welds etc.
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2.2. Abbreviations

DFT : Dry Film Thickness


ISO : International Organization for Standardization
MDFT : Minimum Dry Film Thickness
NDFT : Nominal Dry Film Thickness
SSPC : Steel Structures Painting Council

3. STANDARDS AND CODES

All surface preparation and painting shall be carried out in accordance with the latest issues of
the appropriate ISO specifications and Paint Manufacturers recommendations, as well as this
surface preparation and painting specification.
Subject to the prior approval of the Buyer, the Supplier may adopt appropriate European or
International Standards and codes of Practice, provided that these can be demonstrated to be
of an equivalent or higher standard than the relevant ISO Standard Specifications.
Some of the relevant paint standards and codes are listed below:

ISO 1461 Hot dip galvanized coatings on fabricated iron and steel articles
Specifications and test methods
ISO 2063 Thermal spraying Metallic and other inorganic coatings Zinc,
aluminium and their alloys
ISO 2808 Paint and varnishes - Determination of film thickness
ISO 4624 Paint and varnishes - Pull-off test for adhesion
ISO 4628 Paints and varnishes Evaluation of degradation of coatings
Parts 1-3 designation of quantity and size of defects, and of intensity of uniform
changes in appearance
ISO 8501-1 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products Visual assessment of surface cleanliness Part 1: Rust
grades of uncoated steel substrates and of steel substrates after overall
removal of previous coatings
ISO 8502-3 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products Tests for the assessment of surface cleanliness Part 3:
Assessment of dust on steel surfaces prepared for painting (pressure-
sensitive tape method)
ISO 8502-6 Preparation of steel substrates 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 8503-1 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products Surface roughness characteristics of blast-cleaned steel
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substrates Part 1: Specification and definitions of ISO surface profile


comparators for the assessment of abrasive blast-cleaned surfaces
ISO 8503-3 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products - Surface roughness characteristics of blast-cleaned steel
substrates Part 3: Method for the calibration of ISO surface profile
comparators and for the determination of surface profile - Focusing
microscoping procedure
ISO 11124 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
Parts 1-4 products Specifications for metallic blast-cleaning
ISO 11126 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
Parts 1-10 products Specifications for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives
ISO 12944 Paint and varnishes Corrosion protection of steel structures by
Parts 1-8 protective paint systems
ISO 14713 Zinc Coatings Guidelines and recommendations for the protection
Parts 1-3 against corrosion of iron and steel in structures
NACE CIP2 NACE International Coating Inspector Program Level 2
SSPC-PA2 Measurement of Dry Coating Thickness with Magnetic Gages

The following codes and standards shall be observed and form part of this specification. The
revision that is latest adopted, published, and effective shall apply unless otherwise specified.
SSPC: Steel Structure Painting Council
ASTM A123, A153, A384, A385 and A870: Zinc (Hot-Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and
Steel Products
Munsell: Color system
TPIA: Taiwan Paint Industry Association
CNS: Chinses National Standards
SIS 05 5900: Swedish Standard

4. APPROVAL OF SUPPLIERS/SUBSUPPLIERS WORKSHOP

Buyer shall approve Suppliers painting qualifications (inclusive of the qualifications of Suppliers
Sub-suppliers) before the work starts. The intent of this approval is to secure that the
requirements according to this specification will be met.
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5. SURFACE PREPARATION

5.1. General
This specification covers the general requirements related to the cleaning of equipment,
components and systems. The components and/or equipment shall be mechanically and/or
chemically cleaned during the following stages of the Contract.
- Cleaning in workshop
- Cleaning before painting and/or corrosion protection (application of prime coat)
- Cleaning before erection and during installation
Cleaning of fabricated component items shall be carried out after fabrication and final heat
treatment or welding at manufacturer's works or at site, as appropriate.
Machined surfaces shall be protected during the cleaning operations.
In the event of the surfaces not being cleaned to Buyers satisfaction, such parts of the
cleaning procedures or agreed alternatives as are deemed necessary to overcome the
deficiencies shall be carried out at the Supplier's sole expense.
For recleaning small areas, hand cleaning by wire brushing may be permitted. Wire brushes
used on austenitic materials shall have austenitic steel bristles.
Austenitic stainless steels, copper and aluminium alloys, cast iron, bimetallic and
metallic/plastic items, and components fabricated by spot welding or riveting shall not be
chemically cleaned. All weld areas shall be suitably stress relieved before chemical cleaning.
Paint shall not be applied to surfaces, which are superficially or structurally damp, and
condensation must be absent before the application of each coat. Cleaning and painting shall
be performed only if steel members have been placed on suitable stable supports, at least 60
centimetres above ground.

5.2. Pre-blasting preparations


In general, all surfaces that are to be painted shall be subject to blast cleaning. The use of
surface preparation methods other than blast cleaning shall be restricted to areas where blast
cleaning is proven impossible.
All rough welding-seams to be smoothened by grinding. Steel sections and plates shall be free
from surface flaws and laminations prior to blast cleaning and shall not be in worse conditions
than Pictorial Standard B, ISO 8501. Abrasive materials shall be in accordance with ISO 11124
and ISO 11126.
Prior to blast cleaning all surfaces shall be degreased and washed and shall be free from any
foreign matter such as weld flux, oil, grease and salt.
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5.3. Blast cleaning


All equipment and steel structures shall be blast cleaned to a degree as specified in ISO
12944-5 and clause 11 for the equipment or steel structure and to a surface profile graded in
accordance with ISO 8503 (Grade Fine to medium G 30 85 m Ry).
Control of humidity and air/steel temperature is absolutely necessary to ensure smooth
progress of work, regardless of weather conditions. No final blast cleaning or coating
application shall be done if the relative humidity is more than 85% and when the steel
temperature is less than 3C above the dew point and/or when air temperature is lower than
+4C.
Blast cleaning shall not be carried out in proximity of paint operations or near other surfaces
susceptible to dust and particle contamination. Openings on machinery, instruments etc. shall
be completely sealed before cleaning is started. Precautions shall be taken to avoid damage of
coating on adjacent areas.
After blast cleaning the particle quantity and particle size on surface shall not exceed rating 2 of
ISO 8502-3. Cleaned surfaces shall be painted with priming coat within maximum four hours
after blasting. All surfaces not painted within four hours from the termination of cleaning shall
be re-blasted and painted as specified herein.
By blast cleaning of already coated surfaces, the blast cleaning shall continue a minimum of 25
mm into adjoining coated surfaces.
Any blast cleaning at site shall be agreed upon with Buyer.

5.4. Surface Preparation


In preparing any surface to be coated, all loose paint, dirt, grease, rust, scale, weld slag or
spatter or any other extraneous material shall be removed and defects repaired, so as to obtain
a clean, dry, even surface to receive the priming or finishing coat(s) as called for in the painting
schedules. Sharp edges should be rounded, especially when tank linings have to be applied.
All machined surfaces, including flange faces, shall be suitably covered to prevent damage
during surface preparation. All surfaces should be blast cleaned whenever possible.
Surface preparation method:
Bare steel surfaces should be prepared by one of the methods described below in order of
preference and in accordance with BS 4232 or Swedish Standard SIS 05 59 00 or Steel
Structures Painting Council, USA SSPC, VIS 1, or DIN 55928, Section 4, or equivalent.
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Figure 1 - Degrees of Cleanliness of Surfaces - Correlation of Standards

SIS 055900 DIN 55928, Surface BS 4232 SSPC-VIS


Part 4 preparation only for
method blasting
Sa 2 1/2 Sa 2 1/2 Blasting Second Near white SP 10
quality
Sa 3 Sa 3 First quality White metal SP 5
- PSa 2 1/2 - -
St 2 St 2 Hand/or - Hand tool cleaning
power tool
SP 2
derusting
St 3 St 3 - Power tool
cleaning SP 3
- Fl Flame jet - Flame cleaning
cleaning
SP 4
- Be Pickling - Pickling

Steel structures to be blast cleaned have to be free of pitting and other severely corroded
places in accordance with BS 4232 and SIS 055900 or equivalent.
An air pressure of 7 kg/cm2 at the nozzle shall be used.
After blast-cleaning, all accumulated grit, dust, etc., must be removed leaving the surface clean,
dry and free of mill scale, rust, grease and other foreign matter.
In the event of rusting after completion of the surface preparation, the surface must be cleaned
again in the manner specified.
Oil, grease, soil, cement, salts, acids or other corrosive chemicals shall be cleaned from steel
surfaces, by the use of solvents, emulsions or cleaning compounds. The final wiping shall be
with clean solvent and clean rags or brushes. There shall be no detrimental residue left on the
surface. Primed areas which suffer damage must be spot blasted on site to a degree of
cleanliness SIS Sa 2 1/2 or equivalent before touching up.
Protective coating must be applied as quickly as possible after the completion of surface
preparation no matter what cleaning method has been used.
No painting shall take place outdoor during the presence of rain, fog, dew or where the
surfaces may be otherwise damp; in particular, no application of paint should be made on
plaster surfaces that are not completely dry.
Wood surfaces shall be sanded clean. All nail holes shall be puttied and sanded before
priming.

5.5. Treatment for Shipping


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The various items which do not fall within the painting or lining specifications in the documents
shall be surface treated before shipping.
The various items which constitute the supply shall be thoroughly cleaned before shipment so
as to eliminate dirt, rust and grease and all welding slags, spatter and loose metal.
All metallic machined surfaces shall be covered with a protective coating. This coating shall be
effective against salty air and shall be easily removable at site.
All internal surfaces of reservoirs and tanks shall be coated with an easily washable corrosion
preventive compound.
Piping, valves and other parts that have undergone hydraulic tests and which cannot be
completely dried should be treated with water-absorbing corrosion inhibitor before the
application of protective coating.

6. PAINT APPLICATION

6.1. General
All items of Plant supplied under this Contract except for the items made of stainless steel, if
not otherwise specified, shall be painted and finished in accordance with the requirements,
procedures and standards identified in this specification.
The scope shall include the supply, surface preparation, protection and application of paint in
accordance with the painting specification and the colour code provided by Buyer, but where
particular items are not referred to specifically, they shall be treated in a manner similar to other
comparable items as agreed with Buyer.
The Supplier shall submit the names of the proposed Paint Manufacturer and applicator
together with a quality assurance programme for approval.
Where the Specification differentiates between "Treatment at Manufacturer's Works" and
"Treatment at Site after Completion of Erection," the locations at which different stages of the
treatment are carried out may be modified always providing that each change is specifically
agreed by Buyer and the final finish at Site is to Buyer's satisfaction.
No paint shall be thinned unless specifically recommended by the Paint Manufacturer of that
paint.
Undercoats shall be of appropriate colours and each coat is to be of a different tint, except
where this may be considered impractical. All coats of paint are to be of superior quality.
For equipment being painted within the Supplier's works the Supplier must ensure that
favourable conditions exist in which a good level of cleanliness is being exercised with a
relatively dust free atmosphere, good ventilation and lighting and maintenance of suitable
temperature and humidity conditions.
Where the painting specification refers to "indoor" and "outdoor" locations, in this context all
"indoor" rooms and buildings without air conditioning, heating or forced ventilation shall be
treated as "outdoor."
The Supplier is required to submit a detailed painting procedure for electrical cabinets and
panels to Buyer for his approval within one month of signing of the Contract. The procedure
must include surface preparation, paint process and physical characteristics, application and
type of paint to be used.
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6.2. Weather Conditions


No painting is to be conducted during inclement weather, or when freezing temperatures, high
humidity, frost or windy conditions exist, unless adequate measures are taken to overcome
these problems.
Painting shall be done only when the surface temperature is above 10C unless otherwise
specified in datasheet. Surface temperature must be at least 3C above dew point to ensure
that condensation does not occur on the surface.
Reasonable protection against precipitation and seawater spray shall be exercised for the
painting of outdoor parts.
Precautions shall also be taken against solar radiation to ensure that the specified dry film
thickness (DFT) of priming or finish coasts is obtained.
Any prime coat exposed to excess humidity, rain, dust etc., before drying, shall be permitted to
dry and the damaged area of primer shall be removed and the surface prepared and primed
again.
Sheltered or unventilated horizontal surfaces on which dew may collect require more protection,
and to achieve this, an additional top coat of paint shall be applied.

6.3. Preparation
Before any painting is made, all surfaces must be prepared properly, removing rust, scale,
welding slugs and spatters, grease and encrustation of any nature. Steel surfaces shall be
white blasted in accordance with SSPC Specification SP5. The various paints to be used shall
be of approved quality and type.
No painting shall take place outdoor during the presence of rain, fog, dew or where the
surfaces may be otherwise damp; in particular, no application of paint should be made on
plaster surfaces that are not completely dry.
Surfaces prepared for field welding shall be left unpainted 50 mm from the weld. These
surfaces shall be coated with protective film of oil or other easily removed material to prevent
rusting before erection.
The Supplier shall take special care that all internal parts are carefully and thoroughly cleaned
and wire brushed where necessary before they are erected, to prevent any grit, dirt or other
foreign matter getting into the equipment during started up.
Priming coats of paint should not be applied until the surfaces have been inspected and
preparatory work has been approved by Buyer.
Should surfaces have suffered indentation in the form of sharp edges through use of a power
impact tool, sander and/or power wire brushing which could result in the paint application failing
prematurely, the Supplier will be required to make good these defects.
When required to be painted, copper surfaces shall be thoroughly cleaned to remove all traces
of tarnish, corrosion or grease and then lightly etched with a mild abrasive or white spirit to
form a key.
Temporary corrosion protections are to be completely removed prior to applying the definite
one.
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Steelwork protected by shop primer after arrival on site must be cleaned of salt, sand, oil, etc.
before the first coat of paint is applied. Shop primer damaged during transport must be rectified
by blast-cleaning and coating before application of site coats.

6.4. Preparation of Coating Materials


All containers shall remain unopened until required for use.
Primers and paints which have livered, gelled or otherwise deteriorated shall not be used.
The oldest primer or paint of each kind shall be used first.
All ingredients in any container shall be thoroughly mixed before use, and shall be agitated
frequently during application to keep the primer in suspension.
Primer or paint mixed in the original container shall not be transferred until all settled pigments
are incorporated into the body of liquid.
Mixing in open containers shall be done in a well ventilated area.
Primer or paint shall be mixed in a manner ensuring the breakdown of all lumps complete
dispersion of pigment and uniform composition.
Two-component primers shall be mixed in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
Thinners shall not be added to primers or paints unless necessary for proper application
according to the manufacturer's instructions.
The type of thinners used must comply with the manufacturer's instructions.
When use of thinners is permitted, it must be added to the primer or paint during mixing.

6.5. Health and Safety at Work


The paint supplier shall present a written specification which includes the flash point of the
paint, ventilation requirements, handling precautions such as inhalation, eye and skin
protection, first aid procedure, storage requirements, spill or leak procedure, fire precaution
and waste disposal.
The Supplier has to check that all painting work to be carried out is in accordance with the
specification of the paint supplier, further to all relevant prescriptions and regulations
concerning the health and safety at work.
Paint containing lead, Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) or any other hazardous material is not
allowed.

6.6. Protective Coating and Paint


To the extent practical, coats shall be applied as a continuous film, of uniform thickness and
free of pores. Overspray, skips, runs, sags and drips should be avoided.
The type and number of protective coats for any item requiring painting are to be as per ISO
12944-5 and clause 11.
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Generally, all parts shall receive the specified prime coat(s) at the supplier's works to ensure
that no corrosion occurs during transport to the supplier's expense, leaving the surface clean,
unstained and undamaged.
All prime coatings shall be applied by brush or airless spray or a combination of these methods,
as approved by the coating manufacturer.
Spray guns should not be used outside in windy weather or near surfaces of a contrasting
colour unless the latter is properly protected.
All cold-spray painting shall be done using standard equipment in accordance with accepted
standards and methods.
Care shall be taken not to connect spraying devices for nitro and bakelite paints simultaneously
to oil based paints.
Paint applied to items that are not to be painted shall be removed at the site. Parts which
cannot be damaged during transport shall receive the full number of coats before despatch.
Each coat of paint shall be allowed to harden before the next is applied. For epoxy paint the
hardening time normally is 12-14 hours. Supplier's recommendations regarding hardening time
of epoxy paints must be followed.

6.7. Particular attention must be paid to full film thickness at edges.

Painting shall not be carried out under adverse weather conditions, such as low temperature
(below +4C), during rain or fog and/or above 85 % relative humidity, or when the surface
temperature is less than 3C above the dew point. For application of epoxy coating at
temperatures below +10C a written approval from Buyers representative is required.
The surface to be coated shall be clean, dry, and free from oil / grease and have specified
roughness and cleanliness until the first coat is applied. The maximum content of soluble
impurities on the blasted surface as sampled using ISO 8502-6 and distilled water, shall not
exceed a conductivity corresponding to a NaCl content of 20 mg/m2. Equivalent methods may
be used.
Surfaces or coatings which have been subjected to dirt, grease, dust, salts, blast abrasives, etc.
shall be cleaned prior to application of an additional paint layer. The surface or old coating
must have a faultless binding to the under layer, which shall not be affected by the additional
layer.
Before application, the paints shall be homogenised by means of agitation, in order to provide
an even consistency. Suitable agitation shall be continued throughout application.
The standards also refer to Indoor and Outdoor locations. In this context all Indoor rooms
and buildings without air conditioning, heating air or forced ventilation shall be treated as
Outdoor.
No consecutive coats of paint, except in the case of white, should be the same shade. Thinners
shall not be used except with the written agreement by the paint manufacturer or the Buyer.
A supplementary coat (stripe coat) shall be applied to ensure uniform coverage of critical areas
like edges, welds, etc. between each coat, according to ISO 12944-5.
Paint application shall not be performed when specified conditions are outside the Paint
Manufacturer's recommendation. The method of application shall be in accordance with the
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Paint Manufacturers recommendations. Procedures and additional requirements specified by


the Paint Manufacturer shall be strictly followed, i.e. surface preparation, climate in the paint
shop, recoating intervals, surface cleaning between coats, curing time, etc.
All planished and bright parts shall be coated with grease, oil or other approved rust
preventative before dispatch and during erection. This protective coating shall be cleaned off
and parts polished before being handed over to the Buyer.
Paint from one approved manufacturer only shall be used on any one steel member.

6.8. Shop-priming
In many cases the steel plates are delivered with a thin coat of shop-primer applied by the
steel-mill for protection during transport, storage and fabrication. This shall not be regarded as
the first coat in the paint system.

6.9. Painting at Suppliers workshop


All painting shall be performed in the workshop, if not otherwise specified. The colour of
intermediate coatings shall deviate significantly from the primer and the topcoat.
All surfaces where site welding will be performed shall be masked/ taped before painting. The
masking/ tape shall be removed immediately after painting is completed, prior to delivery. The
surfaces where site welding will be performed shall be temporary protected by a weldable
shop primer, like Jotun Muki-Z low zinc-silicate primer or similar.
Immediately after the protective treatment has been applied all vessels and pipes shall be
suitably sealed off by discs or caps or approved alternatives to prevent ingress from the
surrounds. Cylindrical plugs shall not be driven into the ends of pipes. These protective
covers shall not be removed until immediately before final connection is made to the
associated equipment.

6.10. Painting at site


All tape for masking of surfaces to be welded on Site that are not already removed by
fabrication shop, shall be removed at arrival at Site as scope of work for Erection contractor.
Repair work and touch-up on site shall be done according to applicable Paint System clause 11.
After erection of all equipment and items mounted on or supported by the steelwork is
complete and all fasteners have been tightened as required by specifications:
Thoroughly clean to remove all scale, rust, loose paint, salt, oil, grease and dirt. Paint coat s to
be touched-up where necessary to a standard equal to the specified finish quality and specified
thickness. This process may require several coats of paint applied consistent with applicable
specified painting standards.
Colours shall be in accordance with clause 12.
The equipment will arrive at site with finish coat. Supplier shall provide specification of touch-up
paint to be applied for equipment.

7. GALVANISED WORK
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All galvanising shall be carried out by the hot dip process to conform in all respects with the
approved standards.
Attention shall be paid to the detail design of members with adequate provision for filling,
venting, and draining shall be made for assemblies fabricated from hollow sections. Vent holes
shall be suitably plugged after galvanising.
All surface defects in the steel including cracks, surface laminations, laps and folds shall be
removed. All drilling, cutting, welding, forming and final fabrications of unit members and
assemblies shall be completed before the structures are galvanised. The surface of the
steelwork to be galvanised shall be free from welding slag, paint, oil, grease and similar
contaminants.
The minimum average coating weight shall be as specified in the approved standard.
On removal from the galvanising bath the resultant coating shall be smooth, continuous, and
free from gloss, surface imperfections such as bare spots, lumps, blisters and inclusions of flux,
ash or dross.
Galvanised contact surfaces to be jointed by high strength friction grip bolts shall be roughened
before assembly so that the required slip factor to approved standards is achieved. Care shall
be taken to ensure that the roughening is confined to the net area of the faying surface.
Bolts, nuts and washers to fit the galvanised equipment except for high strength friction grip
bolts shall be hot dip galvanised and subsequently centrifuged. Nuts shall be tapped up to 0.4
mm oversize after galvanising and the threads oiled to permit the nuts to be finger turned on
the bolt for the full depth of the nut.
During off-loading, erection nylon slings shall be used. Galvanised work which is to be stored
in works or on site shall be stacked so as to provide adequate ventilation to all surfaces to
avoid wet storage staining (white rust).
For all steel members and assemblies, if the specified base material thickness is between 2mm
to 4.9mm, the weight of zinc coating shall not be less than 450 g/m; if the specified base
material thickness is more than 5mm, the weight of zinc coating shall not be less than 600
g/m.For piping, hangers, supports, fitting and specialties, the weight of zinc coating shall not
be less than 610 g/m.
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8. REPAIR
8.1. Painting
Damaged paint film of the previously applied coat due to clashing, scratching, rusting, welding,
gas cutting and others shall be completely removed and repaired according to their grade as
follows:
1) When the first priming coat is not damaged (see Fig.1), the damaged paint film shall
only be removed with grinder, and painting shall be carried out in accordance with the
original specification.
2) When the first priming coat is damaged (see Fig.2), the second paint film at a distance
of not less than 100 mm from the edge of the damaged paint film shall be removed.
Then the surface preparation and painting shall be carried out in accordance with the
original specification.
3) The repairing area should be painted by brush, and when wide area is repaired roller
method is acceptable. However the other method is applied when paint manufacture
recommends it by their manual.
4) Paint film at the border of the repaired area shall be smooth surfaces.

8.2. Galvanizing
Areas of the galvanised coating damaged in any way shall be restored by:
(i) Cleaning the area of any weld slag and thoroughly wire brushing to give a clean surface.
(ii) The application of two (2) coats of zinc rich paint, or the application of a low melting
point zinc alloy repair rod or powder to the damaged area, which is heated to 300oC.
After fixing, bolt heads, washers and nuts shall receive two (2) coats of zinc rich paint.
Connections between galvanised surfaces and copper, copper alloy or aluminium surfaces
shall be protected by suitable inert tape wrappings to the Buyer's approval, or an approved
equivalent to prevent corrosion.
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9. QUALITY CONTROL

Where paint coatings are proposed for the protection of surfaces of equipment exposed to
corrosive conditions, such as plant items exposed to brine or sea water immersion in liquid, or
wet gases, the Coatings shall be formulated to be suitably corrosion resistant and shall be high
voltage spark tested at works and/or at Site prior to commissioning. The test procedure shall
be based on the use of a high voltage direct current. The voltage used shall be 75% of the
breakdown voltage of the coatings. This breakdown voltage shall first be separately
determined using test plates coated with the specified coating formulation and thickness. The
coating on the test plate shall also be micro-sectioned by the applicator to show that it is free
from vacuoles and other defects likely to invalidate the test procedure.
If the defects revealed by the above test procedure do not exceed one per 5m2 of coating
surface, the repairs shall be re-tested after any curing is complete, and this procedure shall be
repeated until the defects are less than one per 5m2 of coating surface. After repair of these
defects, the equipment can be placed in service without further testing.
All coatings proposed for the internal protection of domestic water storage tank shall be
certified by an approved independent Authority as suitable for use in potable water installations
and shall meet the non-tainting requirements of the approved Standard.
All shop painted surfaces damaged in transit or installation, all bolted or welded connections
carried out at site shall be touched-up to achieve the original quality and appearance.
Exposed fabrication, erection, or shipping marks shall be cleaned off and the areas touched-up
shall be painted to match the adjacent surfaces.
Dry film thickness may be determined by removing small samples of dry film or by the correct
use of approved commercial paint film thickness measuring meters.
Continuity of paint film on metal surfaces may be checked by low voltage holiday detector.
Inadequately coated areas shall be circled with chalk.
Paint shall have sufficient adhesion to prevent the hardened coat being lifted as a layer when a
blade of a dull putty knife is inserted under it. Intercoat adhesion shall be such that two or
more hardened coats shall not delaminate when tested with a sharp knife.
After completion of work, Buyer reserves the right of requiring and witnessing a test on the
painting of any part of the supply. Twelve (12) months after the work termination, the final tests
and inspection will take place. Such tests will be carried out by Buyer to ascertain the
correspondence of the paintwork to color and treatment prescribed. These tests will indicate
whether or not the paintwork is correctly applied and is free from wrinkles or roughness which
might affect the adhesion of the protective coating.
The Supplier shall provide all apparatus to be used for the test, such as dry film thickness
gauge.
Should the measured dry film thickness be less than specified, the Supplier shall apply
additional paint to the coat inspected or shall increase the thickness of succeeding coats, as
applicable, to ensure the specified total dry film thickness.
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10. WARRANTY OF COATING


The guarantee period of the paintwork shall be three (3) years. During this period it will remain
the responsibility of the Supplier to repair or replace without charge all paint work showing
defects (such as discoloration, peeling, wrinkles, bubbles, flakes of rust, etc.) where it may be
shown that the deterioration arises from:
a) Insufficient cleaning of the surfaces before painting
b) Incorrect preparation
c) Incorrect application of paint itself to the surface

11. PAINT SYSTEM


All painting systems are subject to approval by the Buyer. Paint system shall be in compliance
with the latest ISO 12944, Paint and varnishes Corrosion protection of steel structures by
protective paint systems Part 5: Protective paint systems, Annex A.
Guards for outdoor installation shall be stainless steel.
All specified dry film thicknesses (DFT) are minimum thickness.
Colour shall be in accordance with clause 12.
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Ducting

Finish Color
Painting Finish
No. Item Color RAL TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System Coat at
Name Code Code

Hot air duct & flue


gas duct/
External
surface
P-61 Shop YES
1

damper Internal
(Insulated) P-61 Shop NO
surface
Accessories for hot
air duct & flue gas
External
surface
P-61 Shop YES
2 duct
- Access door/
etc.-
Internal
surface
P-61 Shop NO

3
Expansion joint for duct
(Insulated) - Frame-
P-61 Shop YES
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Finish Color
Painting Finish
No. Item Color RAL TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System Coat at
Name Code Code

Expansion joint for


duct
External
surface
P-61 Shop YES
4

(Insulated) Internal
- Bellows- P-61 Shop NO
surface

5 Damper linkage P1 Shop Light Grey 7035 NO


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Finish Color
Painting Finish
No. Item Color RAL TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System Coat at
Name Code Code
for
Column G1+P2 Shop NO
Outdoor
Beam Munsell color system
Brace 2.5PB 8/4 for
P1 Shop NO
Indoor
Leg on hot air Color Difference E=8.59
duct P1 Shop NO
and flue gas duct
for
G1+P2 Shop NO
Outdoor
Stair stringer
for
Galleries set P1 Shop NO
6 Indoor
on duct
Handrails
G1+P3 Site NO
- top rails

Handrails
- middle rails
G1+P3 Shop NO
- stanchion
- toe plate

Steel grating /
G1 Shop NO
Stair tread


The finish color for all handrails, stair stringer and toe plates shall be the color of TPIA code No. 16(Lemon yellow)*40% mixed with the No.
18(medium yellow)*60%. It's similar to the color of sunny side up 37yy61/877 of ICI Dulux paints(ICI
)
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Piping
Finish Finish Color *1
Painting
No. Item Coat Color Munsell TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System
at Name Code Code

1 Rain water piping P5 Deep blue 5PB2/4 #50 Stainless steel

Embedded
Miscellaneous
2 P4 Deep blue 5PB2/4 #50 part shall not
vent / drain piping
be painted

3 Seal air piping P4 Silver grey 5PB6/1 #36

4 Plant air piping P4 Silver grey 5PB6/1 #36


Miscellaneous
uninsulated *2 NO
piping Instrument air
5 P5 White Stainless steel
piping

Peacock
6 Sea water piping P5 5PB3/10 #47
blue

Cooling water Sapphire


7 P4 5BG9/2 #97
piping blue

Except
Service water Sapphire
8 P4 5BG9/2 #97 sanitary waste
piping blue
water
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Finish Finish Color *1


Painting
No. Item Coat Color Munsell TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System
at Name Code Code

Waste water
9 P4 Deep blue 5PB2/4 #50
piping

Lemon
10 Lub. oil piping P4 7.5Y8/12 #16
yellow
*2 NO
Miscellaneous
uninsulated Hydraulic Light
11 P4 5Y8.5/8 #15
piping Lubricant oil yellow

Chemical dosing
12 P5 Light violet 2.5P7/6 #56 Stainless steel
piping

13 Sampling piping No paint NO Stainless steel

Auxiliary steam Vermillion


14 P-61 Shop 7.5R9/20 #25
Miscellaneous piping red
insulated
piping Sootblower steam Vermillion
15 P-61 shop 7.5R9/20 #25 YES
piping red

*1 : Finish color of piping is as per Attachment 5 in this document.


*2 : The application of finish coat of over 2 inches diameter pipe shall be at Shop, and 2 inches diameter and under shall be at Site.
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Structure and galleries
The finish color for all structure steels shall be color Munsell color system2.5PB 8/4, Color Difference E=8.59, same as the sixth layer siding
of boiler house.

The finish color for all handrails, stair stringer and toe plates shall be the color of TPIA code No. 16(Lemon yellow)*40% mixed with the No.
18(medium yellow)*60%. It's similar to the color of sunny side up 37yy61/877 of ICI Dulux paints(ICI
)

Finish Finish Color


Painting
No. Item Coat Color RAL TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System
at Name Code Code

Column / For
Bumper column / G1+P2 Shop NO Outdoor
Girder / *1 Group 1
Beam /
Brace /
Truss / for
1 Steel structure Knee brace / P1 Shop NO Outdoor
Hanger post / *2 Group 2
Monorail beam /
Supporting steel
for wall /
Gallery support for
P1 Shop NO
beam Indoor

G1+P2
or All painting
Erection joint
P1 work
2 parts Site NO
(same as performed
by weld at site
main at site
member)
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Finish Finish Color


Painting
No. Item Coat Color RAL TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System
at Name Code Code
Contact surface NO
Erection joint
All painting
3 parts TS bolt & Nut /
work
by TS bolts Opposite surface P1 Site NO
performed
of contact surface
at site

*1 Group 1: the cross-section dimension of steel member is not greater than 1.8m*5m
*2 Group 2: the cross-section dimension of steel member is greater than 1.8m*5m
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Finish Color
Painting Finish
No. Item Color RAL TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System Coat at
Name Code Code

G1+P2 Shop NO For Outdoor


Stair stringer
P1 Shop NO For Indoor
Handrails
G1+P3 Shop NO
- top rails
Handrails
- middle rails
G1+P3 Shop NO
- stanchion
- toe plate
4 Gallery
Steel grating/
G1 Shop NO
Stair tread

Chequer plate G1 Shop NO


Material is
Vertical ladder - Shop NO
SS 316
G3+P3 Shop NO For Outdoor
Steel deck
G3 Shop NO For Indoor

Machine bolt / Anchor bolt


5 G2 Shop NO
(with washers and nuts)

6 Piping Rack Structure Steel G1+P2 Shop


7 Piping Sleeper Structure Steel G1+P2 Shop
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Support & auxiliary equipment


The finish color for all structure steels shall be color Munsell color system2.5PB 8/4, Color Difference E=8.59, same as the sixth layer siding
of boiler house.

The finish color for all handrails, stair stringer and toe plates shall be the color of TPIA code No. 16(Lemon yellow)*40% mixed with the No.
18(medium yellow)*60%. It's similar to the color of sunny side up 37yy61/877 of ICI Dulux paints(ICI
)

Finish Color
Painting Finish
No. Item Color RAL TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System Coat at
Name Code Code

Support for
P1 Shop NO
Ducting / general use
1 equipment
support Steel
Insulated part P-61 Shop YES

Support for
P4 Shop NO
Piping support general use
2
Steel
Insulated part P-61 Shop YES
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Finish Color
Painting Finish
No. Item Color RAL TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System Coat at
Name Code Code
for
Column G1+P2 Shop NO
Outdoor
Beam / Support
Brace for
P1 Shop NO
Indoor
for
G1+P2 Shop NO
Outdoor
Stair stringer
for
P1 Shop NO
Indoor

Galleries for Handrails


3 G1+P3 Site NO
aux. equipment - top rails

Handrails
- middle rails
G1+P3 Shop NO
- stanchion
- toe plate

Steel grating /
G1 Shop NO
Stair tread

Stanchion and support steel for


4 P1 Shop
equipment
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Oil Tank and Water Tank

Finish Color
Painting Finish
No. Item Color RAL TPIA
Insulation Remarks
System Coat at
Name Code Code

Internal surface P52 Shop NO


1 Oil/Water Tanks
RAL Emerald
External Surface P51 Shop 6001
NO Green
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12. COLOUR CODES

For the SWFGD Plant the following colours shall be applicable for the topcoat, if not otherwise
specified. For equipment not in the following list, manufacturer standard will be applied.

Finish color of piping is as per Attachment 5 in this document.

No. Name RAL Schemes


1 GGH
High-pressure flush water pump RAL 5002 Ultramarine Blue
Low-pressure flush water pump RAL 5002 Ultramarine Blue
sootblowers RAL 1004 Golden Yellow

2 Damper RAL 7035 Light Grey

3 Pump
Raw water pump & Sampling pump RAL 6001 Emerald Green
Seawater supply pump and its valve RAL 6001 Emerald Green

4 Oxidation air system


Oxidation air blower RAL 5014 Pigieon Blue
Oil station for Oxidation air blower RAL 8014 Sepia Brown

5 Seal air fan system RAL 5014 Pigieon Blue

6 Instrument air system RAL 5014 Pigieon Blue

7 Water Tank RAL 6001 Emerald Green

8 Electrical Equipment
ANSI Z55.1 of No.61 Light Grey
Motor, Enclosure, Panel and Cabinet (indoor)
(Mensell 8.3G 6.10/0.54)
ANSI Z55.1 of No.24 Dark grey
Motor, Enclosure, Panel and Cabinet (outdoor)
(Mensell 1 DB 2.40/1.18)
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13. ATTACEMENTS

Attachment 1: Surface preparation


Attachment 2: Paint to be used
Attachment 3: Painting system
Attachment 4: Galvanizing
Attachment 5: Piping indentification system
Attachment 6: Equipment Marking
Attachment 7: Requirement from client
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Attachment 1 Surface Preparation


Code and Grade
to be Applied
Class Method Surface Condition
ISO (SIS) SSPC

All steel to be galvanized shall first be degreased


by a hot alkaline or other bath, rinsed and then
descaled. Descaling shall be by shotblasting or a


dilute acid bath. A second rinse and drying is
S1 Acid descaling required. Material shall then be coated with a flux
to protect steel from further corrosion until coated
with zinc. Mill scale, rust, oil welding residue and
other foreign matter shall be removed before
galvanizing.

Surface preparation of structural steel for painting


shall conform to SSPC-SP10, "Near White Blast
Cleaning", of the Structural Steel Painting
Council.
S2 Blast cleaning All rust, mill-scale and foreign matter shall be Sa 2.5 SP 10
completely removed except for slight shadows,
streaks or discoloration caused by rust stain.
At least 95% of the surface shall be recognized as
white metal.

The surface preparation of galvanized steel for


S3 Solvent cleaning
painting shall conform to SSPC-SP1, "Solvent
Cleaning" of the Structural Steel Painting
SP1
Council.

All loose rust and loose mill-scale or non-


adherent rust shall be removed.
Power-tool
S Base metal will be appeared partially, and St 3 SP 3
cleaning
remaining rust and scale will hardly be found on
the surface.
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Attachment 2 Paint to be Used


Paint Abbreviation

Lead-Free, Chromium-Free Anticorrosive Paint


ACP
Inorganic zinc rich primer
IZP
Inorganic zinc rich paint - High build type
IZP-HB
Organic zinc rich primer
OZP
Organic zinc rich paint - High build type
OZP-HB
Epoxy Middle Coating
EP
Epoxy M.I.O coat
EP-M
Epoxy Alloy Primer
EP-A
Polyurethane finish paint of Alkaline and acid resistance PU


Heat resistent (80 200 ) Silicone resin paint SI-L
(Cold cure type)

Heat resistent (200 400 ) Silicone resin paint SI-H
(Cold cure type)
Heat resistent (200400) Silicone resin paint
SI-HH
(Cold cure type)
Aluminum paint ALP
Epoxy Zinc rich Paint for repair of galvanizing surface (Silver) GL-TU
Epoxy Tank lining (primer) EP-P
Epoxy Tank lining (Intermediate/Finish) EP-T
Tar Free Epoxy Resin Paint
TE
Epoxy Concrete Primer
EP-C
Fluorocarbon Resin Paint
FLC

The finish paint may be gloss finish.


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Attachment 3 Painting System


(Painting systems based on environments and components)

Structural steel,
P1
Surface temperature not exceeding 80

1. When finish coating is carried out at SHOP, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Surface Preparation SSPC-SP10
First Coat IZP-HB 1 75
Shop Second Coat EP 1 25
Third Coat EP-M 1 50
Fourth Coat PU 2 30
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
SSPC-SP3
Touch -up First Coat *2 OZP-HB (1) (75)
Site
Touch -up Second Coat *2 EP (1) (25)
Touch -up Third Coat *2 EP-M (1) (50)
Touch -up Fourth Coat *2 PU (2) (30)
Total Thick. 210 *1
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2. When finish coating is carried out at SITE, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Surface Preparation SSPC-SP10
First Coat IZP-HB 1 75
Shop
Second Coat EP 1 25
Third Coat EP-M 1 50
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
SSPC-SP3
Touch -up First Coat *2 OZP-HB (1) (75)
Site
Touch -up Second Coat *2 EP (1) (25)
Touch -up Third Coat *2 EP-M (1) (50)
Touch -up Fourth Coat *2 PU 2 30
Total Thick. 210 *1

*1 Surfaces of parts which are inaccessible after assembly or erection shall be prime-coated with a dry
film thickness of 100 to 130 micron in one coating application.
*2 The damaged surface shall be prepared and repaired at site as specified.
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Ducting, Vessel and Misc. Steel ,


P1
Surface temperature not exceeding 80

1. When finish coating is carried out at SHOP, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Surface Preparation SSPC-SP10
First Coat IZP-HB 1 75
Shop Second Coat EP 1 25
Third Coat EP-M 1 50
Fourth Coat PU 2 30
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
SSPC-SP3
Touch -up First Coat *2 OZP-HB (1) (75)
Site
Touch -up Second Coat *2 EP (1) (25)
Touch -up Third Coat *2 EP-M (1) (50)
Touch -up Fourth Coat *2 PU (2) (30)
Total Thick. 210 *1
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2. When finish coating is carried out at SITE, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Surface Preparation SSPC-SP10
First Coat IZP-HB 1 75
Shop
Second Coat EP 1 25
Third Coat EP-M 1 50
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
SSPC-SP3
Touch -up First Coat *2 OZP-HB (1) (75)
Site
Touch -up Second Coat *2 EP (1) (25)
Touch -up Third Coat *2 EP-M (1) (50)
Touch -up Fourth Coat *2 PU 2 30
Total Thick. 210 *1

*1 Surfaces of parts which are inaccessible after assembly or erection shall be prime-coated with a dry
film thickness of 100 to 130 micron in one coating application.
*2 The damaged surface shall be prepared and repaired at site as specified.
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Structural steel,
P2
(on Galvanized surface)
Surface temperature not exceeding 80

1. When finish coating is carried out at SHOP, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats Thickness
(m/one
Location Operation
coat)
Surface Preparation SSPC-SP1
Primer Coat EP-A 1 20
Shop
Intermediate Coat EP-M 2 50
Finish Coat PU 2 35
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
SSPC-SP3
Touch-up Primer Coat *2 EP-A (1) (20)
Site Touch -up Intermediate
Coat EP-M (2) (50)
*2
Touch -up Finish Coat *2 PU (2) (35)
Total Thick. 190

2. When finish coating is carried out at SITE, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats Thickness
(m/one
Location Operation
coat)
Surface Preparation SSPC-SP1
Shop Primer Coat EP-A 1 20
Intermediate Coat EP-M 2 50
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
SSPC-SP3
Touch-up Primer Coat *2 EP-A (1) (20)
Site Touch -up Intermediate
Coat EP-M (2) (50)
*2
Finish Coat PU 2 35
Total Thick. 190

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Misc. steel
P3
(on Galvanized surface)
Surface temperature not exceeding 80

1. When finish coating is carried out at SHOP, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Surface Preparation SSPC-SP1
Shop Primer Coat EP-A 1 20
Finish Coat PU 2 35
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
SSPC-SP3
Site
Touch-up Primer Coat *2 EP-A (1) (20)
Touch -up Finish Coat *2 PU (2) (35)
Total Thick. 90

2. When finish coating is carried out at SITE, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats Thickness
(m/one
Location Operation
coat)
Shop
Surface Preparation SSPC-SP1
Primer Coat EP-A 1 20
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
SSPC-SP3
Site
Touch-up Primer Coat *2 EP-A (1) (20)
Finish Coat PU 2 35
Total Thick. 90

*2 The damaged surface shall be prepared and repaired at site as specified.


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Piping and pipe support (Carbon steel)
P4 Surface temperature (-10 T 90 ) T: represent operation temperature

1. When finish coating is carried out at SHOP, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Surface Preparation SIS-Sa 2.5
First Coat IZP-HB 1 75
Second Coat EP 1 25
Shop
Third Coat EP-M 1 75
Fourth Coat PU 1 25
Fifth Coat PU 1 35
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
SIS-St3
Touch -up First Coat *2 OZP-HB (1) (75)
Site Touch -up Second Coat *2 EP (1) (25)
Touch -up Third Coat *2 EP-M (1) (75)
Touch -up Fourth Coat *2 PU (1) (25)
Touch -up Fifth Coat *2 PU (1) (35)
Total Thick. 235
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2. When finish coating is carried out at SITE, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Surface Preparation SIS-Sa 2.5
First Coat IZP-HB 1 75
Shop Second Coat EP 1 25
Third Coat EP-M 1 75
Fourth Coat PU 1 25
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
SIS-St3
Touch -up First Coat *2 OZP-HB (1) (75)
Site Touch -up Second Coat *2 EP (1) (25)
Touch -up Third Coat *2 EP-M (1) (75)
Touch -up Fourth Coat *2 PU (1) (25)
Touch -up Fifth Coat *2 PU 1 35
Total Thick. 235

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Piping and pipe support (Cast iron / Stainless steel / Zinc-plated steel)
P5
Surface temperature (-10 T 90 ) T: represent operation temperature

1. When finish coating is carried out at SHOP, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
SSPC-SP1
Surface Preparation
(for Galvanized surface)
or SIS-Sa2.5

Shop (for painted surface)
Primer Coat EP-A 1 50
Second Coat PU 1 25
Third Coat PU 1 35
SSPC-SP1
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
(for Galvanized surface)
or SIS-St3

Site (for painted surface)
Touch-up Primer Coat *2 EP-A (1) (50)
Second Coat PU (1) (25)
Third Coat PU (1) (35)
Total Thick. 110
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2. When finish coating is carried out at SITE, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats Thickness
(m/one
Location Operation
coat)
SSPC-SP1
Surface Preparation
(for Galvanized surface)
or SIS-Sa2.5

Shop
(for painted surface)
Primer Coat EP-A 1 50
Second Coat PU 1 25
SSPC-SP1
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *2
(for Galvanized surface)
or SIS-St3

Site (for painted surface)
Touch-up Primer Coat *2 EP-A (1) (50)
Second Coat PU (1) (25)
Third Coat PU 1 35
Total Thick. 110

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Carbon steel pipes (with insulation)


P6
80
Surface temperature (-10
T ) T: represent operation temperature

1. When finish coating is carried out at SHOP, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Surface Preparation SIS-Sa 2.5
Shop Under Coat IZP-HB 1 75
Finish Coat EP 1 25 *2
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *1
SIS-St 3
Site
Touch-up Under Coat *1 OZP-HB (1) (75) *2
Touch-up Finish Coat *1 EP (1) (25) *2
Total Thick. 100

2. When finish coating is carried out at SITE, the following system shall be applied.
Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats Thickness
(m/one
Location Operation
coat)
Shop
Surface Preparation SIS-Sa 2.5
Under Coat IZP-HB 1 75
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *1
SIS-St 3
Site
Touch-up Under Coat *1 OZP-HB (1) (75) *2
Touch-up Finish Coat *1 EP 1 25 *2
Total Thick. 100

*2 The damaged surface shall be prepared and repaired at site as specified.


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G1
G4 Galvanized Surface
(Refer to the Attachment 4 for the coating minimum mass of zinc)

Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Coating minimum mass shall be referred to Attachment 4
Surface Preparation Class S1
Shop
Coat G1 G4 Attachment 4

Site
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *1
Class S4
Touch-up *1 GL-TU (1) (75)
Total Thick.

P-51 Outside and Bottom of tank

Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Surface Preparation Class S2(SSPC-SP10)
Shop Under Coat OZP-HB 1 75
Finish Coat TE 1 200

Site
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *1
Class S4(SSPC-SP3)

Touch-up *1 TE 1 (200)
Total Thick.
*1 The damaged surface shall be prepared and repaired at site as specified.
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P-52 Internal coating for oil/water tank

Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Surface Preparation Class S2(SSPC-SP10)
Shop Under Coat EP-T 1 125
Finish Coat EP-T 1 125
Surface Preparation for
Touch-up *1
Class S4(SSPC-SP3)

Site
Touch-up under coat *1 EP-T 1 (125)
Touch-up finish coat *1 EP-T 1 (125)
Total Thick. 250
*1 The damaged surface shall be prepared and repaired at site as specified.

P-61 Corrosion Protection


(For the period of transportation and storage before erection)

Minimum
Procedure Dry Film
Description Nos of Coats
Thickness
Location Operation (m/one coat)
Shop
Surface Preparation Class S4(SSPC-SP3)
Coat ACP 1 35
Total Thick. 35
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Attachment 4 Galvanizing
1. Galvanizing process shall conform in all respects to ASTM A123, ASTM A153, ASTM A384, ASTM A385
and ASTM A780., and shall be performed by the hot dip process unless otherwise specified.
2. The coating mass by galvanizing shall be referred as follows:

Specified base metal Minimum weight of Zinc


thickness coating
Items Class
(mm) (g/ )
2 t <4.9 450
5t
G1
600


All steel members and
assemblies G2 300

G3 275

Piping, Hangers, Supports,


Fitting and Specialties
G4 610
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Attachment 5 Piping Identification System


All piping systems shall be painted with finish color as specified in the separate document, "Color Application
List" issued by each consortium member. The piping identification system shall be also marked on all piping
systems for easy identification.

The piping identification system shall follow the requirements of CNS-9329 Z1025 and the following:

1) The piping identification system shall at least include the characters to indicate the flow medium (material)
and flow arrow to indicate the flow direction.

2) The identification characters and the flow arrow can be marked with paint or color tape.

3) The characters shown on piping shall be marked in Chinese and with English as reference, if necessary.

4) This specification is applicable to the surface preparation and corrosion protection of the equipment stated
below.

5) The characters shown on the pipe shall be marked with either white or black color, but the characters for fire
protection piping shall be marked with white color.

6) The piping shall be marked as follows:

a. Sampling of the piping mark


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b.
The straight pipe shall be marked with an arrow for each 100 m.
If some pipes are routed in parallel, the arrow shall be shown on
similar location.

c. The arrow at fittings shall be shown as follows:

d. The arrow at valve shall be shown as follows:

e. The arrow for the pipe penetrating the building wall shall be shown
as follows:

f. For insulated piping, following color tape shall be put on the metal jacket instead of finish color coat.
The pitch of color tape shall be same as the above arrows. (100m maximum)
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Attachment 6: Equipment Marking


Unless otherwise specified, major equipment number shall be clearly marked for the required equipment in
accordance with this specification.
The marking practice of the equipment shall be specified as follows:
a) In the case of vessels, heaters, heat exchangers and tanks, these tag. No. shall be painted in black and white
at easy visible section from the road, and those lettering shall be approximately 2000mm above ground or
base foundation.
b) The size of lettering shall be as following table:

Item Height
Vessels, heaters, heat exchangers, tanks

Outside diameter 5m 100 mm


5m < Outside diameter < 15m 300 mm
Outside diameter 15m 600 mm

Larger rotary machines 100 mm


(Foundations 800mm)

Small rotary machines 50 mm


(Foundations < 800mm)

c) Space between letters shall be 10% of the size of the letter or 15mm, whichever is larger.
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Attachment 7: Requirement from client


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3. Kick plates

Kick plates shall conform to CNS G3057 SM400 or ASTM A36.

4. Grating

Grating and grating treads shall conform to the requirements of


NAAMM Type W-19-4 steel with welded spacer bars. Grating steel shall
conform to CNS G3057 SM400 or ASTM A36. Grating stair tread shall
have a nosing. The nosing shall be CNS G3057 SM400 or ASTM A36
checkered plate.

5. Steel Stair

The channel stringers of stair shall conform to CNS G3057 SM400 or


ASTM A36.

6. Ladder

Indoor ladders and cages shall be steel conforming to ASTM A36.


Stainless steel SUS 316 material shall be used for outdoor ladders.

7. Checkered plate

Checkered plate shall conform to CNS G3057 SM400 or ASTM A36.

8. Steel deck

Steel deck shall conform to CNS G3201 SDP2G-Z27 or JIS G3352


SDP2G-Z27.

9. Base Plate

Column base plates shall be ASTM A36/A572 solid steel plates. The
maximum allowable bearing pressure on foundation shall be in
accordance with the AISC specification.

10. Manholes covers

Manholes covers shall be prefabricated heavy duty castings conforming


to ASTM A48 or A536.

11. Other Misc. Steel shall conform to ASTM A36/A572 or CNS


SM490/SM400.

10.1.5 Galvanizing and Painting

All relevant requirements stipulated in this section shall be the minimum


requirement. Contractor shall be responsible to provide properly galvanized
and painted product according to the related practices, codes and requirements

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listed in this Specification.

The galvanizing and painting plan of structural steel shall be subject to


TPC/Engineers approval before Contractor commences to proceed with
fabrication.

10.1.5.1 Galvanizing

1. Galvanizing of structural steel/hardware shall conform to ASTM A123,


ASTM A153, ASTM A384, ASTM A385 and ASTM A780.

2. For touch up of the galvanized steel surface, the surface preparation shall
conform to SSPC-SP3, "Power Tool Cleaning" of the Structural Steel
Painting Council. The touch-up primer shall be minimum 75 micron
Dry Film Thicknessof Epoxy Zinc Rich Primer.

3. For faying surface of galvanized steel shall conform to Specification for


Structural Joints Using High-Strength Bolts, Research Council on
Structural Connections (RCSC).

10.1.5.2 Painting

1. The paint shall be applied as soon as possible after the completion of the
surface preparation and shall be applied in strict conformance with the
manufacturer's instructions.

2. No paint shall be applied including where the steel is to be encased by


concrete, at field welds or contact surfaces of milled ends of compression
members. In addition, contact surfaces for high strength bolted,
slipcritical connections shal1 not be painted except as specifically
allowed in the Specification for Structural Joints Using High-Strength
bolts, RCSC.

3. Unpainted surfaces shall be coated with a suitable rust-inhibiting


compound for shipment and for the duration of site storage.

4 Contractor shall propose the color of finishing coat to TPC/Engineer for


approval.

5. The Contractor shall measure the dry film thickness of paint with
instrument which has been calibrated in conformance with specification
for Standard Method for Measurement of Dry-Film Thickness of Paint,
Varnish, Lacquer and Related Products in ASTM D1005. Upon request
by TPC, the Contractor shall calibrate the instrument before inspection.

6. Stainless steel shall not be painted, unless otherwise specified.

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10.1.5.3 Galvanizing and Painting Schedule

Galvanizing Painting
Items Surface Surface
/Thickness /Thickness
Preparation Preparation
Structural *Group 1 S1/G1 S3/P2
Steel *Group 2 - S2/P1
Grating S1/G1 -
Checkered Plate S1/G1 -
Steel deck G3 S3/P3
Handrail S1/G1 S3/P3
Outdoor Misc. Steel Kick Plate S1/G1 S3/P3
Ladder - S3/P3
Steel Stair S1/G1 S3/P2
Others S1/G1 -
HSB - -
Bolts Machine Bolt/Anchor
S1/G2 -
Bolt
Beam/Column/Girder
Structural /Bracing - S2/P1
Steel
Others - S2/P1
Purlin & Girt S1/G1 -
Grating S1/G1 -
Checkered Plate S1/G1 -
Steel deck G3 -
Indoor Misc. Steel Handrail S1/G1 S3/P3
Kick Plate S1/G1 S3/P3
Ladder S1/G1 S3/P3
Steel Stair - S2/P1
Others - S2/P1
HSB - -
Bolts Machine Bolt/Anchor
S1/G2 -
Bolt

Note 1 *Group 1: the cross-section dimension of steel member is not greater than
1.8m*5m
*Group 2: the cross-section dimension of steel member is greater than
1.8m*5m
Note 2 All related requirements of galvanizing and painting listed as below shall be
followed, unless otherwise specified.

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Min. Weight of Zinc Coating for Galvanizing:

Min. Weight of Zinc


G1 Specified Base Metal Thickness, (mm)
Coating, (g/m2)
2 t 4.9 450
5t 600
G2 - 300
G3 - 275

Minimum Dry Film Thickness (D.F.T.) for Painting:

P1 a. First Coat: Inorganic Zinc Rich Primer (Minimum D.F.T.


75 micron)

b. Second Coat: Epoxy Middle Coating (Minimum D.F.T. 25


micron)

c. Third Coat: Intermediate Epoxy M.I.O. coating (Minimum


D.F.T. 50 micron)

d. Fourth Coat: Polyurethane Finish of Alkaline and acid


resistance (Minimum D.F.T. 30 micron 2
coats)

Total Minimum D.F.T. = 210 micron

Surfaces of parts which are inaccessible after assembly or erection


shall be prime-coated with a dry film thickness of 100 to 130 micron
in one coating application.

P2 a. Primer Coat Epoxy Alloy Primer (Minimum D.F.T. 20


micron)

b. Intermediate Epoxy M.I.O. coating (Minimum D.F.T. 50


Coat: micron x 2 coat)

c. Finish Coat: Polyurethane Finish of Alkaline and acid


resistance (Minimum D.F.T. 35 micron 2 coats)

Total Minimum D.F.T. = 190 micron

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P3 a. Primer Coat Epoxy Alloy Primer (Minimum D.F.T. 20


micron)

b. Finish Coat Polyurethane Finish of Alkaline and acid


resistance (Minimum D.F.T. 35 micron 2 coats)

Total Minimum D.F.T. = 90 micron

Surface Preparation for Galvanizing and Painting:

S1 All steel to be galvanized shall first be degreased by a hot alkaline or


other bath, rinsed and then descaled. Descaling shall be by shotblasting
or a dilute acid bath. A second rinse and drying is required. Material
shall then be coated with a flux to protect steel from further corrosion
until coated with zinc. Mill scale, rust, oil welding residue and other
foreign matter shall be removed before galvanizing.

S2 Surface preparation of structural steel for painting shall conform to


SSPC-SP10, "Near White Blast Cleaning", of the Structural Steel
Painting Council.

S3 The surface preparation of galvanized steel for painting shall conform to


SSPC-SP1, "Solvent Cleaning" of the Structural Steel Painting Council.

10.1.6 Inspection and Testing

10.1.6.1 The Engineer/TPC reserves the right to inspect the work and shall be notified
well in advance of all dates for painting and fabricating in order that he may
arrange for inspection. All material and workmanship are subject to this
inspection and poor performance or defective work is the cause for rejection.

10.1.6.2 The Contractor shall furnish two certified copies of mill test reports to TPC
showing chemical compositions and physical properties for each 30,000 kg of
steel in conformance with ASTM A6.

10.1.6.3 If the Contractor elects to supply welded plate girders as main girders and
main columns, the following nondestructive testing shall be performed by
qualified personnel at the expense of the Contractor. All butt welded splices
of built-up girders shall be completely tested in their full length by
radiographic methods. All fillet welds between flange and web plates of
built-up girders shall be completely tested in their full length by magnetic
particle methods. Methods of testing, standards of acceptance and methods
of repair shall be as stated in AWS.

10.1.6.4 Results of the inspection and tests shall be forwarded to the Engineer within
two weeks of the test. Records of the testing become the property of the
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shaft coupling shall be provided to prevent people or a toy approached the


coupling from being drawn into its rotating parts when motors or driven
equipment are in services.

22.3.10.9 When motors are protected by differential current relay, three (3) sets of dry
cast resin, ring and through type current transformers shall be provided and
installed at a terminal boxes which is specified in Section No. 22.3.9.2. Each
phase winding lead of motor shall be wired through the center of current
transformer to terminal blocks in a terminal boxes.

22.3.10.10 Motor enclosure and accessories shall be tropicalized. Paints such as alkyd
enamels having a fungus resistant property shall be used on all inside surfaces
and shall be sprayed with a fungicidal varnish. Wiring and other insulations
that are not fungus resistant shall have a fungus resistant coating applied
except where such coatings would interfere with the proper operation,
installation or maintenance of apparatus, in such cases, the part shall be
inherently fungus resistant. Exposed unpainted metal surfaces shall be of
corrosion-resistance material. Other exposed metal surfaces shall be protected
with a corrosion-resistant paint or coating. The finish coat shall be applied
overall in accordance with the ANSI Standard Z55.1 of No. 61 - light gray for
indoor type enclosure and No. 24 dark gray for outdoor type enclosure.

22.3.10.11 Motor shall be furnished with solid shaft.

22.3.10.12 The maintenance fixed steel working platform shall be provided, erected and
built with fixed steel handrails and access ascent fixed steel ladder which is
from floor level to the top level of platform for access to specialties wherever
one (1) can not easily reach it through floor level for manipulation/inspection
during operation motor driven machinery. The portion of the ladder which is
higher than 2 m shall be in cage type or the type approved by TPC/Engineer
during drawing review stage in case vertical ladder must be used.

22.4 Tests

22.4.1 The Contractor shall make tests on each motor in accordance with the
reference Standards or Code.

22.4.2 Motors below 187 kW, the Contractor shall make the test in accordance with
the tests specified in NEMA MG1.

22.4.3 Motors 187 kW and above, the Contractor shall make the test in accordance
with the tests specified in ANSI C50.41 Section 34.2.1 and the following
additional tests.

1. Determination of locked rotor (zero speed) torque and current.

2. Temperature test.

3. Airborne sound pressure level.


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7. Cubicles used for mounting devices shall be suitably reinforced


structurally to limit vibration. Access doors, where applicable shall be
provided with stiffening members to prevent warping.

8. Unless otherwise specified, hinged cubicles and access doors shall be


provided with concealed hinges, latches, and interchangeable locks.
Locks provided with cubicles shall be coordinated to permit the use of
one master key for all cubicles. All doors shall be capable of making a
minimum swing of 130 degree from the closed position.

Where doors are furnished for cubicle sections greater than 750 mm (30
inches) in width, such door shall be double type.

9. Panels and cabinets shall be provided with removable lifting eyes to


facilitate unloading and handling at the Job Site.

10. All electrical equipment including control panel, cabinets, DCDAS


controller cabinets,...etc. shall be finish-painted in the shop. Colors of
finish paint shall be ANSI 61 light gray for enclosure NEMA type 12 or
NEMA type 1 with gasket and ANSI 24 dark gray for enclosure NEMA
type 4X in accordance with ANSI Z55.1. Other colors i.e., Contractor's
standard shall be subjected to TPC/Engineer for approval.

Control panels and cabinets, DCDAS controller cabinets and consoles


shall be fabricated of minimum 2.0 mm thick, electro-galvanized steel
plate for enclosure NEMA type 12 or NEMA type 1 with gasket and
AISI type 316 stainless steel plate for enclosure NEMA type 4X. All
welded construction shall be utilized with suitable reinforcement with
structural angles and/or channels and shall have all metal surfaces free of
sharp edges, burrs and weld splatter by grinding, sandblasting, or
abrasive cloth. Prior to painting, all scratches, dents and other
imperfections shall be cleaned to remove all oil, dirt and grease, and then
be given a rust-resistant primer. Adequate primer coats, three subcoats
lightly sanded, and three finish coats shall be applied to inside and
outside of the enclosure to produce a high quality enclosure finish. The
Contractor shall provide one gallon of both primer and finish paint for
touch-up purposes.

Free standing cabinets are to be mounted on a level structural steel


member embedded in a concrete floor. Vibration damping material or
electrical insulation material together with mounting accessories shall be
provided by the Contractor, if so required.

11. Cabinets/panels shall be convenient structural units to facilitate


equipment arrangement, design, installation and maintenance. Each
subsystem cabinet shall be an independent structural unit for shipment,
sized for the application.

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and so the door handles. All doors and maintenance access covers shall be
fitted with gasket to minimize the entry of dust. The door stopper shall also
be provided to securely fix the open position. Drawing pocket shall be
provided and located at the inside of the front door.

1.16.10 The enclosure shall be designed for front access to allow replacement or
maintenance of all components. Where opening of enclosures is required,
removable covers with handles, gasket pads and fixing bolts shall be provided.

1.16.11 The Contractor shall make provisions for cable/conduit entrance to the
equipment from bottom side for indoor/outdoor type enclosure. Each
entrance or opening shall equip with sealed ring or such manner to protect the
cables/wires for cable pulling. All enclosures shall be provided with
removable lifting lugs to facilitate unloading and handling at the Job Site. If
the Contractor makes provision for cable/conduit entrance to the equipment
from top side for indoor enclosures due to the site condition consideration, the
Contractor shall submit the related technical description and drawings to
TPC/Engineer for review and approval.

1.16.12 The construction of enclosures shall use a modular concept to keep the basic
functional parts easily accessible and removable. The Contractor shall
submit the relative data and drawing with layout, weight and structural details
to TPC/Engineer for review and approval before proceeding with construction.

1.16.13 Should the special packed devices and wiring other than the requirements
specified in the respect Subsections, the Contractor shall provide the specified
standards or marker standard in full details to TPC/Engineer for review and
approval prior to the manufacturing. TPC/Engineer shall have right to reject
any proposed type other than the requirements specified.

1.16.14 All enclosures in the ash pollution area/salt corrosion area such as ash silo,
bottom ash hoppers, fly ash blowers, silo vent fans, SWFGD area,... etc shall
be provided with NEMA enclosure type No. 4X. For enclosures in
hazardous location, detail requirements of enclosures shall be referred to
Section No. 1.19.2.

1.17 Cleaning and Painting

1.17.1 All surfaces of enclosure shall be cleaned completely of all mill scales, oil,
rust, dirt and grease. All metal edges and rough spots shall be ground burr
free and surface prepared by grinder, the surface shall be kept thoroughly dry
and clean before and during painting, and shall be filling with suitable
materials so that the finished surfaces and corners are smooth and even.

1.17.2 The enclosure standard painting (including the enclosure of stainless steel
material) shall consists of minimum three (3) coats, the first primer shall be a
rust inhibitor coat (but not applicable for galvanized steel plate), and the
second and third coats shall be painted according to the manufacturer standard

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practice. The second coat shall be of different color to ensure that each coat
is continuous and of sufficient thickness. The paintings shall be selected for
superior quality. The Contractor shall provide the cleaning and painting
procedure to TPC/Engineer for review.

1.17.3 The finish coat of enamel shall be applied overall in accordance with the
ANSI Standard Z55.1 of No. 61 (Munsell 8.3G 6.10/0.54) - light gray for
indoor type enclosure and No. 24 (Munsell 1 DB 2.40/1.18) - dark gray for
outdoor type enclosure. For colors other than above specified, the Contractor
shall provide the relative standards with equivalent comparison table to
TPC/Engineer for review and approval.

1.18 Tropicalization

1.18.1 All electrical and control equipment not inside air-conditioned rooms or
spaces shall have its metal enclosures tropicalized. The interior surfaces of
all enclosures shall be painted with alkyd enamels having a fungus-resistant
property or shall be sprayed with a fungicidal varnish, or the paints shall be
inherently fungus -resistant.

1.18.2 The wiring, coils and other insulation that are not fungus-resistant shall have a
resisting coat applied except where such coatings would interfere with the
proper operation of apparatus, or installation, and/or maintenance, in such
cases, the part shall be inherently fungus-resistant.

1.19 Hazardous Location Requirements

1.19.1 All electrical and control equipment, devices, components, wiring, cabling and
mechanical equipment within the area where explosion hazards may exist,
shall meet the National Electric Code, NFPA and API hazardous location
requirements. The Contractor shall submit the hazardous area definition
drawings with area classification to TPC/Engineer for review and approval.

1.19.2 The electrical and control equipment, devices, components, wiring, cabling
and mechanical equipment located in enclosed areas where coal dust may be
in suspension such as coal tripper room, enclosed conveyor galleries,...etc.
shall be approved for NEC Class II Division I, Group F application.

The electrical and control equipment, devices, components, wiring, cabling


and mechanical equipment located in enclosed areas where volatile flammable
liquids or flammable gases may be escaped only in case of accidental rupture
of equipment such as NH3 storage tank area, ignition oil day tank area,
hazardous gas warehouse, lubricant warehouse, SCR enclosed area of boiler
house, battery room, emergency diesel generator room, hydrogen storage area
inside of steam turbine building, Seawater Electrolysis system sodium
hypochlorite generator area shall be approved for NEC Class I Division II
application. For equipment such as emergency diesel generator,...etc. located
in emergency diesel generator room may not meet the requirements as

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d.

e.

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g.

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7.6.1

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4.

5.

6. FRP

7.7

7.8

1.

a.

b.

2.

a.

b.

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13.13

13.13.1

13.13.1.1 /

/

13.13.1.2

13.13.1.3

13.13.1.4
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13.13.1.5

13.13.1.6

13.13.1.7

13.13.1.8
Part VIII 10.1.5
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13.13.2

13.13.2.1

13.13.2.2

SSPC-SP10

13.13.2.3

13.13.2.4 SSPC

13.13.3

13.13.3.1
Part VIII

13.13.3.2 CNS K2XXX CNS


K6XXX

13.13.3.3

13.13.3.4

13.13.3.5

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13.13.4

13.13.4.1 4 4

13.13.4.2

13.13.4.3

1. 1035 80%

2. 3

3. 50

4.

13.13.4.4

13.13.4.5

13.13.4.6

13.13.4.7

13.13.4.8

13.13.5

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13.13.5.1 50 mm
15~20m

13.13.5.2 15 20m

13.13.5.3 15 20m

13.13.5.4

13.13.5.5

13.13.6

13.13.6.1
SSPC-SP2 SSPC-SP3

(Epoxy Zinc Rich Primer)

13.13.6.2

13.13.6.3

13.13.7

13.13.7.1

13.13.7.2 /

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14.0

14.1

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14.2

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14.3

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14.3.2

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14.4

14.4.1 ()(CNS)

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14.4.4 /

14.4.5



14.5

14.5.1

14.5.2

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

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14.6

14.6.1

14.6.2

14.6.3

14.6.4

14.6.5

14.6.6

14.6.7

14.6.8 3 80%

85%

14.6.9

14.6.10

14.6.11

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14.7

14.7.1 10 35

14.7.2

14.7.3 80%

14.7.4

14.8

14.8.1 (Agitator)

14.8.2

14.8.3

14.8.4

14.8.5

14.8.6

14.9

14.9.1

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14.9.2

14.9.3 Part 7.6



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14.9.4

14.9.5

14.9.6
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14.9.7

14.9.8

15 20m

14.9.9

14.9.9.1 125 mm
110 mm 24~48

14.9.9.2

14.9.10

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14.9.10.1

14.9.10.2

14.9.10.3

14.9.10.4

14.9.10.5

14.9.11

14.9.11.1

14.9.11.2

14.9.11.3

14.10

14.11

14.11.1

14.11.1.1

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14.11.1.2 Film
Thickness Gauge

14.11.2

14.11.2.1

14.11.2.2

14.11.2.3

14.11.2.4

14.11.2.5

14.11.3

14.11.4 /

14.12

14.12.1

14.12.2

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14.12.3

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