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Southern Peru Copper

Sulphuric Acid Plant No. 2


Specification CHEMETICS
A Division of Aker Kvaerner Canada Inc.
Ilo, Peru Protective Coating Specification Vancouver, Canada
SPC Contract No.532333-40-K001-A 03H07200-7-SPC-0001-R3
Rev: Date: Status: Prepared By: Checked By: Approved By: Digitally signed

3 6-May-05 Approved for Fabrication C. Harmsen G. Ackerman S. Clarke


by Steve Clarke

Steve DN: cn=Steve


Clarke,
o=Chemetics,
ou=Materials,
c=CA

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Clarke Date:
2005.06.02
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2 8-Oct-04 Approved for Fabrication C. Harmsen G. Ackerman S. Clarke


1 8-Sept-04 Approved for Fabrication C. Harmsen G. Ackerman S. Clarke
A 22-June-04 Issued for Quotation C. Harmsen G. Ackerman S. Clarke

1. Purpose
This specification defines the protective coating or painting requirements.

2. General Requirements
The basis of this specification is the Owner’s Technical Specification 2333-000-15-TS-003
Rev. 1: Painting (attached).

Additional piping identification (colors) are as follows:

Table 1 - Piping Identification Legend

Service Base Color Letters


Potable Water Green - RAL 6016 White - RAL 9016
Treated Water Green - RAL 6016 White - RAL 9016
Fire Protection Water Red - RAL 3002 White - RAL 9016
Neutralized Effluent Green - RAL 6016 White - RAL 9016
Plant Air Light Blue - RAL 5012 White - RAL 9016
Instrument Air Light Blue - RAL 5012 White - RAL 9016
Milk of Lime Light Blue - RAL 5012 White - RAL 9016
Effluent Yellow - RAL 1018 Black - RAL 9017
H2SO4 Yellow - RAL 1018 Black - RAL 9017
H2SO4 Drain Yellow - RAL 1018 Black - RAL 9017
Effluent Vent Yellow - RAL 1018 Black - RAL 9017
Ferric Sulphate Solution Yellow - RAL 1018 Black - RAL 9017
Flocculent Yellow - RAL 1018 Black - RAL 9017
Waste Acid Effluent Yellow - RAL 1018 Black - RAL 9017

Original color codes provided in section 8 of the Owner’s specification.

3. Deviations from Owner’s Specification

Section 7 “Areas around welds will not be painted. These areas will remain unpainted
including a 40mm wide weld band on both sides of the weld. These areas will be painted
later as touch-up.”

Free ends which will be field welded will not be shop painted. A 40mm wide band on each
free end will be left un-painted and then painted in the field after all welding is complete.

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DATE REV DESCRIPTION OF CHANGE (WITH PAGE ISSUER


NO. IF APPLICABLE)
16/Sep/04 1 Hold release on color code. FYU
16/Sep/04 1 Minimum time for prime cure on coating system FYU
P2.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. SCOPE ............................................................................................................................4

2. APPLICABLE CODES AND STANDARDS .....................................................................4

3. GENERAL........................................................................................................................4

4. WORKMANSHIP .............................................................................................................7

5. SHOP PAINTING.............................................................................................................8

6. FIELD PAINTING.............................................................................................................9

7. UNPAINTED SURFACES .............................................................................................10

8. COLOR CODE...............................................................................................................11

9. COATING SYSTEMS ....................................................................................................12

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1. SCOPE

This specification covers the requirements for furnishing materials, equipment and
services necessary and incidental to complete painting and protective coating work
and related activities as specified herein, for Southern Peru Copper Corporation (SPCC)
Ilo Smelter Modernization Project, in Ilo, Peru.

2. APPLICABLE CODES AND STANDARDS

Except as noted within this specification, all surface preparation, protective coating and
paint application shall conform to the latest revision of documents listed below. These
documents are declared to be a part of this specification the same as if fully set forth
herein. Where there is a conflict between these documents, Fluor will decide.

• Peruvian National, State and Local regulations where they apply.

• Steel Structures Painting Council (SSPC).

• American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM).

• Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

• Hazardous Materials Regulation Board.

• National Board of Fire Underwriters requirements which apply to this type


of work.

3. GENERAL

3.1 Health, Safety, and Environmental Requirements:

Contractor shall comply with OSHA regulations Section 1910.12 under which it is
mandatory for suppliers of chemicals or other hazardous materials to provide, with the
shipment, the appropriate Material Safety Data Sheets, to be promptly filed with Fluor,
when the material arrives on site.

All Hazardous Materials must be identified as specified under the Department of


Transportation Hazardous Materials Tables found in 49 CFR 172.101. Fluor must be
notified in writing prior to bringing hazardous material on the site. Notice must include
material type, quantity, container type (by AASHTO specification) plus the Material
Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). As the materials are used, the generated wastes must be
logged and reported to Fluor without delay. Logs must include material type, quantity,
container type, and accumulation state date. Containers must be properly packaged,
labeled and marked in accordance with subpart C, Pre-Transport Requirements listed in

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40 CFR 262.30-32 and 34 as the wastes are generated. All scaffolds and rigging shall
meet OSHA, and local safety requirements.

A sufficient number of portable fire extinguishers of suitable types shall be provided, in


accordance with NFPA 10, in areas where painting with fume-creating or flammable
products is in progress and where paint is stored and mixed.

Special precautions shall be taken to provide adequate ventilation in all working areas
and areas where paints and solvents are stored. Workmen shall be provided with masks
and shall wear them during all operations involving toxic fumes. No painting shall be
done adjacent to any fire hazard such as welding, open flame or sparking metal
fabrication. Oily or solvent-soaked rags shall be kept in closed metal containers and in
minimum quantity. Any spillage of volatiles shall be cleaned up and wastes disposed of
immediately.

Any blasting agent (grit) used by the Contractor shall have less than 1.0% free silica.

3.2 Quality and Manufacturer’s Instructions

Specific makes and catalog numbers of the various coating systems included in this
specification are to establish a minimum acceptable quality and generic type of the
system and to provide uniform information to Suppliers and Contractors. Coatings of
equal quality and similar generic type by other manufacturers may be supplied when
approved in writing by Fluor.

Each container shall clearly indicate a statement of product shelf life and specific dates
of life use. Each container of any coating shall display a statement of manufacturer’s
recommendation regarding thinning of the coating. The statement shall specify that the
product does not require thinning or diluting under normal environmental and application
conditions.

Each container of any coating shall display the product’s Volatile Organic Compound
(VOC) content, as applied and after any thinning recommended by the manufacturer.
The VOC value shall not exceed 1.6 kg per gallon of coating.

All work concerning the application of materials under this specification shall be
performed in accordance with the manufacturer’s latest recommendations. Any
deviation from these procedures shall have written approval of the manufacturer and
Fluor.

Fluor shall be supplied with three (3) sets of manufacturer’s specifications covering
preparation and application data and Material Safety Data Sheets of the various systems
to be applied. The manufacturer’s requirements shall become a part of this specification
and shall be followed in detail by the Supplier and/or Contractorr unless otherwise
directed by Fluor.

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The services of an authorized representative of the manufacturer may be requested by


Fluor to witness and advice on the performance of work. All phases of the work shall be
available to Fluor for observation or inspection at any time.

Abrasives blast cleaning shall not be carried out if relative humidity is greater than 90%.
Abrasive blasted surfaces will not remain more than two hours without coating from the
time blasting begins. No visible rust shall be present on the surface. Only one hour
should be allowed when relative humidity is over 80%.

3.3 Protection

During field painting adjacent surfaces below and around the work shall be protected
with drop cloths, enclosures, tents, or other suitable means. Upon completion of the
work, the premises shall be left clean and presentable. Spent grit blast agents shall be
removed from the work area daily.

During and after erection, shop painted surfaces shall be inspected and damaged
surfaces to be touched-up or recoated shall be prepared and coated in accordance with
the specification for the original undamaged coating.

Equipment nameplates and identification plates shall be protected from coatings.


Contractor shall recondition those either coated or damaged by coating operations, at
his own cost.

All field applied and manufacturer supplied touch-up coatings and coating constituents
shall be delivered to the job in original sealed containers bearing the manufacturer’s
label.

For blasting operations inside process buildings or where operating equipment may be
damaged by blasting residue, the Contractor shall either;

• Erect an enclosure sufficiently sealed to prevent grit and debris from


escaping, or

• Utilize a water blast method.

The Contractor shall not paint outside during windy conditions.

The Contractor shall take any special precautions necessary to protect:

• All valves, instruments, pumps, seals, bearing housing, motors and other
sensitive areas (these shall be covered to prevent blasting material and
paint from entering and damaging equipment.)

• All nameplates, serial numbers, pressure vessel tags and identification, or


any other informational tags or sensitive areas.
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Fluor shall approve the blasting methods used, the enclosure design and construction
prior to any blasting work.

3.4 Material Storage

The Contractor shall store paint and painting supplies in approved fireproof cabinets,
protecting the paint and supplies from any detrimental environmental effects.

Paints and thinners shall be stored under sufficient shelter to provide protection from
direct sunlight, rain and extremes of temperature. Smoking or open flames shall not be
permitted within the storage areas. No smoking or open flame signs shall be posted.
Suitable and approved fire protection equipment shall be within easy access.

Paint material shall be delivered in original undamaged manufacturer’s sealed


containers with a legible label.

Paint material and solvents shall be stored and mixed in ventilated and dust free areas.

Paint material warehouse shall be limited exclusvely to storage painting materials and
painting tools.

Warehouse temperature shall be in accordance with the manufacturer’s


recommendations.

4. WORKMANSHIP

All work shall be done by skilled workers qualified to perform the work in a manner
comparable to the best standards of practice in that trade. All materials shall be evenly
applied to form a smooth, continuous, unbroken coating free from sags, runs and other
defects.

All equipment shall be maintained in good working order and shall be comparable to that
described in the coating manufacturer’s most recent application instructions. The
equipment shall be thoroughly cleaned and inspected daily. Worn spray nozzles and
tips shall be replaced. Effective oil and water separators shall be used and serviced on
all air lines. Automatic cutoffs (deadman safety design) shall be used on blast pots.

Contractor shall comply with all special or additional surface preparation as outlined in
the coating manufacturer’s most recent printed Application Instructions.

Before any surface is coated, it shall be cleaned of all dust, dirt, grease, loose rust, mill
scale, oil and paint in accordance with the systems specified in this specification.
Coatings shall not be applied to wet or damp surfaces, except in accordance with
instructions of the manufacturer.

No coatings shall be applied when the air temperature is below 10°C or above 38°C
or when the temperature of the surface to be coated is below 10°C or above 38°C or
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when the relative humidity exceeds 85 percent. No coatings shall be applied if a


predicted temperature of 0°C or lower is forecast within 24 hours of application unless
the coating area is enclosed and heated.

No painting shall be done when the surfaces may become exposed to rain, fog or
condensation or when it is anticipated that these conditions will prevail during the drying
period, unless suitable enclosures to protect the surfaces are used. Where heat is
necessary, it shall be supplied by the Contractor and shall be of such type that it will
maintain an air and coated surface temperature of 10°C (minimum) during the coating
period and 30°C (maximum) during the cure stage if hot forced air curing is
recommended by the coating manufacturer.

Particular care shall be exercised to prevent the contamination of cleaned and coated
surfaces with salt, acids, alkali, or other corrosive chemicals or reagents prior to
application of prime or succeeding coatings. Such contaminants shall be removed and
the surfaces shall be re-coated. Prepared surfaces shall not be left uncoated overnight,
without specific approval by Fluor.

All brush applied coating materials shall be of proper consistency and well brushed out
to produce a minimum of brush marks. Enamel shall be uniformly flowed on. Edges
shall be clean and sharp. All brushes shall be clean and maintained in good condition.

All coats shall be thoroughly dry before the succeeding coat is applied, following
manufacturer’s instructions.

Paint coats as specified are intended to cover surfaces completely. If surfaces are not
fully covered, further coats shall be applied. All finishes shall be uniform as to sheen,
color, and texture.

Upon completion of the work, any remaining spillage, splatter or splash on surfaces such
as glass, fixtures, floors or fittings shall be completely removed and the premises left in a
clean and presentable condition. Used blasting materials, paint chips, or other debris
must not to be washed into the plant trenches, but shall be swept and shoveled up.

Inspection tours of the work may be made Fluor or any Inspector designated by Fluor at
any time with testing at random to determine that the specified thickness has been
achieved in accordance with ASTM D1005, and that surface preparation and coating
application work is in conformance with this specification.

5. SHOP PAINTING

Shop painting of steel, equipment and tanks will be specified either on the drawings,
specifications or purchase orders for the items to be painted. Shop painting shall consist
of surface preparation, prime coat and finish coat as required, and will be subject to
“touch-up” in the field.

In general, the following items will be shop painted:


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• Shop fabricated structural steel

• Shop fabricated platework, stair stringers, cages, ladders and handrails

• Shop fabricated tanks and vessels

• Shop fabricated guards and machinery

• Floor plates

Grating and stair treads shall be coated all sides with the manufacturer’s standard paint.

Shop-painted components shall be prepared, packaged, or bundled in such manner to


reduce damage during shipment, receiving, and storage. Components must be
positioned to minimize holding water. Damage to the shop coats shall be touched up by
the Contractor.

Supplier shall supply touch-up paint to match pre-assembled equipment for touch-up
painting in the field after installation.

6. FIELD PAINTING

6.1 General

Field painting of steel, concrete, masonry, equipment and tanks will be noted either on
the drawings, specifications or purchase orders.

In general, the following items shall be field painted after erection:

• Miscellaneous steel and platework supplied unpainted or primed


• Field fabricated tanks, vessels, handrails, etc.
• Surfaces of concrete and masonry blocks
• Drywall construction and ceilings of gypsum board
• Carbon steel pipe and pipe identification banding
• Bolted or field welded connections
• Exposed metal deck under elevated slabs
• Galvanized steel
• Shop painted items that, in the opinion of the Fluor require touch-up or
recoating

6.2 Disposal and Handling of Painting Materials

The Contractor should plan the material requirements to minimize the number of excess
paint or solvent containers. Contractor must commit to either completely use any

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hazardous material or dispose of excess material in compliance with local requirements


concerning hazardous waste.

Whenever possible, Contractor must avoid using any paint component or solvent that is
included in the Peruvian Government Regulations concerning control of chemical
products, IQF (Insumo Quimico Fiscalizado).

All containers must be disposed of off-site in accordance with local regulations. Prior to
moving the materials off-site, the Contractor shall give copies of disposal documentation
to Fluor.

Before disposal, aerosol containers must be emptied until all pressure is released.

7. UNPAINTED SURFACES

The following items will normally be left unpainted, unless specified otherwise:

• Contact areas in slip critical type bolt connections.


• Interior of bins, hoppers, chutes (to be lined with other materials) and
embedded metal surfaces in contact with concrete.
• Electrical conduits (coated with PVC coating).
• Machined surfaces, shafts, bearing enclosures, rotating equipment.
• Non-metallic items, including fiberglass and plastic items.
• Insulation materials and rubber lining.
• Stainless steel unless otherwise indicated by Fluor.
• Cast iron trench covers.
• Interior of tanks unless otherwise indicated by Fluor.
• Valve stems and other moving parts.
• Installed instruments.
• Fire proof or insulated surfaces.
• Areas around welds will not be painted. These areas will remain unpainted
including a 40 mm wide band on both sides of the weld. These areas will be
painted later as touch-up.

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8. COLOR CODE

Safety colors shall be as follows:

• Safety Yellow shall be used for designating caution, to mark stumbling, falling
or tripping hazards such as protruding parts, curbings, dead ends, handrails
and kickplates, ladders, cages and equipment safety guards.

• Safety Red shall be used to mark instruments used for combating fire, such
as fire extinguishers, fire hydrants, fire stations, etc.

• Safety Green shall be used to mark first aid equipment, such as medicine
cabinets, gas mask containers, respirator containers, safety showers,
stretchers, etc.

• Safety Orange shall be used to promote safety and to highlight hazards


inside machines or equipment that might cut, crush, electrocute or otherwise
injure workers. Used for of machinery guards, protecting parts such as
pulleys, gears, or cutting devices. It shall also be used to identify electrical
conduits.

• Safety Purple shall be used for designating radiation hazards.

• Other colors, taken from Ameron Protective Coatings Division shall generally
be used according to the table below.

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Item Color Code Ameron No.

Structural steel, inside buildings Pearl Gray RAL7004 GR-3


Structural steel, outside buildings Buff Brown RAL1011 BR-3
Gratings, floor plates & stair treads Safety Black RAL9004
Handrails, kick plates, ladders & cages Safety Yellow RAL1018 YE-3
Doors & door frames, inside & outside Dark Brown RAL8028 RT-1402
Ducting, louvers & ventilators, indoor Pearl Gray RAL7004 GR-3
Ducting, louvers & ventilators, outdoors Buff Brown RAL1011 BR-3
Exterior of tanks, inside buildings Pearl Gray RAL7004 GR-3
Exterior of tanks, outside buildings Buff Brown RAL1011 BR-3
Sewage water tanks Blue RAL5017
Beams over sewage water tanks Green RAL6029
Stairs to access tanks Black RAL9004
Sulphuric Acid tanks Safety white RAL9003

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Pipes (painted and unpainted) shall be classified according to their contents, color
banded or labeled as indicated below:
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Base Code Ring1 Code Ring2 Code


Color
Water
Potable water Green RAL6016 Blue RAL5010
Process water Green RAL6016 Black RAL9017 White RAL9016
Slurry Green RAL6016 Brown RAL3009

Fire system
Fire water Red RAL3002

Sewage
Sewage Black RAL9017

Air
Plant air Light blue RAL5012 Orange RAL2001
Instrumentation Light blue RAL5012 White RAL9016
Air
Dust collection Light blue RAL5012 Black RAL9017

Fuel and oils


Hydraulic lines Brown RAL8004 Orange RAL2001
Lubrication lines Brown RAL8004 Green RAL9016

9. COATING SYSTEMS

9.1 Coating System P1

Substrate: Steel, structural/plate/tank exterior/equipment.

Service Environment: Exposure to sulphur dioxide gas (<25ppm); marine


environment (salt water mist); humidity 93% max.; sunlight;
service temperatures to 95 °C.

Surface Preparation: Commercial Blast Cleaning, SSPC SP-6, 2-3 mil blast
profile.

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Coating System:

Product Coats DFT(mils) Type Manufacturer


1. Amercoat 370 1 5-6 Epoxy Ameron
(primer)
Amerlock 400 GFK 1 10- 12 Epoxy Ameron
(intermediate)
2. Amershild 1 5–6 Alifatic Ameron
(finish coating) Poliuretane
3. Amercoat450 HS 1 2–3 Alifatic Ameron
(finish coating) Poliuretane

Amershild finish coating shall be applied only on sulfuric acid tanks at smelter site.
Amercoat finish coating shall be applied only on sulfuric acid tanks at Port site.

9.2 Coating System P2

Substrate: Primed steel, structural/plate/tank exterior/equipment.

Service Environment: Exposure to sulphur dioxide gas (<25ppm); marine


environment (salt water mist); humidity 93% max.; sunlight;
service temperatures to 95 °C.

Surface Preparation: Remove surface contaminants per SSPC SP-1. Prepare


rusted areas per hand tool cleaning, SSPC SP-2 or power
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tool cleaning SSPC SP-3. Allow a minimum of 30 minutes
for primer to cure. If compatibility between primer and top
coat is not known a test patch is recommended prior to
coating application.

Coating System:

Product Coats DFT(mils) Type Manufacturer


1.Amercoat 370 1 5-6 Epoxy Ameron
(primer)
Amerlock 400 GFK 1 10-12 Epoxy Ameron
(finishcoat)

9.3 Coating System P3

Substrate: Masonry block and concrete walls.

Service Environment: Exposure to sulphur dioxide gas (<25ppm); marine


environment (salt water mist); humidity 93% max.; sunlight;
service temperatures to 95 °C.

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Surface Preparation: All surfaces shall be clean and free of dirt, grease, form oil,
loose or chalky deposits and eflorescence.

Concrete surfaces shall be lightly grit blasted to open up


holes just below the surface and to remove form oil, curing
compound or laitance.

Fill cracks, voids or other surface fissures with mortar,


epoxy filler or latex filler to match the texture of the
adjacent surface.

Coating System:

Product Coats DFT(mils) Type Manufacturer


1. Amerlock 400 2 5 per coat Epoxy Ameron

9.4 Painting System P4

Substrate: Masonry block and concrete walls.

Service Environment: Low to moderate chemical exposure, dry areas, inside


building.

Surface Preparation: All surfaces shall be clean and free of dirt, grease, form oil,
loose or chalky deposits and efflorescence.

Concrete surfaces shall be lightly grit blasted to open up


holes just below the surface and to remove form oil, curing
compound or laitance.

Fill cracks, voids or other surface fissures with mortar,


epoxy filler or latex filler to match the texture of the
adjacent surface.

Coating System:

Product Coats DFT(mils) Type Manufacturer


1. Amercoat 220 2 2.5 per Water-borne Ameron
coat acrylic

9.5 Coating System P5

Substrate: Concrete walls, pedestals and floors in areas designated


for special protective coating.

Service Environment: Exposure to sulphur dioxide gas (<25ppm); marine


environment (salt water mist); humidity 93% max.; sunlight;
service temperatures to 95 °C; interior/exterior; occasional
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splash and spill of mild to concentrated sulphuric acid;


immersion service for sumps, moderate floor traffic.

Surface Preparation: Surface must be 28-day cured (ASTM D4263), clean, dry,
free of contamination and disintegrated or chalky materials.
Clean concrete surface, abrasive blast (ASTM D4259). Fill
concrete voids in walls and floors with Semcrete 610 or
Nu-Klad 114A concrete repair filler to achieve a smooth
surface.

Coating System: For Concrete floors; moderate floor traffic; (non-skid)

Product Coats DFT(MILS) Type Manufacturer


1. Semstone 110 1 5-8 Epoxy Sentry
Semstone 145 2 0.15 cm (tot) Epoxy novolac Sentry
AFC*

* AFC – Aggregate filled coating

Use Semstone 805 in concrete joints and Semstone 805 with Part C in sloping concrete
joints. Follow coating manufacturer’s recommendation.

Product Coats DFT(cm) Type Manufacturer


2. Nu-Klad 105A 1 20-35 Epoxy Ameron
m2/gallon
Nu-Klad 110A 1 0.2 Epoxy Ameron

Use Nu-Klad 750A joint filler in concrete joints in horizontal floor, and Nu-Klad 760A joint
filler in concrete joints in sloping floors. Follow coating manufacturer’s recommendation.

Coating System: For concrete walls and pedestals.

Use Semstone 805 with Part C in vertical concrete joints. Follow coating manufacturer’s
recommendation.

Product Coats DFT(mils) Type Manufacturer


1 Amerlock 400 1 10-15 Epoxy Ameron
GFK

Use Nu-Klad 760A joint filler in concrete joints in wall. Follow coating manufacturer’s
recommendation.

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Coating System: For concrete sumps

Product Coats DFT(mils) Type Manufacturer


1. Semstone 145-S 1 60 Epoxy novolac Sentry
2. Amercoat 351 2 30 per Epoxy Ameron
w/884 Additive coat

9.6 Coating System P6

Substrate: Gypsum board surfaces in dry walls, ceiling and partitions.

Service Environment: None or low chemical exposure, inside building.

Surface Preparation: All surfaces shall be smooth, dry and free of surface
powder.

Coating System:

Product Coats DFT(mils) Type Manufacturer


1. Amercoat 220 2 2 per coat Waterborne Ameron
acrylic

9.7 Coating System P7

Substrate: Steel, structural/plate/stack exterior.

Service Environment: Exposure to sulphur dioxide gas (<25ppm); marine


environment (salt water mist); humidity 93% max.; sunlight;
service temperatures from 95°C to 500 °C; excludes
surfaces in contact with hot gases.

Surface Preparation: Near white blast cleaning, SSPC SP-10.

Coating System:

Product Coats DFT(mils) Type Manufacturer


1. PSX 892HS 2 2 per coat Siloxane Ameron

9.8 Coating System P8

Substrate: Carbon steel, pipe.

Service Environment: Exposure to sulphur dioxide gas (<25ppm); marine


environment (salt water mist), humidity 93% max.; sunlight;
service temperatures to 95 °C.

Surface Preparation: Power tool cleaning, SSPC SP-3.

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Coating System:

Product DFT(MILS) Type Manufacturer


1. Amercoat 5105 1 2 Alkyd Ameron
Amercoat 5401 HSA 1 3 Alkyd Enamel Ameron

Insulated pipe shall be prime coated only.

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