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Report Number: MAN211642-001

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TECHNICAL REPORT No: MAN211642-001

Jotun A/S Report No: MAN211642-001


Rosenvoldsgt. 19 Issue No: 2
3211 Sandefjord Date Tested: See test programme
Norway Date Reported: 12/12/2018
Attn: Ketil Julin Olufsen

Testing of coating system Jotun Marathon 1000 XHB in accordance with BS EN 10289-2002

Laboratory prepared samples of Marathon 1000 XHB coating were submitted by Jotun to SGS MIS Testing
Ltd. for evaluation in accordance with BS EN 10289-2002 “Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and
offshore pipelines - External liquid applied epoxy and epoxy-modified coatings”.

The results of this evaluation are presented in a summary table and subsequently per test method.
All samples were determined to be free of defects prior to test commencement.

The coating system was evaluated as the following:

Type 2: - 20 °C to 60 °C, thickness class B

This European Standard specifies the requirements of liquid applied external coating, epoxy (EP) and
epoxy-modified (EP-MOD), for the corrosion protection of tubes and pipeline fittings.

Note: Appendix B presents the UKAS ISO 17025 accreditation status for the laboratory tests.
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Results Summary
Sub- Pass /
Properties Requirements Result
clause Fail
Dry thickness Class B : 800 µm min. 7.2 860 µm (mean) Pass
Hardness Shore “D” Specified by manufacturer 7.3 D/1:86.9 (mean) N/A
Appearance and Uniform colour, smooth appearance Uniform and free of
7.4 Pass
continuity and free from defects defects
Holiday detection Free from holiday No holidays detected
7.6 Pass
at 6.9 kV
Impact resistance (23 ± 2°C) 5 J / mm No holidays/cracking Pass
7.7
(-5 ± 3°C ) 3 J / mm detected Pass
Adhesion test Resistance (23 ± 2°C)
Rating 1 Pass
to removal ≤ rating 2
7.8
Maximum service temperature ± 2°C
Info only N/A
Results for information
Adhesion test (23 ± 2) °C
>25MPa Pass
Pull-off method 7 MPa
7.9
(6 Dollies) Maximum service temperature ± 2°C
Info only N/A
Results for information
Cathodic disbondment 48 hours @ 60 ±2°C
Mean: 1.64mm
Average ≤ 6 mm Pass
Max: 2.46 mm
Maximum ≤ 8 mm
7.10
28 days @ 23 ± 2°C
Mean: 1.59 mm
Average ≤ 6 mm Pass
Max: 2.03 mm
Maximum ≤ 8 mm
Specific electrical 100 days @ 23 ±2°C
7 2
insulation resistance Minimum Rs after set number of days > 6.9 x 10 Ω·m Pass
at constant temperature
30 days @ Maximum service 7.11
temperature ± 2°C 7 2
> 6.9 x 10 Ω·m Pass
Minimum Rs after set number of days
at constant temperature
Adhesion test after
immersion in tap water Results for information 7.12 Info only N/A

Indentation resistance (23 ±2°C)


0.03mm (mean) Pass
≤ 0.2 mm
Maximum service temperature ± 2°C 7.13
≤ 30 % of initial DFT 16.85 % (mean) Pass

Thermal Ageing No visible defects –


Results for information 7.14 See report body for N/A
adhesion results
Infra-red scan Acceptable comparison with
7.15 See report body N/A
reference scan (none supplied)
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Test programme, dates and DFT’s

Client Ref SGS Ref. Test Mean Max Min Std Dev Start Date End Date
2 01 867 922 781 48.0
3 02 Shore D 821 892 738 56.5 01/11/2018 01/11/2018
4 03 837 864 796 25.6
5 04 815 850 778 30.9
6 05 Impact @23°C 837 889 778 37.7 17/09/2018 17/09/2018
7 06 928 1000 884 44.6
8 07 875 920 848 26.1
11 08 Impact @ -5°C 864 921 770 54.7 17/09/2018 17/09/2018
12 09 871 933 824 42.7
14 10 841 902 788 43.7
15 11 Adhn X-cut @ 23°C 788 824 765 21.9 22/08/2018 22/08/2018
16 12 838 907 792 40.9
17 13 870 913 832 34.6
18 14 Adhn X-cut @ 60°C 882 932 825 39.3 23/08/2018 24/08/2018
19 15 954 1020 894 50.1
23 19 866 907 828 35.2
24 20 Adhn pull off @ 23°C 910 965 858 36.4 29/08/2018 30/08/2018
25 21 884 907 851 22.0
26 22 878 925 815 37.5
27 23 Adhn pull off @ 60°C 837 868 782 33.1 29/08/2018 30/08/2018
28 24 800 828 782 19.8
32 28 857 888 845 16.3
X-cut adhn - Immersion 60°C
33 29 837 874 809 23.5 24/08/2018 28/08/2018
- X-cut adhn
34 30 803 845 777 26.0
39 34 851 881 820 22.8
40 35 Indentation @ 23°C 853 876 811 29.2 20/09/2018 21/09/2018
41 36 869 910 842 26.2
42 37 926 952 901 19.6
43 38 Indentation @ 60°C 958 988 936 19.6 17/09/2018 18/09/2018
44 39 891 959 862 36.7
51 43 Thermal Ageing 885 983 810 66.0
52 44 100 days @ 80°C 814 845 784 22.9 20/08/2018 28/11/2018
53 45 - adhn test 884 917 841 33.6
59 49 Spare1 - FTIR 902 910 893 7.5
19/09/2018 19/09/2018
60 50 Spare2 - FTIR 914 946 883 26.8
61 51 866 876 852 9.0
Cathodic Disbondment
62 52 819 853 796 19.8 28/08/2018 25/09/2018
28 days@23°C
63 53 798 813 781 12.6
63 54 779 818 762 19.9
Cathodic Disbondment
65 55 822 852 796 18.1 28/08/2018 30/08/2018
48hr@60°C
66 56 850 878 823 24.3
72 57 847 907 790 32.8
Elec Resistance
74 58 855 912 784 35.7 20/08/2018 28/11/2018
100 days @ 23°C
75 59 855 927 772 52.6
76 60 821 863 750 40.2
Elec Resistance
77 61 898 1000 807 61.5 17/09/2018 17/10/2018
30 days @ 60°C
78 62 901 1000 817 58.5
Average DFT: 860 906 816 32.8
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1). Minimum dry thickness of the coating system in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.2.

 Test Equipment: Elcometer 456 (MIS 0121)

Coating thickness was measured in accordance with the method defined in Annex A.

The measured dry film thickness across all sample panels was as follows:

DFT (µm)
Mean Max Min Std.Dev.
860 906 816 32.8

The minimum dry thickness of the coating system corresponds to the values defined in the standard for thickness
class B.

This test meets the requirements of the standard.

2). Hardness Shore “D” in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.3.

Shore Hardness testing was performed in accordance with EN ISO 868 Plastics and ebonite - Determination of
indentation hardness by means of a durometer (Shore hardness).

Five measurements of hardness across the test specimen were made, at least 6mm apart and 9mm from any edge:

Measurement Measured Value Measured Value Measured Value


Panel No.01 Panel No.02 Panel No.03
1 88.1 86.8 86.9
2 87.1 86.0 86.2
3 87.6 87.1 85.8
4 87.5 86.5 86.7
5 88.0 86.5 86.8
Mean Value: D/1:87.7 D/1:86.6 D/1:86.5

Testing was performed at 22.7°C and 41.0% relative humidity.

The average Shore D hardness was 86.9

The standard stipulates that pass criteria for Shore hardness shall be defined by the material manufacturer.

3). Appearance and continuity in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.4.

The appearance and continuity of the coating was inspected visually across all samples received. The coating was of
uniform colour, appearance and free of holidays, defects and laminations detrimental to the quality of the coating.

This test meets the requirements of the standard.


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4). Holiday detection in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.6.

 Test Equipment: High Voltage Holiday Detector (MIS 0081)

Holiday detection was carried out in accordance with the method defined in annex B with a voltage of 8 V per µm of
nominal thickness. The test voltage was calculated as 6.9 kV based on the above formula and the mean film
thickness determined in accordance with sub clause 7.2.

No defects, e.g. holidays porosity or other damages were detected across all samples.

This test meets the requirements of the standard.

5). Impact resistance in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.7.

 Test Equipment: TQC Impact Tester (MIS 0136)


 Impact Weight: 1.381kg
 Head Diameter: 25mm

Ambient temperature (23 ±2°C)

Test deviates from standard, a maximum of 5 impacts only could be performed on each panel due to the size of the
test panels. The results are as follows:

Impact No. Mean Panel Min. Required Calculated Cracking /


DFT (mm) ENERGY (j/mm) Drop Height (cm) Holidays
1 None observed.
Panel No.04

2 None observed.
3 0.815 5 30 None observed.
4 None observed.
5 None observed.
1 None observed.
Panel No.05

2 None observed.
3 0.837 5 31 None observed.
4 None observed.
5 None observed.
1 None observed.
Panel No.06

2 None observed.
3 0.928 5 34 None observed.
4 None observed.
5 None observed.
No cracking was observed or holidays detected at 6.9kV.This test meets the requirements of the standard.
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Sub-ambient temperature (-5 ±3°C)

Test deviates from standard, a maximum of 5 impacts only could be performed on each panel due to the size of the
test panels. The method of cooling was by way of a freezer. The results are as follows:

Impact No. Mean Panel Min. Required Calculated Cracking /


DFT (mm) ENERGY (j/mm) Drop Height (cm) Holidays
1 None observed.
Panel No.07

2 None observed.
3 0.875 3 19 None observed.
4 None observed.
5 None observed.
1 None observed.
Panel No.08

2 None observed.
3 0.864 3 19 None observed.
4 None observed.
5 None observed.
1 None observed.
Panel No.09

2 None observed.
3 0.871 3 19 None observed.
4 None observed.
5 None observed.

No cracking was observed or holidays detected at 6.9kV. This test meets the requirements of the standard.

6). Adhesion test – Resistance to removal in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.8.

 Test Equipment: TQC SP1000 Cross Cut Adhesion Kit (MIS 0180)

Resistance to removal was performed on the test panels supplied in accordance with annex D.

Test Rating Comments/Observations

Panel No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point of
1
No.10 the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)

Panel X-cut adhesion No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point of
1
No.11 at 23°C the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)

Panel No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point of
1
No.12 the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)

This test meets the requirements of the standard.


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Three further test samples were conditioned at the maximum service temperature (60 ±2°C) for 4 hours before
being tested immediately upon removal from the thermostatic oven.

Test Rating Comments/Observations

Panel Adhesive loss of coating from the metal surface of not more than 5 mm.
4
No.13

Panel Adhesive loss of coating from the metal surface of more than 5 mm.
X-cut adhesion 5
No.14 at 60°C
Panel Adhesive loss of coating from the metal surface of not more than 3 mm.
3
No.15

The test was then repeated on the same 3 test samples after stabilising for 24 hours at room temperature.

Test Rating Comments/Observations

Panel No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point
1
No.13 of the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)
X-cut adhesion
Panel No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point
after 24hr 1
No.14 reconditioning of the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)
(23°C)
Panel No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point
1
No.15 of the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)

Test results are presented for information purposes only.

7). Adhesion test – Pull off method in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.9.

 Test Equipment: Elcometer 510T (MIS 0209)


 Dollies: Aluminium 20mm Ø
 Adhesive: 3M Scotch-Weld DP 460

Pull off adhesion was determined in accordance with the method defined in EN 24624 with the test dollies having
been cut around.
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Ambient Temperature (23 ±2°C):

Dolly Force Avg.


Position (MPa) Failure Mode / Description Force
(MPa)
30% C (cohesive failure of second coat)
1 19.4
70% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)
2 8.3 100% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)
20% C (cohesive failure of second coat)
Panel No.19

3 18.5 20% -/Y (adhesive failure between second coat and adhesive)
60% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly) ~25.0
10% C (cohesive failure of second coat)
4 19.5 10% -/Y (adhesive failure between second coat and adhesive)
80% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)
5 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

6 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
10% C (cohesive failure of second coat)
1 19.1 40% -/Y (adhesive failure between second coat and adhesive)
50% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)
10% C (cohesive failure of second coat)
2 14.6 40% -/Y (adhesive failure between second coat and adhesive)
Panel No.20

50% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)


20% C (cohesive failure of second coat)
3 17.9 20% -/Y (adhesive failure between second coat and adhesive) ~25.0
60% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)
4 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

5 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

6 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

1 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

2 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
Panel No.21

3 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
40% -/Y (adhesive failure between second coat and adhesive) >25.0
4 14.5
60% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)
5 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

6 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
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Maximum service temperature (60 ±2°C):

Dolly Force Avg.


Position (MPa) Failure Mode / Description Force
(MPa)
70% B (cohesive failure of first coat)
1 4.9
30% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
30% B (cohesive failure of first coat)
2 5.4
70% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
Panel No.22

3 6.1 100% B (cohesive failure of first coat)

10% B (cohesive failure of first coat) 5.55


4 5.0
90% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
90% B (cohesive failure of first coat)
5 5.7
10% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
50% B (cohesive failure of first coat)
6 6.2
50% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
70% B (cohesive failure of first coat)
1 4.3
30% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
20% B (cohesive failure of first coat)
2 4.9
80% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
Panel No.23

3 5.0 100% B (cohesive failure of first coat)


5.15
90% B (cohesive failure of first coat)
4 6.3
10% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
5 4.7 100% B (cohesive failure of first coat)

6 5.7 100% B (cohesive failure of first coat)

70% B (cohesive failure of first coat)


1 4.1 20% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
10% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)
80% B (cohesive failure of first coat)
2 4.6
20% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
Panel No.24

90% B (cohesive failure of first coat)


3 5.0 4.88
10% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)
90% B (cohesive failure of first coat)
4 5.3
10% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)
5 4.5 100% B (cohesive failure of first coat)

6 5.8 100% B (cohesive failure of first coat)

Test results are presented for information purposes only.


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8). Cathodic disbondment in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.10.

 Test Equipment: Tophex CD Tester (MIS 0224)


 Test Equipment: Oven (MIS 0169)
 Measurement: Leica S8APO Microscope, camera & software

Ambient Temperature (23 ±2°C):

Cathodic disbondment testing at ambient temperature was performed for 28 days at 1.5 V (vs. SCE).

The results are as follows:

Radial Disbondment Measurements (mm) Mean Max


Sample
Radius Radius
Ref. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 (mm) (mm)
Panel 51 1.71 1.44 1.69 1.80 2.03 1.57 1.46 1.42 1.62 1.39 1.37 1.76 1.61 2.03
Panel 52 1.71 1.69 1.28 1.33 1.99 1.45 1.60 1.32 1.47 1.31 1.52 1.59 1.52 1.99
Panel 53 1.35 1.57 1.37 1.42 1.79 1.74 1.46 1.40 1.98 1.82 1.97 1.88 1.65 1.98

This test meets the requirements of the standard.

Elevated temperature (60 ±2°C):

Cathodic disbondment testing at the elevated temperature was performed for 48 hours at 1.5 V (vs. SCE).

The results are as follows:

Radial Disbondment Measurements (mm) Mean Max


Sample
Radius Radius
Ref. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 (mm) (mm)
Panel 54 1.55 1.96 1.80 1.51 1.60 1.75 1.13 1.35 0.97 1.69 1.33 1.53 1.51 1.96
Panel 55 1.24 2.01 1.05 1.84 1.69 1.61 1.31 1.54 0.53 1.46 2.31 1.38 1.50 2.31
Panel 56 1.51 1.81 2.13 2.18 2.25 2.46 2.00 2.13 2.02 1.28 1.56 1.62 1.91 2.46

This test meets the requirements of the standard.


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9). Specific electrical insulation resistance in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.11.

 Test Equipment: Fluke Multimeter (MIS 0141)

Ambient Temperature (23 ±2°C):

Panel No. Initial Measurement 70 Days (RS70) 100 Days (RS100) RS100 / RS70
57 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 1
58 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 1
59 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 1

The specific electrical insulation resistance is reported as Rs > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 after 100 days at 23 ±2°C.

This test meets the requirements of the standard.

Note: The actual specific insulation resistance could not be quantified as it exceeded the capacity of the equipment.

Maximum service temperature (60 ±2°C):

The specific electrical insulation resistance measurements at the maximum service temperature are as follows:

Panel No. 60 Panel No. 61 Panel No. 62


Day Rs (Ω/m²) Day Rs (Ω/m²) Day Rs (Ω/m²)
1 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 1 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 1 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2
3 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 3 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 3 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2
7 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 7 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 7 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2
14 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 14 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 14 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2
21 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 21 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 21 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2
28 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 28 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 28 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2
30 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 30 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2 30 > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2

The specific electrical insulation resistance after 30 days at 60 ±2°C was measured as Rs > 6.9 x 107 Ω·m2.

This test meets the requirements of the standard.

Note: The actual specific insulation resistance could not be quantified as it exceeded the capacity of the equipment
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10). Adhesion test after immersion in tap water–in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.12

 Test Equipment: Oven (MIS 0169)


 Test Equipment: TQC SP1000 Cross Cut Adhesion Kit (MIS 0180)

Resistance to removal was performed on the test panels supplied in accordance with annex D.

Test Rating Comments/Observations

Panel
1 No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point
No.28 of the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)
Panel
X-cut adhesion 1 No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point
No.29 at 23 ±2°C of the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)
Panel No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point
1
No.30 of the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)

Test results are presented for information purposes only.

The test site was then repaired and the specimen placed in a water bath so that it is submerged in the water. After
immersion for 100 hours at maximum service temperature (60± 2°C) the specimen is taken out of the water and
allowed to cool to 23± 2°C when a further adhesion test is then carried out in accordance with the requirements of
annex D.

Test Rating Comments/Observations

Panel No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point
1
No.28 of the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)

Panel X-cut adhesion No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point
1
No.29 after immersion of the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)
100hr@60°C
Panel No removal of coating other than that caused by insertion of the flat point
1
No.30 of the knife blade at the intersection point (nominally less than 1 mm)

Test results are presented for information purposes only.


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11). Indentation resistance in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.13

 Test Equipment: Indentation apparatus(MIS 0318)


 Test Equipment: Ovens (MIS 0165,0166,0167)

Ambient temperature (23 ±2°C)

Indentation Measurement (mm)


Sample 34 Sample 35 Sample 36 Mean
Initial 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
+ 24 hours 0.02 0.02 0.04 0.03

The average indentation measurement after 24 hours at 23 ±2°C was 0.02mm.

This test meets the requirements of the standard.

Maximum service temperature (60 ±2°C)

Indentation Measurement (mm)


Sample 37 Sample 38 Sample 39 Mean
Initial 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
+ 24 hours 0.13 0.21 0.13 0.16
DFT 0.926 0.958 0.891 0.925
% Change -14.04 -21.92 -14.59 -16.85

The average change in indentation measurement after 24 hours at 60 ±2°C was 16.85%.

This test meets the requirements of the standard.

12). Thermal ageing in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.14.

 Test Equipment: Oven (MIS 0186)


 Test Equipment: Elcometer 510T (MIS 0209)
 Dollies: Aluminium 20mm Ø
 Adhesive: 3M Scotch-Weld DP 460
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Thermal ageing was performed in accordance with Type 2 systems and therefore exposed for 100 days at 80 ±2°C.
After exposure was completed, the samples were tested in accordance with annex J (pull off adhesion) after allowing
to cool to ambient temperature. The results are as follows:

Dolly Force Avg.


Position (MPa) Failure Mode / Description Force
(MPa)
30% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
1 22.8 40% C (cohesive failure of second coat)
30% -/Y (adhesive failure between second coat and adhesive)
2 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
Panel No.43

3 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
>25.0
4 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
10% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
5 23.9 50% C (cohesive failure of second coat)
40% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)
6 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

1 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
20% B/C (adhesive failure between first and second coats)
2 20.2 50% C (cohesive failure of second coat)
Panel No.44

30% Y/Z (adhesive failure between adhesive and test dolly)


3 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off >25.0
4 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

5 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

6 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

1 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

2 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
Panel No.45

3 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
>25.0
4 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

5 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off

6 >25.0 Greater than test equipment range - did not pull off
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The appearance and continuity of the coated samples was inspected visually after exposure.

The coating was of uniform colour, appearance, and free of holidays, defects and laminations detrimental to the
quality of the coating.

There was a noticeable colour change observed when compared to an untested panel (see the photograph in
Appendix A).

Holiday detection was carried out in accordance with the method defined in annex B with a voltage of 8 V per µm of
nominal thickness.

The test voltage was calculated as 6.9 kV based on the above formula and the nominal film thickness determined in
accordance with subclause 7.2.

No defects, e.g. holidays porosity or other damages were detected.

Test results are presented for information purposes only.


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13). Infra-red scan in accordance with EN 10289-2002 Sub clause 7.15.

A sample of cured product was submitted for FTIR analysis. The sample was analysed using an Agilent Technologies
Cary 630 FTIR spectrometer.

Jotun panel 59

An acceptance criterion for this test is by comparison with a reference scan supplied by the product manufacturer.
No reference scans have been submitted; therefore results are presented for information only.

Summary:

The Marathon 1000 XHB coating submitted by Jotun A/S meets the requirements of the standard, as presented in
the body of this report.

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2 Application data added as Appendix C D.Lester 17/12/18
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Technical report by: Approved by:

David Lester, Project Leader, C. Booth, Operations Manager,


Coatings & Polymers Coatings & Polymers
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APPENDIX A - Test Photographs

Pull off adhesion @ 23°C Panels 19, 20 & 21

Pull off adhesion @ 60°C Panels 22, 23 & 24


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Panel 51 Panel 52

Panel 53 Panel 54

Panel 55 Panel 56
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Pull off adhesion after thermal ageing 100 days @ 80°C, panels 43, 44 & 45
(& untested ref panel to show colour difference)
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APPENDIX B – UKAS ISO 17025 Accreditation Status for BS EN 10289-2002


Sub-
Test Method Accreditation Status See Note
clause
Dry thickness 7.2 Accredited 2
Hardness Shore “D” 7.3 Not Accredited 3
Appearance and continuity
7.4 N/A -
Holiday detection 7.6 Flexible Scope 1
Impact resistance 7.7 Flexible Scope 1
Adhesion test - Resistance
7.8 Accredited 2
to removal
Adhesion test -
7.9 Accredited 2
Pull-off method
Cathodic disbondment 7.10 Accredited 2
Specific electrical insulation
7.11 Accredited 2
resistance
Immersion - Adhesion test
7.12 Accredited 2
- Resistance to removal
Indentation resistance 7.13 Accredited 2
Thermal Ageing 7.14 Flexible Scope 1
Infra-red scan 7.15 N/A -

Accreditation Status Notes:

Note Accreditation Status Description


SGS MIS Testing Limited, UKAS reference 4444, is accredited for a
flexible scope that enables them to conduct
accredited testing through the update of currently accredited test
1 Flexible Scope methods to the latest versions of those test
methods, and to technically equivalent test methods, for the
activities detailed below, in accordance with the
documented in-house procedure ADM 030: – Flexible Scope
Testing is accredited on the ISO 17025 scope of approval for SGS
2 Accredited
MIS Testing Ltd, UKAS reference 4444
SGS are not accredited for this test and the results are therefore
3 Not Accredited
outside the scope of our accreditation.
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APPENDIX C – Application Data


Paint Application Form
Report no.: SGS BS EN 10289 — —

Application data: Ist Coat 2nd Coat —

Coating product: Marathon 1000 XHB Marathon 1000 XHB — —

Colour: GREY GREY —

Date: 26.06.2018 27.06.2018 — —

Time: 12:45 10:15 — —

Surface prep. Grit blasted - — —

Blasting standard SA 2 ½ - —

Abrasive used A1.sil — Scorex - —

Roughness Medium - — —

Salt Content <2Omg - — —

Batch No. Comp. A EE3661282585 EE3661282585 — —

Batch No. Comp. B 16354261*1:2 16354261*1:2 = =

Equipmentused Wiwa7l:1 Wiwa7l:1 — —

Air pressure — bars 350 350 — —

Size nozzle 25” 25” — —

Fan width 60° 60° — —

Mix.ratiobyvolume 3:1 3:1 — —

Mix ratio by weight 100:23 100:23 — —

lnduction time - -

Pot life at 23°C: 45 minuts 45 minuts — —

Volume solid 98% 98% — —

Wet film thickness 408pm 408pm —

Dry film thickness 400im 400pm — —

Thinner Cleaning 17 17 17 17 — —

% Thinner - -

Filter Pump MESH


- No filter No filter — —

Air temperature 28°C 27°C — —

%RH. 52% 50% ——

Steel temperature 28°C 27°C — —

Dew point 166°C 15,1°C — —

Present at application: JOTIJN AS: Tom Erling Tvedt and Aage Ellefs—
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DNV-GL: Pål Evju. NitnesSed C RevieWed
with:
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