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RELATED DOCUMENTS Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General and Supplementary Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section. SUMMARY A. This Section includes surface preparation and the application of paint systems on the following interior substrates: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. B. Concrete masonry units (CMU). Steel. Non-Ferrous metals. Wood. Gypsum board. Plaster. Concrete. Structural Glazed Tile Ceramic Tile
Related Sections include the following: 1. 2. 3. Division 03 Section “Cast in Place Concrete.” Division 06 Sections for shop priming carpentry with primers specified in this Section. Division 08 Sections for factory priming windows and doors with primers specified in this Section.
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SUBMITTALS Product Data: For each type of product indicated. Samples for Initial Selection: For each type of topcoat product indicated. Samples for Verification: For each type of paint system and in each color and gloss of topcoat indicated. 1. 2. 3. 4. D. Submit Samples on rigid backing, 6 inches square. Step coats on Samples to show each coat required for system. Label each coat of each Sample. Label each Sample for location and application area.
Product List: For each product indicated, include the following: 1. Cross-reference to paint system and locations of application areas. designations indicated on Drawings and in schedules. Use same
1. at temperatures less than 5 degrees F above the dew point. C. 1. with the proposed product highlighted. b. QUALITY ASSURANCE Adequate Lighting: General Contractor to provide a light source with a minimum 45-50 footcandles in areas requiring interior painting. AND HANDLING Store materials not in use in tightly covered containers in well-ventilated areas with ambient temperatures continuously maintained at not less than 45 degrees F. PROJECT CONDITIONS Apply paints only when temperature of surfaces to be painted and ambient air temperatures are between 50 and 95 degrees F. B. 1.5 A. Maintain containers in clean condition.6 A. apply additional benchmark samples of additional colors selected by Architect at no added cost to Owner. Architect will select one surface to represent surfaces and conditions for application of each paint system specified in Part 3. B. 1. Final approval of color selections will be based on benchmark samples. 2. Other Items: Architect will designate items or areas required. 4. free of foreign materials and residue. If preliminary color selections are not approved.4 A above) and other environmental services have been activated. or to damp or wet surfaces. Wall and Ceiling Surfaces: Provide samples of at least 100 sq.4 A. Do not apply paint to areas where dust is being generated. 3. Cast in place concrete columns must be prepared with only minimum defects prior to applying finish coating system. Do not apply paints when relative humidity exceeds 85 percent.SECTION 09 91 23 PAINTING 2. Printout of current "MPI Approved Products List" for each product category specified in Part 2. DELIVERY. D. 099123-2 05-ED1-177A . STORAGE. Remove rags and waste from storage areas daily. 2. Mockups: Apply benchmark samples of each paint system indicated and each color and finish selected to verify preliminary selections made under sample submittals and to demonstrate aesthetic effects and set quality standards for materials and execution. Apply benchmark samples after adequate lighting (refer to 1. 1. ft. a. a. Approved mockups may become part of the completed Work. Applications may be continued during inclement weather within the temperature limits specified by the paint manufacturer during application and drying periods.
for compliance with requirements for maximum moisture content and other conditions affecting performance of work. Pratt and Lambert Sherwin Williams PAINT.2 A. Basis of Design product: The Sherwin Williams Company. provide products recommended in writing by manufacturers of topcoat for use in paint system and on substrate indicated. 2. PART 3 . B. 05-ED1-117A 099123-3 . ICI Paints. B. GENERAL Material Compatibility: 1. EXTRA MATERIALS Furnish extra materials described below that are from same production run (batch mix) as materials applied and that are packaged for storage and identified with labels describing contents. Packaging: Tightly seal each container and clearly label with contents and location used. Concrete: 12 percent. when calculated according to 40 CFR 59.SECTION 09 91 23 PAINTING 1. PART 2 . Section 3. These requirements do not apply to primers or finishes that are applied in a fabrication or finishing shop. EXAMINATION Examine substrates and conditions. For each coat in a paint system. 3. Masonry (Clay and CMU): 12 percent. 2. exclusive of colorants added to a tint base. 2. 2. provide products by one of the B. Equivalent products of the following paint manufacturers are considered equal: Manufacturers: following: 1. based on testing and field experience. 2.1 A. represented in PART 3. 1. Subpart D (EPA Method 24). under conditions of service and application as demonstrated by manufacturer.6 INTERIOR PAINTING SCHEDULE by “SW Product Number & Name”. Provide materials for use within each paint system that are compatible with one another and substrates indicated.7 A. with Applicator present. Maximum Moisture Content of Substrates: When measured with an electronic moisture meter as follows: 1. Quantity: Furnish an additional gallon of each material and color applied.PRODUCTS A. Colors: As selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range C. Subject to compliance with requirements.EXECUTION 3. Chemical Components of Field-Applied Interior Paints and Coatings: Provide products that comply with the limits for VOC content.
Plaster: 12 percent. curing compounds. Galvanized-Metal Substrates: Remove grease and oil residue from galvanized sheet metal fabricated from coil stock by mechanical methods to produce clean. and similar items already in place that are not to be painted. Concrete. Aluminum Substrates: Remove surface oxidation. Fill concrete masonry unit/concrete surfaces with block filler. Begin coating application only after unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected and surfaces are dry. Clean according to SSPC-SP1 guidelines. Remove release agents. use workers skilled in the trades involved to reinstall items that were removed. 2. After completing painting operations. Wood: 15 percent. performance rating. Masonry. then apply test patch to ensure adhesion of paint. including surface conditions and compatibility with existing finishes and primers. C. If removal is impractical or impossible because of size or weight of item. lightly etched surfaces that promote adhesion of subsequently applied paints. 3. 099123-4 05-ED1-177A . Clean using methods recommended in writing by paint manufacturer. 1. Remove plates. Clean substrates of substances that could impair bond of paints. 3. and Cement Stucco: 1. grease. Patch holes and cracks flush with the surface using Portland Cement grout or an approved patching material. 4.2 A. PREPARATION Comply with manufacturer's written instructions and recommendations in "MPI Architectural Painting Specification Manual" applicable to substrates indicated. Verify suitability of substrates. F. 2. Do not paint surfaces if moisture content or alkalinity of surfaces to be painted exceeds that permitted in manufacturer's written instructions. C. or nomenclature plates. efflorescence. 5. Remove incompatible primers and reprime substrate with compatible primers as required to produce paint systems indicated. D. E. 1. G. Steel Substrates: Remove rust and loose mill scale. Beginning coating application constitutes Contractor's acceptance of substrates and conditions. 5. and chalk. Remove surface-applied protection if any. Gypsum Board: 12 percent. D. 1. 4.SECTION 09 91 23 PAINTING 3. Use water based cleaners only if water based dryfall is used and solvent cleaners if alkyd dryfall is used. Do not paint over labels of independent testing agencies or equipment name. B. provide surface-applied protection before surface preparation and painting. Scrape or grind fins and protrusions flush with the surface. and incompatible paints and encapsulants. oil. identification. including dirt. tinted final color and texture. machined surfaces.
3. Finish door tops. and similar hinged items to match exposed surfaces. Do not apply paint to plaster containing more than 15% moisture. holidays. removable or hinged covers. 3. Sand smooth when dried. spotting. Epoxy coating: 1. 3. apply additional coats until cured film has a uniform paint finish. 4. G. Scrape and clean knots. and backsides of wood. paint surfaces behind permanently fixed equipment or furniture with prime coat only. brush marks. Plaster and Gypsum Board Substrates: 1. Use applicators and techniques suited for paint and substrate indicated. 3. Remove nibs and other protrusions by scraping flush with the surface. 2. Allow to dry. 2. 2. runs. Paint front and backsides of access panels. and edges same as faces after they are fitted. Touch up “hot spots” in plaster after first coat. laps. APPLICATION Apply paints according to manufacturer's written instructions. faces. 3. Stained finish: 1. I. Paint hollow metal doors prior to installation of hardware. Sand and dust between each coat to remove defects. Wood Substrates: 1. or other surface imperfections. sags. and appearance. undersides. F. Back prime all interior and exterior trim. Where items of millwork or cabinetry are not prefinished. After priming. interiors shall be finished as directed by Architect. If undercoats or other conditions show through topcoat. 2. bottoms.SECTION 09 91 23 PAINTING H. D. fill holes and imperfections in the finish surfaces with putty or plastic wood filler. color. ropiness. Apply uniformly and wipe off excess as required. Painted work: 1. Apply paints to produce surface films without cloudiness. Prime edges. ends. Do not begin paint application until finishing compound or plaster is dry and sanded smooth. C. Before final installation. and dust off. 1. Sand surfaces that will be exposed to view. E. Cut in sharp lines and color breaks.3 A. Items installed prior to epoxy coating: 05-ED1-117A 099123-5 . 4. Patch voids and cracks with spackling compound. Paint surfaces behind movable equipment and furniture same as similar exposed surfaces. Epoxy coating performed in strict compliance with manufacturer’s application manual and recommendations. B. 2. and apply coat of knot sealer before applying primer. roller tracking. 2.
Painting of ceiling and walls to wainscot. 2. Visible portions of internal surfaces of metal ducts. Owner will engage the services of a qualified testing agency to sample paint materials being used. e. and certified in presence of Contractor. b. pay for testing. Contractor shall remove noncomplyingpaint materials from Project site. Uninsulated plastic piping. d. Plastering and wallboard (walls and ceiling).SECTION 09 91 23 PAINTING a. 3. base. carpet. Uninsulated metal piping. the two paints are incompatible. and other discarded materials from Project site. Testing of Paint Materials: Owner reserves the right to invoke the following procedure at any time and as often as Owner deems necessary during the period when paints are being applied: 1. Door and trim sealed. b. g. b. c. and installed. and repaint surfaces painted with rejected materials. Electrical Work: Electrical equipment that is indicated to have a factory-primed finish for field painting.5 A. on repainting with complying materials. Caulking and sealant adjacent to epoxy coating. rags. Mechanical Work: a. d. Testing agency will perform tests for compliance with product requirements. Duct or paintable equipment Mechanical equipment that is indicated to have a factory-primed finish for field painting. 3. H. without liner. remove rubbish. behind air inlets and outlets. Contractor will be required to remove rejected materials from previously painted surfaces if. the following: 1. Painting Mechanical and Electrical Work: Paint items exposed in equipment rooms and occupied spaces including.4 A. 3. Do not paint below wainscot line. f. Resilient tile floor. Samples of material delivered to Project site will be taken. CLEANING AND PROTECTION At end of each workday. Finish painting as required. c. Owner may direct Contractor to stop applying paints if test results show materials being used do not comply with product requirements. empty cans. Film thickness: Surfaces scheduled to receive epoxy coating shall be applied in two (2) coats. Pipe hangers and supports. c. I. FIELD QUALITY CONTROL 3. 099123-6 05-ED1-177A . sealed. but not limited to. Tanks that do not have factory-applied final finishes. 4. primed. identified. Floor and base: Terrazzo/Ceramic/Porcelain/Quarry tile. Items installed after epoxy coating is installed and cured: a.
scraping. Topcoat: SW Alkyd Dryfall B48 series. Prime Coat: SW HD Block Filler (Semigloss) B42W46 b. After completing paint application. Waterborne. Latex System: MPI INT 5. 3. clean spattered surfaces.2E. 3. two (2) coats. a.3H. At completion of construction activities of other trades. Alkyd Dry-Fall System: MPI INT 5. Topcoat: SW WB Epoxy BTO 200 (Semigloss) Series. as approved by Architect. b. and refinishing. B. Epoxy System: MPI INT 4. c. Prime Coat: 100 percent Acrylic. b. Prime Coat: SW Galvite Primer B50WZ30. Prime Coat: SW Preprite Block Filler B25W25.5-4ml dft per coat. Two (2) coats 4-8 mils DFT/coat. Topcoat: SW Waterborne Acrylic Dryfall B42 series. two (2) coats at 3-5ml DFT. 3. 2.3F. Topcoat: SW DTM Acrylic Semigloss B66-200series. Latex System: MPI EXT 5. Semi-Gloss (30-40 units at 60 degrees F. C. a. Topcoat: 100 percent Acrylic. Remove spattered paints by washing. a. b. Water-Based Dry-Fall System: MPI INT 5.5 mils DFT/coat.0 mils DFT/coat. Protect work of other trades against damage from paint application. Prime Coat: SW DTM Primer Finish B66W1.7 A. a.2F a.0 mils/coat. and Aluminum Substrates: 1. Latex System: MPI INT 4. EXTERIOR PAINTING SCHEDULE A. b. 3. Metal . two (2) coats 3. 2. Waterborne. or other methods.SECTION 09 91 23 PAINTING B. repairing. and leave in an undamaged condition. Topcoat: SW ProMar 200 Latex Semigloss B31 series. Do not scratch or damage adjacent finished surfaces. Corrosion Resistant Primer.0 mils DFT/coat Surfaces: Miscellaneous ferrous metal. 2. a. two (2) coats 1. Correct damage to work of other trades by cleaning. D. replacing. Non-Ferrous.1D. touch up and restore damaged or defaced painted surfaces. 05-ED1-117A 099123-7 .3A. 3. Galvanized-Metal.6 INTERIOR PAINTING SCHEDULE CMU Substrates: 1.).Ferrous Substrates: 1.
Alkyd System: MPI INT 5. A68 series. two (2) coats. b. two (2) coats. 1. 1-1. Prime Coat: SW PrepRite Classic Latex Primer B28W101. Topcoat: SW Wood Classics Oil Varnish satin finish A-66-300 series.3C. doors. B54 series. trim. 2. a. b. Prime Coat: Spot prim as needed with SW Galvite Metal Primer series. Stain: SW Wood Classics Interior Stain A49-200 series.3B. a. 2mls dft per coat. two (2) coats. 1. two (2) coats.5-4ml dft per coat. D. Alkyd System: MPI INT 6. two (2) coats. windows. Gymnasium Type (Surface) Finishes. Sanding sealer: SW Wood Classics Sanding Sealer B66-V43. 1) Top Coat: SW ProClassic Waterborne Semigloss B31 series.5mls dft per coat. a.3A. and miscellaneous painted wood. Stain: SW Wood Classics Interior Stain A49-200 series. c. urethane-oil type. Wood Substrates: 1. 1) 2) E. windows. Topcoat: SW DTM Acrylic Semigloss B66-200series. Stained and varnished surfaces. Prime Coat: SW KemKromik Metal Primer B50Z series. 1ml dft per coat. Prime Coat: SW PrepRite Quick Seal Interior Alkyd Primer Y24W980. Floor-Sealer Formulation: Pliable. doors. 2.4B.SECTION 09 91 23 PAINTING 4.5mls dft.5-2mls dft. and miscellaneous unfinished wood. b. one (1) coat. two (2) coats. 1-1. Latex System: MPI INT 6. one (1) coat. including architectural woodwork. including architectural woodwork. 2mls dft per coat.4R. Steel substrate: MPI INT 5. Latex System: MPI INT 6. penetrating type. a. 099123-8 05-ED1-177A . one (1) coat. Painted surfaces. 1. trim. Gym Floor-Finish System (Alternate #3): System of compatible components recommended in writing by flooring manufacturer and MFMA approved. 1) Topcoat: SW Wood Classics Waterborne Polyurethane Varnish. two (2) coats. Topcoat: SW ProClassic Interior Alkyd Semigloss B34 series. C. 1-2mls dft. Topcoat (Interior Surfaces): SW Metalastic DTM Modified Semigloss Enamel B55Z600 series.3T.3G. Latex System: MPI INT 5. 2-4 dft per coat. satin finish. Alkyd System: MPI INT 6. Topcoat (Exterior Surfaces): SW Industrial Enamel Semigloss finish. Type: MFMA Group 3. b. 3-5mls dft per coat. 1) 2.
4mls dft per coat. Epoxy System: a. b. F. Top Coat: Two (2) Coats WB Epoxy B70 Series Cement Plaster Substrates: 1. a) b) c) Scarify existing painted or sealed floor surface for adhesion. 2. Topcoat: SW WB Epoxy BTO 200 (Semigloss) Series. Gypsum Board Substrates: 1. Topcoat: SW ProMar200 Latex Eggshell B20-220. Prime Coat: SW HD Block Filler (Semigloss) B42W46 b. Epoxy System: a. 2mls dft per coat. G. I. G&L Supplies H. two (2) coats. Apply test patch and examine for lifting. 1. Top coat: SW ProMar 200 Latex Semigloss B31 series. 05-ED1-117A 099123-9 . one (1) coat. Latex System: MPI INT 9. Topcoat: Apply two (2) coats of colored sealer. Add antislip aggregate to second coat in wet areas. Chemical Components: Provide products that comply with the following limits for VOC content when calculated according to 40 CFR 59. 1. 4. Prime Coat: SW HD Block Filler (Semigloss) B42W46 b. 2. Concrete to be cleaned and prepped according to manufacturer’s recommendations.5mls dft per coat. Structural Glazed Tile. one (1) coat. 5. Prime Coat: X1M 400 W Primer b. Floor Sealers and Finish Coats: VOC content of not more than 350 g/L. Prime Coat: SW PrepRite Masonry Primer B28W300 series. a. Topcoat: SW WB Epoxy BTO 200 (Semigloss) Series. Concrete Substrates (Where indicated for seal): Basis of Design Product: SW Armor Seal 1000. Prime Coat: SW PrepRite 200 Latex Primer B28W200. Game-Line and Marker Paint: Industrial enamel compatible with finish coats and recommended in writing by manufacturers of finish coats.5 mls dft per coat. Game-Line and Marker Paint: VOC content of not more than 150 g/L. Subpart D (EPA Method 24): a. Two (2) coats. New plaster: a. and paint for this use. 1-1. two (2) 1. Ceramic Tile. Two (2) coats. 2. b.2A. Finish-Coat Formulation: Formulated for gloss finish and multicoat application. a. Equals by: 1) Johnson Wax. b.SECTION 09 91 23 PAINTING 3.
SECTION 09 91 23 PAINTING END OF SECTION 09 91 23 099123-10 05-ED1-177A .
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