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INSPECTION TEST PLAN

The inspection and test plan is a vital part of Quality control and Quality assurance plan. It occurs in different stages of work implementation as already shown in our Performance schedule. The test plan procedure is carried out in three stages of inspection and testing. 1. Surface preparation 2. Coating applications 3. Concrete Repair 1. Surface Preparation: On Steel Beam Surfaces During surface preparation, the one length section of steel beam is enclosed properly with management of proper air circulation system equipment such as PARP and Respiratory Protective devices. Steel has to be sand blasted according to SSPC-SP-10 (NACE Standard) or SA 2 (ISO 8501-1). Average surface profile Rz > 50m has to be achieved. Ensure that the substrate is free from containments detrimental to adhesion. The blasting is done by Euro grit, Aluminum Oxide, Copper slag 1 and 2.The surface is thoroughly inspected to remove any sharp edges, undercut, rough beads etc. After inspection, the survey of steel member will carry out to determine thickness with precise measurement such as calipers and the steel area loss is calculated in percentage at the Initial and after blasting. Furthermore, the procedure is carried out as specified in specification for strengthening. After strengthening, again the surface roughness, splatter of weld is inspected and removed if any. On Concrete Surfaces All the Cracks underside of slab will be inspected thoroughly and marked the repair areas. The temporary propping will be done around the repair areas. The Loose concrete near the cracks will be removed and concrete will be removed at least 25mm behind the rusted reinforcement. The rusted bar is blast clean. The repair area will be enclosed properly with management of proper air circulation system equipment such as PARP and Respiratory Protective devices. Rusted Steel has to be sand blasted according to SSPC-SP-10 (NACE Standard) or SA 2 (ISO 8501-1). Average surface profile Rz > 50m has to be achieved. Ensure that the substrate is free from containments detrimental to adhesion. The blasting is done by Euro grit, Aluminum Oxide, Copper slag 1 and 2.The diameter of steel reinforcement will be measured and the steel area loss is calculated in percentage at the Initial and after blasting. Furthermore, the procedure is carried out as specified in specification for strengthening. 2. Coating applications: The Coating of Steel beam will be done by Sika Guard 62.The working areas shall be protected from strong winds or rain etc., to prevent adverse

conditions for the materials preparation, application and curing during and after the lining works. The Climatic conditions such as Ambient and Surface temperature shall be defined as Substrate temp. > 3K above dew point and measured e.g. by thermometer, hygrometer, dew point table. The range of temperature should be Min. +10C (but at least 3K above dew point) and Max. +35C. In all of the application condition, the substrate must be at least 3K above dew point. The mixing and application of this coating along with the applicators information is attached in the Annexure of this submittal for reference. 3. Concrete repair: After Completion of strengthening of reinforcement bars, the Coating of steel bar carry out by Sikaguard 62. The working areas shall be protected from strong winds or rain etc., to prevent adverse conditions for the materials preparation, application and curing during and after the lining works. The Climatic conditions such as Ambient and Surface temperature shall be defined as Substrate temp. > 3K above dew point and measured e.g. by thermometer, hygrometer, dew point table. The range of temperature should be Min. +10C (but at least 3K above dew point) and Max. +35C. In all of the application condition, the substrate must be at least 3K above dew point. The mixing and application of this coating along with the applicators information is attached in the Annexure of this submittal for reference. After completion of Coatings, a dense concrete repair mortar, Sika MonoTop 615HB will be applied as mentioned in data sheets of Sika Monotop 615HB. The Inspectors CV and inspection procedure check list of Steel beam lining is also attached in the Annexure-I of this submittal for reference.

ANNEXURE I
1. Method of Statement of Application of Sikaguard 62 2. Method of statement of Application as mentioned in Data sheet of Sika MonoTop 615 HB
3.

Check list for Inspection of Steel Lining with Sikaguard

4. Punch List Format


5.

CVs for Inspection team

Himalayan Builders and Engineers


EOB Steel Beam Upgrade Project at the American Embassy, Bangkok, Thailand Contract No.: SGE500- 12 - C - 0024

Check List for Steel Lining with Sikagard 62 Area.. Supervisor................. Project Engineer..................................... Date.............................
1 Material Preparation - Sikagard 62 Batch No. Quantit y ..kg. ..kg. ..kg. Who HB Date Time Accept Reject Singature Who
HB

Date

Time

Accept

Reject

Singature

2 Steel Surface Preparation - Perform steel surface preparation according to Sa 2 as defined by ISO 8501-1 (Shotblasting) Check no visible rust on steel surface and steel surface is free from dust and other friable matter.

HB / Sika (Thailand) at start up and agreed time intervals Who HB HB HB HB HB / Sika (Thailand) at start up and agreed time intervals Who HB Date Time Accept Reject Singature Date Time Accept Reject Singature

Application of Sikagard 62 (1 st Coat) - Check material quantity per area before application of First coat Check substrate temp. > 3K above dew point During application check wet film thicknes every square meter Allow coat to cure based on minimum / maximum intercoat waiting times Check dry film thickness before application of 2nd coat

Application of Sikagard 62 (2 st Coat) - Check material quantity per area before application of 2nd coat

Check substrate temp. > 3K above dew point During application check wet film thicknes every square meter Check dry film thickness of coat'sapplied

HB HB HB / Sika (Thailand) at start up and agreed time intervals

With reference to the various Check listed above, Sika confirms with its signatures that, based on its respective site visits on the dates indicated above, the application of the above mentioned Sika products has been effected in accordance with Sikas written recommendations; Sika has not detected any visible defects in Sika's products as applied. However, the above confirmations are based only on a visual check of the actual status of the job site and the works executed as seen during Sikas site visit. Sikas responsibility is therefore limited to the results of its visual check and does not imply any further responsibility as to Sika's products, and/or their correct application by any third party. ( Sika Thailand ) .... (..........................................) Applicator ...) Owner Representative . (.......................................

CURRICULUM VITAE
Personnel Data:
Surname: Christian Names: Date of Birth: Place of Birth: Marital Status: Dependence: Telephone (Home): Telephone (Mobile): Riebandt Harald Juergen April, 18th 1960 Urach, Baden Wuertemberg De - Facto Two ++ (66 38) 630 185 ++ (66) 8 1862 3413

Education Details:
1980 1980 -1982 1982 - 1983 1983 - 1986 Sika Abitur, Aufbau Gymnasium Moessingen University Tuebingen, Biology 3 Semester Luftwaffe Mengen Completed Apprenticeship in Chemistry with Chemie in Stuttgart

Work Experience:
1986 - 1987 bridge -

Sika Chemie, continued


Research & Development Chemist for deck waterproofing membranes and industrial applied heavy duty corrosion protection. Project Manager in R & D Department for following projects: 1) Elastomer additive for black roads 2) Electrical conductive flooring materials 3) High chemical resistant materials for bund

1987 - 1990 the

areas 1990 - 1995 Technical Manager, Sika Thailand Limited Responsibilities: 1) Technology transfer, production / lab. for Admixtures, mortars and epoxy based 2) Formulating and market introduction of melamine based admixtures. 3) Providing technical service to big projects as Infrastructure (B+B, Dywidag, etc.), plants (various contractors), 4) Providing technical service for Vietnam market

products.

such Power Refineries

1995 - 1999

Director of Technical & Production Departments, Sika Vietnam Responsibilities: 1) Managing production, technical service and laboratories 2) Project manager for construction and commissioning of new Sika factories. 3) Servicing key accounts and big projects.

1999 to date Limited

Technical Manager, Sika Thailand Responsibilities: 1) Head of Expert Team BU Concrete & Contractor Technical responsibility for introduction of new And maintenance of existing products in the Following application fields: Concrete Repair and Strengthening Concrete Technology Industrial Flooring and Lining Structural Grouting & Cable Duct Injection Engineered Waterproofing Reporting of R&D activities via Sika Innovation Portal (Global Data Base) 3) Managing QC / R&D laboratory (10 persons) and technical service department (8 persons) 4) Providing technical support to projects in Thailand, Myanmar and Laos. . 2)