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This document is developed from/ supersedes Phase 1 Document No. 017661-0000-45EG-0004. Environmental Category for Power Plant and Smelter changed from C5-M to C3 and C4. Grating and stair threads shall be only galvanized. Intermediate coat for S1a and S1b adapted to C3 and C4 respectively. Other minor corrections. Comments from client document 503406-AD0000-20CRS-0013 been included

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............................................................................3 1........... 14 Visual Inspection.......................7 1.......................................................................1 7............. 12 Method of Application .................................................................................... 15 Preparation for Transport......................................................................................................................................2 1........ 5 Scope....3 7..........................................3 6................................................ 11 General ................................. 8 Government Regulations .......................................1 1................................................................................................. 8 Warranty .................................................... 11 CLEANING AND PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS ...................................................................................... 12 Climatic Conditions ............... 9 PAINT MATERIALS .. 8 Quality Assurance......................... 15 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) ............................. 12 Coating Application ...........................9 1.................................0 1..0 2........ 13 Surface Finish ................ 5 Purpose............................5 6........................................................ 6 Definitions .............................................................4 6.................... 14 Dry Film Thickness .............................................................7 6..............................................................6 1...........................................................6 6............................................................................................................................0 7....................................................................................................................................................2 7..........0 6.....................4 1.... 14 Surface Preparation ...... 6 Project Standard Specifications .............................. 10 Storage of Materials..2 6..........................................................................................................................4 7......................................................................................................8 7.............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12 Time between Coats of Paint................... 10 Paint Compatibility ..................................................................................................................................... 11 Maximum Exposure of Blasted Surfaces ................. 5 General ...............................................................................................................................................0 3............................... 10 BRIGHT PARTS .....2 3........PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. 11 PAINTING APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS ............................................................................ Date Page 00 2010-12-06 3/28 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1................................... 5 Environmental Conditions .......................1 2..0 6............................................................................5 INTRODUCTION ..........................1 6.............................. 8 WARRANTY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE.1 3...........................................................3 4.................. 13 TESTING AND INSPECTION............................................................................................2 3........................................................................................... 8 Code and Standards Conflicts .........................0 5............................. 9 Mixing and Handling ................................................................................................................................................ 14 General ......................................................................................................................8 1.............................................................................................................................................. 5 Durability .........................................10 2..... 13 Repairs to Welds and Damaged Areas............. 6 International Codes and Standards .................5 1..........................................................................................................................................................................................................

.....................................................................................................................................................4 9.......................................................................................................................5 9........................................................................................................................................... 16 General ............. 17 SITE PAINTING.............. 15 Application Schedule ................ 16 Preparation ...............................0 8...................... 16 Fixings..... 15 Operating Environment Conditions ................... 17 Transportation and Erection.............................................................................................................................. 16 Galvanizing – Structural Steel.................................................................................................................... 17 APPENDIX A – APPENDIX B – APPENDIX C – APPENDIX D – APPENDIX E – PAINT SYSTEM APPLICATION SCHEDULE PAINT SYSTEM SCHEDULE STRUCTURE AND EQUIPMENT COLOUR SCHEDULE OPERATING ENVIRONMENT SCHEDULE PAINT PREFERRED SUPPLIERS WITH EXAMPLES 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) ...................................4 9...........................6 9............................... 16 Colour Schedule ................ 16 GALVANIZED COATING .......................................................2 8...................................1 8.....................................................................................0 PAINT SYSTEMS .......................... 16 Design for Galvanizing......................................2 9...................3 8...........7 10....................................0 9..................................................................................................................PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No...........................................................................3 9.... 17 Repair to Galvanizing...................1 9........ 16 Galvanizing – Nuts and Bolts................................................ Date Page 00 2010-12-06 4/28 8.............................................................................

This specification is applicable to all carbon steel and low allow (9% chrome or less) steels. This specification is confined to corrosion protection for metallic structures (local fabricated and bulk finished overseas). 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . The most common corrosion control methods. These guidelines are aimed at providing useful information to be incorporated during design. 1. Guidelines are provided in order to promote high level of design quality. Also provided is the list of preferred paint manufacturers and products. These conditions require that steelwork be given a high degree of protection.2 Purpose The purpose of this specification is to provide guidelines for corrosion control measures in the design and operations of facilities under the jurisdiction of the EMAL facilities. 1.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 5/28 1. Refer to Data Sheet 503406-0000-40ED-0022 (Basis of Design – Geotechnical Data) and 503406-000040EC-0003 (Site Conditions) for more details. and other related design aspects. appropriate materials and application requirements are presented in this specification. soil. with high salinity.3 Scope This specification provides guidance for selecting adequate preparation and coating system to minimize corrosion. high temperatures and high humidity environment with wind borne salts and sands.0 1. Its corresponding atmospheric corrosive category in compliance with EN-ISO-12944-2 is mainly C4 “Industrial and Coastal Environment” and C5-M “Offshore Environments”. groundwater. as well as uniformity of practices. selection of materials and corrosion control methods. In general Paint System S1b shall be used for all onshore structural steel works and onshore equipment located outside and inside production facilities. Stainless steel. and marine environments.4 Environmental Conditions The EMAL plant is located on the coast of UAE. aluminium and high-alloy materials exposed to the saline environment require special protection which needs to be specified and approved on a case by case basis. Appendix ‘’D’’ provides a specific classification of the operating conditions of the facilities. Refer to Appendices A to E for specific applications.1 INTRODUCTION General This specification sets out the minimum requirements and the standards for surface treatment and painting and galvanizing for EMAL project. 1. piping and equipment exposed to atmospheric.

Codes.5 Durability The required durability range for this project is > 15 years (high). This can be clarified by Standard EN ISO 12944-1 which states “The durability range is not a ‘guarantee time’.7 International Codes and Standards All materials. Standard Specifications and government regulations 1. A guarantee time is a consideration that is the legal subject of clauses in the administrative part of the contract. Concrete Reinforcing Steel Institute Engineer Representative of the EPCM Contractor managing on behalf of the Client Contractor managing on behalf of the Client International Standard Organization Inspection Test Plan Paint Manufacturer SNC Lavalin International Incorporated Supplier of equipment and or material 1. workmanship and practises shall be in accordance with the latest issue of the international codes and standards as of the 1 July. BS 1710: Identification of pipelines and services 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) .6 Definitions For the purposes of this document. There are no rules that link the two periods of time”.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. the term and definitions given in BS-EN-ISO 12944 part 1 to 8 and the following terms and definitions apply: BS Client/ Owner Contractor CRSI EPCM Engineer EPCM Contractor ISO ITP Manufacturer SLII Vendor /Seller British Standards EMAL Aluminium Company Limited Contractor to EMAL that EPCM Contractor is managing on behalf of Client. The warranty is covered in Section 3 of this document. 2010. The guarantee time is usually shorter than the durability range. Durability is a technical consideration that can help the owner set up a maintenance programme. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 6/28 1.

Evaluation of degradations of coatings Paint and varnishes.Pull-off test for adhesion Standard Test Method for Pull-Off Strength of Coatings Using Portable Adhesion Testers SIS 05 59 00: ISO 20340: 2009 RAL: BS EN ISO 1513 ISO 4624 ASTM D4541 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . Determination of film thickness. Zinc and aluminium coatings. Pictorial surface preparation standards for painting steel surfaces Paints and Varnishes – Performance Requirements or Protective Paint Systems for Offshore and related structures Colour shades Paints and varnishes. Surface roughness characteristics of blast-cleaned steel substrates.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. Paint and Varnishes. Cross cut test Specification for hot dip galvanized coatings on fabricated iron and steel articles Paint and varnishes. Guidelines Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products. Examination and preparation of samples for testing Paints and varnishes -. BS3900-C5 BS EN ISO 4826-2 BS EN ISO 4628-3 BS EN ISO 12944 -1 to 8: BS EN ISO 14713: BS EN ISO 8501-3: BS EN ISO 8503 Schedule of paint colours for building purposes Paints and Varnishes. Protection against corrosion of iron and steel in structures. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 7/28 BS 4800: BS EN ISO 2409 BS EN ISO 1461: BS EN ISO 2808. Evaluation of degradation of coatings Paints and varnishes. Corrosion protection of steel structures by protective paints systems.

workmanship and practises shall be in accordance with the local agencies that have jurisdiction over the project and Abu Dhabi municipality.8 Project Standard Specifications All materials. 503406-0000-42EG-0001 503406-0000-43EC-0001 503406-0000-43EG-0001 503406-0000-45EG-0010 503406-0000-46EG-0001 Concrete Works Design Criteria . no worse than the condition “Re 0”.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. as defined in the European Standard of Rusting. 2.1 WARRANTY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE Warranty The Contractor / Vendor shall obtain a warranty in favour of both the EPCM Contractor and the Contractor / Vendor. 1. on a joint basis from an authorized representative of either the paint Manufacturer or the painter who shall have been approved by the Manufacturer.Structural Structural Steel Works Welded Steel Construction Piping Fabrication and Installation 1. BS EN ISO 12944 – 1 to 8 and BS EN ISO 14713 at no cost to the EPCM Contractor should the paint work condition be worse than specified at any time during the 7-year period.9 Government Regulations All materials. BS EN ISO 12944 – 1 to 8 and BS EN ISO 14713 for a period of seven years from the date of issue of the last final certificate. The Contractor shall at all stages inform in writing the Engineer immediately if there appears to be doubts as to the specified requirements. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 8/28 1. The Contractor shall not proceed with any such aspects of the work until he has received the necessary confirmation in writing from the Engineer. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . The guarantee shall contain an undertaking to carry out any treatment necessary to restore the paintwork as outlined in the standards BS EN ISO 4628-3.0 2. BS EN ISO 4628-3. guaranteeing that the conditions of the painted surfaces shall be.10 Code and Standards Conflicts Any conflicting requirement between the various referenced documents shall be brought to the attention of the Engineer for resolution. and no worse than “Re 1” as defined in the standards BS EN ISO 4628-3. workmanship and practises shall be in accordance with the current issue of the listed project standards specification. after one year.

and the differences and resolution shall be brought to the attention of the EPCM Contractor for review and clarification. batch number and colour designation. when furnished by the Seller / Contractor.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. All painting shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the paint system Manufacturer's recommendations by a painter on the Manufacturer's approved list shown in Appendix ‘’E’’. Inspection reports shall contain the batch number and date of manufacture of materials used. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 9/28 2. the latest written instructions from the coatings Manufacturer including Protective Coating System. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . In the event of conflicts. Product Data Sheets and Product Labels shall be implicitly followed. The Contractor / Vendor shall provide the necessary Quality Control organization to ensure he meets fully his responsibilities and obligations for quality control of surface preparation and application of protective coatings and paint systems. 3. shall be supplied by the same manufacturer. The preferred list of paint manufacturers for the project is shown in Appendix ‘’E’’. etc). The Contractor / Vendor shall be responsible for the quality of Work and shall develop and propose programs and methods of construction and testing to achieve the specified quality to the approval of EPCM Engineer. The application shall be monitored at the site and approved. the Seller/Contractor shall resolve these issues with the different coating manufacturers. wherever the execution is performed. in writing. All paint materials shall be lead and chromate free. Paint materials. by an authorized representative of either the paint Manufacturer or the painter who shall have been approved by the Manufacturer. All components within a given system (primer.0 PAINT MATERIALS All material supplied shall be from ISO 9001 / 9002 or equivalent accredited suppliers. top coat. original containers bearing the Manufacturer's brand name. At all stages. Superimposed primers and coatings shall be compatible. All paints for the equipment and/or structure on the contract shall be provided by one Manufacturer and preferably shall be manufactured in one country to ensure compatibility. shall be in unbroken. the Contractor / Vendor shall submit a quality assurance program for approval.2 Quality Assurance Immediately following the delivery of the notice to proceed.

shall be strictly observed. All colouring of paint shall be by the Manufacturer in accordance with the project specification. quantities and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) shall be developed and maintained.3 Paint Compatibility The Contractor / Vendor shall: Verify that all paints in a painting system shall be supplied by the same paint manufacturer. Provide barrier coats over incompatible primers or remove and re-prime as required. 3.2 Storage of Materials All paint materials shall be stored in strict accordance with the Manufacturer's recommendations. Prior to beginning any painting work. if required. prior approval for compatibility must be obtained from the EPCM Contractor. Mixing shall only be permitted from pre-measured kits. A register of all materials.1 Mixing and Handling All mixing and handling shall be carried out strictly in accordance with the Manufacturer's recommendations. Provide coats which are compatible with the coats already used or to be used. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 10/28 3. 3. adhesion. When on the construction site. Notify the EPCM Contractor for direction as to obtaining access and samples. Notify the EPCM Contractor in writing of any anticipated problems using the coating systems specified on substrates pre-primed. Pot life of multi-component systems. Commencement of painting shall be considered acceptance of the suitability of existing substrates. review applicable painting systems with qualified representatives of the selected paint manufacturer. The Contractor / Vendor shall: Verify existing paint coating materials by site examination and testing. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . If paints from different manufacturers are planned to be used. Review other Sections of these Specifications in which coats are to be provided to ensure compatibility with the total coating system on the various substrates. For repainting of existing painted surfaces.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. and coverage of specified finish paints as a total system. as recommended by the Manufacturer. at no time must paint materials be stored or left exposed to direct sunlight. the Contractor / Vendor shall provide surface preparation and new primers and/or undercoats which will ensure the compatibility. Paints exceeding the stated pot and shelf life shall not be used.

Sharp edges shall be rounded or chamfered. loose rust. This protective coating shall be cleaned off and the parts polished before being handed over. the jointed surfaces shall be cleaned free from all scales. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 11/28 4. Surfaces to be coated shall be cleaned of dirt and dust. loose rust. Where lapped or butted joints form part of an assembly. and Under no circumstances should abrasive cleaning and painting be carried out simultaneously when there is a possibility particulate matter from the cleaning will contaminate the paint being applied. provided they offer the same standards of surface protection and service life as those intended by the schedules. the blasted surface shall be blown down with dry. The EPCM Engineer may consider alternative paint schemes to meet the requirements of fabrication using modern automated material handling systems. Oil and grease shall be removed by solvent cleaning methods.1 PAINTING APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS General The painting of the works shall be carried out in accordance with the schedules in this specification. grease. which is assembled or part assembled prior to final painting. The schedules indicate standards of surface preparations and painting. 5. oil or other approved rust preventative before dispatch and during erection. Steel sections and plates shall be free from surface flaws and laminations prior to blast cleaning and shall not be in worse conditions than the pictorial standard B of the Swedish standard SIS 05 59 00.0 BRIGHT PARTS All bright parts and non painted surfaces shall be coated with grease.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No.0 CLEANING AND PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS The surfaces to be painted shall be cleaned and prepared in accordance with the more stringent of the paint system schedule in this specification or the Manufacturer’s requirements. Subsequent to the blasting operation and immediately prior to the application of the primer coat. and loose mill scale. 6. oil. clean air to remove dust and any other loose particles. which are intended to give a minimum life of 10 years in a coastal environment. Weld spatter and laminations shall be removed and sharp or rough welds rounded and contoured. free of all salt.0 6. dirt and grease and given one brush applied coat of Zinc Phosphate Primer before assembly. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) .

Seller/Contractors are reminded that curing time decreases as temperature increases and the time between coats needs to be adjusted to suit. a suitable solvent shall be obtained from the paint manufacturer and used.2 Maximum Exposure of Blasted Surfaces It is the Contractor / Vendor's responsibility to ensure that the prime coat is applied to the blast-cleaned surface before any surface deterioration occurs. after taking account of the existing climatic conditions. This time is dependent on prevailing conditions and may need to be reduced.5 Time between Coats of Paint Manufacturer's recommendations for re-coating times should be strictly observed to ensure good adhesion. however. The maximum time period between abrasive blast cleaning and priming shall be four (4) hours.3 Method of Application All paints shall be applied by brush. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 12/28 6. except for priming coats for steel floors. the Manufacturer’s and or EPCM Contractor’s direction should be sought. such as low temperature (below 4°C) or when the surfaces are less then 3°C above dew point. particularly in marine environments.g. Where the contamination (e. Detergents may be required depending on the nature of the contamination. In these circumstances. which are superficially or structurally damp and condensation must be absent before the application of each coat. then the painted surfaces shall be cleaned by scrubbing with copious quantities of clean water or by using a high-pressure water blast. 6. Contamination between coats shall be avoided by minimizing time between coats. oil and grease) cannot be removed completely. the painter shall demonstrate that the spray technique employed does not produce paint films containing vacuoles. 6. it shall be scrubbed down with a 2% solution of Teepol and hosed with clean water. the use of detergents or solvents will only be at the specific approval of the EPCM Engineer. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . When painting hot surfaces. Should any contamination occur. Where paint is to be applied by spray. roller or spray in accordance with the schedule. galleries and stairways where dipping is permitted. Paint shall not be applied to wet or damp surfaces. during rain or fog or relative humidity above 90% or during sandstorms. 6.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. Where the surface has become dirty (as opposed to contaminated) or has been exposed in the open air for more than two days.4 Climatic Conditions Paint shall not be applied to surfaces. followed by scrubbing and washing as above. Painting shall not be carried out under adverse weather conditions.

PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. Any damage made to other’s equipment. On sheltered or unventilated horizontal surfaces on which dew may linger. It is expected that weld profiles be smooth and present a reasonable surface for painting. 6.7 Surface Finish All coated surfaces shall be uniform in colour. Areas damaged in handling or transport shall be locally repaired by blasting and painting in accordance with this specification (re-instated to full coating system – primer to topcoat). the colors of similar items in the existing installation. All adjoining paint films shall be "feathered" carefully to ensure maximum adhesion. by "whip" blasting. free from missed areas. Local grinding of unsatisfactory profiles may be required. Thinners may only be used when following the manufacturer’s recommendations. abrasive blast cleaned in accordance with this paint system schedule. piping or steelwork during any part of delivery or installation shall be rectified by the Contractor / Vendor who made the damage. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 13/28 Contamination by solid particles shall be removed by rubbing down with emery paper or in severe cases. It is the Vendor's responsibility to take precautions to prevent contamination during the application of paint. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . sags. then blasting back to bare metal will be required. drippings. an additional top coat of paint shall be applied. Painting must not proceed until these impurities are removed.8 Repairs to Welds and Damaged Areas Areas affected by welding and the weld itself shall be. which match. Paint coats found to contain contaminants distributed through the film shall be blasted back and re-coated to this specification. If either method is unsuccessful. as near as is practical. flux. All paint film thicknesses given are minimum values and refer to the dry film condition. oxides and other residues shall be removed prior to painting. pinholes. where possible. The Contractor / Vendor shall generally provide finished colors. runs. All traces of spatter. or other imperfections likely to result in premature failure of the protective coating.6 Coating Application Coating application shall comply with the paint manufacturer’s recommendation and specification. 6. 6. more protection is needed and to achieve this.

then power tool cleaning may be employed. determinations and number of readings. subject to the EPCM Contractor’s approval. This is a non-preferred method and if applied. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 14/28 Should abrasive blast cleaning not be possible. the Contractor / Vendor shall rectify any such sub-standard work. 7.2 Surface Preparation Priming coats of paint shall not be applied until the surfaces have been inspected and preparatory work has been approved. third party supervision shall be implemented by the Contractor / Vendor. 7. or in the case of accredited quality systems. Dry film thickness measurements shall be made in accordance with BS EN ISO 2808. acceptable to the EPCM Contractor. For thickness 250 μm and above pull off testing shall be performed. Profile measurements for abrasive blast cleaned surface shall be made with a Keane Tator Profile Comparator. shall produce a finish equivalent to that of abrasive blast cleaning. compliance certificates. None of the EPCM’s inspections. 7. See appendix “B” for required profile amplitudes.0 7. for methods. Where preparation and application are outside the approved quality system. It is the Contractor / Vendor's responsibility to ensure that all the requirements of this specification are achieved and the quality control is in compliance with the approved ITP of the package. Testex Press-O-Film or other method suitable for the abrasive being used and approved.1 TESTING AND INSPECTION General Complete inspection and test records shall be maintained for all work carried out. Clemtec Anchor Profile Chips. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . The Contractor / Vendor shall be responsible for ensuring that detailed inspection and tests are performed in accordance with the relevant Codes and Standards. however. or others not noted.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. this does not imply acceptance in the event of subsequent defective work being found. shall be provided to the EPCM Contractor at the completion of work. The EPCM Contractor reserves the right to carry out on-going inspections throughout the course of the work. Should the EPCM Contractor’s inspection identify defects in the work. will relieve the Contractor / Vendor of responsibility for Contractor / Vendor’s own required inspection activity and acceptance program.3 Dry Film Thickness Dry film thickness shall be measured and recorded after each coat. Inspection certificates and reports.

loss of adhesion is suspected or found. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 15/28 7. Contractor / Vendors shall provide an adequate quantity of touch-up paint to effect minor repairs on site.1 PAINT SYSTEMS Operating Environment Conditions The EMAL plant is located on the coast of UAE. If upon visual inspection. Equipment and components shall not be handled until the coating has completely cured and dried hard. Where items are required to be painted prior to delivery. The Contractor / Vendor shall specify any recommended protection procedures for equipment that is to be stored on site for long periods of time. suitable arrangements shall be made to ensure that damage is not sustained to the coating during handling and transport.0 8. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . BS EN ISO 12944 – 1 to 8 and BS EN ISO 14713. 8. The surface shall be no worse than those defined under surface condition of the standards BS EN ISO 4628-3. 7. rubber coated or softly padded slings shall be used and soft pads placed beneath and between items when they are stacked and transported. Particular care shall be taken to avoid damage to coatings in handling and transport.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. Its corresponding atmospheric corrosive categories in compliance with EN-ISO-12944-2 are listed in Appendix ‘’D’’. supports in contact with coated steel during transport and storage shall be covered with a soft material such as rubber or cloth to minimise damage to the coating.4 Visual Inspection All painting shall be checked prior to issue of the final certificate and no visible corrosion or spotting shall be present.5 Preparation for Transport Packing instructions shall be in accordance with the requirements detailed in the Commercial Notes of the Material Requisition. used for holding items down during transport. Similar measures shall be taken with ropes etc. high temperatures and high humidity environment. Hessian sacks and bags may be used during transportation between coated items and holding down chains to prevent damage to the coating. The entire part/equipment coating exhibiting less than 15 kg/cm2 adhesion shall be rejected and repaired. A copy of the Manufacturer’s Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) shall be with the shipment as well as issued with the packing list. with high salinity. depending of the thickness) shall be performed in accordance to BS EN 2409 or ISO 4624. an adhesion test (cross cut and pull off. To this end. Wherever possible.

bolt heads. All galvanized bolts and hardware will be touched-up with a galvanized coating.3 Preparation All surface defects in the steel. copper alloy or aluminium surfaces shall be protected by suitable tape wrapping to the EPCM Engineer's approval. 9. Structural steel items shall be initially grit blasted to the standard BS EN ISO 8501-3. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . surface laminations. Only the products listed shall be used. The minimum average coatings weight on steel sections 5 mm thick and over shall be 925 g/m² (130 microns).PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No.0 9. cutting. including cracks. 8. 9. welding. ‘‘B’’ and ‘’B Alt ‘’.2 Design for Galvanizing The detail design of members shall be in accordance with standard BS EN ISO 14713. Connections between galvanized surfaces and copper.1 GALVANIZED COATING General All items shown on the drawings as galvanized are to be hot-dip galvanized and unless otherwise specified shall conform in all respects with standard BS EN ISO 1461. priming and finish coating shall be in accordance with the schedule shown in Appendix ‘’A’’. Vent holes shall be suitably plugged after galvanizing. grease and similar contaminants. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 16/28 8.2 Application Schedule Surface preparation. oil.5). 9.4 Galvanizing – Structural Steel The minimum average coating weight shall be as specified in the standard BS EN ISO 1461 or as stated below. 9.3 Colour Schedule The colour of finish coats shall be in accordance with the schedule shown in Appendix ‘’C’’. venting and draining shall be made for assemblies fabricated from hollow sections. All drilling. whichever is greater. washers and nuts shall receive two coats of zinc rich paint. The surface of the steelwork to be galvanized shall be free from welding slag. forming and final fabrications of unit members and assemblies shall be completed before the structures are galvanized. The minimum average coating for hand railing and open grid flooring shall be 610 g/m² (85 microns). paint.4 Fixings After fixing. unless alternative products are approved in writing by the EPCM Contractor. laps and folds shall be removed. second quality (SA 2. 8. Adequate provisions for filling.

No lubricant. ash or dross. which is heated to 300°C after. nuts and washers. continuous.6 Transportation and Erection During off-loading and erection. 9. or the application of a low melting point Zinc Alloy repair rod or powder to the damaged area.7 Repair to Galvanizing Small areas up to one square meter of the galvanized coating damaged in any way shall be restored by: Cleaning the area of any weld slag and thoroughly wire brushing to give a clean surface. Galvanized contact surfaces to be joined by high strength friction grip bolts shall be roughened before assembly so that the required slip factor is achieved. Nuts shall be tapped up to 0. When painting is required over galvanized surfaces. shall come into contact with the adjoining surfaces. applied to the projecting threads of a galvanized high strength friction grip bolt after the bolt has been inserted through the steelwork. anchor bolts. the following requirements apply to Site Painting: 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . Galvanized work. the resultant coating shall be smooth. The roughening shall be confined to the net area of the adjoining surface. blisters. 9. The application of two coats of zinc rich paint. Large damaged areas shall be cleaned and regalvanized in galvanizing shop.0 SITE PAINTING In addition to the requirements listed in this specification.4 mm oversize after galvanizing and the threads oiled to permit the nuts to be finger-turned on the bolt for the full depth of the nut. 10. and inclusions of flux. including general grade high strength friction grip bolts shall be hot-dip galvanized and subsequently centrifuged in accordance with the standard BS EN ISO 1461. free from gross surface imperfections. 9. which is to be stored in the shop or on the site. shall be stacked so as to provide adequate ventilation to all surfaces and to avoid wet storage staining (white rust). such as bare spots.5 Galvanizing – Nuts and Bolts Structural bolts. the galvanized surface shall be roughened by sweep blasting or chemical treatment prior to painting. the use of nylon slings shall be employed. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 17/28 On removal from the galvanizing bath. lumps.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No.

They shall then be tightly resealed after inspection. all pressure pack containers shall be registered and logged in and out of the site and all empty packs shall be accounted for. Materials shall be used on a first in. for lack of efficiency. except for spot inspection. However. batch number and date of manufacture. pressure gauges. etc. A register of all materials. Precautionary measures (use of drop sheets and shields) shall be taken to prevent damage caused by wind-blown overspray or spatter on adjacent equipment/structures. the Contractor shall touch up the shop primer coat where damaged and apply additional coats in accordance with the coating schedule. free from excessive heat. and submitted for approval before start of painting work. Although it is preferred that all equipment. they shall be stirred or agitated until the ingredients are completely mixed. such as valve stems and valve positioners must also be protected. economic. and dust generation. Paints stored for short times on the job site shall be protected from direct sunlight. first out basis. product designation. level instruments. including removal of dirt and dust which normally accumulates during storage and construction. Materials which have exceeded the manufacturer's recommended shelf life shall not be used and shall be removed from the site. glasses on temperature indicators. Before application. catalysts and thinners shall not be opened prior to use. equipment piping and structural steel shall be cleaned. Sands shall not be used in any blast cleaning operations.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. Coatings and primers delivered to the job site shall be in the original. catalysts and thinners shall be stored in well ventilated buildings. Any material that arrives on site in opened or damaged containers shall be immediately quarantined and removed from the site to prevent its use. batch number. During construction. for equipment. Containers of paint. The Contractor shall ensure compatibility between shop and field applied paint systems. by masking or applying a heavy coat of lubricant. protective coverings and lubricant shall be removed after completion of all work. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 18/28 Paints. sparks. either on site or off site. Masking. unopened containers bearing the manufacturer's name. Copper slag and nickel slag are an acceptable abrasive.. Precautionary measures shall be taken to protect nameplates. nametags. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . once commissioning of smelter operations have commenced. piping and structural steel be fully painted prior to arrival on site. flames and direct sunlight. date of manufacture quantities and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) shall be developed and maintained. pressure pack containers will be permitted for some applications. Prior to coating. Operating mechanisms. piping and structural steel that has received a shop primer coat only.

2 Steel tank (water only) S1a. 3. The Contractor shall comply and be in strict accordance with all the safety requirements specified by the manufacturer in the handling and application of this product. Instruments and associated Valves may be finish coated with manufacturer’s standard coating systems. S1a. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 19/28 Appendix “A” – PAINT SYSTEM APPLICATION SCHEDULE Item 1 Application Mechanical.or S1c 2.S1b.g. 3 Storage silos. An alternate coating using Coal Tar Epoxy may be used unless otherwise strictly specified on drawings. such as mass produced pumps. Notes Some Proprietary equipment components. The underside of steel tank bottoms shall be coated as per painting schedule S7. 4 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . 2. The warranty period as specified in Section 3. Drives. Prior to application. hoppers (all for dry materials) Marine Piles S1b for external and internal surfaces S7 for silos underside S1c 1.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. Machinery components e.or S1c for External & Roof top S7 for tank underside S8 for internal surface 1. shall generally be painted to the Manufacturer’s standard paint specifications. chutes. The Coal Tar Epoxy specified is for non-cathodically protected tanks only The underside of steel silo bottoms shall be coated as per painting schedule S7.1 shall continue to be in effect. the Contractor shall take specific note whether catholic protection is to be applied and ensure that the appropriate form of coating is selected and used. gearboxes etc. electrical and instrumentation equipment and component Painting System (per Appendix ‘’B’’ 1.S1b. An alternate coating using Coal Tar Epoxy may be used unless otherwise strictly specified on drawings. 3. Vendors shall ensure the specifications are fit for the intended service and environment and shall advise the EPCM Contractor of the details of the proposed system to be used. However.

2.S1b. 2. High Strength Friction Grip Bolted Connections: No paint or contaminants shall be allowed on the contact surfaces of high strength friction grip bolted joints. Site connections: Joints shall be painted with the specified materials to give the standard of protection achieved on adjacent steel. The painting system for “off the shelf” valves may be manufacturer’s standards. 1. S1b Alt for finished 0versea steel structure (refer to Appendix B Alt). Stripe coats shall be used. 6 Flooring. spatter and flux residues by chipping. 3.valves & fittings) S4b unless specified otherwise on drawings S1a. particularly to seal all edges of steel and gaps between adjacent steel surfaces. grating and stair treads. Inaccessible Areas: areas of steel inaccessible after erection shall be treated during fabrication. 7 Hand railing. grating and stair treads S4a for flooring. subject to EPCM Contractor approval. S1a. kick plates and purlins shall be galvanized and painted as per paint system S4b. 7. 6. blast cleaning and washing.S1c for non-insulated S2a. The system must be capable of withstanding the environmental conditions for a period of 7 years (min) to ‘Re 1’ on the European Scale of degree of rusting. 5. Cleaning of Jointing Bolts: Bolted joints shall be thoroughly cleaned to remove all oil and grease. Plated bolts and nuts shall be primed with an etch primer suitable for use on the particular type of surface unless galvanised. All weld slag and spatter shall be removed. 8. before painting. Hand railings. (Piping.or S1c or S1a Alt . ladders. Only after the full permanent connections have been made and inspected shall the joint be protected in accordance with the specification. ladders. Notes Shop Connections: all shop weld areas and shop bolted or riveted connections shall be blast cleaned to the same standard as adjacent steel.S1b. Flooring. Site Welds: Site welds and adjacent areas shall be cleaned to remove all welding slag. grating and stair treads shall be galvanized to paint system S4a and shall not be painted. a non skid powder or coarse silica sand may be applied after application of the mid coat and prior to applying the final top coat (must be specified on the drawings). If additional slip protection is required. 8 1.S2e for high temperature insulated or fireproofed S4c for Galvanized 1. before painting commences. so that they receive the full treatment specified. 4. Contact surfaces of connections to be assembled with black bolts shall each receive one coat of inorganic zinc rich primer immediately before being assembled.S2c for high temperature non-insulated S2d.S2b. kick plates and purlins Pipe work general – Above ground.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 20/28 Appendix “A” – PAINT SYSTEM APPLICATION SCHEDULE Item 5 Application Structural steel work Painting System (per Appendix ‘’B’’ 1. 9 Fire hydrants and fire equipments Same as Pipe works 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) .

Hot bath processing equipment. Furnaces and associated structure. Heat exchangers. the Contractor / Vendor shall propose a system or submit data sheets and procedures to EPCM Contractor’s Engineer for review and approval.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. etc. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . Date Page 00 2010-12-06 21/28 Appendix “A” – PAINT SYSTEM APPLICATION SCHEDULE Item 10 Application High temperature equipment such as: Pot room Superstructures. Painting System (per Appendix ‘’B’’ S2a for (>400 C up to 0 600 C) S2b for (>240 C up to 0 400 C) S2c for (>120 C up to 0 240 C) S3 up to 120°C continuous temperature and peak to 135°C S5 for internal surfaces S6 for external surfaces 0 0 0 Notes 11 Pot room gas treatment plant and ducting 12 Baking furnace waste gas main ducts Note: Where particular items are not specifically referred to in the application schedule.

Profile amplitude: 40-60 µm Weldable holding Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm S1c Two Pack High Build Glass Flake Epoxy 225 µm or Polyester Glass Flake 750 µm 450 µm or 1500 µm S2a un-insulated or insulated Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. High Build Micaceous Iron Oxide Epoxy 100 µm Two Pack High Solids. DFT) 1&7 Intermediate Coat(s) (min. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 22/28 Appendix ‘’B’’ – PAINT SYSTEM SCHEDULE System Application 2 Minimum Surface preparation Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. Profile amplitude: 40-60 µm Prefabrication primer 6 & 7 Weldable holding Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm Primer Coat (min. DFT) 1 Finish Coat (min. Profile amplitude: 20-30 µm Apply primer coat within 4 hours or Weldable holding inorganic Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm Per System S2a High Temperature Silicone Aluminium 20µm High Temperature Silicone Aluminium 20µm 40µm 5 Hot surfaces (>240 C up to 0 400 C) (uninsulated) 0 S2b Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. High Build Micaceous Iron Oxide Epoxy 150 µm Two Pack Polyurethane Finish 50µm S1b Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. Profile amplitude: 40-60 µm Weldable holding Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm Two Pack Polyurethane Finish 50µm 275µm Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. Profile amplitude: 35-45 µm Per System S2a High Temperature Silicone Acrylic 25µm High Temperature Silicone Acrylic 25µm 125µm 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . DFT) 1 Overall Minimum 1 DFT 200µm S1a Steel – C3 Mildly Corrosive 2 Condition (not concrete encased) 0 (below 120 Cun-insulated) Steel – C4 High Corrosive 2 Condition (not concrete encased) 0 (below 120 Cun-insulated) Steel – C5-M Severely Corrosive 2 Condition (not concrete encased) 0 (below 120 Cun-insulated) Submerged CS and CS in splash zone Hot surfaces (>400 C up to 0 600 C) 0 Two Pack Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer 50µm (Note 7) Two Pack Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer 75µm (Note 7) Two Pack High Build Glass Flake Epoxy 225 µm or Polyester Glass Flake 750 µm Two Pack High Solids. Profile amplitude: 35-45 µm Two Pack Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer 75µm (Note 7) Two Pack Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer 75µm (Note 7) High Temperature Silicone Aluminium 25µm High Temperature Silicone Aluminium 25µm 125µm Hot surfaces S2c (>120 C up to 0 240 C) (uninsulated) 0 Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½.

S4c Two Pack High Solids. Profile amplitude: 40-60 µm Per System S2a 150µm S3 Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. degrease. DFT) 1 Finish Coat (min. surface tolerant. high build Epoxy. After galvanizing. Galvanized Pipe work Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. High Build Micaceous Iron Oxide Epoxy 130µm Two Pack Polyurethane Finish 50µm 180µm 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . kick plates and purlins S4b Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. sweep blast or etch using a T-wash. Hot dip galvanized 610 g/m² minimum (85 microns) If Steel ≥5mm thick 925 g/m² minimum (130 microns) Hot dip galvanized 610 g/m² minimum (85 microns) If Steel ≥5mm thick 925 g/m² minimum (130 microns) Hot dip galvanized 610 g/m² minimum (85 microns) If Steel ≥5mm thick 925 g/m² minimum (130 microns) Two Pack High Solids. After galvanizing. containing aluminium pigment 125µm Two-pack. degrease. grating) S4a Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. After galvanizing. DFT) 1&7 Intermediate Coat(s) (min. sweep blast or etch using a T-wash.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 23/28 Appendix ‘’B’’ – PAINT SYSTEM SCHEDULE System Application Hot surfaces S2d (>120 C up to 0 410 C) (insulated or fireproofed) Hot surfaces (up to 120 C) S2e (insulated or fireproofed) Hot surfaces up to 120°C continuous temperature and peak to 135°C 0 0 2 Minimum Surface preparation Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. high build Epoxy. Profile amplitude: 40-60 µm Prefabrication primer 6 & 7 Per System S2a Primer Coat (min. surface tolerant. DFT) 1 Overall Minimum 1 DFT 75µm Two Pack Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer 75µm (Note 7) Two Pack High Build High Solids Epoxy 150µm Two Pack Zinc Rich Epoxy Primer 50µm Two Pack. degrease. High Build Micaceous Iron Oxide Epoxy 100µm Two Pack Polyurethane Finish 50µm 150µm Galvanized 3 Hand railing Ladders. containing aluminium pigment 125µm Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. Profile amplitude: 50-75 µm Weldable holding Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm 300µm Galvanized 4 Flooring (Stair treads.open grid. sweep blast or etch using a T-wash.

Additionally the maximum DFT thicknesses should not exceed the specified total DFT or of each individual coat by more than 30% unless otherwise specified. DFT) 1 Finish Coat (min. Inorganic Zinc Silicate is a quick drying paint system and does not penetrate deep within the previously dried film of Inorganic Zinc Silicate to establish an effective bonding. the actual DFT shall not be less than the DFT stated in Appendix “B” for each location. purlins shall be galvanized and painted to the required operating environment coating schedule. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 24/28 Appendix ‘’B’’ – PAINT SYSTEM SCHEDULE System Application 2 Minimum Surface preparation Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. DFT) 1 Overall Minimum 1 DFT 75µm S5 Internal surfaces of baking furnace waste gas main ducts Two Pack Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer 75µm (Note 7) Two Pack Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer 75µm (Note 7) Two Pack High Build Epoxy Mastic 125µm or Two Pack Coal Tar Epoxy 200µm Two Pack Phenolic Epoxy 150µm High Temperature Silicon Acrylic 30µm Two Pack High Build Epoxy Mastic 125µm or Two Pack Coal Tar Epoxy 200µm Two Pack Phenolic Epoxy 150µm S6 External surfaces of baking furnace waste gas main ducts Tanks & Silos underside Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. when the steel is taken for full coating system the following instruction shall be implemented as per the manufacturer’s recommendations. Profile amplitude: 50-70 µm 150µm S7 Alternate Coating System for noncathodically protected tanks & Silos only Water Tanks – Internal surfaces Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. After fabrication is completed. (S4b). kick plates. Profile amplitude: 50-70 µm Weldable holding Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm 300µm S8 Note 1: Note 2: Note 3: Note 4: Note 5: Note 6: Note 7: Min. 0 With High temperature Silicone Aluminium curing can be obtained when the coated surfaces are put into service at 150 C or higher to fully cure.) This instruction is made as there would be no chemical or mechanical adhesion over densely packed Zinc dust of the previously applied Shop primer. grating and stair treads shall be galvanized as per S4a. Refer to Appendix A for application and Appendix D for application of operating environment Ladders. DFT) 1&7 Intermediate Coat(s) (min. Flooring. Profile amplitude: 25-35 µm Prefabrication primer 6 & 7 Weldable holding Inorganic Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm Weldable holding Inorganic Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm Weldable holding Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm Primer Coat (min. handrails. DFT: Minimum Dry Film Thickness. coat and for the paint system. Profile amplitude: 2535µm 105µm Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. Pre-fabrication primer applied by Airless spray (or any other method recommended by the Manufacturer) one full coat of Weldable holding inorganic zinc primer for short term protection of 10 ~ 12 months to a dry film thickness of 25 microns with no reading above 30 microns. If the full paint system has a Primer which is Inorganic Zinc Silicate then the shop primers shall be completely removed and steel be cleaned to Sa 2 ½ standard. (Include thorough high pressure fresh water washing to remove any zinc salts and other contamination.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) .

the actual DFT shall not be less than the DFT stated in Appendix “B-Alt” for each location. Pre-fabrication primer applied by Airless spray (or any other method recommended by the Manufacturer) one full coat of Weldable holding inorganic zinc primer for short term protection of 10 ~ 12 months to a dry film thickness of 25 microns with no reading above 30 microns. Profile amplitude: 40-60 µm Weldable holding Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm Two Pack Polyurethane Finish 50µm 275µm Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 Sa 2½. . coat and for the paint system. Additionally the maximum DFT thicknesses should not exceed the specified total DFT or of each individual coat by more than 30% unless otherwise specified. Note 3: Note 4: 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . DFT) 1 Intermediate Coat(s) (min.5. In addition to the use of the following products. After fabrication is completed. the steel fabricator shall engage the presence of full time technical service representative at the application site to ensure quality is assured. (Include thorough high pressure fresh water washing to remove any zinc salts and other contamination. DFT: Minimum Dry Film Thickness. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 25/28 Appendix ‘’B – Alt ’’ . If the full paint system has a Primer which is Inorganic Zinc Silicate then the shop primers shall be completely removed and steel be cleaned to Sa 2 ½ standard. fabricated and coated for delivery by sea voyage in the finished state.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. Profile amplitude: 40-60 µm Prefabrication primer 3 & 4 Weldable holding Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm Primer Coat (min. The coating shall be applied in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations for the conditions in which the coating is being applied. DFT) 1 Overall Minimum 1 DFT 225µm S1a (Alt) Steel – C3 Mildly Corrosive 2 Condition (not concrete encased) 0 (below 120 Cun-insulated) Steel – C4 Very High Corrosive 2 Condition (not concrete encased) 0 (below 120 Cun-insulated) Steel – C5-M Severely Corrosive 2 Condition (not concrete encased) 0 (below 120 Cun-insulated) Submerged CS and CS in splash zone Two Pack Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer 75µm (Note 4) Two Pack Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer 75µm (Note 4) Two Pack High Build Glass Flake Epoxy 225 µm or Polyester Glass Flake 750 µm Two Pack High Solids. when the steel is taken for full coating system the following instruction shall be implemented as per the manufacturer’s recommendations.5. Manufacturer’s guidelines must be followed. Inorganic Zinc Silicate is a quick drying paint system and does not penetrate deep within the previously dried film of Inorganic Zinc Silicate to establish an effective bonding.) This instruction is made as there would be no chemical or mechanical adhesion over densely packed Zinc dust of the previously applied Shop primer. The above alternate paint system schedule has been specified based on the criteria for application in climates where conditions may be cold. Profile amplitude: 40-60 µm S1c (Alt) Weldable holding Zinc Primer for 12 months protection 25µm Two Pack High Build Glass Flake Epoxy 225 µm or Polyester Glass Flake 750 µm 450 µm or 1500 µm Note 1: Note 2: Min. DFT) 1 Finish Coat (min. high humidity and where a reasonably fast recoat time and overall drying time is required as well as good impact and scratch resistance for transport and erection. High Build Micaceous Iron Oxide Epoxy 150 µm Two Pack Polyurethane Finish 50µm S1b (Alt) Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 SA 2.PAINT SYSTEM SCHEDULE FOR OVERSEAS FINISHED STRUCTURE Note 2 System Application 2 Minimum Surface preparation Blast clean to BS EN ISO 8501 SA 2. The steel shall be individually plastic wrapped and packed with appropriate dunage and strapping to minimize damage during transportation to site. High Build Micaceous Iron Oxide Epoxy 100 µm Two Pack High Solids. The above alternate paint system schedule applies to bulk structural steel.

Hot bath processing. Fume and Gas Treatment Plant and associated ducting. Note 1: In addition pipe shall be painted with bands to enable identification of contents. Refer to Specification 503406-0000-46EG-0001 Appendix ‘’E’’ 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . Mid-grey Mid-grey for up to 120 C Aluminium for 120 C and above Storage silos. stacks and components such as: Potroom superstructures. Induction furnaces fume ducting. Valves and Fittings. Tapping & Miscellaneous Assemblies (TMA) Cathode Transport Assembly (CTA) Miscellaneous Transport Assemblies (MTA) Pot Tending Assemblies (PTA) Pipework general Piping. Pressure Vessels (associated with Dense Phase). Airlifts. chutes. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 26/28 Appendix ‘’C’’ – STRUCTURE AND EQUIPMENT COLOUR SCHEDULE Equipment Mechanical and electrical equipment. All Main Steel Structures and Secondary Steel Structures including Miscellaneous Structural Steelwork. Air slides and related.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. stacks. stair riser nosings and handrailing. Cold rolled purlins and side rail Flooring Cladding (roofing and siding) All machine guards kick plates. Dust collectors and associated ductwork. ducting. General Hoists. hoppers. Trolleys and Cranes and all miscellaneous lifting equipment. Heat Exchangers. Heaters. for Equipment Platforms and Equipment Support Structures. Pressure Vessels (Air) . (Refer Note 1) “Refer to Equipment Specifications for specific colour details” Per piping specification 503406-0000-46EG-0001 Appendix ‘’E’’ Red Aluminium RAL 3020 or 04E53 RAL 9006 Grey Stone Grey Stone Grey (to match structural steel) Stone Grey Grey white Yellow 0 0 Colour Code per RAL and BS4800 RAL 7032 RAL 7032 RAL 9006 RAL 7005 RAL 7030 RAL 7030 RAL 7030 RAL 9002 RAL 1003 or 08E51 Fire hydrants and fire equipments High temperature equipments.

g. etc. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 27/28 Appendix ‘’D’’ – OPERATING ENVIRONMENT CONDITION Note 1 A – Category C3 . All marine piles (jetty. steel tank. Note 1: The Corrosive categories are in compliance with EN-ISO-12944-2 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) . Industrial Production shop) • Exposed element outside industrial shop and buildings (not covered or partially covered) e. ropeway trestles etc. maintenance shops and electrical buildings sheltered from outside environment for which the corrosion stresses are generally insignificant.g. dolphins.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No.Mildly Corrosive Environment Areas considered to be a mild corrosive environment are: • Interior of non process buildings. away from ‘’Splash Zone’’ • Production area inside semi covered building (e.Category C4 – High Corrosive Marine Environment (coastal areas with moderate salinity) Areas considered to be a very high corrosive marine environment are: • Marine structures higher than sea level. B.) Structural steelwork below jetty/access roadway deck Launch landing platform Launch jetty Corrosion protection in ISO 12944 C5-M “Offshore Environments” is being addressed via new standard (ISO 20340) dedicated to this environment. conveyor. chillers. C – C5-M Severely Corrosive Marine Environment Areas considered to be a severely corrosive environment are: • • • • • • • Marine ‘Splash Zone’ Marine structures close to sea level Other immersed structures or those subject to constant or intermittent wetting and drying or damp conditions. However due to long exposure during the construction phase and entry of fresh air through the ventilation system the atmospheric corrosive category is considered as C3 ‘’medium’’. structural steelwork. dust collector. pipe rack.

540 deg. Amerlock 400 Amerlock 400 MIO Amercoat 450SG Amershield HG Amercoat 891 Sigma Sigmacap Zinc Silicate greenish grey Production Code 7658 Sigmazinc 102 HS redbrown .light grey .) . Max) Use equiv – Interzone 954 (1x400) Amercoat 878 Coal Tar Epoxy 83 Amercoat 78 Two Pack High Build Epoxy Mastic (for submerged steel and tank bases) Primastic Universal Hempadur 45881 Interseal 670HS Amerlock 2/ 400 Two Pack Phenolic Epoxy (for internal of water tank) Two Pack High Build Glass Flake Epoxy (for marine piles) Polyester Glass Flake (for marine piles) Weld able holding zinc primer Tankguard Storage Hempadur Phenolic Epoxy 85671 Hempadur Glass Flake 35851 Hempels Polyester GF 35920 Hempel shop primer ZS 15890 Interline 850 Amercoat 90 Marathon Baltoflake MUKI Z 2001 Interzone 505 -------------------Interplate 937/997 Amerlock 2/400 GFK Permaclad VE504 GF EPL Amercoat 139 503406-AD0000-40AF-00103_R00 (2010-06-20) .O. Date Page 00 2010-12-06 28/28 Appendix ‘’E’’ – PAINT PREFERED SUPPLIER with examples Equivalent may be used with written approval from EPCM Contractor TYPE Two pack Inorganic Zinc Silicate Primer Two Pack Zinc Rich Epoxy Primer Two Pack High Build High Solids Epoxy Two Pack High Solids.9. 7436 Sigmashield 460 Production Code 7952 ------Sigmaweld 199 redbrown .Production Code 7564 Sigmacap Coaltar EP Production Code 7686 Sigmacover 620 . 7435. 7409. Sigmaguard 730 Sigma Phenguard System (alternate) Production Code 7459.11 Amercoat 68 Amercoat 385.PAINTING AND GALVANIZING 503406-0000-45EG-0004 Revision No. temp. (Micaceous Iron Oxyde) Epoxy Two Pack Polyurethane Finish Coat High Temperature Silicone Acrylic High Temperature Silicone Aluminium Two Pack Coal Tar Epoxy (for submerged steel and tank bases) Jotun Resist 78 Barrier 77 Penguard HB Penguard Midcoat MIO Hardtop Flexi or Hardtop AS Solvalitt Midtherm Hempel Galvosil 15780 Hempadur Zinc 15360 Hempadur Mastic 45880/45881 Hempadur Mastic 45880/45881 (MIO Version) Hempathane Topcoat 55210 Silicone Acrylic 56940 Silicone Aluminium 56910 Coal Tar epoxy 35670 International Interzinc 22 Interzinc 52 Interseal 670HS Interguard 475 HS (MIO Version) Interthane 990 Ameron Dimetcote 6.Production Code 6823 Sigmadur Gloss Production Code 7528 Sigmatherm 350 Aluminium (max.Production Code 7702 Sigmacover 435 Production Code 7465 Sigmacover 410 (MIO version) . 7430 Sigmacover 630 to be used for submerged steel. High Build M.Production Code 6825 to be used for underside bottom plate with cathodic protection. C.) Production Code 7565 Sigmatherm 540 Aluminium (max. temp: 350 deg C.I.Production Code 7177 Intertherm 875 Solvalitt Interthem 50 (540 deg.