SECTION 15076 PAINTING AND ANTI CORROSION TREATMENTS

REVISION HISTORY

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08.07.02 21.06.02 13.0.6.02
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Revisions General Revisions WSA Standard
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Richard Smith Richard Smith Richard Smith
Prepared by

Steve King Steve King Steve King
Checked by

Richard Smith Richard Smith Richard Smith
Authorised by

WSA/D301 Rev B/2002

15076/1

Painting and Anti Corrosion Treatments

Furnish all labour.6.2.1.2 1.3 1. equipment and appliances and perform all necessary operations required to execute the work of this section. This section relates to the on and off site protection of building services plant.6 1.1.1 WSA/D301 Rev B/2002 15076/2 Painting and Anti Corrosion Treatments . equipment and components.4. 1. The Contractor shall become familiar with other sections of the Specifications affecting work of this trade. details of construction.2 1. Submit samples.4 1. catalogue cut sheets.5. QUALITY ASSURANCE Perform Work in accordance with relevant British Standards and industry standard codes.1 1. SUBMITTALS FOR REVIEW Section 01300 . specifications. detergents. gloss finishing paints are of machine finish grade having high adhesion and high resistance to solvents. It is not necessarily comprehensive or complete and it is the Contractor's responsibility to ascertain all applicable sections required to understand the full Scope of Works intended.1 1.5.Submittals. plant. REFERENCES The minimum standards for products specified in this section shall be those standards referred to or relevant BSI standards. mineral oils.1 1. QUALIFICATIONS All paint finishes shall be applied by skilled operative who have to be trained to apply the finish.4. materials.1 1.1. Submit copies of test reports required to be performed on the proposed products.1.4 1.1 1.5.1 GENERAL SECTION INCLUDES Include the General Conditions of the Contract as part of this section. details of installation.2 1. PAINT QUALITY: • Ensure paints used are of quality and type to suit application and that primers have good adhesion. APPLICATION OFF-SITE: • Wherever possible ensure paint finishes applied by component manufacturers are spray applied. engineering calculations.1 1. chipping and impact damage.4.3 1. rust-inhibiting and grain filling properties. cutting oils. RELATED SECTIONS This schedule is intended to be used as a helpful indication of the related sections within the Project Specifications. Submissions shall indicate all dimensions.5 1. covering power. description of product and installation method in accordance with the Contract Documents.3. relation and connections with adjoining work.3 1.3 1.2 1.

degreasing and re-furbishing. 15076/3 Painting and Anti Corrosion Treatments 2.1 WARRANTY Section 01740 .Quality Control: Requirements for mock-up. • 1.UP Section 01400 . 2 2.2. Do so in accordance with a method statement agreed with the Consultant.1 1. − Calcium Plumbate priming paint to BS 3698 for galvanized steel or composite wood/metal components.3.2. ensure following requirements are met.2 MOCK. plant. brackets and supports against corrosion and oxidization. − Red Oxide priming paint for bare iron and steelwork.1.1 P RODUCTS/S ERVICE REQUIREMENTS APPROVED MANUFACTURER OR PRODUCT No particular requirements PRODUCT/SERVICE REQUIREMENTS GENERAL REQUIREMENTS: • Where particular methods of finish and painting are not specified.030 kg/kg). machined or otherwise with protective coatings at manufacturer's works. PRODUCTS MATERIALS PAINT MATERIALS: • Use the following materials as appropriate − Solvent borne priming paint to BS 7956 for bare woodwork. • Ensure paint and corrosion protection finishes are suitable for the environment in which they are sited.2 2.1 WSA/D301 Rev B/2002 . ductlines.2 2. temperature.1.Warranties and Bonds.3 2. humid (up to 32ºC saturated and moisture contents up to 0. DAMAGED FINISHES: • Following delivery to site. − Zinc Chromate priming paint for bare ferrous and non-ferrous metals.8 1. pipelines.2. Execute a mock up ceiling installation for a typical guestroom and front of house area to demonstrate building services terminal match as required by 2.8. dusty (up to 70mg/m³) and saline (within 200m of the shoreline).7.9.9 1. Over 12 hours of sunshine per day are typical.7. storage on site and installation make good any damage to finishes. • Ensure all items requiring on-site decorative finishes are provided primed to suit base material and required finish. equipment. humidity or other conditions may have a damaging effect upon finish or paint.6 ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS WEATHER AND OTHER CONDITIONS: Do not apply paints where weather. • The external environment is hot (up to 52ºC).1 1. ancillaries. • Provide ferrous metals.1 2.7 1. • Protect all metal work. by cleaning.1 2.

• Building services components that would have their performance impaired by painting shall be suitably protected by the building services contractor. etc) shall only be painted by the manufacturer unless the manufacturer agrees otherwise and will warrant the performance of this product. sprinkler heads.1. detergents. MATCHING BUILDING SERVICES TERMINALS • Where groups of building services terminals in the same location of the same colour (say: white light fittings.4 2. HEAT RESISTANT PAINT: • Use heat resistant paints for applications to surfaces over 80oC.− − − − − − − − − 2. Epoxy resin paint for specialist coatings requiring resistance to acids. PAINT QUALITY: • Ensure paints used are of quality and type to suit application and that primers have good adhesion. cutting oils. particularly pipelines and fittings for use in contact with potable water.1.3 2. heated metallic surfaces and similar applications where moisture and heat resistant properties are required. gloss finishing paints are of machine finish grade having high adhesion and high resistance to solvents. Aluminium paint to BS 388 for structural steelwork.5 3 3. Before ordering any materials / commencing work verify that building structure associated with the system is within tolerance and take full account of shape configuration and material properties of the structure. Any such devices that are painted shall be replaced before handover of the building and testing and commissioning repeated as required.3.1 3.2 Undercoating paint for previously primed or painted surfaces before the application of finishing coats. Bitumen based coatings for cold application to BS 3416 protection to iron and steel. Bitumen based coatings for cold application to BS 6949 not to be used in contact with potable water. storage vessels. rust-inhibiting and grain filling properties. AFFECT ON PERFORMANCE • Building services components that could have their performance impaired by painting by any party other than the manufacturer (e. so that they all appear the same. Gloss finishing paint for previously primed or painted/undercoated surfaces. mineral oils.3. chipping and impact damage. Zinc-rich metallic to BS 4652 for bare iron and steelwork where electrical conductivity has to be assured. sprinkler covers.g. PAVA speakers and air conditioning diffusers in a ceiling) ensure that exactly the same colour is used for each terminal with the same gloss proportion. smoke detectors. alkalis. Cold galvanizing paint for making good damage to previously galvanized surfaces and protection to galvanized materials modified during installation. solvents.3. oils.1 EXECUTION EXAMINATION Verify site conditions under provisions of Section 01400.2 WSA/D301 Rev B/2002 15076/4 Painting and Anti Corrosion Treatments . temperature detectors. covering power. Black tar-based paint to BS 1070 for moisture resistant protection to metal surfaces where decorating appearance is not important.3. 3. abrasion or high humidity. 2.

ie following cutting.2 3. Remove labels after Work is complete. CLEANING Section 01710 .3. 15076/5 Painting and Anti Corrosion Treatments 3.6. COLD GALVANIZING: • Repair damage to galvanized components due to installation process. GENERAL: • Ensure paints are applied in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions and to BS 6150. substantial coats of cold galvanizing paint. or where necessary replace damaged component.5. runs. HANDLING AND STORAGE Deliver component parts to site. • Use and apply metal coatings in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions.3 3.2 WSA/D301 Rev B/2002 . drilling.1 3.1 PREPARATION WEATHER AND OTHER CONDITIONS: • Do not apply paints where weather.5.2.8 3. testing or commissioning purposes and in such cases reinstate upon completion. FABRICATION Not applicable INSTALLATION/EXECUTION • PREINSTALLATION CHECKS Before beginning installation in any area.8.3 3. bending and other work before metal coating.5.7 3.5.1 3. above ground.2 3.4 3. PROTECTION OF FINISHED WORK Protect work under provisions of Section 01710. temperature. ropiness or other application defects.6 3.8. installation shall not proceed in that area until such conditions are corrected by the contractor.1 3.1 3. • Repair any damaged protective coating or bright-machined part.1 3. humidity or other conditions may have a damaging effect upon finish or paint. • Do not remove protective coatings unless required for installation. sagging. PROTECTION OF BRIGHT MACHINE PARTS: • Apply a protective coating to all bright-machined parts before despatch from works. drilling or welding. • Complete where possible all welding. completely identified in accordance with shop and certified drawings prepared for this work.4. APPLICATION: • Apply paint evenly and ensure finish shows no excessive brush marks. Store in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.7. by applying 2 no.5 3. Should any conditions be found which will prevent the proper execution of the work.1 3.7. properly protected from the weather and construction activities.Cleaning installed work.4 3. FIELD QUALITY CONTROL Provide field quality control under provisions of Section 01400 .3. examine all parts of the adjoining work into which applicable work is to be placed.2 3. grinning.Quality Control.

1 WSA/D301 Rev B/2002 15076/6 Painting and Anti Corrosion Treatments .9 3. Any sprinkler bulb that has paint on it will be rejected.8.3 All sprinkler bulbs shall be protected to prevent paint contamination. specification and Contract or thereby implied. It is not necessarily comprehensive or complete and it is the Contractor's responsibility to ascertain and complete the full works intended and as shown within the drawings.3. STANDARD SPECIFICATION This standard specification is intended to be used as a helpful indication of work within this section. END OF SECTION 3.9.