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SSPC Standards Update

NSRP SP-3 Panel


William L. Shoup
SSPC Executive Director
NSRP 2012

February 2012
Orlando, Florida
Learning Objectives
Update on standards of interest to the Navy community
Revisions in Progress
> SSPC-WJ 1, 2, 3, 4 Waterjetting Standards
> SSPC-PA 2 DFT measurement
> SSPC-SP 11, Power Tool Cleaning Bare Metal
> SSPC-SP 15, Commercial Grade Power Tool Cleaning
> SSPC-Guide 15, Field Methods for Retrieval and Analysis
of Soluble Salts on Steel and Other Nonporous Substrates
> SSPC-QP 1, Evaluating Qualifications of Industrial/Marine Painting
Contractors (Field Application)
> SSPC-AB 1, Mineral and Slag Abrasives
> SSPC-AB 2, Cleanliness of Recycled Ferrous Metallic Abrasive Work Mix
New Standards in Development
> Wet Abrasive Blast Cleaning Standards
> Determining Compliance to Steel Profile Range
> Selecting Coatings for Galvanized Steel Substrates

SSPC-SP 12/NACE No. 5
Surface Preparation by Waterjetting
(revision)
Current SP 12/NACE No. 5 will be broken
into separate standards based on level of
cleanliness
>SSPC/NACE WJ 1 Clean to Bare Substrate
>SSPC/NACE WJ 2 Very Thorough Cleaning
most commonly referenced in Navy
specifications
>SSPC/NACE WJ 3 Thorough Cleaning
>SSPC/NACE WJ 4 -- Light Cleaning
Revised Waterjetting Standards
Definitions of cleanliness unchanged
Description of flash rust levels unchanged
Added non-mandatory appendices for
assessing levels of flash rust:
>wipe test (based on NSRP Flash Rust
Evaluation Guidelines)
>tape test (based on ISO dust level test)
Revised Waterjetting Standards
Specific recommended levels of nonvisible contaminants
removed from non-mandatory appendix
> Replaced with more general discussion of nonvisible contamination
Examples of language for specifying level of nonvisible
contaminants provided in non-mandatory appendix
> Immediately prior to the application of the coating, the surface
extract shall not contain more than xx g/cm
2
of the specific
contaminant (e.g., chloride) when tested with a [specified method].
> Immediately prior to the application of the coating, the conductivity
of the surface extract shall not exceed xx S/cm when tested with a
[specified method].
Expected release date April 15, 2012
SSPC-PA 2, Procedure for Determining
Conformance to Dry Coating Thickness
Requirements (revision)
Includes options to specify more or less
stringent compliance requirements for
coating thickness depending on project
>Default compliance requirements for DFT same
as current version unless otherwise specified
Revised language for assessing
nonconformities
Added appendices for measuring DFT on
edges, pipe exterior
PA 2 Options for Specifier
Thickness Gage Reading
Spot
Reading
Area Measurement
Level 1
Minimum Unrestricted As specified As specified
Maximum Unrestricted As specified As specified
Level 2
Minimum Unrestricted As specified As specified
Maximum Unrestricted 120% of maximum As specified
Level 3 DEFAULT (same as current PA 2 requirement)
Minimum Unrestricted 80% of minimum As specified
Maximum Unrestricted 120% of maximum As specified
Level 4
Minimum Unrestricted 80% of minimum As specified
Maximum Unrestricted 150% of maximum As specified
Level 5
Minimum Unrestricted 80% of minimum As specified
Maximum Unrestricted Unrestricted Unrestricted
SSPC-PA 2, Procedure for Determining
Conformance to Dry Coating Thickness
Requirements (revision)
Current version of PA 2 requires measurement of every
100 ft
2
area painted during work shift if a nonconforming
area is identified
Revised language for determining extent of nonconforming
areas painted during a work shift is:
> Take spot measurements at 5 ft. intervals radiating in 8 equally
spaced directions from non-conforming area
> Each spot measurement must comply with project requirements
> Stop measuring in a given direction when 2 consecutive
measurements are in compliance
> (Worst case scenario may result in measurement of entire
surface area coated in work shift)
> Document areas of nonconformity
Expected release date: April 1, 2012




PA 2 Spot Measurement Diagram
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corrections
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SSPC-SP 11,
Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal (revision)
No change in SP 11 cleanliness definition or
minimum 1 mil profile requirement
Profile measurement method default now
ASTM D 4417 Method B (depth micrometer)
unless otherwise specified
Compressed air used for tools must be
verified clean in accordance with ASTM D
4285 (blotter test)
SSPC-SP 11,
Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal (revision)
Tools reclassified to include the wire bristle
impact tool
Feathering of existing coating is required
unless otherwise specified
Expected release date May 1, 2012
SSPC-SP 15,
Commercial Grade Power Tool Cleaning
(revision)
No change in existing SP 15 cleanliness
definition or profile requirement
Parallel language to SSPC-SP 11 will be
adopted for SP 15
>Use ASTM D 4417 Method B unless otherwise
specified
>Tool descriptions and feathering requirements
same as revised SP 11
Expected release date: May 15, 2012



SSPC Guide 15, Field Methods for Retrieval
and Analysis of Soluble Salts on Steel and
Other Nonporous Substrates (revision)
Reorganization based on methodology of
measurement techniques
Revision includes descriptions of new fully
automated one-step meters
ASTM, ISO references have been updated
Expected release date: August 1, 2012

SSPC-QP 1, Evaluating Qualifications of
Industrial/Marine Painting Contractors
Field Application (revision)
Added definition and training requirements for
Environmental Health and Safety Manager
Requires implementation of Coating Application
Specialist (CAS) certification as part of QP 1
unless otherwise specified
Added clarifications to training requirements for
QC inspectors and QC Supervisors
Expected release date: March 15, 2012




SSPC-AB 1, Mineral and Slag
Abrasives (revision)

Appendix B to address Navy requirements
from MIL-A-22262 added
Appendix B is mandatory when called out in
project specification
>Includes requirements for friability, radioactivity,
soluble and total metal content, TCLP, others
>Reviewed by Navy personnel
Requirements for QC of recyclable work mix in
separate Appendix A
Still undergoing committee review
Expected release date December 1, 2012

SSPC-AB 2, Cleanliness of Recycled
Ferrous Metallic Abrasives (revision)
Revision started August 2011
Committee discussing simplification of
sampling requirements for testing work mix
May reference new standard for
determining compliance with steel profile
requirements
Some discussion of lowering conductivity
limit (not decided yet)
Expected release March 1, 2013
Wet Abrasive Blast Cleaning
Standards (new)
5 standards parallel organization of dry
blasting standards
Define cleanliness levels for steel surfaces
prepared using wet abrasive blast cleaning
>Cleanliness levels identical to the dry blast cleaning
standards
>Flash rust levels (same definitions as in WJ
standards) included
>Appendices for evaluating flash rust and for
information on nonvisible contaminants included
(same as WJ standards)
Expected release date March 1, 2013
Determining Compliance with
Specified Profile Range (new)
ASTM Methods from D 4417 and D 7127
establish number of instrument readings
required
SSPC standard provides requirements for
frequency (how often to take readings) and
location (where to take readings) that are not
addressed by ASTM standards
Example: Take 3 readings at XX locations on
surface YY times during surface prep process
Committee still deciding values for XX and YY

Determining Compliance with
Specified Profile Range (new)
Nonmandatory appendix provides an option for
specifying number of measurements
>Contractor must prepare a 2 x 2 area at jobsite for
acceptance by owners rep
>Document list of production parameters (pressure,
nozzle size, abrasive size, etc.)
>Measurements required if any changes occur during
production work
>Measurements required after completion of
production work
Expected release date November 1, 2012
Selecting Coatings for Galvanized
Steel Substrates (new)
Guide for selecting coatings to overcoat
galvanized surfaces
Coatings to protect galvanizing from
aggressive environments
Assumes that the decision to galvanize the
substrate has already been made
Selecting Coatings for Galvanized
Steel Substrates (new)
Coating selection based on
>Service environment of structure (agents that
attack galvanizing)
>Condition of galvanized substrate (new, aged
sound, or deteriorated galvanizing)
>Extent and degree of surface preparation
required for optimum coating performance
(washing only, spot or large area cleaning using
blasting or power tools)
Expected release date October 1, 2012

Questions and Comments Welcome
William L. Shoup
SSPC
1/877-281-7772 ext. 2230
shoup@sspc.org

Thank you