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LEGEND
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P; PRELIMINARY REVISION

FOR APPROVAL

J.Y.Jeong

2014.08.22

D.K.Shin

2014.08.22

FOR APPROVAL

S.K.JO

2014.06.26

S.B.CHO

2014.06.26

NAME

DATE

NAME

DATE

REV

DESCRIPTION
PRED

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
PLAN
RELATED Doc.

NAME

DATE
CHKD

APPD

PROJECT NAME

HOUT(KRL)ON SHORE GAS FACILITIES

P.O No.

OPAE1-H1009P-01

SWC JOB No.

D0646, D0647

ITEM No.

1970-V-404A/B, 1943-V-424B ETC..

SEWON CELLONTECH CO.,LTD

HEAD

4,6th FI, HP Building 23-6, Yoido-Dong, Youngdeungpo-gu, Seoul, 150-724, Korea ,

OFFICE

FAX:+82-2-2167-9158

CHANGWON

#72, SHINCHON-DONG, SUNGSAN-GU, CHANGWON, KYONGNAM, 641-370, KOREA

PLANT

FAX:+82-55-279-8894

TEL.:+82-2-2167-9061 E-MAIL: sales@swcell.com


TEL.:+82-55-269-7170 E-MAIL: gulliver@scwell.com
HOMEPAGE: HTTP://www.swcell.com

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CONTENTS
1.

GENERAL

2.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

3.

DESCRIPTION OF DEFICIENCY

4.

EXPECTED ROOT CAUSE

5.

CORRECTIVE ACTION PROCEDURE

Attachment
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PAINT PROCEDURE

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General
This procedure describes the corrective work for insufficient painted area for Vessels supplied by Sewon
Cellontech Co.,LTD forHOUT(KRL)ONSHORE GAS FACILITIES project.

Project Description
2.1

Project Name

: HOUT(KRL)ONSHORE GAS FACILITIES Project

2.2

Client

: AL-KHAFJI JOINT OPERATIONS

2.3

Engineering

: DAEWOO E&C

2.4

Purchase Order No.

: OPAE1-H1009P-01, OPAE1-H1010P-01

2.5

Sewon Job No

: D0646

2.6

Item No

: 1943-V-424B, 1970-V403A, 1970-V-404A/B, 1970-V-440, 1970-V-442

1970-V-443, 1970-V-444, 1970-V-448

Description of Deficiency
3.1

Paint damage was occurred. Rust on clip was found.

3.2 Observation of peeling of paint from tem vessels(V-448, V-440, V-443, V-442, V-402B, V-404B,V-404A, V-444,
V424B and V-403A)

Expected Root cause and SEWONs Opinion


4.1 Paint Damage : Sewon assumed that these kind of damages are the mechanical damage occurred by

handling during transportation and installation.


4.2 Peel-off : According to the ISO 2409, cross-cut test is not suitable for coatings of total thickness greater

than 250m. Requested DFT of these vessels is minimum 275m, so cross-cut test is not suitable for
these vessels. For this reason, it is difficult for us to accept that the result of cross-cut test means the
paint quality matter. Based on the shape of peel-off pieces collected by our representative, we found the
peeling was occurred at the middle of first coat, zinc. This means that the adhesion between first and
top coat doesnt have any matter, it is fine. Through the photos from your side, we assume this peeling
phenomenon came from mechanical damage. We dont think this peeling is separated from mechanical

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damage, namely, both phenomenon peeling and damage are in the same vein. We assume this peeling
is concentrated on the damaged parts.

Corrective Action Procedure

5.1 Preconditioning to be applied shall be performed by grinding on damaged part in according to


SSPC SP-11

5.2 Painting work to be perform by roller or brush for primer, intermediate and top coat.
Primer should be Epoxy zinc ( Barrier 77 or Barrier 80) superseded in inorganic zinc (Resist 78).
Refer to attached Painting procedure and to be performed painting work in accordance with Painting
procedure.

5.3 Each film of primer, intermediate and top coat should be checked by paint inspection to meet the total
film thickness of paint.

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PAINTING SCHEDULE
Table 1
Item No.

Rev. No

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0

SHOP PAINTING SCHEDULE ( THE EXTERNAL )


Fire
coating
Surface
Proof. system No.
Prep.

Operating
Temp.()

Part

MATERIAL

Insul.

55

SHELL.HEAD& ALL NOZZLES


INCLUDING LIFTING
LUGS,CLIPS,ETC.

SA516-70

NO

NO

APCS-1A

SKIRT INSIDE

SA516-70

NO

NO

APCS-1A

SA516-70

NO

50

APCS-1B

1943-V404A/B

Primer Coat
Product Name
Avg. DFT ()

INTERMED Coat
Product Name
Avg. DFT ()

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

AMB

EPOXY PRIMER
SKIRT OUTSIDE

SHELL.HEAD& ALL NOZZLES


INCLUDING LIFTING LUGS,
CLIPS,ETC

SA516-70N

INTERNAL

SA516-70N

NO

NO

APCS-1A

Penguard Express ZP
1X(75~100)

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

9.8/22.5
1970-V-443

AMB

SUP'T LEGS IN/OUTSIDE

SA516-70N

SHELL.HEAD& ALL NOZZLES


INCLUDING LIFTING LUGS,
CLIPS,ETC

SA516-70N

INTERNAL

SA516-70N

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

APCS-2A

APCS-1A

APCS-1A

Sa 3
(SP5)

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

50
1970-V-444

AMB

SADDLE IN/OUTSIDE

SA516-70N

NO

NO

NO

NO

APCS-2A

APCS-1A

Sa 3
(SP5)

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

Penguard FC
2X(100~150)

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

LIGHT GRAY
(RAL : 7035 or
MUNSELL :N-7)

275~400

LIGHT GRAY
(RAL : 7035 or
MUNSELL :N-7)

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

300~375

ALUMINIUM
Juton
Paint
GREY

275~390

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

275~390

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

300~375

ALUMINIUM

275~390

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)
EPOXY
TOP COATS

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


-

GREY

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)
EPOXY
TOP COATS

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


-

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

Maker

GREY
275~390

EPOXY
TOP COATS

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER

BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

275~390

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)
Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

LIGHT GRAY
(RAL : 7035 or
MUNSELL :N-7)

EPOXY
TOP COATS

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

275~390

EPOXY TOPCOAT
-

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)
EPOXY TOPCOAT

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

Total
Avg.
Color Code No.
DFT ()

EPOXY TOPCOAT

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

FINISH Coat
Product Name
Avg. DFT ()

GREY

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PAINTING SCHEDULE
SHELL.HEAD& ALL NOZZLES
INCLUDING LIFTING LUGS,
CLIPS,ETC

SA516-70N

NO

NO

APCS-1A

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

37
1970-V-442

INTERNAL

AMB

1970-V-440

1970-V-440

1970-V-403
A/B

SUP'T LEGS IN/OUTSIDE

SA516-70N

SA516-70N

SHELL.HEAD& ALL NOZZLES


INCLUDING LIFTING LUGS,
CLIPS,ETC

SA516-70N

INTERNAL

SA516-70N

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

APCS-2A

APCS-1A

APCS-1A

Sa 3
(SP5)

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

13/58

AMB

SKIRT IN/OUTSIDE

SA516-70N

SHELL.HEAD& ALL NOZZLES


INCLUDING LIFTING LUGS,
CLIPS,ETC

SA516-70N

INTERNAL

SA516-70N

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

NO

APCS-2A

APCS-1A

APCS-1A

Sa 3
(SP5)

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

54.7

SHELL.HEAD& ALL NOZZLES


INCLUDING LIFTING LUGS,
CLIPS,ETC

SA516-70N

NO

NO

NO

NO

APCS-2A

APCS-1A

Sa 3
(SP5)

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

13/58
1970-V-448

INTERNAL

AMB

SKIRT IN/OUTSIDE

SA516-70N

SA516-70N

NO

70

NO

NO

APCS-2A

APCS-1A

Sa 3
(SP5)

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

Rev. No
EPOXY
TOP COATS

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

275~390

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

300~375

ALUMINIUM

275~390

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

275~390

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

300~375

ALUMINIUM

275~390

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

300~375

ALUMINIUM

275~390

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

GREY

GREY

GREY

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)
2X(105
150)
EPOXY
TOP COATS

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


-

GREY

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)
EPOXY
TOP COATS

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


-

GREY

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)

Tankguard A.R
1X(100~125)
EPOXY
TOP COATS

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

EPOXY
TOP COATS

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER

BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

275~390

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)
Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

ALUMINIUM

EPOXY
TOP COATS

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)
(
)

300~375

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

EPOXY
TOP COATS

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

GREY
275~390

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

Phenolic Epoxy
EACH COAT

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Paint

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PAINTING SCHEDULE
SKIRT INSIDE

1970-V-403
A/B

SA516-70N

NO

NO

APCS-1A

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

AMB
SKIRT OUTSIDE

55

SHELL.HEAD& ALL NOZZLES


INCLUDING LIFTING
LUGS,CLIPS,ETC.

SA516-70N

NO

50

APCS-1B

Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

Rev. No
EPOXY
TOP COATS

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

NO

NO

APCS-1A
Sa 2 1/2
(SP10)

1943-V424A/B

BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

SKIRT IN/OUTSIDE

SA516-70

NO

NO

APCS-1A

BARRIER 77 or BARRIER
80
1X(65~90)

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

GREY

EPOXY TOPCOAT
-

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

275~390

LIGHT GRAY
(RAL : 7035 or
MUNSELL :N-7)

275~390

LIGHT GRAY
(RAL : 7035 or
MUNSELL :N-7)

EPOXY TOPCOAT

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


AMB

275~400
Penguard FC
2X(100~150)

Penguard Express ZP
1X(75~100)

EPOXY ZINC PRIMER


SA516-70

RAL/MUNSELL
7035/N-7

EPOXY
TOP COATS
-

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

GREY
275~390

Penguard FC
2X(105~150)

EPOXY
PRIMER

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Technical Data

Penguard FC

Product description
This is a high build, two component polyamide cured epoxy coating. This product is tintable in a wide range of colours in
Jotuns Multicolour Industry system.

Recommended use
An epoxy finish coat to be used when cosmetic appearance of an epoxy finish is acceptable. It can also be
used as an anti corrosive primer in mild to medium environment for steel and concrete above water areas or
as an intermediate coat in more corrosive environment.

Film thickness and spreading rate


Film thickness, dry (m)
Film thickness, wet (m)
Theoretical spreading rate (m/l)

Minimum

Maximum

80
130
7,8

200
320
3,1

Typical
100
160
6,2

Comments
For application below typical film thickness, 160 microns WFT, up to 5% thinning may be needed to obtain proper flow
and film forming.

Penguard FC

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Physical properties
Colour

Selected colours over Multicolour tinting system (MCI)

Solids (vol %)*

62 2

Flash point

28C 2 (Setaflash)

VOC

310 gms/ltr UK-PG6/23(97). Appendix 3

Gloss

Semigloss

Gloss retention

Fair

Water resistance

Very good

Abrasion resistance

Very good

Solvent resistance

Very good

Chemical resistance

Very good

Flexibility
Good
*Measured according to ISO 3233:1998 (E)
Hong Kong rules: Category of paints - Other vessel coatings; VOC 348 gms/ltr HK EPD method (Ready to
use); Exempt compound - N/A; Specific gravity: 1,48 (A+B); Both VOC and Specific gravity values provided
are typical values, and will vary according to colour chosen.

Surface preparation
All surfaces should be clean, dry and free from contamination. The surface should be assessed and treated in
accordance with ISO 8504.
Bare steel
Cleanliness: Blast cleaning to Sa 2 (ISO 8501-1:2007). Roughness: using abrasives suitable to achieve grade Fine to
Medium G (30-85 m, Ry5) (ISO 8503-2)
Shopprimed steel
Clean, dry and undamaged approved shopprimer.
Coated surfaces
Clean, dry and undamaged compatible primer. Contact your local Jotun office for more information.
Other surfaces
For aluminium and galvanized surface; degreasing, light abrading or sand sweeping.
The coating may be used on other substrates. Please contact your local Jotun office for more information.

Condition during application


The temperature of the substrate should be minimum 0C and minimum 3C above the dew point of the air. The
temperature and the relative humidity should be measured in the vicinity of the substrate. Good ventilation is usually
required in confined areas to ensure proper drying. With forced ventilation, avoid heated air at first as this may cause
surface drying and solvent entrapment. The coating should not be exposed to oil, chemicals or mechanical stress until
fully cured.

Penguard FC

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Application methods
Spray

Use airless spray

Brush

Recommended for stripe coating and small areas, care must be taken to achieve the specified dry
film thickness.

Roller

Use a suitable roller. However when using roller application care must be taken to apply sufficient
material in order to achieve the specified dry film thickness.

Application data
Mixing ratio (volume)

4:1

Mixing
Pot life (23C)

4 parts Comp. A (base) to be mixed thoroughly with 1 part Penguard FC, Comp. B
(curing agent) 15 minutes prior to use.
2 hours (reduced at higher temp.)

Thinner/Cleaner

Jotun Thinner No. 17

Guiding data airless spray


Pressure at nozzle

15 MPa (150 kp/cm, 2100 psi.)

Nozzle tip

0.46 - 0.69 mm (0.018-0.027")

Spray angle

40 - 80

Filter

Check to ensure that filters are clean.

Drying time
Drying times are generally related to air circulation, temperature, film thickness and number of coats, and will be
affected correspondingly. The figures given in the table are typical with:
* Good ventilation (Outdoor exposure or free circulation of air)
* Typical film thickness
* One coat on top of inert substrate

Substrate temperature

0C

5C

10C

23C

40C

Surface dry

9h

8h

7h

2,5 h

1h

Through dry

36 h

24 h

15 h

7,5 h

2h

14 d

8d

4d

2d

24 h

15 h

7,5 h

4h

Cured
Dry to recoat, minimum
Dry to recoat, maximum
1.

36 h
1

Provided the surface is free from chalking and other contamination prior to application, there is normally no
overcoating time limit. If the coating has been exposed to direct sunlight for some time, special attention must be
paid to surface cleaning and mattening/removal of the surface layer in order to obtain good adhesion.

The given data must be considered as guidelines only. The actual drying time/times before recoating may be shorter or
longer, depending on film thickness, ventilation, humidity, underlying paint system, requirement for early handling and
mechanical strength etc. A complete system can be described on a system sheet, where all parameters and special
conditions could be included.

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Typical paint system


Penguard FC can be applied direct to metal or over a wide range of primers including:
Barrier
Jotamastic 87
Jotacote Universal

Penguard Midcoat
Penguard Express
Penguard HB

Primastic Universal

Penguard Tie Coat 100

Other systems may be specified, depending on area of use

Storage
The product must be stored in accordance with national regulations. Storage conditions are to keep the containers in a
dry, cool, well ventilated space and away from source of heat and ignition. Containers must be kept tightly closed.

Handling
Handle with care. Stir well before use.

Packing size
20 litre unit: 16 litres Comp. A (base) in a 20 litre container and 4 litres Penguard FC, Comp. B (curing agent) in a 5 litre
container.
5 litre unit: 4 litres Comp. A (base) in a 5 litre container and 1 litre Penguard FC, Comp. B (curing agent) in a 1 litre
container.

Health and safety


Please observe the precautionary notices displayed on the container. Use under well ventilated conditions. Do not
breathe or inhale mist. Avoid skin contact. Spillage on the skin should immediately be removed with suitable cleanser,
soap and water. Eyes should be well flushed with water and medical attention sought immediately.
For detailed information on the health and safety hazards and precautions for use of this product, we refer to
the Material Safety Data Sheet.
DISCLAIMER
The information in this data sheet is given to the best of our knowledge based on laboratory testing and practical
experience. However, as the product can be used under conditions beyond our control, we can only guarantee the
quality of the product itself. We also reserve the right to change the given data without notice. Minor product variations
may be implemented in order to comply with local requirements.
If there is any inconsistency in the text the English (UK) version will prevail.
Jotun is a World Wide company with factories, sales offices and stocks in more than 50 countries. For your nearest local Jotun address
please contact the nearest regional office or visit our website at www.jotun.com

ISSUED 17 OCTOBER 2013 BY JOTUN


THIS DATA SHEET SUPERSEDES THOSE PREVIOUSLY ISSUED

Penguard FC

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Technical Data

Barrier 77

Product description
Barrier 77 is a two-pack zinc rich epoxy primer that complies with the compositional requirements for SSPC Paint 20
level 2. Can also be made to order with ASTM D520 Type II zinc dust.

Recommended use
As a zinc rich primer on blast cleaned steel. Barrier 77 is used in combination with advanced coating systems to further
improve protection against corrosion.

Film thickness and spreading rate


Film thickness, dry mils (m)
Film thickness, wet mils (m)
Theoretical spreading rate ft/gl (m/l)

Minimum

Maximum

1,0(25)
1,8(45)
850(21,2)

3,0(75)
5,6(140)
285(7,1)

Typical
2,0(50)
3,8(95)
425(10,6)

Physical properties
Color

Grey

Solids (vol %)*

53 2

Flash point

77F 4 (25C 2) (Setaflash)

VOC

400 gms/ltr UK-PG6/23(97). Appendix 3

Gloss

Flat

Water resistance

Excellent

Abrasion resistance

Very good

Solvent resistance

Very good

Flexibility
Good
*Measured according to ISO 3233:1998 (E)

Surface preparation
All surfaces should be clean, dry and free from contamination. The surface should be assessed and treated in
accordance with ISO 8504.

Barrier 77

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Bare steel
Cleanliness: Blast cleaning to min. Sa 2 (ISO 8501-1:2007) or for maintenance UHPWJ to WJ2 (NACE No.5/SSPCSP 12). Roughness: using abrasives suitable to achieve minimum grade Fine (ISO 8503-2).
Shopprimed steel
Clean, dry and undamaged approved shopprimer.
Other surfaces
The coating may be used on other substrates. Please contact your local Jotun office for more information.

Condition during application


The temperature of the substrate should be minimum 41F (5C) and at least 5F (3C) above the dew point of the air,
temperature and relative humidity measured in the vicinity of the substrate. Good ventilation is required in confined
areas to ensure correct drying.

Application methods
Spray

Use airless spray

Brush

Recommended for stripe coating and small areas, care must be taken to achieve the specified dry
film thickness.

Application data
Mixing ratio (volume)

3 part Comp. A (base) to be mixed thoroughly with 1 part Comp. B (curing agent)

Mixing

hour prior to use.

Pot life 73F (23C)

24 hours (Reduced at higher temp.).

Thinner/Cleaner
Guiding data airless spray

Jotun Thinner No. 17

Pressure at nozzle

15 MPa min (150 kp/cm, 2100 psi.).

Nozzle tip

0.38 - 0.53 mm (0.015 - 0.021").

Spray angle

40 - 80

Filter

Check to ensure that filters are clean.

Barrier 77

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Drying time
Drying times are generally related to air circulation, temperature, film thickness and number of coats, and will be
affected correspondingly. The figures given in the table are typical with:
* Good ventilation (Outdoor exposure or free circulation of air)
* Typical film thickness
* One coat on top of inert substrate
Substrate temperature

41F(5C)

50F(10C)

73F(23C)

104F(40C)

Surface dry

50 min

20 min

10 min

4 min

Through dry

3h

2h

1,5 h

40 min

10 d

7d

5d

2d

3h

2h

1,5 h

40 min

Cured
Dry to recoat, minimum
Dry to recoat, maximum

1.
1.

1
1,2

Recommended data given for recoating with coatings normally specified on top of zinc epoxy coatings.
The surface should be dry and free from any contamination prior to application of the subsequent coat.

The given data must be considered as guidelines only. The actual drying time/times before recoating may be shorter or
longer, depending on film thickness, ventilation, humidity, underlying paint system, requirement for early handling and
mechanical strength etc. A complete system can be described on a system sheet, where all parameters and special
conditions could be included.

Typical paint system


Barrier 77

1 x 1 - 3 mils (25 - 75 m)

(Dry Film Thickness)

Subsequent coating(s) by choice e.g.: Epoxy, Acrylic or Vinyl.


Other systems may be specified, depending on area of use

Storage
The product must be stored in accordance with national regulations. Storage conditions are to keep the containers in a
dry, cool, well ventilated space and away from source of heat and ignition. Containers must be kept tightly closed.

Handling
Handle with care. Stir well before use. Continuous stirring during application will prevent the heavy zinc pigments from
settling.

Packing size
9 liter unit: 6.75 liters (1.78 gallons) Comp. A (base) in a 10 liter container and 2.25 liters (0.59 gallons) Comp. B (curing
agent) in a 3 liter container.
Packing may vary from country to country according to local requirements.

Health and safety


Please observe the precautionary notices displayed on the container. Use under well ventilated conditions. Do not
breathe or inhale mist. Avoid skin contact. Spillage on the skin should immediately be removed with suitable cleanser,
soap and water. Eyes should be well flushed with water and medical attention sought immediately.
For detailed information on the health and safety hazards and precautions for use of this product, we refer to
the Material Safety Data Sheet.

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DISCLAIMER
The information in this data sheet is given to the best of our knowledge based on laboratory testing and practical
experience. However, as the product can be used under conditions beyond our control, we can only guarantee the
quality of the product itself. We also reserve the right to change the given data without notice. Minor product variations
may be implemented in order to comply with local requirements.
If there is any inconsistency in the text the English (UK) version will prevail.
Jotun is a World Wide company with factories, sales offices and stocks in more than 50 countries. For your nearest local Jotun address
please contact the nearest regional office or visit our website at www.jotun.com

ISSUED 26 NOVEMBER 2010 BY JOTUN


THIS DATA SHEET SUPERSEDES THOSE PREVIOUSLY ISSUED

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