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PAINTING PROCEDURE
(AP110550-M023-B)
M023-B-1/17

FOR APPROVAL

D Mar.07.12 ISSUED FOR APPROVAL Y.G.CHOI S.B.HONG S.W.LEE


C Dec.01.11 ISSUED FOR APPROVAL Y.G.CHOI S.B.HONG S.W.LEE
B Oct.13.11 ISSUED FOR APPROVAL Y.G.CHOI S.B.HONG S.W.LEE
A Aug.30.11 ISSUED FOR APPROVAL Y.G.CHOI S.B.HONG S.W.LEE
REV. DATE DESCRIPTION DSGN CHKD APPD
EMPLOYER :

ELECTRICITY GENERATION COMPANY


OF BANGLADESH LTD.
PROJECT :

NEW HARIPUR POWER PLANT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT


CONTRACT REFERENCE NUMBER
F027-EGCB/2011
CONTRACTOR :

EPC SUB-CONTRACTOR :

SUPPLIER:

DESIGNED BY DATE TITLE :


Y.G.CHOI Mar.07.12
CHECKED BY DATE
Painting Procedure
S.B.HONG Mar.07.12
APPROVED BY DATE (Water & Waste Water Treatment Package)
S.W.LEE Mar.07.12
SCALE IDENTIFICATION DOC NUMBER
- - MC-WT-V-64-W005
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CONTENTS

1. SCOPE

2. APPLICABLE CODE & STANDARD

3. SURFACE PREPARATION

4. PAINTWORK

5. INSPECTION AND QUALITY CONTROL

6. STORAGE & HANDLING

7. SAFETY

8. PAINTING SYSTEM
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1. SCOPE

1.1 This procedure covers the minimum requirements of surface preparation and application

of protective coating for new haripur power plant development project

1.2 The coating requirements are applicable to exposed surfaces.

Surfaces to be embedded or in contact with concrete are not required to be coated.

1.3 Paint shall not be applied on following surfaces unless otherwise specified.

1.3.1 Non-ferrous material such as concrete, brickwork, tile, slate, glass and plastics.

1.3.2 Non-ferrous metals such as hot-dip galvanized steel.

1.3.3 Nameplate and other identification plates or label


1.3.4 Machined surface and stainless steel

2. APPLICABLE CODE & STANDARD


2.1 ISO : International Organization for Standardization

2.2 SSPC : Structural Steel Painting Council

2.3 ASTM : American Society for Testing and Material Standards

3. SURFACE PREPARATION
3.1 General
All surfaces to be painted shall be prepared in a workmanlike manner with the objective of
obtaining a clean and dry surface free from dust, rust, scale and all foreign matter. No paintwork
shall be done before the surfaces meet the requirements of the paint manufacturer. Hardware
accessories, machined surfaces, plates, lighting fixtures, and similar items should be in place prior
to cleaning and paintwork, and the items which not intended to be painted, shall be protected or
removed during paintwork and repositioned upon completion of paintwork.

All surface preparations shall be strictly performed in accordance with the recommendations of
the paint manufacturer.

3.2 STEEL SURFACE


3.2.1 Ferrous Metals
All ferrous metal to be primed in the shop shall be free from rust, dust, and scale which shall
be removed by abrasive blast cleaning or pickling in accordance with SSPC (Steel Structures
Painting Council) procedures designated in the specifications or on the Contract Drawings.
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Cleaned metal shall be primed or pretreated immediately after cleaning to prevent rusting. If
rusting beyond ASTM Rust Grade 8 occurs in the field, the rusted portions of shop-primed
ferrous metals shall be field-cleaned down to bright metal by abrasive blast cleaning and
immediately field primed.

All ferrous metals not primed in the shop shall be abrasive blast cleaned to a near white
finish (SSPC-SP 10) prior to application or any primer, pretreatment, or paint. Surface
preparation criteria for ferrous metals, as defined by the Steel Structures Painting Council,
are as follows:

SSPC-SP1 - Solvent Cleaning - Removal of oil, grease, dirt, soil, salts, and contaminants by
cleaning with solvent, vapor, alkali, emulsion, or steam.

SSPC-SP2 - Hand Tool Cleaning Removal of loose rust, loose mill scale and loose paint to
degree specified, by hand chipping, scraping, sanding and wire brushing.

SSPC-SP3 - Power Tool Cleaning Removal of loose rust, loose mill scale, loose paint to
degree specified, by power tool chipping, descaling, sanding, wire brushing
and grinding.

SSPC-SP4 Flame Cleaning Dehydrating and removal of rust, loose mill scale, and some
tight mill scale by use of flame, followed by wire brushing.

SSPC-SP5 White Metal Blast Cleaning Removal of all visible rust, mill scale, paint and
foreign matter, by blast cleaning by wheel or nozzle (dry or wet) using sand,
grit or shot. (For very corrosive atmosphere where high cost of cleaning is
warranted.)

SSPC-SP6 - Commercial Blast Cleaning Blast cleaning until at least two-thirds of each
element of surface area is free of all visible residues. (For rather severe
conditions of exposure.)

SSPC-SP7 - Brush-Off Blast Cleaning Blast cleaning of all except tightly adhering
residues of mill scale, rust and paintings, exposing numerous evenly distributed
flecks of underlying metal.

SSPC-SP8 Pickling - Complete removal of rust and mill scale by acid pickling, duplex
pickling or electrolytic pickling. (May reduce the resistance of the surface to
corrosion, if not primed immediately.)
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SSPC-SP9 Weathering Followed by Blast Cleaning - Weathering to remove all or part of


mill scale followed by blast cleaning to one of the above standards.

SSPC-SP10 - Near-White Blast Cleaning - Blast cleaning nearly to white metal cleanliness,
until at least 95 percent of each element of surface area is free of all visible
residues. (For high humidity, chemical atmosphere marine or other corrosive
environment.)

3.2.2. Nonferrous Metals


All nonferrous metals shall not be coated and following cleaning process shall be
performed.

Degreasing
To remove contaminating materials such as grease, oil, magic ink, etc, the equipment
shall be wiped clean with a solvent soaked clean rag followed by high pressure water
blasting.

Pickling
After degreasing, pickling shall be carried out to remove oxide scales on heat treated
parts and any contamination by spraying or dipping in a pickling solution for 2 to 6
hours depending on the shape of the parts to achieve removal of all surface
contaminants.

Fresh water cleaning


After chemical reaction, fresh water high pressure jet cleaning shall be done carefully.
The cleaning shall be done repeatedly until no spot and blot is found by visual
inspection.

3.2.3. Touch-up
Any abraded areas of shop or field applied paints shall be touched up with the same type of
shop or field applied paint, even to the extent of applying an entire paint, if necessary.
Touchup paintwork and surface preparations shall be in addition to and not considered as the
first field coat.

3.2.4. Castings (cast ferrous and nonferrous metals)


Surfaces of castings shall be prepared for paintwork by using a brush-applied filler and/or
knife-applied filler as required. These fillers are not to be used to conceal cracks, gas-holes,
or excessive porosity. Castings shall receive one coat of primer with a minimum thickness of
1.2 mils. Sufficient drying time must be allowed before further handling.
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4. PAINTWORK
4.1 PART REQUIRING PAINTWORK AND FINAL COLOR
4.1.1 Part Requiring Paintwork
4.1.1.1. The following shall be as specified on data sheets;
Approved types of paint systems.
Equipment, structures, etc., to which paint shall be applied.
Colors and types of paint for finish coats on typical facilities.

4.1.1.2 The following surfaces shall not be prepared, primed, or coated;


Nonferrous metal and alloy surfaces, such as copper, brass, or Monel.
Glass, tile, or ceramic surfaces.
Nameplates.
Machined surfaces and finished metal operation parts of machinery, valves, or other
equipment, such as valve stems, shafts, and flange faces.
Stainless steel, plastic surfaces.

4.1.2. FINAL COLOR


The final finish color shall be in accordance with the Painting Systems.

4.2 SHOP PAINTWORK


All fabricated steel work and equipment shall receive at the factory at least one (1) shop coat of
prime paint compatible with the painting system required by these specifications. Surface
preparation prior to shop paintwork shall be as specified in Section 8 Painting Systems.

All shop painted items shall be properly packed and stored until they are incorporated in the work.
Any painted surfaces that are damaged during handling, transportation, storage or installation
shall be cleaned, scraped, and patched before field paintwork begins so that the work shall be
equal to the original paintwork received at the shop. Equipment or steel work that is to be
assembled on the site shall likewise receive a minimum of one shop coat of paint at the factory.

The paints and surface preparation used for shop paintwork shall be identified on shop drawings
to be submitted to the purchaser.

The paints and surface preparation shall be in accordance with section 8 painting systems.

4.3 APPLICATION
All paints shall be applied by brush or spray, depending on the specification for the particular job,
by experienced painters and without runs, sags, thin spots, or unacceptable marks. Paint shall be
applied at the rate specified by the manufacturer to achieve the minimum dry mil thickness
required. Additional coats of paint shall be applied, if necessary, to obtain thickness specified.
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Application shall be by spraying where recommended by the manufacturer. If the material has
thickened or must be diluted for application by spray gun, each coat shall be built up to the same
film thickness achieved with undiluted brushed-on material. Where thinning is necessary and
approved, only the products of the particular manufacturer furnishing the paint shall be used, and
all such thinning shall be done in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.

A minimum of 24 hours drying time shall be applied between applications of any two coats of
paint on a particular surface, unless otherwise recommended by the paint manufacturer. Longer
drying times may be required for abnormal conditions in concert with the manufacturer's
recommendations.

No paintwork shall be accomplished in rainy or excessively damp weather when the relative
humidity exceeds 80 percent or when the steel temperature is less than 3 above the dew point.

The day's paintwork shall be completed well in advance of the probable time-of-day when
condensation will occur.

Each and every field coat of priming and finishing paint shall be inspected by the PURCHASER
or PURCHASER's authorized representative before the succeeding coat is applied. The HYORIM
INDUSTRIAL INC. shall follow a system of tinting successive paint coats so that no two coats
for a given surface are exactly the same color. Areas to receive black protective paintwork shall
be tick-marked with white or actually gauged as to thickness when finished.

4.4 TOUCH-UP OF SHOP PAINTED SURFACES


4.4.1 Unless specified otherwise, shop coated steel shall be touched up with same type of paint as
shop coat.
4.4.2 Touchup shall include cleaning and paintwork of;
Field connections.
Welds.
Damaged or defective paintwork and rusted areas.
4.4.3 As determined by Owner, extensively damaged or defective paintwork and rusted areas
shall;

Be cleaned.

Locally abraded by sand blasting, wire brush or sand paper to provide a clean, grease and
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corrosion free surface.

Receive one overall coat of primer for each shop coat in place of touchup or spot paint and top

coating application identical to the original system.

4.5 MAINTENANCE PAINTWORK


4.5.1 Surface Preparation for Re-paintwork
Unless specified otherwise, only loose, cracked, brittle, uncured or non adherent
paintwork shall be removed.
Cleaning shall be performed 50 mm beyond damaged areas either;
a. In all directions.
b. Until a continuous blemish free coating is obtained.
If remaining paint is thick, exposed edges shall be evenly finished.
Spot cleaning shall be conducted to minimize damage to sound paintwork.
a. Rust spots shall be removed by abrasion or dissolved with suitable chemical (Oxalic acid or
phosphoric acid) to leave a surface free of visible corrosion product.
b. Edges of old paintwork shall be scraped back to sound material.
Old paintwork shall be removed from areas with excessive damaged or loose paintwork.

4.5.2 Incompatibility
4.5.2.1 If problems like blistering, wrinkling & sags, cracking & etc. occurred after
application of spot or priming paintwork;
Paint shall be removed by sandblasting, abrasive paper or chemical stripper
(as appropriate).

Area shall be recoated.


4.5.2.2 Surfaces Previously Pretreated
Unless specified otherwise, cleaned areas of surfaces known to have been pretreated
with basic zinc chromate wash coat (wash primer) shall be similarly pretreated before
prime coat is applied.

4.6 DRYING AND HANDLING OF COATED STEEL


4.6.1 Drying
4.6.1.1 Minimum drying time between coats shall comply with manufacturers instructions.
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4.6.1.2 Maximum practical time shall be allowed for coat to dry before application of next coat.
4.6.1.3 Coats that dry too hard for good adhesion of subsequent coats shall be prepared and in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions or specifications for recoating outside of the
maximum recoat period.

4.6.1.4 If not recoated within specified time, previously applied paintwork shall be treated prior
to re-paintwork.
4.6.1.5 Paintwork shall not be force dried under conditions that cause checking, wrinkling,
blistering, formation of pores, or detrimentally affect their protective properties.
4.6.1.6 No drying agent shall be added to the paintwork unless specifically set forth in the
manufacturer's instructions.
4.6.1.7 To fullest extent possible, paintwork shall be protected from rain, condensation,
contamination, snow, and freezing until dry.

4.6.2 Handling
4.6.2.1 Except as necessary in turning the items for paintwork or for drying, coated steel shall
not be handled, loaded for shipment, or shipped until the paint has dried.
4.6.2.2 Paintwork that are damaged in handling shall be;
Scraped off.
Touched up with same number of coats and kinds of paints as were previously
applied or specified.

4.7 CLEANUP
Upon completion of paintwork and special paintwork defined in this specification, entire job
shall be made ready for acceptance, including;
4.7.1 Removal of painters equipment, surplus materials, and debris from premises.
4.7.2 Cleaning inside and outside of glass-faced part (Sight-glass, Inspection Window, etc)
4.7.3 Cleaning paint marks, and overspray from other surfaces and fixtures.

5. INSPECTION AND QUALITY CONTROL


5.1 The supplier shall perform the following inspection and testing.

5.1.1 Verify compliance with requirements of the coating manufacturers specification.

5.1.2 Inspect blasted surface immediately before application of the coating.


Blast cleaned surfaces shall be compared with SSPC-Vis 1 or ISO Visual Standards.
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The anchor pattern profile depth shall be verified in accordance with ASTM D 4417
Or ISO 8503 standard.

5.1.3 Check for dryness visual inspection.


Steel surfaces to be coated shall be examined prior to commencement of work. Any
conditions that affect cleaning and coating operations to be corrected. Defects and
deficiencies in surface preparation or coating work shall be corrected before proceeding
with the next step. The areas with defective or damaged coatings have been repaired
or replaced are to be re-inspected as outlined here in.

5.1.4 Check for rust visual inspection

Check for flash rusting visually.

If rusting detected, surfaces shall be re-blasted until acceptable.

5.2 Handling and application of coating

5.2.1 Check each coating material shipment for acceptable condition of the containers

and packages.

5.2.2 Check spray equipment for correct air pressure, clean lines of agitators, hoses
and pots, and correct size of tips and caps. Prior to using compressed air, the quality of
the air shall be tested in accordance with ASTM D 4285 or ISO equivalent. The test shall
be performed at the beginning of each shift and at approximately four-hour intervals. The
test also shall be made after any interruption of the air compressor operation.

5.2.3 Mixed material that exceeds pot life shall be rejected.


5.2.4 All instruments used for testing and inspection will be properly calibrated and maintained
in good working conditions.

5.2.5 Check the dry film thickness of coating using SSPC-PA2

- The average value of three readings recorded by use of properly calibrated dry film

thickness gauge. The readings shall be within a 150 mm radius and evenly spread

out from given spot.

- The thickness of dry film of the coating, the value stated shall mean the minimum dry film

thickness at all locations of the coated surface. A higher thickness, up to 50% more than

minimum dry film thickness is allowed provided the additional thickness does not cause
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surface defects such as wrinkling, flaking, mud-cracking.

5.2.6 Check continuously for following coating defects and take immediate corrective action

- Loss of adhesion

- Blistering

- Peeling

- Mud cracking

- Rusting of substrate

- Dry over spray

- Runs an sags

- Embedded particles

- Other imperfection and blemishes


5.2.7 The wetted surfaces coating shall be allowed to dry as recommended by the
paint manufacturer before holiday detection test is performed. Holidays and
paint defects found during the inspection and test shall be marked for repair
and documented. Repair areas shall be retested for holidays. The test shall be
performed in accordance with ASTM D 5162 or equivalent ISO Standard. The
coating shall be free of defects.
5.2.8 Dew point and relative humidity shall be determined using a sling Psychrometer or an
accepted equal following the procedures in ASTM E 337 or ISO equivalent standard.
Readings shall be taken at the start of work and approximately every four hours.
Surface temperature parameters are outside the requirements of this specification.

5.2.9 Check temperature and relative humidity is sufficiently high and low, respectively, to allow

the specified curing conditions to be met.

5.2.10 Inspection record shall be recorded in Painting inspection report.

(Refer to Attachment #1 Painting inspection report)

6. STORAGE & HANDLING


6.1 Paint shall be delivered to the place of application in the paint manufacturer's unopened, original
containers bearing a legible product designation, batch number, and date of manufacture.
Containers that are damaged shall not be used.
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6.2 The paint shall be handled and stored in accordance with the manufacturer's latest published
instructions and shall be protected from damage, moisture, direct sunlight, and suitable
temperatures. The paint shall be used within the manufacturer's published shelf life. Containers
of paints or components shall not be opened unless for immediate use.
6.3 For field paint, all paints shall be stored in a location designated by the owner in accordance
with the site specific storage requirements for combustible materials. The Contractor shall store
rags, paints, solvents, and other flammable materials in closed metal containers at all times to
prevent fire.
6.4 Package and protect all equipment against damage during shipment, storage, and handling in
accordance with this specification and Technical Specification for the General Project
Requirements. Coated items shall be protected on non-abrasive supports during storage and
shipment. Coated surfaces shall be protected from damage during lifting, handling, and shipment
until accepted by the Owner at the designed destination.
6.5 The coated steel in the storage yard shall be protected with tarpaulin or other suitable materials
at all time to prevent embedment such as rust stains, rust, weld spatter, contaminants, particulates,
blasting media, dirt, dust, grinding debris, etc. All coated steel shall be stored on padded racks or
polyethylene-sheathed sand berms not less than 225mm off the ground until time for shipment.
The supports shall be properly spaced and beveled to support the steel without damage.
6.6 Owner's representative will have authority to stop any storage activities or means of transport
from the yard, if in his opinion there is a possibility of damage to the paintwork because of
improper procedures.
6.7 Coated steel members shall be transported from the painting yard by truck, rail, barge, or ship as
specified in the contract order. The coated steel shall be shipped using sufficient dunnage to
adequately protect the steel and its paintwork. Chains or wire rope shall not be used for handling.
Equipment for handling shall have sufficient padding to prevent damage to the paintwork.
6.8 Coated steel shall be protected with tarpaulin or other acceptable means during the sea transport
in accordance with the shop test and inspection procedure. (MC-WT-V-64-W007, Packing
inspection part)
7. SAFETY
7.1. In the case of hand tool cleaning or power tool cleaning, workers shall wear protective glasses,
gloves, protective helmet, dust masks or filtered breathing air supply.
7.2. In the case of blast cleaning, confirm the door is closed in order to avoid being hit by grit ball.

8. PAINTING SYSTEMS
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8.1 Paint System Specifications. (Water / Wastewater Treatment System)

ITEM DESCRIPTION Dry Film Remark


Surface- Munsell
IN-OUT OPERAT. Insula Paint Order Scope Thickness Color
Code ITEM MATL Preparation No.
DIVISION TEMP. -tion ()

2-pack inorganic Solids by volume min.


Prime Coat 75 - -
Ethyl zinc silicate 58%
VESSEL. (Indoor) Intermediate 2-pack epoxy Solids by volume min.
OUTSIDE A283Gr.C 10 / 50 NO SA 2 1/2 75 - -
Coat Polyamide 51%
A 1) Multi Media Filter (WT)
2) Sand Filter (PW) 2-pack epoxy 50 Solids by volume min.
Finish Coat Gray 5Y 7/1
3) A/C Filter (PW) Polyamide (T:200) 51%
2 coat of 2-pack 150 Any
INSIDE A283Gr.C 10 / 50 NO SA 3 Finish Coat - Volume solids min. 56%
modified epoxy (T:300) Color
2-pack inorganic Solids by volume min.
Prime Coat 75 - -
Ethyl zinc silicate 58%
TANK. (Indoor) OUTSIDE C.S BELOW 40 NO SA 2 1/2 Intermediate 2-pack epoxy Solids by volume min.
75 - -
Coat Polyamide 51%
B
1) Degasifier (WT) 50
2-pack epoxy Solids by volume min.
2) Degasified water Tank (WT) Finish Coat Gray 5Y 7/1
Polyamide (T:200) 51%

INSIDE A283Gr.C BELOW 40 NO SA 2 1/2 RUBBER LINING (4.8mm) N/A

2-pack Inorganic Solids by volume min.


Prime Coat 75 - -
Ethyl zinc silicate 58%
VESSEL. (outdoor) Intermediate 2-pack epoxy Solids by volume min.
OUTSIDE A283Gr.C 10 / 50 NO SA 2 1/2 125 - -
Coat Polyamide 51%
C 1) A/C Filter (WWT)
2-pack aliphatic 50 Solids by volume min.
Finish Coat Gray 5Y 7/1
polyurethane (T:250) 58%
2 coat of 2-pack 150 Any
INSIDE A283Gr.C 10 / 50 NO SA 3 Finish Coat - Volume solids min. 56%
modified epoxy (T:300) Color
2-pack inorganic Solids by volume min.
Prime Coat 75 - -
Ethyl zinc silicate 58%
TANK. (outdoor) Intermediate 2-pack epoxy Solids by volume min.
OUTSIDE A283Gr.C BELOW 40 NO SA 2 1/2 125 - -
Coat Polyamide 51%
D 1) pH Adjustment Tank
2) coagulantion Tank 2-pack aliphatic 50 Solids by volume min.
Finish Coat Gray 5Y 7/1
3) Flocculation Tank polyurethane (T:250) 58%

INSIDE A283Gr.C BELOW 40 NO SA 2 1/2 RUBBER LINING (4.8mm) N/A

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ITEM DESCRIPTION Dry Film Remark


Surface- Munsell
IN-OUT OPERAT. Insula Paint Order Scope Thickness Color
Code ITEM MATL Preparation No.
DIVISION TEMP. -tion ()
2-pack inorganic Solids by volume min.
Prime Coat 75 - -
Ethyl zinc silicate 58%
TANK. (outdoor)
Intermediate 2-pack epoxy Solids by volume min.
OUTSIDE A283Gr.C BELOW 40 NO SA 2 1/2 125 - -
1)Well water S/T Tank Coat Polyamide 51%
E
2)CIP OiL Separator 2-pack aliphatic 50 Solids by volume min.
Finish Coat Gray 5Y 7/1
polyurethane (T:250) 58%
2 coat of 2-pack 150 Any
INSIDE A283Gr.C BELOW 40 NO SA 3 Finish Coat - Volume solids min. 56%
modified epoxy (T:300) Color
2-pack inorganic Solids by volume min.
Prime Coat 75 - -
Ethyl zinc silicate 58%

OUTSIDE A283Gr.C BELOW 40 NO SA 2 1/2 Intermediate 2-pack epoxy Solids by volume min.
125 - -
Coat Polyamide 51%
CLARIFIER (WT & WWT)
F THICKENER (WWT) 2-pack aliphatic 50 Solids by volume min.
Finish Coat Gray 5Y 7/1
(Outdoor) polyurethane (T:250) 58%
Removal of welding Blasting according to
Pre-treatment - - -
spatter SIS 055900/ISO 8501
INSIDE A283Gr.C BELOW 40 NO SA 3
2 coat of 2-pack 150
Finish Coat Gray 5Y 7/1 Volume solids min. 56%
modified epoxy (T:300)

Prime Coat - - - -
TANK (FRP)
OUTSIDE FRP -
light
G HCL storage TANK Finish Coat epoxy - 7.5R 7/8 -
-red
FUME scrubber
ACID Dosing Tank
INSIDE FRP BELOW 40 NO - Maker Standard -

TANK (FRP)
Prime Coat - - - -
1)ALUM S/T Tank (WT)
2)NaOCl Dosing Tank (PW) OUTSIDE FRP BELOW 40 NO - -
3)NaOCl Dosing Tank (WT) light
H 4)Alum Dosing Tank(WT &WWT) Finish Coat epoxy - (1B 6/3.9)-
-blue
5)SBS Dosing Tank (WT)
6) CIP(Cleaning) TANK (WT)
7) WELL Water Tank (Pw)
INSIDE FRP BELOW 40 NO - Maker Standard
8) Caustic Dosing Tank (WT)

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ITEM DESCRIPTION Dry Film Remark


Surface- Munsell
IN-OUT OPERAT. Insula Paint Order Scope Thickness Color
Code ITEM MATL Preparation No.
DIVISION TEMP. -tion ()

TANK. (SUS)
OUTSIDE S.S 20 / 40 NO - - - - - - -
I 1) Caustic S/T TANK
(WT & WWT))
2) Caustic Dosing Tank (WWT) INSIDE S.S 20 / 40 NO - - - - - - -

TANK. (SUS)
OUTSIDE S.S BELOW 40 NO - - - - - - -
1) Micro Filter (WT)
J 2) RO Micro Filter (WT)
3) Antiscalant Dosing Tan (WT)
4) Polymer Dissolving Tank INSIDE S.S BELOW 40 NO - - - - - - -
(WT & WWT)

2-pack inorganic
Prime Coat 75 - - Solids by volume min. 58%
Ethyl zinc silicate
STEEL STRUCTURE Surfaces up
A36 Intermediate 2-pack epoxy
K OUTSIDE NO SA 2 1/2 75 - - Solids by volume min. 51%
or EQ 120 Coat Polyamide
1) Walk way etc.
2-pack aliphatic 100
Finish Coat Gray 5Y 7/1 Solids by volume min. 58%
polyurethane (T:250)
2-pack inorganic
Prime Coat 75 - - Solids by volume min. 58%
Ethyl zinc silicate
A36 Surfaces up Intermediate 2-pack epoxy
L HAND RAIL & LADDER OUTSIDE NO SA 2 1/2 75 - - Solids by volume min. 51%
or EQ 120 Coat Polyamide
2-pack aliphatic 100
Finish Coat Yellow 10YR 8/12 Solids by volume min. 58%
polyurethane (T:200)
2-pack Inorganic
Prime Coat 75 - - Solids by volume min. 58%
Ethyl zinc silicate
Intermediate 2-pack epoxy
M CARBON STEEL PIPE OUTSIDE A53Gr.C 10 / 50 NO SA 2 1/2 125 - - Solids by volume min. 51%
Coat Polyamide
2-pack aliphatic 50
Finish Coat Green 7.5GY 6/10 Solids by volume min. 58%
polyurethane (T:250)

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ITEM DESCRIPTION Dry Film Remark


Surface- Munsell
IN-OUT OPERAT. Insula Paint Order Scope Thickness Color
Code ITEM MATL Preparation No.
DIVISION TEMP. -tion ()

2-pack zinc rich Solids by volume min.


VENDOR PACKAGE Prime Coat 75 - -
epoxy primer 70%
-Centrifugal pump Intermediate 2-pack epoxy Solids by volume min.
N OUTSIDE - - NO SA 2 1/2 75 - -
-Agitator Coat Polyamide 51%
-Dehydrator
2-pack aliphatic 50 Solids by volume min.
-Valve Finish Coat Gray 5Y 7/1
polyurethane (T:200) 58%

OUTSIDE
VENDOR PACKAGE Maker Standard
O - - NO SA 2 1/2 Gray 5Y 7/1 Powder Paint
(Please see vendor print point spec.)
INSIDE
-PLC Control Panel

VENDOR PACKAGE
Maker Standard
P OUTSIDE - - NO SA 2 1/2 Gray 5Y 7/1 Powder Paint
(Please see vendor print point spec.)
-Dosing Pump

VENDOR PACKAGE OUTSIDE


Maker Standard
Q - - NO SA 2 1/2 Gray 5Y 7/1 Powder Paint
(Please see vendor print point spec.)
-MCC INSIDE

VENDOR PACKAGE OUTSIDE


R - - NO - - - - -
-OTHER ELECTRICAL PANEL
(STAINLESS STEEL) INSIDE

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(Attachment #1 Painting inspection report)

PAINTING INSPECTION REPORT


PROJECT NAME ITEM

CONTRACTOR PART NAME

SUPPLIER ITEM NO.


DWG. NO. INSPECTION DATE

METHOD SHOT BLASTING


SURFACE PREPARATION
CONDITION SSPC-SP10

CLASSFICATION EXTERNAL INTERNAL

1st COAT. 2nd COAT. 3rd COAT. 1st COAT. 2nd COAT. 3rd COAT.
(1) (1)+(2) (1)+(2)+(3) (1) (1)+(2) (1)+(2)+(3)
ITEM
AMBIENT TEMP ()
HUMIDITY (%)
DEW POINT

SURFACE TEMP. ()

PAINT/BRAND NAME

COLOR OR RAL NO.

PAINTING METHOD

WET THICK. SPEC.


() ACTUAL
SPEC.

ACTUAL 1
ACTUAL 2
DRY
THICK. ACTUAL 3
()
ACTUAL 4
ACTUAL 5
AVE.

VISUAL
RESULT

REMARKS. HYORIM INC. WITNESS BY WITNESS BY


(CONTRACTOR) (OWNER)
INSPECTED BY CHECKED BY