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SECTION 09 96 00
HIGH PERFORMANCE SPECIALTY COATINGS
 
 
Copyright 2008 - 2015 ARCAT, Inc. - All rights reserved
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** International Protective Coatings; High Performance Specialty Coatings.
.
This section is based on the products of International Protective Coatings, which is located at:
6001 Antoine Drive.
Houston, TX 77091.
Tel: (713) 682-1711.
Fax: (713) 684-1515.
Email : request info
Web: http://www.international-pc.com.
.
International Paint has operations in 54 countries worldwide and over 3,500 employees. The company's International® brandname has worldwide market leadership positions in Marine, Protective and Yacht paints.International Protective Coatings is the leading supplier of high performance Protective Coatings and forms part of Akzo Nobel, a market driven, technology based company specializing in Coatings, Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals.
 
PART 1 GENERAL
 
1.1
SECTION INCLUDES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete items below not required for project.
 
A.
High Performance Primers.
B.
High Performance Primer / Finish Coatings.
C.
High Performance Epoxy Coatings.
D.
High Performance Acrylic Coatings.
E.
High Performance Polyurethane Coatings.
F.
High Performance Polysiloxane Coatings.
1.2
RELATED SECTIONS
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete any sections below not relevant to this project; add others as required.
 
A.
Section 05080: Shop Applied Coatings for Metal
B.
Section 05 12 16 - Fabricated Fireproofed Steel Columns.
C.
Section 09 96 63 - Textured Plastic Coatings.
1.3
REFERENCES
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete references from the list below that are not actually required by the text of the edited section.
 
A.
International Standards Organization (ISO):
1.
ISO 12944 - Corrosion Protection of Structural Steel by Protective Paint Systems.
B.
The Society of Protective Coatings (SSPC):
1.
SSPC SP-10: Near White Metal Cleaning Standard.
2.
SSPC SP-6: Commercial Blast Cleaning Standard.
3.
SSPC SP-1: Solvent Cleaning
4.
SSPC SP-2: Hand Tool Cleaning
5.
SSPC SP-3: Power Tool Cleaning
6.
SSPC SP- 11: Power Tool Cleaning
1.4
DEFINITIONS
A.
ISO 12944 C5: Severe Atmosphere Application - Industrial areas with high humidity and aggressive environments. Marine, offshore and coastal areas with high salinity. Interior environments with permanent condensation and pollution.
B.
ISO 12944 C4: Moderate Atmosphere Applications - Industrial and coastal areas. Interior chemical processing areas and swimming pools.
C.
ISO 12944 C3: Mild Atmosphere Applications- Urban and industrial atmospheres. Moderate sulpher diuoxide levels. Interior environment with high humidity and exposure to air pollution.
D.
ISO 12955 C1&C2: Low Atmosphere or Interior Applications - Rural area, low pollution, dry environments. Heated/unheated buildings with neutral atmosphere.
1.5
SUBMITTALS
A.
Submit under provisions of Section 01 30 00.
B.
Product Data: Submit product data including manufacturer's technical information indicating product performance characteristics, performance and limitation criteria.
C.
Application Instructions: Submit manufacturer's written installation instructions.
D.
Applicator Qualifications: Submit applicators current certification as a manufacturer trained and approved applicator.
E.
Manufacturers Qualifications: Submit manufacturer documentation that the fireproofing product complies with the specified contract requirements.
F.
Shop Drawings: Submit plan, section, elevation and perspective drawings as necessary to depict system configuration, design considerations and application procedures.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete selection samples if colors have already been selected.
 
G.
Selection Samples: For each finish product specified, two complete sets of color chips representing manufacturer's full range of available materials.
H.
Verification Samples: For each finish product specified, two samples representing actual product, color, and finish.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the entire next article if LEED Credit is not required on this project.
 
1.6
LEED REQUIREMENTS / CREDIT
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Interchar 212 fire protection material is manufactured in Houston, TX and greater than 20 percent of the raw materials are extracted within a 500 mile radius of the Houston manufacturing facility. If this location falls within a 500 mile radius of the project site, then Interchar 212 can contribute to earning Materials and Resources Credit 5.2. Delete the next paragraph if not applicable.
 
A.
MR Credit 5.2: Regional Materials- 20 percent extracted, processed and manufactured regionally: 1 Credit.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the next paragraph if not applicable.
 
B.
EQ Credit 4.2: Low-Emitting Materials: 1 Credit.
1.
High Performance coatings applied in the field with < 250 g/l VOC limits as measured in accordance with Green Seal Standard GS-11 requirements.
1.7
QUALITY ASSURANCE
A.
Manufacturer:
1.
Company specializing in manufacturing products listed in this section with a minimum of ten (10) years documented experience.
2.
The Manufacturer's quality management system must be assessed and registered by an independent registrar as conforming to the requirements of ISO 9001.
B.
Applicator: Company specializing in applying the work of this section with a minimum of three (3) years documented experience and certified by the manufacturer.
C.
Product:
1.
All products listed in this section must be manufactured under the appropriate follow-up service with each container bearing the certified label (mark).
2.
Coating will be a complete system from a single source consisting of primer and topcoat.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Include a mock-up if the project size and/or quality warrant taking such a precaution. The following is one example of how a mock-up on a large project might be specified. When deciding on the extent of the mock-up, consider all the major different types of work on the project.
 
D.
Mock-Up: Provide a mock-up for evaluation of surface preparation techniques and application workmanship.
1.
Before proceeding with the work, the applicator will apply the primer and finish coat to a representative substrate section of 100 square feet in size. Areas will be designated by the Architect.
2.
The application must be witnessed by the Architect's or Owner's representative and is subject to their approval. Once agreed upon in writing it serves as a guide for the finished work.
3.
Do not proceed with remaining work until workmanship, color, and sheen are approved by Architect.
4.
Refinish mock-up area as required to produce acceptable work.
1.8
DELIVERY, STORAGE, AND HANDLING
A.
Delivery: Deliver materials in manufacturer's original, sealed, undamaged container with identification label intact.
B.
Storage: Store materials in strict accordance with manufacturers documented instructions.
C.
Documentation: All batch number, product identification and quantities shall be recorded on appropriate QC documents. A copy of the transport document and manufacturers conformance certificate shall be attached to the material delivery QC form.
D.
Store and dispose of hazardous materials, and materials contaminated by hazardous materials, in accordance with requirements of local authorities having jurisdiction.
1.9
PROJECT CONDITIONS
A.
Project Environmental Requirements: Substrate and air temperature shall be in accordance with the manufacturers requirements.
1.
Protect work area from windblown dust and rain. Protect adjacent areas from over spray of coating material.
2.
Provide ventilation in areas to receive work of this section during application and minimum 24 hours after application.
B.
Temperature and Humidity Requirements: Maintain environmental conditions (temperature, humidity, and ventilation) within limits recommended by manufacturer for optimum results. Do not apply coatings under environmental conditions outside manufacturer's absolute limits.
1.
Do not apply primers or coatings when temperature of substrate and/or surrounding ambient air temperature is below 41 degrees F (5 C). Temporary protection and heat shall be maintained at this minimum temperature for 24 hours before, during and 24 hours after material application.
2.
Steel substrate temperature shall be a minimum of 5 deg F (3 deg C) above the dew point of the surrounding air for a period of 24 hours prior and during the application of the material.
3.
If necessary for job schedule, the General Contractor shall provide enclosures and heat to maintain proper temperatures and humidity levels in the application areas.
4.
The relative humidity of the application area shall not exceed a maximum of 85 percent for 24 hours prior, during and 24 hours after the application of the material.
1.10
SEQUENCING AND SCHEDULING
A.
Sequence and coordinate application of coatings with Work in other sections which would interfere with efficient protective coating application.
B.
Do not commence adjacent or adjoining Work until the application of the coatings is complete in that area.
C.
Do not apply coatings to supporting structural steel until adjacent concrete toppings and/or roadway applications have been completed and are substantially dry.
1.11
WARRANTY
A.
At project closeout, provide to Owner or Owners Representative an executed copy of the manufacturer's standard limited warranty against manufacturing defect, outlining its terms, conditions, and exclusions from coverage.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
 
2.1
MANUFACTURERS
A.
Acceptable Manufacturer: International Paint, LLC, which is located at: 6001 Antoine Dr.; Houston, TX 77091; Tel: 713-684-1206; Fax: 713-684-1515; Email: request info (r.scott.Lewis@akzonobel.com); Web: www.international-pc.com | www.firesthetics.com
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete one of the following two paragraphs; coordinate with requirements of Division 1 section on product options and substitutions.
 
B.
Substitutions: Not permitted.
C.
Requests for substitutions must be made 30 days prior to submittal and contain the full name of each product, descriptive literature, testing data collected from industry consensus standard testing, data on past performance, manufacturer's instruction for use and generic type. Information must demonstrate equivalence of product and performance to the specified material and complete systems. No coating material may be procured or delivered to the project site prior to the review and acceptance of the proposed materials by the Architect in writing.
2.2
APPLICATION / SCOPE
A.
Application Criteria:
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Retain only Applications that are present on this project and delete all others.
 
1.
Severe Atmosphere Applications: Coordinate with Section 09 90 00 - Painting and Coating.
2.
Moderate Atmosphere Applications: Coordinate with Section 09 90 00 - Painting and Coating.
3.
Mild Atmosphere Applications: Coordinate with Section 09 90 00 - Painting and Coating.
4.
Low Atmosphere Applications: Coordinate with Section 09 90 00 - Painting and Coating.
B.
Exterior Surfaces To Be Painted:
1.
Bare metal, primed metal, and galvanized metal - corrosion-resistant finish.
2.
Pipes, ducts, conduits, hangers and supports, equipment, and equipment enclosures exposed to weather or view - corrosion-resistant finish.
C.
Interior Surfaces To Be Painted:
1.
Bare metal, primed metal, and galvanized metal.
2.
Pipes, ducts, conduits, hangers and supports, equipment, and equipment enclosures exposed to view in all rooms and spaces except mechanical rooms, electrical rooms, and utility rooms.
3.
Pipes, ducts, conduits, hangers and supports, equipment, and equipment enclosures exposed to view in all rooms and spaces.
D.
Surfaces Not to be Painted: Unless specifically indicated as to receive high performance coating, DO NOT PAINT THE FOLLOWING:
1.
Items specified or provided with factory finish; materials and products having factory-applied primer are not considered factory finished.
2.
Items indicated to receive other finishes.
3.
Items indicated to remain unfinished.
4.
Marble, granite, slate, and other natural stones.
5.
Brick, concrete, cast stone, integrally colored plaster.
6.
Glass.
7.
Concrete masonry in utility, mechanical, and electrical spaces.
8.
Anodized aluminum, bronze, terne, and lead.
9.
Equipment nameplates, fire rating labels, and operating parts of equipment.
10.
Acoustical materials.
11.
Concealed pipes, ducts, and conduits.
12.
Wood, plaster, concrete, concrete masonry walls, ceilings, soffits, walkways, curbs, steps,
E.
Colors: To be selected by Architect from manufacturer's full range of available colors.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the entire next article if Severe Atmosphere conditions do not exist on the project. Retain only coating systems specified and delete all others.
 
2.3
SEVERE ATMOSPHERE COATING SYSTEMS: ISO 12944 C5
A.
VOC Limit less than 340 g/l:
1.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 315 or Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Intermediate Coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
2.
Inorganic Zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 22HS.
b.
Intermediate Coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
3.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 315 or Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
4.
Inorganic Zinc/Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 22HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
5.
Organic Zinc/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 315 or Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
6.
Organic Zinc/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 315 or Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
B.
VOC Limit less than 250 g/l:
1.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Intermediate Coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
2.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
3.
Organic Zinc/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
4.
Organic Zinc/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
C.
VOC Limit less than 100 g/l:
1.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: InterH20 280.
b.
Intermediate coat: InterH20 499 or Interseal 1100.
c.
Finish Coat: InterH20 699 or Interthane 2100.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the entire next article if Moderate Atmosphere conditions do not exist on the project. Retain only coating systems specified and delete all others.
 
2.4
MODERATE ATMOSPHERE COATING SYSTEMS: ISO 12944 C4
A.
VOC Limit less than 340 g/l:
1.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS or Interzinc 315.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
2.
Inorganic Zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 22HS.
b.
Intermediate Coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
3.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 315 or Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
4.
Inorganic Zinc/Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 22HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
5.
Organic Zinc/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 315 or Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
6.
Organic Zinc/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 315 or Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
7.
Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer:Intercure 200HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or 870UHS.
8.
Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer:Intercure 200HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
B.
VOC limit less than 250 g/l:
1.
Organic zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
2.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
3.
Organic Zinc/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
4.
Organic Zinc/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
5.
Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer:Intercure 200HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or 870UHS.
6.
Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer:Intercure 200HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
C.
VOC limit less than 100 g/l:
1.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: InterH20 280.
b.
Intermediate coat: InterH20 499 or Interseal 1100.
c.
Finish Coat: InterH20 699 or Interthane 2100.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the entire next article if Mild Atmosphere conditions do not exist on the project. Retain only coating systems specified and delete all others.
 
2.5
MILD ATMOSPHERE COATING SYSTEMS: ISO 12944 C3
A.
VOC Limit less than 340 g/l:
1.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS or Interzinc 315.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
2.
Inorganic Zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 22HS.
b.
Intermediate Coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
3.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 315 or Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
4.
Inorganic Zinc/Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 22HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
5.
Organic Zinc/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 315 or Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
6.
Organic Zinc/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 315 or Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
7.
Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer:Intercure 200HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or 870UHS.
8.
Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer:Intercure 200HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
B.
VOC limit less than 250 g/l:
1.
1. Organic zinc/Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
2.
Organic Zinc/Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Intermediate coat: Intergard 475HS.
c.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
3.
Organic Zinc/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
4.
Organic Zinc/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Interzinc 52HS.
b.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
5.
Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer:Intercure 200HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or 870UHS.
6.
Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer:Intercure 200HS.
b.
Finish coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
C.
VOC limit less then 100 g/l:
1.
Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: InterH20 499 or Interseal 1100.
b.
Finish Coat: InterH20 699 or Interthane 2100.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the entire next article if Low Atmosphere conditions do not exist on the project. Retain only coating systems specified and delete all others.
 
2.6
LOW ATMOSPHERE COATING SYSTEMS: ISO 12944 C2
A.
VOC limits less than 340 g/l:
1.
Epoxy/Polyurethane System
a.
Primer: Intergard 345 or Intercure 200HS
b.
Finish Coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS
2.
Epoxy/Polysiloxane System
a.
Primer: Intergard 345 or Intercure 200HS
3.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878
4.
Epoxy System
a.
Primer and Finish Coat: Intergard 345
B.
VOC Limits less than 250 g/l
1.
Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Intergard 345UHS or Intercure 200HS.
b.
Finish Coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
2.
Epoxy/Polysiloxane System.
a.
Primer: Intergard 345UHS or Intercure 200HS.
3.
Finish Coat: Interfine 979 or Interfine 878.
4.
Epoxy System.
a.
Primer and Finish Coat: Intergard 345UHS.
C.
VOC limits less than 100 g/l:
1.
1. Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: InterH20 499 or Interseal 1100.
b.
Finish Coat: InterH20 699 or Interthane 2100.
 
** NOTE TO SPECIFIER ** Delete the entire next article if Interior / Low Atmosphere conditions do not exist on the project. Retain only coating systems specified and delete all others.
 
2.7
INTERIOR / LOW ATMOSPHERE COATING SYSTEMS: ISO 12944 C1
A.
VOC limit less than 340 g/l:
1.
Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Intergard 345.
b.
Finish coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
2.
Epoxy/Acrylic System.
a.
Primer: Intercure 200HS.
b.
Finish Coat: Intercryl 530.
3.
Acrylic/Acrylic System.
a.
Primer: Intercryl 520.
b.
Finish Coat: Intercryl 530.
4.
Epoxy System.
a.
Primer and Finish Coat: Intergard 345.
5.
Acrylic System.
a.
Primer and Finish Coat: Intercryl 520.
B.
VOC limit less than 250 g/l:
1.
Epoxy/Polyurethane System.
a.
Primer: Intergard 345UHS.
b.
Finish Coat: Interthane 990HS or Interthane 870UHS.
2.
Acrylic/Acrylic System.
a.
Primer: Intercryl 520.
b.
Finish Coat: Intercryl 530.
3.
Epoxy System.
a.
Primer and Finish Coat: Intergard 345UHS.
4.
Acrylic System.
a.
Primer and Finish Coat: Intercryl 520.
C.
VOC Limits: Less than 100 g/l:
1.
Epoxy/Epoxy System.
a.
Primer: InterH2O 499.
b.
Finish Coat: InterH2O 735.
2.
Epoxy System.
a.
Primer and Finish Coat: Interseal 1100.
PART 3 EXECUTION
 
3.1
EXAMINATION
A.
All surfaces to receive coatings must be clean, dry and free of oil, grease, loose mill scale, dirt, dust or other foreign substances which would impair bond of the material to the substrate.
B.
Where necessary, cleaning or other corrections of the surfaces to receive coatings are the responsibility of the installer of the incompatible substrate.
C.
Do not commence application of coatings until the contractor, applicator and inspector have examined the surfaces to receive Work in this section, and determined that the surfaces are acceptable to receive the specified materials. Commencement of application is acceptance of substrate.
D.
Verify that substrate and workspace temperature and humidity conditions are in accordance with requirements of this section.
3.2
PREPARATION
A.
Provide masking, drop cloths or other suitable coverings to prevent overspray onto surfaces not intended to be affected by Work in this section.
B.
Clean substrate free of dust, dirt, grease or other foreign substances that would impair the bond of the coating. When required, clean substrate in accordance with SSPC SP1 Solvent Cleaning Standard.
C.
Clean steel substrate per the manufactures instructions
1.
Shop applied coating systems to achieve min 2-3 mil blast profile.
a.
Commercial Blast Cleaning in accordance with SSPC SP-6.
b.
Near White Blast Cleaning in accordance with SSPC SP10.
2.
Field applied coating systems
a.
Hand Tool Cleaning in accordance with SSPC SP2
b.
Power Tool Cleaning in accordance with SSPC SP 3
c.
Power Tool Cleaning in accordance with SSPC SP- 11.
D.
Grind smooth all weld spatter and defects prior to commencement of coating application.
3.3
APPLICATION
A.
Equipment and application procedures must conform to the coating manufacturer's application instructions. Apply material at the required dry film thickness.
B.
Apply approved primer to properly cleaned substrate in accordance with manufacturer's application instructions. Provide primer cut back areas a minimum three (3) inches (76mm) from bolted connections and minimum twelve (12) inches (305mm) from welded connections.
C.
Primer applied off site must be in accordance with the provisions of Section 01 52 19.
D.
Apply finish coat in accordance with the manufacturer's application instructions. Final color, gloss and finish will be determined and approved by the Architect.
3.4
CLEAN UP AND REPAIR
A.
Upon completion of installation, all excess material, overspray and debris must be cleared and removed from the job site.
3.5
PROTECTION
A.
Protect installed products until completion of project.
B.
Touch-up, repair or replace damaged products before Substantial Completion.
END OF SECTION