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Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Limited

G3AU Project

Specification for Painting


TEIPL Work No.: 6341

Project Doc. No.:


ED-M-C00-CPL-SPC-000-0001

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Date: 18-July-16

Revision History
Rev.0:

First Issue

Rev.1:

Revision in Painting System No. A04, B03, A05 & B05, A21 & B21
Revision in Final coat colors (Attachment-3)

Rev.2:

Revision in para 4,
Revision in Painting System No. A04, B03, A05 & B05 (Attachment-2)
Revision in Final coat colors (Attachment-3)

Rev.3:

Revised in para 4 as per CFCL comments


Revisied in Painting System No. A05 &B05 (Attachment-2) as per CFCL comments

Rev.4:

Revised in para 4 as per CFCL comments

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CONTENTS

General

1.1

Scope

1.2

Code and Standards

1.3

Definition

Extent of Surface to be Painted

2.1

Surface to be painted

2.2

Surface not to be painted

Extent of Shop painting

3.1

Split of Works between Shop and Field

3.2

Shop Painting

Painting Scheme

Execution of Painting Work

5.1

Surface Preparation

5.2

Execution of Painting Work

Field Safety and Hygiene

Field Storage and Control of paint materials

7.1

Storage

7.2

Quality control and Stored Pain materials

Inspection

8.1

In-process Inspection

8.2

Inspection of Surface Preparation

8.3

Inspection of Paint Film

Transportation

Attachment-1: Appreciation of Painting Systems


Attachment-2: Detail of painting system
Attachment-3: Final coat colors

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1 General
1.1 Scope
1.1.1 This Engineering Specification covers the requirements for the painting including surface preparation,
paint materials, procedure and inspection, of all equipment, piping, steel structure for the plant
constructed by TEIPL for G3AU project. Internal coating and linings are not covered in this Engineering
Specification.
1.1.2 This Engineering Specification shall be applied to Vendors shop painting by Vendor of equipment and
machinery and field painting by Construction Contractor. Field painting includes painting at Contractors
Shop.
1.1.3 This Engineering Specification shall not apply to the following painting works.
(a) Painting to be carried out based on manufacturers specification
(b) Repainting
(c) Painting of temporary installations
(d) Painting using methods other than general methods such as brushing and spraying
(e) Painting intended solely for coloring or marking
(f) Coating and Lining
(g) Painting of building except steel structure

1.2 Code and Standards


1.2.1 The applicable codes and standards referenced in this Engineering Specification shall be as follows.
(1)

Steel structure Painting Council (SSPC)

(2)

Swedish Standards Institution (SIS)

(3)

International Organization for Standardization (ISO)

1.2.2 If there is any conflict between the requirements of above mentioned codes and standards and this
Engineering Specification, the requirements of this Engineering Specification shall be prevail. All conflict
shall be referred to TEIPL for clarification before proceeding with this work.
1.3 Definition
(1) G3AU
(2) CFCL
(3) TEIPL

:
:
:

Project Name, CFCL Gadepan No.3 Ammonia/Urea Project


Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals Limited,
Toyo Engineering India Pvt. Ltd.

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Specification for Painting


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2. Extent of surface to be painted


2.1 Surfaces to be painted
The extent of painting shall be as follows:
(1) Exposed surface of:
(a) Structure Steel
(b) Equipment
(c) Steel piping and pipe supports
(d) Ladders, handrails, platforms, stairways, etc.
(e) Instrument and electrical panel boards
(f) Valve, relief valves
(2) Surface of rotating machinery and the like, expect for rotating and sliding contact surfaces.
(3) External surface of equipment, storage tanks, piping etc. to be covered with cold insulation materials.
(4) All other surface, requiring rust and corrosion protection paint.
2.2 Surface not to be painted
The extent basically not requiring painting shall be as follows:
(1) External surfaces of field fabricated equipment, storage tanks, piping, etc. to be covered with hot insulation
materials.
(2) Internal surfaces of pipes, equipment, etc. and internal surfaces of closed steel structures which do not require
chemical, acid and alkali resistance.
(3) Surfaces of steel structures to be fire-proofed with concrete or mortar covering
(4) Surfaces of steel structures embedded or in contact with concrete or mortar.
(5) Interior wall surfaces of furnaces, boilers, etc., heating tubes and portions with heat resistant treatment.
(6) Materials with high resistance to corrosion, such as stainless steel and weathering steel.
(7) Galvanized steel materials, except touch-up for damaged parts such as cut or welded part.
Note:
a) Organic zinc rich paint shall be applied for touch-up and surfaces to be touched-up shall be clean, dry
and free of oil, grease preexisting pain, and corrosion by products.
b) The part on which white rust appears does not need to be touched-up because white rust does not affect
corrosion resistance.
(8) Friction surfaces to be connected with high tensile strength bolts unless inorganic Zinc rich paint is applied.
(9) Part of entire surfaces of items not to be painted, in order to maintain function of plant facilities.
3. Extent of Vendors shop painting
3.1 Spilt of Works between Vendors Shop and Field
For equipment, piping and steel structure, the split of painting work between Vendors Shop and Field is indicated
in Attachment-1Application of Painting Systems attached hereto.
3.2 Shop painting
3.2.1 The following items shall be completely painted in Vendors shop.
(a)
Instrument and electrical panel boards
(b)
Pumps, motors, compressors, machinery, skid mounted shop assembled units, oil consoles, etc.
(c)
Sprinkler heads
(d)
Instruments, gauge
(e)
Relief valves, Valves
(f)
Push buttons, light switches, light fixtures
3.2.2 Painting materials to be used shall be obtained only from reliable and established manufactures. All paint
materials to be used for shop painting shall be subject to TEIPLs prior written consent. Vendor shall
inform of the name of paint brand and its manufacture.
Vender shall prove that the paint brand is selected according to the painting systems listed in Attachment-1,
Attachement-2 and Attachment-3 attached hereto and possesses equal or superior quality, when TEIPL so
requests. If the brand name is specified by TEIPL in order to unify the painting system of the Plant, the

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Vendor shall conform to the TEIPLs instruction even after the purchase order of equipments and
materials.
3.2.3 Manufacturer Painting Standard shall be compatible with this Specification requirement related to
Primer, intermediate & finish coat and confirming total Dry Film Thickness.
Lead or chromium containing paints, coal-tar epoxy paints, coal-tar urethane paints and chlorinated rubber
paints shall not be used because of hazards to health and environment.
4. Painting scheme
4.1.1 Painting systems are listed in attachment -1Application of Painting systems and the details of them are
shown in Attachment-2Detail of Painting Systems attached hereto.
4.1.2 In case painting systems in Attachmen-1 and Attachment-2 are not applicable due to requirement of
durable years or special environment such as salt water immersion, chemical exposure, chemical immersion,
etc. Vendors specification or practice may be applicable subject to TEIPLs prior written consent.
4.1.3 Final coat colors are listed in Attachment-3Final Coat Colors. The Final color shall be determined by
RAL/ Munsell No. and tinting shall be according to sample of colors.
4.1.4 Painting materials shall be selected in accordance with 3.2.2.
4.1.5 The intermediate paint and the finish paint preferable should be of same shade /color inorder to get proper
hiding of finish paint.
4.1.6 While selecting the Paint System, along with operating temperature, short term condition must be
considered , e.g.flare header & its branch , operating temperature is generallay normal and short term
condition is generally varies up to 400OC for short duration based on ammonia plant start-up & shutdown.
5. Execution of painting work
5.1 Surface Preparation
5.1.1 Treatment prior to surface preparation
The following work shall be carried out prior to surface preparation.
(1) Remove slag, flux and spatter adhered to weld area and steel surface.
(2) Where substances such as grease and machine oil are found on the surface, remove them with cleaning
solvent, steam or other appropriate methods.
(3) Remove excessive rust and dirt using appropriate methods.
5.1.2 Execution of surface preparation work
(1) Surface preparation shall be carried out by appropriate methods that will ensure the required grade of finish.
Procedure and degree of surface preparation are shown in Table-1Classification of Steel Surface
Preparation.

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Table-1 Classification of Steel Surface Preparation


Method of Classification Procedure and Degree of Steel Surface Finish
Reference Standard
Cleaning
SIS/ISO
SSPC
Blast
Near-White
Very thorough blast cleaning, Mill scale, rust and Sa2 1/2
SP10
Blast
foreign matter shall be removed to the extent that the
Cleaning
only traces remaining are slight stains in the form of
spots or stripes. Finally, the surface is cleaned with a
vacuum cleaner, clean dry compressed air or a clean
brush.
Commercial
Thorough blast cleaning, Almost all mill scales, rust and Sa2
SP6
Blast
foreign matter shall be removed. Finally, the surface is
Cleaning
clean with a vacuum cleaner, clean dry compressed air
or a clean brush. It shall then be grayish in color.
Brush-Off
Thorough blast cleaning. Tightly adherent mill scale, Sa1
SP7
Blast
rust and coating may remain on the surface. Finally, the
Cleaning
surface is cleaned with a vacuum cleaner, clean dry
compressed air or a clean brush.
Power
Power Tool Very thorough scraping and wire-brushing-machine St3
SP3
Tool
Cleaning
brushing-grinding-etc. Surface preparation as for St2,
but much more thoroughly. After removal of dust, the
surface shall have a pronounced metallic sheen.
Power Tool Complete removal of all rust, scale and paint by power SP11
Cleaning to tools, with resultant surface profile.
Bare Metal
Hand Tool Hand Tool Hand tool cleaning is a method of preparing steel St2
SP2
Cleaning
surface by the use of non-power hand tools. Hand tool
cleaning removes all loosed mill scale, loose rust loose
paint, and other loose detrimental foreign matter. It is
not intended that adherent mill scale, rust and paint be
removed by this process. Mill scale, rust and paint are
considered adherent if they cannot be removed by lining
with a dull putty knife.
Solvent
Solvent
Solvent cleaning is a method for removing all visible SP1
Cleaning
oil, grease, soil, drawing and cutting compounds and
other soluble contaminants from steel surfaces. It is
intended that solvent cleaning be used prior to the
application of paint and in conjunction with surface
preparation methods specified for the removal of rust,
mill scale or paint.
Pickling
Pickling
Complete removal of rust and mill scale by acid SP8
pickling, duplex pickling or electrolytic pickling.
SIS: Swedish standard Institution SIS 05-5900-1998.3 rd Revision
ISO: Internal Organization for Standardization ISO 8501-1
SSPC: Steel Structures Painting Council Steel Structures Painting Manual Vol2, Chapter 2-2000,8th Edition

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(2) Restrictions concerning surface preparation and protective measures:


(a) In case of rain or bad weather, surface preparation shall not be carried out outdoors.
(b) When the surface to be prepared is wet, preparation shall not be carried out.
(c ) When the relative humidity is 85% or higher, surface preparation shall not, in principle, be carried out.
(d) When surface preparation is carried out during the night or in dark locations (Inside of tanks, etc.), use
lighting equipment by means of which the extent of rust removal from the surface can be seen.
(e) When blast cleaning is to be carried out at the job site, appropriate protective measures shall be taken to
ensure prevention of adverse effect of dust on adjacent work or environmental pollution in the
surrounding area.
5.1.3 Treatment after surface preparation
After the completion of surface preparation, the following confirmation and work shall be carried out and the
subsequent painting shall also be started promptly.
(1) When rusting occurs after completion of surface preparation and before painting, carry out surface
preparation again using appropriate methods.
(2) The painting surface shall be fully cleaned of mill scale, rust and other dust accumulated on the surface due
to the surface preparation work.
(3) The painting surfaces (cleaning of which has also been completed) shall be kept clean in such a way as to
prevent the adherence of grease, oil, dust and other detrimental matters until the painting work is started.
5.2 Execution of Painting Work
5.2.1 Protection
Contractor shall fully protect all equipment, piping, walls, floors and other surfaces from damage and
contamination, and shall provide the necessary protection required to fully protect all surfaces from dust, paint
droppings, paint mist, other contaminants during the execution of painting work. Especially, the particular care
must be exercised to protect all stainless steel surfaces from zinc paint.
5.2.1.1 For items having dual material of construction, coating containing zinc shall not overlap on to SS or high
alloy metals, including the SS to CS weld, Examples of such application include:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.

CS saddles and skirts on SS equipment


SS piping with CS skirts
SS nozzles, flange, and piping on clad equipment
Miscellaneous CS clips and brackets on SS equipment
SS components in CS piping and equipment
CS trunnions on piping and equipment
CS flanged rings on SS lapped joint flanges.

5.2.1.2 CS lap joint flanges shall be coated prior to assembly.


5.2.2 Mixing of paint materials
(1) Paint materials shall be thoroughly stirred before use.
(2) For multi-liquid type paint materials, the specified mixing ratio and pot life shall be observed.
5.2.3 Application
(1) Painting tools suitable for the properties of the paint materials shall be used according to manufacturers
recommendation and studying work location, environment, shape of the items to be painted and condition of
surface to be painted.
(2) Each coat shall be painted in the order of the specified type of paint. In this case, for the coating of each film,
observe the interval between coats and film thickness specified according to the properties and performance
of the paint materials.
(3) Where each coat is applied successively, such continuous painting work shall be carried out after the lapse of
specified drying time and drying of previous film has been confirmed.

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5.2.4 Restrictions concerning painting


Unless special measures are taken, painting shall not be carried out under the following conditions:
(1) When the painting surfaces are moist or likely to become moist due to rain, snow, dew or frost.
(2) When the temperature during painting is 5 or lower and is not suitable for drying and hardening of paint
materials.
(3) When the relative humidity is 85% or more.
(4) When the temperature of painting surfaces is high and defects such as air bubbles may occur in the paint
film.
(5) When a strong wind is blowing and foreign matters such as sand may adhere to the paint film.
6. Field Safety and Hygiene
Safety and hygiene in connection with the painting work shall be controlled sufficiently. Special care shall be taken with
regard to the following matters:
(1) When surfaces are to be prepared by blast cleaning or the use of power tools, use protectors such as goggles, as
necessary
(2) When painting work is to be carried out using organic solvent in an almost airtight environment, provide appropriate
ventilating and lighting equipment. Additionally, wear appropriate protectors such as gas masks.
(3) Monitor the use of fire around the work location and remove any fire deemed to be unsafe.
7. Field Storage and Control of Paint Materials
7.1 Storage
(1) As a rule, paint materials shall be stored in a well-ventilated room.
(2) When paint materials is stored outdoors, it shall be protected using sheets or other appropriate measures, in order to
prevent damage to containers or changes in the quality of the paint materials.
(3) For storage areas, provide prescribed protective measure and signs. Paint materials exceeding the prescribed amount
shall not be stored.
(4) When paint materials are temporarily stored in the working area, the amount equivalent to one days use or less
shall be stored. Paint materials shall be protected from rain, etc., using sheets
7.2 Quality Control of Stored Paint materials
(1) All paint materials and thinner shall be stored in such a way that the manufacturers labels can be readily identified.
(2) Stocks of paint materials shall be controlled so that they can be used within their effective period of use.
(3) Care shall be taken with storing and handling to avoid breakage or marked deformation of containers.
8. Inspection
8.1 In-process Inspection
The painting work shall be subject to the In-process Inspection which needs the inspection by qualified paint inspector
in the full course of work steps.
8.2 Inspection of Surface Preparation
The prepared surfaces shall be compared with the standard photographs of SIS, ISO or SSPC. Where the prepared
surfaces are deemed to be equivalent to those indicated in the above standard photographs, they shall be deemed
acceptable.
8.3 Inspection of Paint Film
8.3.1 Appearance
Paint film shall be visually checked with regard to the following:
-Unfinished surface, drips, wrinkles, blistering, peeling, cracking, crawling, discoloring, stains, pinholes,
and spray dust
Where there are no marked defects in appearance, the paint film shall be deemed acceptable.

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8.3.2 Paint film thickness


(1) Measurement
(a) Film thickness shall be measured with appropriate instruments.
(b) As a rule, film thickness shall be measured at Vendors shop or field for the total dry film thickness.
(2) Number of measurements and measured values:
(a) The number and position of measurements shall be determined with due consideration given to the
size and shape of items to be painted.
(b)Measurements shall be carried out three times at each measuring point. The average of three
measurements shall be taken as the measured value for the item concerned.
(3) Rating of measured value
When the measured values satisfy the following requirements, they shall be deemed acceptable:
(a) Average of measured film thickness: 90% or more of prescribed film thickness.
(b) Minimum of measured film thickness; 70% or more of the prescribed film thickness.
9. Transportation
(1) Painted products shall not be moved or transported until the required curing period has elapsed.
(2) Painted products shall be handled, moved or transported in such a manner as will not damage the paint film. To this end,
appropriate protective measures shall be taken.

Attachment-1 "Application of painting Systems"

Item

Equipment
-Vessel,Heat Exchanger,Filter,Silencer
etc.

Fabrication
Condition

Cr.No.

1a

Exposed
Condition

Not Insulated
Vendor Shop

1b
1c

Insulated(Hot)
Insulated(Cold)
Not Insulated

1d
Vendor Shop
1e
Tank and Stack

1f

Insulated(Hot)
Insulated(Cold)
Not Insulated

1g
Field
1h
1i
Furnace
-Casting,Door,Duct,Stack,etc.

1j

Furnace
-Steel Framing,Platform,Ladder,Handrail

1k

Machinery
-Pump,Compressor,Machinery,etc.

1m

Equipment Column, Equipment Saddle,Platform and Ladders

1n

Insulated(Hot)
Insulated(Cold)

Vendor Shop

2a

Vendor Shop
Field
Vendor Shop
Field

Piping Support
Steel Structure

5a

Miscellaneous Ungalvanized Metal

6a
6b

Note:

Vendor Shop

Prime(3)

Intermediate

Final

S
S
S
S
S
S
F
F
F
-

S
S
S
S
S
S
F
F
F
-

T=<80

B03

SSPC-SP10

80<T=<250
250<T=<600

B21
B22

SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10

S
S

S
S

S
S

S
S

T=<80

B03

SSPC-SP10

Insulated(Hot)
Insulated(Cold)
-

S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
F
F
F
F
F

S
-

S
-

S
S
S
S
S
F
F
F
-

S
S
S
S
S
S
F
F
F
-

Electrical Equipment, Instrument Equipment and Panel


4a Board
Fire and Safety Equipment
(Hydrant monitor, etc.)

Prime(2)

S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
F
F
F
F

Not Insulated

2i
2j
3a
3b

Prime(1)

S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
F
F
F
F

S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
F
F
F
F
F

Insulated(Cold)

Field

Surface
Preparation

SSPC-SP10

2c

Vendor Shop

SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10

SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10

Insulated(Hot)

Valve, Trap and other Standard Piping components 2h

B03
B21
B22
B31
B32
B33
B03
B21
B22
B31
B32
B33
A04
A21
A22
A33

B03

Field

Undergroud Piping

T=<80
80<T=<250
250<T=<600
T=<120
120<T=<400
T=<80
80<T=<250
250<T=<600
T=<120
120<T=<400
T=<80
80<T=<250
250<T=<600
-

Split of Work

B21
B22
B05
B03
B21
B22
B31
B32
B33
A04
A21
A22
A33
(Wrapping)

2b

2e
2f
2g

Minumum
Surface
Preparation

T=<80

Not Insulated

2d

Painting
System No.

80<T=<250
250<T=<600
T=<80
80<T=<250
250<T=<600
T=<120
120<T=<400
T=<80
80<T=<250
250<T=<600
-

Vendor Shop
Aboveground Piping

Operating
TemperatureT
(

Field

Split of Work S: Vendor at Vendor Shop, F:Contractor at Site

By Manufacturer's By Manufacturer's
Standard
Standard

B03
A04
B05
A05

SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10

By Manufacturer's By Manufacturer's
Standard
Standard

B03
A04

SSPC-SP10
SSPC-SP10

S
F
S
F

S
F
S
F

S
F

S
F

S
F
-

S
F
S
F

S
F

S
F

S
F

S
F

Attachment-2 Detail of Painting System"


Painting System No. A04
Applicable Operation Temperature T(T80
Place of Application

Activity

Field

Step No.

Spc or Paint Material

Dry film Thickness


(m/coat)

Consumption
(q/m2)

Dry Time
(at20

Brush

Spray

Min.

Max.

Surface
Preparation

SSPC-SP10

Prime Coat

Epoxy HB Zinc Phosphate


Primer

75

500

24h

10d

Intemediate
Coat

Epoxy Based Paint

70

500

24h

10d

Final Coat

Epoxy Based Paint

70

500

24h

(Top Coat) (2)

Touch Up Painting

Nos
of Coat

Surface
Preparation

Coat

(Designated Color)
SSPC-SP3
Damaged and Welded
areas)
Same as Step 2 to Step 4

Note: (1) Following Items should be shield/protected during surface preparation/painting. After operations shileding to be removed.
-Name Plates
-Pressure guage, flow indicator glasses
-Valve stems
-Packing glands & Seals
-Rotary equip. coupling & Shafts
-Vents
-Rubber and plastic parts
(2)

Remarks : M : months

d : days

Deleted

h : hours

1/7

Attachment-2 Detail of Painting System"


Painting System No. B03
Applicable Operation Temperature T(T80
Place of Application

Activity

Vendor's Shop

Continued at Vendor's
Shop or Field

Step No.

Consumption
(q/m2)

Dry Time
(at20

Brush

Spray

Min.

Max.

SSPC-SP10

Prime Coat

Epoxy HB Zinc Phosphate


Primer

75

500

24h

10d

Intemediate
Coat

Epoxy Based Paint

70

500

24h

10d

Final Coat

Epoxy Based Paint

70

500

24h

Surface
Preparation

Coat

(Designated Color)
SSPC-SP3
Damaged and Welded
areas)
Same as Step 2 to Step 4

Note:(2)

Remarks : M : months

Dry film Thickness


(m/coat)

Surface
Preparation

(Top Coat) (2)

Touch Up Painting

Spc or Paint Material

Nos
of Coat

d : days

Deleted

h : hours

2/7

Attachment-2 Detail of Painting System"


Painting System No. A05&B05
Applicable Operation Temperature T(T80
Place of Application

Activity

Step No. Spc or Paint Material

Surface
Preparation

A05:Field
B05:Vendor's Shop

Remarks : M : months

Prime Coat

Prime Coat

Prime Coat

Final Coat

Touch Up Painting

Surface
Preparation

Coat

2'

d : days

Nos
of Coat

SSPC-SP10
Inorganic HB Zinc
Silicate Primer
Epoxy HB Zinc
Phospahe Primer
Epoxy HB Zinc
Phospahe Primer
Polymaide cured
epoxy paint
(Designated Color)
SSPC-SP3
Damaged and
Welded areas)
Same as Step 2 to
Step 5

h : hours

3/7

Dry film
Thickness
(m/coat)

Consumption
(q/m2)

Dry Time
(at20

Brush

Spray

Min.

Max.

65

500

48h

12M

40

500

24h

10d

40

500

24h

10d

100

500

24h

Attachment-2 Detail of Painting System"


Painting System No. A21&B21
Applicable Operation Temperature T(80<T250
Place of Application

A21:Field
B21:Vendor's Shop

A21:Field
B21:Continued at
Vendor's
Shop or Field

Activity

Nos
of Coat

Dry film Thickness


(m/coat)

Consumption
(q/m2)

Dry Time
(at20

Brush

Spray

Min.

Max.

Surface
Preparation

SSPC-SP10

Prime Coat

Inorganic HB Zinc
Silicate Primer

75

500

48h

12M

Heat Resistant
Silicone Alumiuim
Paint(Designate Color)

20

100

120

10h

7d

Heat Resistant
Silicone Alumiuim
Paint(Designate Color)

20

100

120

10h

SSPC-SP3
Damaged and
Welded areas)

2'

Silicone Zinc Primer

25

200

250

16h

3'

Silicone Zinc Primer

25

200

250

16h

Intemediate
Coat

Final Coat

Surface
Preparation
Touch Up Painting

Step No. Spc or Paint Material

Prime Coat

Same as Step 3 to
Step 4
Note: Following Itmes should be shield/protected during surface preparation/painting. After operations shileding to be removed.
-Name Plates
-Pressure guage, flow indicator glasses
-Valve stems
-Packing glands & Seals
-Rotary equip. coupling & Shafts
-Vents
-Rubber and plastic parts
Coat

4'

4/7

Attachment-2 Detail of Painting System"


Painting System No. A22&B22
Applicable Operation Temperature T(250<T600
Place of Application

A22:Field
B22:Vendor's Shop

A22:Field
B22:Continued at
Vendor's
Shop or Field

Activity

Nos
of Coat

Dry film Thickness


(m/coat)

Consumption
(q/m2)

Dry Time
(at20

Brush

Spray

Min.

Max.

Surface
Preparation

SSPC-SP10

Prime Coat

Inorganic HB Zinc
Silicate Primer

75

500

48h

12M

Heat Resistant
Silicone Alumiuim
Paint(Designate Color)

20

100

120

10h

7d

Heat Resistant
Silicone Alumiuim
Paint(Designate Color)

20

100

120

10h

SSPC-SP3
Damaged and
Welded areas)

2'

Silicone Zinc Primer

25

200

250

16h

3'

Silicone Zinc Primer

25

200

250

16h

Intemediate
Coat

Final Coat

Surface
Preparation
Touch Up Painting

Step No. Spc or Paint Material

Prime Coat

Same as Step 3 to
Step 4
Note: Following Itmes should be shield/protected during surface preparation/painting. After operations shileding to be removed.
-Name Plates
-Pressure guage, flow indicator glasses
-Valve stems
-Packing glands & Seals
-Rotary equip. coupling & Shafts
-Vents
-Rubber and plastic parts
Coat

4'

5/7

Attachment-2 Detail of Painting System"


Painting System No. B31
Applicable Operation Temperature T(T120(Cover with Hot Insulation)
Place of Application

Vendor's Shop

Touch Up Painting

Activity

Step No. Spc or Paint Material

Surface
Preparation

Prime Coat

Surface
Preparation

Coat

Nos
of Coat

SSPC-SP10
Epoxy HB Zinc
Phosphate Primer
SSPC-SP3
Damaged and
Welded areas)
Same as Step 2

Dry film Thickness


(m/coat)

Consumption
(q/m2)

Dry Time
(at20

Brush

Spray

Min.

Max.

75

500

48h

Painting System No. B32


Applicable Operation Temperature T(120<T400(Cover with Hot Insulation)
Place of Application

A32:Field
B32:Vendor's Shop

Activity

Step No. Spc or Paint Material

Surface
Preparation

Prime Coat

Surface
Preparation

Touch Up Painting

Nos
of Coat

SSPC-SP10
Inorganic HB Zinc
Silicate Primer
SSPC-SP3
Damaged and
Welded areas)

Dry film Thickness


(m/coat)

Consumption
(q/m2)

Dry Time
(at20

Brush

Spray

Min.

Max.

75

500

48h

12M

2'

Silicone Zinc Primer

25

200

250

16h

3'

Silicone Zinc Primer

25

200

250

16h

Prime Coat

6/7

Attachment-2 Detail of Painting System"


Painting System No. A33&B33
Applicable Operation Temperature T(Covered with Cold Insulation
Place of Application

A33:Field
B33:Vendor's Shop

Activity

Step No. Spc or Paint Material

Surface
Preparation

Prime Coat

Surface
Preparation

Touch Up Painting

Nos
of Coat

SSPC-SP10
Inorganic HB Zinc
Silicate Primer
SSPC-SP3
Damaged and
Welded areas)

Dry film Thickness


(m/coat)

Consumption
(q/m2)

Dry Time
(at20

Brush

Spray

Min.

Max.

75

500

48h

12M

2'

Silicone Zinc Primer

25

200

250

16h

3'

Silicone Zinc Primer

25

200

250

16h

Prime Coat
Note: Following Itmes should be shield/protected during surface preparation/painting. After operations shileding to be removed.
-Name Plates
-Pressure guage, flow indicator glasses
-Valve stems
-Packing glands & Seals
-Rotary equip. coupling & Shafts
-Vents
-Rubber and plastic parts

7/7

Page No. 1 o 4
Attachment -3 Final Coat Colors
SR
.NO

SERVICE

GROUND
COLOUR

FIRST BAND
COLOUR

SECOND BAND
COLOUR

Caustic Soda (50%)

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Orange(RAL2004)

Milk of lime

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Violet(RAL4008)

98% H2SO4

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

Gaseous B.D.with CO2 FG3

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

Chlorine Gas

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Black(RAL8022)

Oily Waste Water

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Violet(RAL4008)

Gaseous B.D.with Ammonia

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Signal
Yellow(RAL1003)(RAL1003)

Light Orange(RAL2008)

Cooling Tower Blowdown-I

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

Cooling Tower Blowdown-II

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Black(RAL8022)

10

Sand Filters Backwash

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

11

Side Stream Filters-I

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

Violet(RAL4008)

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)(

Flame Red(RAL3000)

Side Stream Filters-II


12
(neutral waste water)
13

Diesel oil

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

14

Clarifier Slurry

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Light Grey(RAL7035)

15

Treated waste water

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

Black(RAL8022)

16

Nitrogen gas

Signal Yellow(RAL1003) French Blue(RAL5019)

17

Service Air

Sky Blue(RAL5015)

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

18

Boiler Blow Down

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

White(RAL9003)

19

Turbine Condensate

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Light Orange(RAL2008)

20

L P Steam Condensate

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

White(RAL9003)

21

Natural gas Condensate

Signal Signal
Yellow(RAL1003)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

22

Urea dust solution

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Page No. 2 o 4
Attachment -3 Final Coat Colors
SR
.NO

GROUND
COLOUR

SERVICE

FIRST BAND
COLOUR

SECOND BAND
COLOUR

23

Stripped Process CondensateSea Green(RAL6027)


I

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Black(RAL8022)

24

Untreated Condensate

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Violet(RAL4008)

25

Hydrolysed Process Cond.II

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

26

Untreated Condensate

Sea Green(RAL6027)

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Light Orange(RAL2008)

27

Polished Water

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Sky Blue(RAL5015)

28

Instrument Air

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

29

Non Hydrolysed Process


condensate

Light Grey(RAL7035)

White(RAL9003)

Light Grey(RAL7035)

French Blue(RAL5019)

Non Hydrolysed Process


30
Condensate
31

Raw Water

Sea Green(RAL6027)

French Blue(RAL5019)

White(RAL9003)

32

Cooling water I

Sea Green(RAL6027)

French Blue(RAL5019)

Violet(RAL4008)

33

Cooling water II

Sea Green(RAL6027)

French Blue(RAL5019)

Black(RAL8022)

34

Service Water

Sea Green(RAL6027)

French Blue(RAL5019)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

35

Filtered Water

Sea Green(RAL6027)

French Blue(RAL5019)

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

36

Low Pressure Steam

Light Grey(RAL7035)

White(RAL9003)

37

Drinking water

French Blue(RAL5019)

38

Chlorine Soln.

Light Brown(RAL8004)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

Light Brown(RAL8004)

French Blue(RAL5019)

Acidic waste water from DM


39
water unit/C.W. unit
40

LAB Sewer

Light Brown(RAL8004)

White(RAL9003)

41

Liquid Ammonia

Violet(RAL4008)

42

Medium Pressure Steam


Production

Light Grey(RAL7035)

French Blue(RAL5019)

43

Medium Pressure Steam


Distribution

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Black(RAL8022)

Page No. 3 o 4
Attachment -3 Final Coat Colors
SR
.NO

SERVICE

GROUND
COLOUR

FIRST BAND
COLOUR

SECOND BAND
COLOUR

44

Medium Pressure Condensate Sea Green(RAL6027)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

45

Compressed Air

Sky Blue(RAL5015)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

46

Natural Gas

Signal Yellow(RAL1003) Light Brown(RAL8004)

47

Medium Pressure Steam

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Orange(RAL2004)

48

High Pressure Steam

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Flame Red(RAL3000)

49

Fire Water header, /Lines,


monitor, hydrants, hose reel
Flame Red (RAL3000)
box, Nozzle, Valve fittings etc.

49

Steel Structures of all kinds

Light Grey(RAL7035)

50

Platforms, stairs, walkways

Black(RAL8022)

51

Handrailing, ladders & Ladder


Flame Red(RAL3000)
cage

52

EQUIPMENT - VESSELS, HEAT


EXCHANGER, FILTER,
SILENCER,STACK

53

Site Fabricated Tank - External Traffic White (RAL9016)

54

Machinery (Pump
Compressor, Blower)

Light Grey(RAL7035)

55

Instrument Panel

As per manufacturer
standards

56

Control Valve- Fail Opening


Driving Unit only

Flame Red (RAL3000)

57

Control Valve- Fail Close


Driving Unit only

Grass Green (RAL6010)

58

Control Valve- Others part


such as main body and
accessories

As per manufacturer
standards

59

Instrument & Transmitter

As per manufacturer
standards

60

Electric Motor (Including motor


Light Grey (RAL 7035)
for compressor , package unit)

61

Electrical Generator

Light Grey (RAL 7035)

62

Electrical Switch Gear /


MCC/VFD/Panel

Light Grey (RAL 7035)

63

Electrical Transformer

Light Grey (RAL 7035)

64

Electrical Other items

As per manufacturer
standards

White Aluminum for


Indoor and Outdoor
(RAL9006)

Black(RAL8022)
-

Page No. 4 o 4
Attachment -3 Final Coat Colors
SR
.NO

SERVICE

GROUND
COLOUR

65

Instrument / DCS/-Control and As per manufacturer


Instrument Panel/Console
standards

66

Instrument Other items

67

As per manufacturer
standards

Valve

Aluminum (RAL9006)

Safety Valve

Aluminum (RAL9006)

Safety Shower

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

Diaphragm Valve

Black(RAL8022)

Piping

68

Reformer / Heater Structure

Light Grey(RAL7035)

69

Reformer / Heater Casing

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Outer
Casing

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Trough
Sheet

Grey White (RAL9002)

Structure

Light Grey(RAL7035)

Arm

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

70

71

Boiler

Loading Arm

72

Loading lifting equipment and


mono rails

Signal Yellow(RAL1003)

73

Vendor Package / Unit /


Heater and any other items
are not specified in this table

As per manufacturer
standards

FIRST BAND
COLOUR

SECOND BAND
COLOUR