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1.0 GENERAL
Painting is the most commonly used application for corrosion prevention both for external
corrosion as well as internal corrosion.
HPCL, Mumbai Refinery has a customized painting specification for all its equipment, piping and
structural. This painting specification is periodically reviewed by Inspection Division of the
Refinery to take care of the latest developments and requirements.
As part of the periodical review of the specification, a study was conducted during Jul-Aug,
2011 to review the existing practices vis--vis current industrial practices and to study the
available products with reputed painting manufacturers for more effectiveness and durability of
the painting systems used in the Refinery.
Based on the study findings, a detailed presentation was made in the Refinery weekly PRM
meeting dated 11/08/2011 prior to formal revision of the existing specification.
Basis the study results and the discussions during the presentation in PRM, the following
revised painting specification is being released for implementation at HPCL, Mumbai Refinery.

2.0 SCOPE
This specification is applicable only on metallic surfaces within HPCL, Mumbai Refinery.
Scope of work covered in this specification shall include, but not limited to the following:
1. Surface preparation
2. Selection and application of painting on:
A) Equipment
B) Piping
C) Steel structures
D) Storage Tanks
E) High temperature surfaces (Furnace Casings, Stacks, etc.)
The following surfaces and materials shall not be painted unless otherwise specified by
Inspection through specific recommendation:

Un-insulated Austenitic Stainless Steel


Plastic or coated materials
Non-ferrous materials like Aluminum, galvanized surfaces, etc.
Civil structures
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3.0 CODES AND STANDARDS


This specification is prepared basis the following standards. However, the Inspector may
consult other codes and standards, if required.
1) SURFACE PREPARATION STANDARDS
A) Swedish Standards: SIS-05 5900-1967 / ISO-8501-1-1988
B) Steel Structures Painting Council (SSPC)
C) NACE Standards
2) IS 2379:1990: Indian Standard for Pipeline identification and Color Code
3) EIL Std. 6-44-004, Rev. 2
4) The Contractor shall arrange, at his own cost, to keep a set of the latest edition of all the
reference Standards and Codes at work site.
5) The Paint Manufacturers instructions shall be followed as far as practicable at all times.
Particular attention shall be paid to the following:
a) Instructions for storage (shelf life)
b) Surface preparation prior to painting
c) Mixing and thinning
d) Application of paints and recommended limit on time intervals between coats

4.0 APPLICATION RESTRICTIONS


For all cases, manufacturer guidelines shall be followed. Following restrictions are given as
recommended practices:
1)
2)
3)

4)

5)
6)

Coating application shall not be permitted during fog, mist or rain.


Coating application shall not be permitted when the relative humidity is 85% or
above, unless specifically approved by the appropriate coating manufacturer.
Coating application shall not be permitted when the Steel surface temperature
and/or ambient temperature is below 10C (50F) or the allowable temperature
recommended by the coating Manufacturer.
Coating application shall not be permitted when the Steel surface temperature
and/or ambient temperature is above 50C (120F) or the allowable temperature
recommended by the coating Manufacturer.
Coating application shall not be permitted when the Steel surface temperature is
less than 3C (5F) above the dew point.
Humidity and dew point readings shall be taken with a sling Psychrometric meterand
calculated using Psychrometric tables. Readings shall be taken prior to

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coatingoperations commencing and at least every 4 hours while coating application


is ongoing.
Coatings shall not be applied before the surface has been inspected and the
preparatory work approved.
All sharp projections shall be ground to minimum 2 mm radius and a thick stripe
coat shall be applied at sharp edges.

7)
8)

5.0 APPLICATION PROCEDURES


A. SURFACE PREPARATION
1)

2)

In order to achieve the maximum durability, one or more of following methods of


surface preparation shall be followed, depending on condition of steel surface and as
instructed by Inspection Engineer-in-charge. Adhesion of the paint film to surface
depends largely on the degree of cleanliness of the metal surface. Proper surface
preparation contributes more to the success of the paint protective system:
a.

Manual or Hand tool cleaning

b.

Mechanical or Power tool cleaning

c.

Blast cleaning

Mill scale, rust, rust scale and foreign matter shall be removed fully to ensure that a
clean and duty and dry surface is obtained. The minimum acceptable standard in case
of manual or hand tool cleaning shall be St.2 or equivalent, in case of mechanical or
power tool cleaning it shall be St.3 or equivalent, in case of blast cleaning it shall be
Sa2 or equivalent as per Swedish Standard SIS-055900-1967 / ISO-8501-1-1988.
Where highly corrosive conditions exist, and then blast cleaning shall be Sa3 as per
Swedish Standard.
Remove all other contaminants, oil, grease etc. by use of an aromatic solvent prior to
surface cleaning.

3)

Blast cleaning shall not be performed where dust can contaminate surfaces undergoing
such cleaning or during humid weather conditions having humidity exceeding 85%.

4)

Irrespective of the method of surface preparation, the first coat of primer must be
applied on dry surface. This should be done immediately and in any case within 4 hours
of cleaning of surface. However, at times of unfavorable weather conditions, the
Engineer-in-charge shall have the liberty to control the time period, at his sole discretion
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and/or to insist on re-cleaning, as may be required, before primer application is taken


up. In general, during unfavorable weather conditions, blasting and painting shall be
avoided as far as practicable.
5)

Mechanical or Power tool cleaning: Power tool cleaning shall be done by mechanical
striking tools, chipping hammers, grinding wheels or rotating steel wire-brushes.
Excessive burnish of surface shall be avoided as it can reduce paint adhesion. On
completion of cleaning, the detached rust mill scale etc. shall be removed by clean rags
and/or washed by water or steam and thoroughly dried with compressed air jet before
application of paint.

6)

Manual or Hand tool cleaning: Manual or hand tool cleaning is used only where safety
problems limit the application of other surface preparation procedure and hence does
not appear in the specifications of paint systems.
Hand tool cleaning normally consists of the following:
a. Hand descaling and/or hammering
b. Hand scraping
c. Hand wire brushing

6)

Water cleaning: Water blasting shouldbe used for surface preparation method where
water is available in sufficient quantity. The water used shall be inhibited with Sodium
chromate/phosphate.

7)

Water mopping: Fresh water mopping (maximum chloride content 50 ppm) shall be
carried out on Salt Water spray areas, before application of primer, to remove the salts
deposited on metal surface. Mopping can be repeated before application of other
coats to remove salts deposited on previous coats, if such deposits are suspected.

B. COATING APPLICATION
1)

Surface shall not be coated in rain, wind or in environment where injurious airborne
elements exists, when the Steel surface temperature is less than 5oF above dew point,
when the relative humidity is greater than 85% or when the temperature is below 40oF.

2)

Blast cleaned surface shall be coated with one complete application of primer as soon as
practicable but in no case later than 4 hourson the same day.

3)

To the maximum extent practicable, each coat of material shall be applied as a


continuous film uniform thickness free of probes. Any spots or areas missed in
application shall be recoated and permitted to dry before the next coat is applied.
Applied paint should have the desired wet film thickness.
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4)

Each coat shall be in proper state of cure or dryness before the application of
succeeding coat. Material shall be considered dry for recoating when an additional coat
can be applied without the development of any detrimental film irregularities, such as
lifting or loss of adhesion of the under coat. Manufacturers instruction shall be followed
for inter-coat interval.

5)

When the successive coat of the same color have been specified, alternate coat shall be
tinted, when practical, sufficiently to produce enough contrast to indicate complete
coverage of the surface. The tinting material shall be compatible with the material and
not detrimental to its service life.

7)

Airless spray application shall be in accordance with the following procedure: As per
Steel structure Paint Manual Vol.1 & Vol.2 by SSPC, USA, Airless spray relies on hydraulic
pressure rather than air atomization to produce the desired spray. An Air Compressor
or Electric Motor is used to operate a Pump to produce pressure of 1,000 to 6,000 psi.
Paint is delivered to the Spray Gun at this pressure through a single hose within the Gun,
a single paint stream is divided into separate streams, which are forced through a small
orifice resulting in atomization of paint without the use of air. This results in more rapid
coverage with less overspray. Airless spray usually is faster, cleaner, more economical
and easier to use than conventional air spray.

8)

Guidelines for painting Color Bands: Color Bands shall be applied at following locations:
a. At battery limit points
b. Intersection points and change of direction points in piping ways
c. Other points such as midway of each piping way, near valves, junction points of
service appliances, walls, and on either side of Pipe Culverts
d. For long stretch/yard piping at 50 meters interval
e. At start and terminating points
f. Flow directions shall be indicated by an Arrow in the flow direction. Colors of Arrows
shall be Black or White and in contract to the color on which they are superimposed.
g. Size of Arrows or minimum width of Color band shall be as follows:
Nominal Pipe Size
3 NB and below
Above 3 NB up to 6 NB
Above 8 NB up to 12 OD

Width of Band
25 mm
50 mm
75 mm
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Above 12 OD

100 mm

C. INSPECTION AND TESTING


1)

Painting material shall be procured from HPCL approved Manufacturers as given below:

Asian Paints Ltd.


Berger Paints Ltd.
GoodlassNerolac Paints Ltd.
Jenson & Nicholson Paints Ltd. / Chugoku J&N Paints Ltd.
Shalimar Paints Ltd.
Sigma Paints Ltd.
CDC Carboline Ltd.
Bombay Paints (Now Growel India)
Coromandel Paints and Chemicals Ltd.
Sigma Coatings, USA
Akzo Nobel Paints

Additional Manufacturers may be approved by a written procedure and subsequent


testing.
2)

All paint materials shall be accompanied by Manufacturer Test Certificate. All Zinc based
paints shall have minimum 85% 5% of metallic Zinc by weight of total solids on dry
film. Glass flake Epoxies shall have minimum 20% ofGlass flake pigments in dry film by
weight of total pigments.

3)

Inspection Engineer at his discretion may test paint formulations, if required.

4)

Minimum suggested stages of inspection shall be:


A. Surface preparation
B. Primer application
C. Each coat of paint

5)

All defects noticed during stages of inspection, shall be rectified free of cost by the
Contractor. All related records shall be kept by the Contractor.

6)

Wet film thickness shall be checked to ensure application of extra coat during wet stage.

7)

Dry film thickness shall be taken on each coat after drying and curing of the coat.

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8)

DFT Meter used shall be calibrated before each inspection and shall be witnessed by the
Inspector. It is the duty of the Inspector to satisfy himself with the performance of the
DFT Meter.

6.0 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS


During the study conducted during July-Aug, 2011, the existing technical specifications were
found to be in line with industry practices.

A) PAINTING SYSTEMS, USING Cu-SLAG BLASTING TO Sa 2 (min. profile 50


microns) AS SURFACE PREPARATION
SYSTEM 1:FOR EXTERNAL SURFACE OF VESSEL, PIPING, AND ALL STRUCTURAL UP TO 90 0C
PAINT TYPE

NO. OF COATS

APPLICATION

~DFT IN MICRONS

INORGANIC ZINC SILICATE (PRIMER)

ONE

AIRLESS SPRAY

75

HIGH-BUILD TWO-PACK POLYAMIDE CURED EPOXY


(MID COAT)

TWO

BRUSH/ROLLER

120 x 2 = 240

ALIPHATIC ACRYLIC MODIFIED (ISOCYNATE CURED)


RECOTABLE TWO-PACK POLYURETHANE (FINISH COAT)

ONE

BRUSH/ROLLER

50

TOTAL

4 COATS

365

SYSTEM 2:FORFURNACE CASINGPLATES/HIGH TEMPERATURE BARE SURFACES OF CS/AS


VESSEL/ EQUIPMENT, etc. FOR SERVICE TEMPERATURE FROM 90oC TO 350oC
PAINT TYPE
INORGANIC ZINC SILICATE (PRIMER)
HEAT RESISTANT SILICONE
(capable of withstanding 4000C)

ALUMINIUM

TOTAL

NO. OF COATS

APPLICATION

~DFT IN MICRONS

ONE

AIRLESS SPRAY

75

THREE

AIR or AIRLESS
SPRAY

3 x 30 = 90

4 COATS

165

SYSTEM 3: FOR FURNACE STACKS


PAINT TYPE
INORGANIC ZINC SILICATE (PRIMER)

NO. OF COATS

APPLICATION

~DFT IN MICRONS

ONE

AIRLESS SPRAY

75

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HEAT RESISTANT STACK BLACK


(capable of resisting 200oC)

THREE

TOTAL

BRUSH/ROLLER

4 COATS

40 x 3 = 120

195

SYSTEM 4: FOR CARBON STEEL MATERIAL FACING SALT WATER SPRAY (UP TO 100oC)
PAINT TYPE

NO. OF COATS

APPLICATION

~DFT IN MICRONS

INORGANIC ZINC SILICATE (PRIMER)

ONE

AIRLESS SPRAY

60

TWO-COMPONENT HIGH-BUILD/SOLVENT FREE


GLASS FLAKE EPOXY

TWO

AIRLESS SPRAY

200 x 2 =400

ALIPHATIC ACRYLIC MODIFIED (ISOCYNATE


CURED) HIGH SOLIDS WEATHER RESISTANT
RECOATABLE
TWO-PACK
POLYURETHANE
(FINISH COAT)

TWO

BRUSH/ROLLER

50 x 2 =100

TOTAL

5 COATS

560

Note: Salt water spray areas will requirefresh water blasting or fresh water mopping prior
to paint application or subsequent coat application to remove salts deposited on the
surface as per 5.A.7. This system shall be applied for surfaces up to 100oC. Beyond
this temperature, surface shall be insulated.
SYSTEM 5: FOR PAINTING OF STAINLESS STEEL SURFACES/BARE SS VESSEL/EQUIPMENT
SURFACE
TEMPERATURE

SURFACE
PREPARATION

PAINTING SYSTEM

~DFT IN MICRONS

BELOW 0oC TO ALL


MINUS TEMPERATURE

A) ALUMINIUM SHEETING WITH ALUMINIUM FOIL, AND


B) CHLORIDE FREE MINERAL SEALANT CONTAINING BARIUM CHROMATE SHALL BE
APPLIED.

0 TO 120oC

SSPC-SP-10 (15-25

3 COATS OF F-15

250

3 COAT OF F-12 @ 20 DFT/COAT

60

SURFACE PROFILE)
121 TO 500oC

SSPC-SP-10

(F-12 Heat resistant Si-Al paint & F-15 Phenolic Epoxy coating)
SYSTEM 6: FOR NEWLY FABRICATED HOT LINES/VESSEL & EQUIPMENT SURFACES WHICH
ARE TO BE INSULATED AND HAVING SURFACE TEMPERATURES UP TO 150oC
PAINT TYPE
HIGH-BUILD AMINE ADDUCT CURED PHENOLIC EPOXY

NO. OF COATS
TWO

APPLICATION
AIRLESS

DFT IN MICRONS
250

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CAPABLE OF WITHSTANDING CONTINUOUS SERVICE


TEMPERTURE OF 150oC; SOME SUGGESTED PRODUCTS:
1) SIGMA PHENGUARD (SIGMA PAINTS)
2) INTERTHERM 228 (AKZO NOBEL)
3) PENTADUR EPOXY HB 5540 (BOMBAY PAINTS)
TOTAL

SPRAY

2 COATS

250

SYSTEM 7: FOR PAINTING OF EXTERNAL SURFACE OF TANKS


NO. OF COATS

APPLICATION

DFT IN MICRONS

INORGANIC ZINC SILICATE (PRIMER)

ONE

Airless Spray

1 X 65 = 65

HIGH-BUILD TWO-PACK POLYAMIDE CURED EPOXY


(MID COAT)

TWO

Airless Spray

2 X 100 = 200

ONE

Airless Spray

1 X 50 = 50

PAINT TYPE

Note: A thin layer of mist coat (approx. 30 to 40


microns) to be sprayed first on top of zinc silicate
primer and then subsequent coats to be applied to
achieve overall DFT.
ALIPHATIC ACRYLIC MODIFIED (ISOCYNATE CURED)
HIGH SOLIDS WEATHER RESISTANT RECOATABLE
TWO-PACK POLYURETHANE (FINISH COAT)
TOTAL DFT

4 COATS

315

SYSTEM 8: FOR PAINTING OF TANK INTERNAL,i.e.Shell, Roof underside, Roof Trusses& Supports,
Bottom, etc.) below 80oC
PAINT TYPE
ZINC RICH EPOXY (PRIMER)
HIGH-BUILD AMINE CURED EPOXY (FINSIH COAT)
TOTAL DFT

NO. OF COATS
ONE

APPLICATION
Airless Spray

~DFT IN MICRONS
1 x 50 = 50

THREE

Airless Spray

3 x 80 = 240

4 COATS

290

SYSTEM 9: FOR PAINTING OF SWPH-JETTY STRUCTURE(This is a proprietary paint by AKZO


NOBEL)
Specification

Number of
Application
Thickness
Coats
Method
(DFT in )
Surface preparation: Abrasive Blast (with Cu-Slag) cleaning, to SA 2 of Swedish Standard, with a minimum
Surface profile of 40
Primer Coat: Interzone 954

ONE

Airless or Air
Spray

1 x 400 = 400

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TOTAL

1 COAT

400

SYSTEM 10:PAINTING OF BANDS AND DADOS(Refer 5.B.8.g for Band sizes)


PAINT TYPE

NO. OF COATS

APPLICATION

DFT IN MICRONS

BAND: SYNTHETIC ENAMEL BASED PAINT

TWO

BRUSH/ROLLER

50

DADOS: TWO-PACK POLYAMIDE & EPOXY


RESIN BASED COAL TAR EPOXY BLACK
(FINISH COAT) MINIMUM WIDTH/HEIGHT
30

ONE

BRUSH/ROLLER

100

B) PAINTING SYSTEMS USING MANUAL CLEANING TO St2 OR POWER TOOL


CLEANING TO St3 AS SURFACE PREPARATION
SYSTEM 11:FOR EXTERNAL SURFACE OF VESSEL, PIPING, AND ALL STRUCTURAL UP TO 90oC
PAINT TYPE

COATS

APPLICATION

TWO-PACK SURFACE TOLERANT EPOXY PIGMENTED


WITH ALUMINIUM (PRIMER)

ONE

BRUSH/ROLLER

100

HIGH-BUILD TWO-PACK POLYAMIDE CURED EPOXY (MID


COAT)

TWO

BRUSH/ROLLER

125 x 2 =250

ALIPHATIC ACRYLIC MODIFIED (ISOCYNATE CURED)


RECOTABLE TWO-PACK POLYURETHANE (FINISH COAT)

ONE

BRUSH/ROLLER

50

TOTAL DFT

4 COATS

~DFT IN
MICRONS

400

SYSTEM 12:FOR GI SURFACES (EXCLUDING GALVANISED THICKNESS)


PAINT TYPE

COATS

APPLICATION

~DFT IN
MICRONS

WASH ETCH PRIMER

ONE

BRUSH/ROLLER

08

TWO-PACK RED OXIDE ZINC PHOSPHATE EPOXY (MID


COAT)

ONE

BRUSH/ROLLER

50

ALIPHATIC ACRYLIC MODIFIED (ISOCYNATE CURED)


RECOTABLE TWO PACK POLYURETHANE (FINISH COAT)

TWO

BRUSH/ROLLER

50 x 2

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TOTAL

4 COATS

158

SYSTEM 13:FOR CSCHEQUERED PLATES/WALKWAYS/RUNGS OF MONKEY LADDER, etc. AND


AREAS WHICH ARE SUBJECTED TO FOOT TRAFFIC
PAINT TYPE

COATS

APPLICATION

TWO-PACK SURFACE TOLERANT EPOXY PIGMENTED


WITH ALUMINIUM (PRIMER)

ONE

BRUSH/ROLLER

100

HIGH-BUILD TWO-PACK POLYAMIDE CURED EPOXY (MID


COAT)

TWO

BRUSH/ROLLER

120 x 2 =240

TWO-PACK POLYAMIDE & EPOXY RESIN BASED COAL


TAR EPOXY BLACK (FINISH COAT)

ONE

BRUSH/ROLLER

100

TOTAL DFT

4 COATS

~DFT IN
MICRONS

440

SYSTEM 14:FOR PAINTING ON ALUMINUM/GI INSULATION CLADDING SHEET


PAINT TYPE

COATS

APPLICATION

Wash Etch Primer

ONE

Brush/Roller

Oil base Aluminum pigmented paint

ONE

Brush/Roller

20

TOTAL DFT

2 COATS

~DFT IN
MICRONS

28

5.0 COLOR CODES


A. PIPELINE & STATIONARY EQUIPMENT:
SL. No.

SERVICE

COLOUR CODE (PU)

1.

LPG; PROPANE

WHITE

2.

BH GAS; REFINERY GAS

WHITE

3.

NAPTHA; ATF; KERO

DARK GREY

4.

COOLING WATER (SEA)

NEW JADE GREEN

5.

FRESH WATER; RCW; BCW

SKY BLUE

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6.

FIRE WATER

PORED

7.

AIR

WHITE (PU) + WILD LILAC BAND

8.

OTHER HYDROCARBON

SMOKE GREY

9.

ACID GAS; SOUR GAS

GOLDEN YELLOW

10.

CAUSTIC; CHEMICAL

GOLDEN YELLOW

11.

BLOWDOWN LINE

GOLDEN YELLOW

12.

NITROGEN

DARK GREY

13.

HYDROGEN

WHITE

14.

NMP

GOLDEN YELLOW

B. OTHER EQUIPMENT:
SL. No.

SERVICE

NEW COLOUR CODE (PU)

1.

SAFETY VALVE

YELLOW

2.

COMPRESSORS

BUS GREEN (Dark Green)

3.

PUMPS AND MOTORS

BUS GREEN (Dark Green)

4.

TURBINES & HIGH TEMP PUMPS

HEAT RESISTANT ALUMINIUM

5.

STRUCTURES (GENERAL)

SMOKE GREY

6.

LADDER STEPS, GRATINGS, CHEQ. BLACK


PLATES AND FOOR TRAFFIC AREA

7.

HAND RAILING/CAGE

ORANGE

8.

CONCRETE FOUNDATION &


FIREPROOFED STRUCTURE

GREY (Cement Paint)

9.

EMERGENCY LIGHT FITTINGS

PORED

10.

FLUE GAS STACK

ALUMINIUM /Aluminizing (on


special recommendation by MI)

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Note: If any service or equipment class is not mentioned in the above list, then the color code
will be decided by the Inspector in consultation with Field Operations.

6.0 MONITORING OF PAINTING CONDITION


After completion of painting (fresh paint system or recoated painting system), Inspection
Engineer shall review the plant/equipment periodically and release a Paint Assessment
Report. Frequency of release of Reports shall be decided by the Inspection Engineer
depending upon the job scope. However, it should not exceed six months.
Common types of defects that shall be repaired during paint maintenance are:

Mechanical damage
Welding damage
Scaffolding erection damage
Peel off
Blistering
Wrinkle marks
Adhesion failure
Discoloration
Edge separation
Edge fracture
Weathering

Any other damage considered serious for performance of the paint system by the
Inspector shall be considered.
Partial or complete removal and repair of damaged section shall be done in consultation
with the Manufacturer.

7.0 FREQUENCY OF PAINTING SYSTEM


Following painting system frequency shall be followed:
3 years: For surfaces painted by blasting as surface preparation 3 years guarantee.
2 years: For surfaces painted by manual cleaning as surface preparation 2 years
guarantee.
Within the guarantee period, for any failure/damage of painting system, Paint
Applicator/Manufacturer should carry out repair painting of paint damage area free of
cost.
Final decision for complete or partial repainting shall be taken by Inspection
Engineer.Maintenance shall be ready to take up the required painting work at short
notice.
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8.0 PROPERTIES OF PAINTS


Following are the general properties of paints that shall be mentioned in Test Certificates
or shall be confirmed by enquiring with Manufacturer.
SL. No.

TYPE OF PAINT

InorganicZinc Silicate

HPCL SPECIFICATIONS

Brand name of the Manufacturer


DFT (Microns)/coat = As per Manufacturer
o

Continuous service temperature ( C) = 400


Min % of metallic Zinc in dry film by weight = 80 5 %
Purity of Zinc: 94% (minimum); Zinc particle size: 10 microns
Volume solids = 60% (minimum)
Based on inorganic or Ethyl silicate media

Zinc rich Epoxy

Brand name of the Manufacturer


DFT (Microns)/coat = As per Manufacturer
Continuous service temperature (oC) = 0 80
Min % of metallic Zn in dry film by weight = 85+/- 5 %
Purity of Zinc: 94% (minimum); Zinc particle size: 5 microns
Volume solids = 40% (minimum)
Polyamide cured 2-pack Epoxy

Self-priming Epoxy

Brand name of the Manufacturer


DFT (Microns)/coat = As per Manufacturer
o

Continuous service temperature ( C) = 0 80


Volume solids = 72% (minimum)
It shall be surface tolerant

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It shall be 2-pack Epoxy, pigmented with Al

4.

Two-pack Epoxy(Highbuild)

Brand name of the Manufacturer


DFT(Microns)/coat = As per Manufacturer
Continuous service temperature (oC) = 0 80
Volume solids = 62% (minimum)
It shall be Polyamide cured 2-pack Epoxy.

5.

AliphaticAcrylic
modified (Isocynate)
curedTwo-pack
Polyurethane finish

Brand name of the Manufacturer


DFT (Microns)/coat M As per manufacturer
o

Continuous service temperature ( C) = 0 80


Volume solids = 40% (minimum)
It shall be a 2-pack PU
It should be re-coatable.

6.

Heat resistant Al paint


(Acrylic/Silicone based)

Brand name of the Manufacturer


DFT (Microns)/coat = As per manufacturer
Service temperature (oC) = 0 to required resistant surface
temperature
Volume solids = 30% (minimum)
Temperature curing should not be required.

7.

Coal Tar Epoxy

Brand name of the Manufacturer


DFT (Microns)/coat = As per Manufacturer
o

Continuous service temperature ( C) = 0 80


It shall be a 2-pack Epoxy with 1st pack consisting of Epoxy Resin
nd
and suitable pigments and 2 pack consisting of Polyamide
curing agent

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% of Epoxy Resin by weight in mixed Resin Coal Tar blend shall be


between 35- 45%
Volume solids = 65% (minimum)

8.

High-build Amine cured


Epoxy

Brand name of the Manufacturer


DFT (Microns)/coat = As per Manufacturer
o

Continuous service temperature ( C) = 0 80


Volume solids (minimum) = 62%
It shall be a 2-pack high solids Polyamine cured Epoxy.

9.

HB Amine Adduct cured


Phenolic Epoxy

Brand name of the Manufacturer


It should be a high-build highly cross-linked Amine Adduct cured
Phenolic Epoxy coating.
DFT (Microns)/coat = As per Manufacturer
Volume solids = 66% (minimum)
Continuous service temperature (oC) = 0 150

12

High-build Glass flake


Epoxy

Brand name of the Manufacturer


It shall be a 2-component high solid Glass flake filled Epoxy
coating.
DFT (Microns)/coat = As per Manufacturer
Volume solids = 90% (minimum)
Continuous service temperature (oC) = 0 120

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