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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION PMA-XT-SP0013


APPROVED PROTECTIVE COATING SYSTEMS

Revision Date
Revised
Description/Comment Signatures
Originator Checked Approved
0 04-Feb-09 Approved for Use C. Hanna B. Boucher H. Joubert
1 03-Aug-10 System 22 Added C. Hanna
2 22-Aug-11 Systems 16-21 Updated C. Hanna B. Hanna H. Joubert





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TABLE OF CONTENTS
QUICK SELECTION CHART .......................................................................................................................................3
1 SYSTEM 01 .......................................................................................................................................................4
2 SYSTEM 02 .......................................................................................................................................................6
3 SYSTEM 03 .......................................................................................................................................................8
4 SYSTEM 04 .....................................................................................................................................................10
5 SYSTEM 05 .....................................................................................................................................................12
6 SYSTEM 06 .....................................................................................................................................................14
7 SYSTEM 07 .....................................................................................................................................................16
8 SYSTEM 08 .....................................................................................................................................................18
9 SYSTEM 09 .....................................................................................................................................................20
10 SYSTEM 10 .................................................................................................................................................22
11 SYSTEM 11 .................................................................................................................................................24
12 SYSTEM 12 .................................................................................................................................................26
13 SYSTEM 13 .................................................................................................................................................28
14 SYSTEM 14 .................................................................................................................................................30
15 SYSTEM 15 .................................................................................................................................................32
16 SYSTEM 16 .................................................................................................................................................34
17 SYSTEM 17 .................................................................................................................................................36
18 SYSTEM 18 .................................................................................................................................................38
19 SYSTEM 19 .................................................................................................................................................40
20 SYSTEM 20 .................................................................................................................................................42
21 SYSTEM 21 .................................................................................................................................................44
22 SYSTEM 22 .................................................................................................................................................46


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Quick Selection Chart
For service conditions other than listed contact corrosion engineer or technologist

Protective System Number 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22
Application

Equipment Exposed to Liquids or Slurries
Tank Internals Potable/Process Water X
Tanks and Thickeners Internals - Slurry X
Submerged Equipment - Slurry X X
Tanks and Thickeners External Surfaces X
Equipment in Wet Areas Mild Acid/ Alkaline X X
Hyperbaric filter vessel Internals - Slurry X
Mineral Processing Plant Launder Internals - Slurry X
MP Plant Launder Internals (Small Dia.) - Slurry X
Mineral Processing Plant Tank Internals - Slurry X
IsaMill Shell Liner - Primer X
Piping Coating Systems
Steel Piping External Surfaces X
Structural Steelwork Coating Systems
Structural Steel for Abrasive Service X
Structural steel in Wet Areas Mild Acid/Alkaline X
General Structural Steel (With Friction Grip Joints) X
General Structural Steel X
Handrails X
Mineral Processing Plant Structural SteelWet Plants X
General Equipment Coating Systems
General Equipment X
High Temperature Service Coating Systems
General Structural Steel & Equipment X
Coating Under Lagging X
Concrete and Masonry Coating Systems
Protective Coating of Masonary/Concrete X
Masonry/Concrete in Oily Environments X
Masonry/Concrete in Acidic Environments X
Galvanised Steel Coating Systems
Protection of Galvanised Steel in Acid Environments X
Protection of Galvanised Steel X X

Other Coatings
Sprayed Polyurethane Lining X
Hot Cast Polyurethane Lining X
Painting of Stainless Steel X
Non Flammable, Low Volatile Organic Compound X

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1 SYSTEM 01
1.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 10 and 20 years, in an atmospheric environment.
To be used as an internal lining for potable/process water tanks.
1.2 Type of System
A two-component, solvent free, heavy-duty epoxy coating.
1.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 3 (equivalent to NACE No.1; SSPC-SP 5).
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 45-65 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
1.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
For sharp, pitted, dimpled or rough surfaces, e.g. welds or plate edges, apply initial brushed stripe coat.
1.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing
Apply with airless spray only.
1.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 01
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
1.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Carry out holiday detection as per AS 3894.
Measure and record prime coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
1.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.


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1.9 SYSTEM 01 - Approved Products
Prime coat
International (Akzo Nobel) Interline 982 DFT = 25-45 m
Wattyl Sigma EP universal primer DFT = 25-45 m
Orica (Dulux) N/A N/A
Jotun Jotaprime 505 DFT = 25-45 m

Top coat
International (Akzo Nobel) Interline 925 DFT = 400 m
Wattyl Sigmaguard CSF 75 DFT = 400 m
Orica (Dulux) Durabild STP DFT = 400 m
Jotun Jotacote 412 DFT = 400 m

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2 SYSTEM 02
2.1 System Designation
A Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 10 and 20 years in an atmospheric environment.
To be used as an external coating for equipment to be submerged in liquids, or slurries.
2.2 Type of System
A two component, high solids, modified epoxy barrier coat designed to provide abrasive resistance and give
long term protection in a single coat application.
This system is compatible with sacrificial and impressed current cathodic protection systems.
Thickness of coating to be specified depending on application.
2.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 45-65 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
2.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
For sharp, pitted, dimpled or rough surfaces, e.g. welds or plate edges, apply initial brushed stripe coat.
2.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
2.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 02
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
2.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Carry out holiday detection as per AS 3894.
Measure and record prime coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
2.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.

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2.9 SYSTEM 02 - Approved Products
Holding primer:
International (Akzo Nobel) Intergard 982 DFT = 25-45m
Wattyl Sigma EP universal primer DFT = 25-45 m
Orica (Dulux) Luxapoxy 66 DFT = 25-45 m
Jotun Not Recommended N/A

Ultra high-build catalysed epoxy (Thickness to be as specified in the contract as it depends on desired service)
International (Akzo Nobel) Intertuff 485 DFT = 1000 to 3000m
Wattyl Sigmacover TCP compound DFT = 1000 to 3000m
Orica (Dulux) Luxapoxy UHB DFT = 1000 to 3000m
Jotun Jotacote UHB DFT = 1000 to 3000m


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3 System 03
3.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 10 and 20 years in an atmospheric environment.
To be used as an internal lining for thickeners and slurry tanks.
3.2 Type of System
A two component, high solids, modified epoxy barrier coat designed to give long-term protection, for
thickeners or slurry tanks internal surfaces, in a single coat application.
This system is compatible with sacrificial and impressed current cathodic protection systems.
3.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 45-65 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
3.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
For sharp, pitted, dimpled or rough surfaces, e.g. welds or plate edges, apply initial brushed stripe coat.
3.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
3.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 03.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
3.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Carry out holiday detection as per AS 3894.
Measure and record prime coat, Intermediate coats and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
3.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.


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3.9 SYSTEM 03 - Approved Products
Holding primer: Prime coat is only to be used when conditions dictate e.g. to hold blast
International (Akzo Nobel) Intergard 982 DFT = 25-45m
Wattyl Sigma EP universal primer DFT = 25-45 m
Orica (Dulux) N/A N/A
Jotun Penguard Special DFT = 25-45 m

Two component, low volatile organic compound, high solids modified epoxy barrier coat.
International (Akzo Nobel) Interzone 954 DFT = 600 m (2 @ 300)
Wattyl Sigmaguard EHB DFT = 600 m (2 @ 300)
Orica (Dulux) Durabild STE DFT = 600 m (2 @ 300)
Jotun Jotazone DFT = 600 m (2 @ 300)

Catalysed Acrylic Topcoat
International (Akzo Nobel) Interfine 629 DFT = 1 x 60 m
Orica (Dulux) Acrathane DFT = 1 x 60 m
Wattyl Paracryl IFC DFT = 1 x 60 m
Jotun Jotacote 371T DFT = 1 x 60 m

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4 SYSTEM 04
4.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 5 and 10 years in an atmospheric environment.
To be used as a general coating repair system, for repairs to surfaces that cannot be adequately prepared.
4.2 Type of System
Two pack surface tolerant epoxy mastic coating general repair system.
The service life is heavily dependant on the quality of substrate preparation.
4.3 Surface Preparation
If surface has been repaired, or modified, remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its
fabrication specifications. All sharp edges must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 8; SSPC-SP 14), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile. This requirement may be varied by specific contract specification as a clean-up coating.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 45-65 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
4.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
For sharp, pitted, dimpled or rough surfaces, e.g. welds or plate edges, apply initial brushed stripe coat.
4.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Do not apply when the temperature of the surface being coated is below 13C.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing
Minimum of 250 m to be applied when used to coat badly pitted steel.
4.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 04.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
4.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
When used for encapsulation, measure and record average DFT to establish required final DFT readings.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
4.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.

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4.9 SYSTEM 04 - Approved Products
Two pack epoxy mastic self priming
International (Akzo Nobel) Interseal 670 DFT = 150 m
Orica (Dulux) Durabild STE DFT = 150 m
Wattyl Epinamal Mastic STC DFT = 150 m
Jotun Jotacote 605 fast Cure DFT = 150 m

Catalysed Acrylic Topcoat
International (Akzo Nobel) Interfine 629 DFT = 1 x 60 m
Orica (Dulux) Acrathane DFT = 1 x 60 m
Wattyl Paracryl IFC DFT = 1 x 60 m
Jotun Jotacote 371T DFT = 1 x 60 m

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5 SYSTEM 05
5.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 10 and 20 years in an atmospheric environment.
General purpose coating system for use on outdoor steel in usual industrial/mining environments.
5.2 Type of System
Two pack, low volatile organic compound, high solids modified epoxy coating and catalysed acrylic top coat
where high gloss is desirable.
5.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
When painting over galvanised steel, prepare surface by abrasive sweep blasting according to Appendix D of
AS 1627.4, Sa 1 (equivalent to NACE No 4; SSPC-SP 7).
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 45-65 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
5.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
5.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
5.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 05.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
5.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Carry out holiday detection, as per AS 3894, when specified.
Measure and record prime coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
5.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.


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5.9 SYSTEM 05 - Approved Products
Two component, low volatile organic compound, high solids modified epoxy coat.
International (Akzo Nobel) Interzone 954 DFT = 2 x 200 m
Orica (Dulux) Durabild STE DFT = 2 x 200 m
Wattyl Sigmaguard EHB DFT = 2 x 200 m
Jotun Jotazone DFT = 2 x 200 m

Catalysed Acrylic Topcoat
International (Akzo Nobel) Interfine 629 DFT = 1 x 60 m
Orica (Dulux) Acrathane DFT = 1 x 60 m
Wattyl Paracryl IFC DFT = 1 x 60 m
Jotun Jotacote 371T DFT = 1 x 60 m


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6 SYSTEM 06
6.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 10 year and 20 years in an atmospheric environment.
For use on new handrails for general purpose industrial/mining applications.
6.2 Type of System
Two pack epoxy zinc phosphate primer with intermediate coat of high build epoxy and topcoat of catalysed
acrylic.
For galvanised substrate; delete prime coat; prepare with compatible etch primer or brush blast .
6.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 45-60 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
6.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
6.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
6.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 06.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
6.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Measure and record prime coat, Intermediate coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
6.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.


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6.9 SYSTEM 06 - Approved Products
Two pack epoxy primer contains non toxic zinc phosphate pigments
International (Akzo Nobel) Intergard 251 DFT = 75 m
Orica (Dulux) Durepon P14 Primer DFT = 75 m
Wattyl Sigmacover CM ZP DFT = 75 m
Jotun Jotaspeed ZP DFT = 75 m

High build high solids two pack epoxy intermediate coat
International (Akzo Nobel) Intergard 475 DFT = 125 m
Orica (Dulux) Duramax GPE DFT = 125 m
Wattyl Sigmacover CM DFT = 125 m
Jotun Jotacote 605 DFT = 125 m

Catalysed acrylic top coat
International (Akzo Nobel) Interfine 629 DFT = 60 m
Orica (Dulux) Acrathane DFT = 60 m
Wattyl Paracryl IFC DFT = 60 m
Jotun Jotacote 371 Isofree DFT = 60 m

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7 SYSTEM 07
7.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 10 and 20 years (possibly 20 years +)
For use as general structural steel coating. For Friction grip joints, only primer is required.
7.2 Type of System
Water based/non moisture curing high ratio inorganic zinc silicate primer and high build epoxy top coat
7.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 45-75 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
7.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
Friction grip contact areas are to be coated with the inorganic zinc silicate primer only. .
7.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Significant humidity is required to cure prime coat.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
Do not allow build up to cause mud cracking.
7.6 Touch Up
Prepare damaged surface and repair using epoxy primer, as per SYSTEM 07. The prime coat cannot be
recoated with inorganic zinc silicate primer. Do not use epoxy primer on friction grip contact areas.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH
7.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Measure and record prime coat, Intermediate coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
7.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.

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7.9 SYSTEM 07 - Approved Products
Water based /non moisture curing high ratio inorganic zinc silicate
International (Akzo
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Interzinc 225 DFT = 75 m
Orica (Dulux) Zincanode 304 DFT = 75 m
Wattyl HRZ 700 DFT = 75 m
Jotun Jotaprime 5 DFT = 75 m

High build epoxy/epoxy mastic
International (Akzo
Nobel)
Interseal 670 DFT = 150 m
Orica (Dulux) Duramax GPE DFT = 150 m
Wattyl Epinamel HSE 707 DFT = 150 m
Jotun Jotacote 605 Fast Cure DFT = 150 m

Epoxy prime coat repair
International (Akzo
Nobel)
Interzinc 315 DFT = 75 m
Orica (Dulux) Zincanode 402 DFT = 75 m
Wattyl Galvit EP 100 DFT = 75 m
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8 SYSTEM 08
8.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 5 and 10 years.
For use on structural steel and equipment exposed to high temperatures (up to 600
o
C)
8.2 Type of System
A two-component water based alkali inorganic zinc silicate primer (non flammable) and a single component
temperature resistant top coat.
8.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 45-60 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
8.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
Apply mist coat before the application of topcoat.
8.5 Limitations
Do not allow build up to cause mud cracking.
8.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 08.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
8.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Measure and record prime coat and total coat DFT.
Final DFT must not exceed specified DFT by more than 20%.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications
8.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
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8.9 SYSTEM 08 - Approved Products
Inorganic zinc rich ethyl silicate primer
International (Akzo
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Interzinc 225 DFT = 50 m
Orica (Dulux) Zincanode 304 DFT = 50 m
Wattyl Galvit HRZ 700 DFT = 50 m
Jotun Jotaprime 15 DFT = 75 m

High temperature silicone acrylic
International (Akzo
Nobel)
Intertherm 875 for temperatures to 260C DFT = 40 m
Akzo Nobel
(International)
Intertherm 50 for temperatures to 540C DFT = 40 m
Orica (Dulux) Hi temp 600 DFT = 30 m
Wattyl Heatcote Aluminium DFT = 2*20
m
Jotun Solvalitt up to 600C Jotacote 710 up to
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9 SYSTEM 09
9.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 1 and 10 years in an atmospheric environment (depending on
quality of substrate preparation and micro environment).
Coating is non-flammable, when mixed, and has an extremely low solvent content to meet all current and
proposed volatile organic compound legislation.
9.2 Type of System
Two component, water based, epoxy.
9.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile. If this is not possible, the substrate must be prepared as well as possible, keeping in mind that
service life is dependent on substrate condition.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
9.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
9.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Significant humidity is required to cure prime coat.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
9.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 09.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
9.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Carry out holiday detection, as per AS 3894, when specified.
Measure and record prime coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
9.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
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9.9 SYSTEM 09 - Approved Products
Two pack water based epoxy
International (Akzo Nobel) Intergard 765 DFT = 120 (2X60 m)
Orica (Dulux) Enviropoxy WBE DFT = 120 (2X60 m)
Wattyl N/A N/A
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10 SYSTEM 10
10.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 5 and 10 years in an atmospheric environment.
For protective coating of masonry or concrete.
10.2 Type of System
A single two pack surface tolerant epoxy mastic coat, with a catalysed acrylic top coat, where a high gloss
finish is desirable.
10.3 Surface Preparation
For cracks and/or rough surfaces: repair with epoxy filler before application of coatings.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
To ensure that the masonry or concrete has an acceptable profile use abrasive blasting (dry or wet, with non
metallic abrasive), ultra high-pressure hydro blasting or another method as specified in the contract.
The surface condition of the masonry or concrete must be free of curing compounds, forming lubricants,
laitance or other loose materials.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
10.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated within 3 days of surface preparation, before surface contamination occurs.

10.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Do not apply coat if surface temperature is less than 13
0
C or if the surface temperature is less than 6
0
C
above the dew point temperature.
Note manufacturers data sheet, especially for mixing instructions.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
The re-coat window is 3 weeks.
The concrete moisture content should be less than 6%.
10.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 10.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
10.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
When used for encapsulation, measure and record average DFT to establish required final DFT readings.
Measure and record total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
10.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.
Note: the use of dry blasting may produce hazardous dust - proper hazrd management is required.

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10.9 SYSTEM 10 - Approved Products
Two pack epoxy mastic self priming
International (Akzo Nobel) Interseal 670 DFT = 200 m
Orica (Dulux) Sigma Cover CM ZP DFT = 200 m
Wattyl Epinamal Mastic DTM DFT = 200 m
Jotun Jotacote 605 Fast Cure DFT = 200 m

Catalysed acrylic top coat (use only when high gloss retention finish is required)
International (Akzo Nobel) Interfine 629 DFT = 60 m
Orica (Dulux) Acrathane DFT = 60 m
Wattyl Paracryl IFC DFT = 60 m
Jotun Jotacote 371 Iso Free DFT = 60 m


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11 SYSTEM 11
11.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 10 year and 20 years in an atmospheric environment.
For use on equipment that will have lagging installed. This coat protects the surfaces during transportation.
11.2 Type of System
Two pack epoxy zinc phosphate primer.
11.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 45-60 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
11.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
11.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
11.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 11.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
11.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Measure and record total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
11.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
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11.9 SYSTEM 24 - Approved Products
Two pack epoxy primer contains non toxic zinc phosphate pigments
International (Akzo Nobel) Intergard 251 DFT = 75 m
Orica (Dulux) Durepon P14 Primer DFT = 75 m
Wattyl Sigmacover CM ZP DFT = 75 m
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12 SYSTEM 12
12.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Between 5 and 10 years in an atmospheric environment (service life is
dependant on the quality of substrate preparation).
This system is used for the protection of galvanised steel in acid environments, for example galvanised cable
trays in a Cu smelter fume.
12.2 Type of System
Two pack surface tolerant epoxy mastic coating.
12.3 Surface Preparation
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive sweep blast according to Appendix D of AS 1627.4, Sa 1 (equivalent to NACE No 4; SSPC-SP 7).
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
12.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
For sharp, pitted, dimpled or rough surfaces, e.g. welds or plate edges, apply initial brushed stripe coat.
12.5 Limitations
Do not apply below 13C or if relative humidity exceeds 85%.
Re-coat window three weeks.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing
Surface temperature must always be a minimum of 3C above dew point.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see suppliers date sheet.
12.6 Touch Up
Abrade damaged surface to provide mechanical key and paint as per SYSTEM12
12.7 Inspection & Testing
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting
For repair to existing coatings on steel, test for chlorides
For repair to existing coatings steel located in an adverse environment, test pH
When used for encapsulation, measure and record average DFT to establish final DFT readings
Measure and record total coat DFT on XT approved quality control documentation.
12.8 Safety
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12.9 SYSTEM 12 - Approved Products
Two pack epoxy mastic self priming
International (Akzo Nobel) Interseal 670 DFT = 150 m
Orica (Dulux) Durabild DTM DFT = 150 m
Wattyl Epinamal Mastic STC DFT = 150 m
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13 SYSTEM 13
13.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Greater than 15 years.
This is a high durability protective coating for masonry/concrete in oily environments, for example oil bunds,
etc. This coating is suitable for use in an environment classed as C5-I (very high corrosivity (industrial)) in ISO
12944-2.
13.2 Type of System
Two pack chemical resistant Polyamide Cured Epoxy.
13.3 Surface Preparation
Concrete must be allowed to cure for 28 days prior to preparations for coating.
For cracks and/or rough surfaces: repair with epoxy filler before application of coatings.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
To ensure that the masonry or concrete has an acceptable profile use abrasive blasting (dry or wet, with non
metallic abrasive), high-pressure hydro blasting (70MPa) or another method as specified in the contract.
The surface condition of the masonry or concrete must be free of curing compounds, forming lubricants,
laitance or other loose materials.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
13.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated within 3 days of surface preparation, before surface contamination occurs.
First coat of Intergard 475 should be thinned 25% to aid penetration.

13.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Do not apply coat if surface temperature is less than 6
0
C above the dew point temperature.
Note manufacturers data sheet, especially for mixing instructions.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
The re-coat window is 16 hours to 5 days at 25
0
C.
The concrete moisture content should be less than 6%.
13.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 13.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
13.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Measure and record total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
13.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.
Note: the use of dry blasting may produce hazardous dust - proper hazard management is required.

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13.9 SYSTEM 13 - Approved Products
Two-pack polyamide cured epoxy.
International (Akzo Nobel) Intergard 475 DFT = 1X100 - 2X200 - Total 500 m
Orica (Dulux) TBA
Wattyl TBA
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14 SYSTEM 14
14.1 System Designation
Life expectancy to first maintenance: Greater than 15 years.
This is a high durability protective coating for masonry/concrete in acidic environments, for example acid
bunds, etc. This coating is suitable for use in an environment classed as C5-I (very high corrosivity
(industrial)) in ISO 12944-2.
14.2 Type of System
Two pack chemical resistant Vinyl Ester.
14.3 Surface Preparation
Concrete must be allowed to cure for 28 days prior to preparations for coating.
For cracks and/or rough surfaces: repair with a paste of clean sand added to Interline 811 and apply by trowel.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by potable water washing.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
To ensure that the masonry or concrete has an acceptable profile use abrasive blasting (dry or wet, with non
metallic abrasive), high-pressure hydro blasting (70MPa) or another method as specified in the contract.
The surface condition of the masonry or concrete must be free of curing compounds, forming lubricants,
laitance or other loose materials.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
14.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated within 3 days of surface preparation, before surface contamination occurs.
Where applicable roll strips of fibreglass matting over wet Interline 811 and topcoat with interline 871.

14.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Do not apply coat if surface temperature is less than 6
0
C above the dew point temperature.
Note manufacturers data sheet, especially for mixing instructions.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
The re-coat window for Interline 811 is 16 hrs to Ext at 25
0
C and for Interline 871; it is 4 hrs to EXT at 25
0
C.
The concrete moisture content should be less than 6%.
14.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 14.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
14.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Measure and record first coat DFT and then final coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
14.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.
Note: the use of dry blasting may produce hazardous dust - proper hazard management is required.

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14.9 SYSTEM 14 - Approved Products
Two pack Vinyl Ester
International (Akzo Nobel) Interline 811 DFT = 50m.
Orica (Dulux) TBA
Wattyl TBA
Jotun Chemflake Clear DFT = 100m.

Two pack Vinyl Ester
International (Akzo Nobel) Interline 871 DFT = 1000 m.
Orica (Dulux) TBA
Wattyl TBA
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15 SYSTEM 15
15.1 System Designation
This System is intended for painting the internal surfaces of mineral processing plant tank launders (width of
350mm plus) and is suitable for use in wet areas.
15.2 Type of System
Epoxy, two coat system.
15.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by high pressure potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of
AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile. Note: extend launder surface blast coverage into the tank interior by at least 200mm.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 50-75 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
1
st
coat is an optional blast holding primer.
15.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
15.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
15.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 15.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
15.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Carry out spark testing, as per AS 3894, to check the continuity on the hard cured final coat.
Measure and record prime coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
15.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
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15.9 Extent of Coverage
When SYSTEM 15 is applied to the internal surfaces of the launders, there is a need to consider the
interfacing of this system with respect to other coating systems applied to adjacent tank surfaces (e.g. main
tank internal surfaces coated with SYSTEM 20). Where multiple coating systems are to be used on the tank,
the Applicator must strictly adhere to all notes and recommendations given by XT.
15.10 Notes
International Protective Coatings require the spark testing of tank lining coatings be limited to coatings
where the dry film thickness is in excess of 500m and where a suitable pulsating type holiday detector
voltage is set to the equivalent of 100V per 25m of dry film thickness (i.e. 2kV at 500m DFT). Excessive
voltage may produce a holiday in the coating film.

15.11 SYSTEM 15 - Approved Products
1
st
coat: Polyamide Adduct Cured Epoxy (Optional)
Dulux TBA DFT = 40m
Jotun Tankguard HB DFT = 40m
International Intergard 269 DFT = 40m
Wattyl TBA DFT = 40m


2
nd
coat: High Solids High Build Epoxy
Dulux TBA DFT = 450 to 500m
Jotun Marathon XHB DFT = 450 to 500m
International Interzone 954 DFT = 450 to 500m
Wattyl TBA DFT = 450 to 500m
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16 SYSTEM 16
16.1 System Designation
This system is intended for painting any structural steel work associated with the mineral processing plants.
16.2 Type of System
Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane Paint System.
16.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by high pressure potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of
AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 25-60 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
16.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
16.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
16.6 Touch Up
All damaged surfaces shall be blast cleaned to AS 1627.4 Class 2
1
/
2
and feathered into existing coating. The
coating must then be reinstated with Zinc Rich Epoxy Primer to achieve a dry film thickness of 75m and
second coat applied as per SYSTEM 16.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
16.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Measure and record prime coat, intermediate coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
16.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.
Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane paint systems generally contain isocyanate. Refer to MSDS for handling and
coating requirements.

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16.9 Notes
1. Wattyl Australia recommends 50m DFT maximum for their primers.
2. Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane paint systems are best used as a shop applied new construction coating, where
exposure to isocyanate can be strictly controlled. The Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane paint system can later be
coated over with an isocyanate free catalysed acrylic (Interfine 629 or Paracryl IFC) paint system, if an
isocyanate free site applied maintenance coatis required.
3. Subject to prior approval, an alternative to the 3
rd
coat system would be an isocyanate free catalysed acrylic,
such as Interfine 629 or Paracryl IFC.

16.10 SYSTEM 16 - Approved Products
Alternative 1
st
coat: Zinc Rich Epoxy Primer
Dulux TBA DFT = 50-75m
Jotun Barrier DFT = 50-75m
International Interzinc 52 DFT = 50-75m
Wattyl
(see note 1)
Galvit EP102 DFT = 50-75m

2
nd
coat: High Build Polyamide Epoxy
Dulux TBA DFT = 150 to 200m
Jotun Jotacote Universal DFT = 150 to 200m
International Interplus 1180 DFT = 150 to 200m
Wattyl
(see note 1)
Epinamel HSE 707 DFT = 150 to 200m

3
rd
coat: Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane
Dulux TBA DFT = 50 to 75m
Jotun Hardtop XP DFT = 50 to 75m
International Interthane 990
(see notes 2 & 3)
DFT = 50 to 75m
Wattyl
(see note 1)
Poly-U 400
(see notes 2 & 3)
DFT = 50 to 75m
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17 SYSTEM 17
17.1 System Designation
This System is intended for painting the internal surfaces of the mineral processing plant tank launders
which are less than 350mm wide (use only when specified).
17.2 Type of System
Solvent free, ultra high build, high solids paint system.
17.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by high pressure potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of
AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 3 (equivalent to NACE No 1; SSPC-SP 5), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 3, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 50-75 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
17.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
Stripe coating of corners and weld areas is mandatory.
17.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
This paint system is suitable for areas where access for removal of all weld spatter and sharp edges is
limited, but grit blasting to AS1627, Class 3, is possible.
17.6 Touch Up
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 17.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
17.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Carry out spark testing, as per AS 3894, to check the continuity on the hard cured final coat.
Measure and record prime coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
17.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.

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17.9 SYSTEM 17 - Approved Products
1
st
coat: Non Inhibitive, Two Pack Epoxy Primer
Ameron Amercoat CC22 Red Oxide DFT = 40-100m
Jotun N/A DFT = 40-100m
International TBA DFT = 40-100m
Wattyl TBA DFT = 40-100m


2
nd
coat: High Solids High Build Epoxy
Ameron CC703/2 DFT = 1 to 2.5mm
Jotun Jotacote UHB DFT = 1 to 2.5mm
International TBA DFT = 1 to 2.5mm
Wattyl TBA DFT = 1 to 2.5mm
Total DFT = 1 to 2.5mm

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18 SYSTEM 18
18.1 System Designation
This system is intended for painting of steel work that has been hot dipped galvanised, or for final colour
coats over stainless steel.
18.2 Type of System
Catalysed Acrylic paint system.
18.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by high pressure potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of
AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive sweep blast (see note 1) according to Appendix D of AS 1627.4, Sa 1 (equivalent to NACE No 4;
SSPC-SP 7).
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
18.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
18.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
18.6 Touch Up
All damaged surfaces shall be blast cleaned to AS1627.4, Class 2
1
/
2
(see note 1) and feathered into existing
coating. Coating must then be reinstated as per SYSTEM 18.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
18.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Measure and record prime coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
18.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.





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18.9 Notes
1. For stainless steel substrates, grit must be unused and non metallic (garnet or equal). Recycled grit previously
used on mild steel must not be used on stainless steel.
2. For stainless steel, in lieu of Intergard 251, International recommends Intergard 269 @ 40m DFT, over a
suitably prepared surface.
3. In lieu of Epoxy Zinc Phosphate primer, Wattyl Australia nominates a two pack adhesion promoting
polyamide cured epoxy primer.
4. For strong contrasting colours (such as bright reds and yellows), 2 coats at 30 to 50m DFT is recommended
in lieu of 1 coat at 60 to 75m DFT.
18.10 SYSTEM 18 - Approved Products
1
st
coat: Epoxy Zinc Phosphate primer
Dulux Durepon P14 DFT = 50 - 75m
Jotun Penguard Special DFT = 50 - 75m
International Intergard 251 (see 2
nd

note)
DFT = 50 - 75m
Wattyl EP Universal Primer (see
3
rd
note)
DFT = 50 - 75m


2
nd
coat: High Solids High Build Epoxy
Dulux Acrathane IF (see 4
th
note) DFT = 60 - 75m
Jotun Jotaproof Topcoat of
Jotacoate 371T
DFT = 60 - 75m
International Interfine 629 (see 4
th
note) DFT = 60 - 75m
Wattyl Paracryl IFC (see 4
th
note) DFT = 60 - 75m
Total DFT = 110 to 150m

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19 SYSTEM 19
19.1 System Designation
This system is intended for painting the internals of the mineral processing plant tanks (slurry, process and
gland water tanks - see note 2), where the surface is not polyurethane lined.
19.2 Type of System
Abrasion resistant, Amine cured, Epoxy system.
19.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by high pressure potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of
AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 25-60 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
19.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
19.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
19.6 Touch Up/Repairs
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 19.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
19.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Carry out spark testing, as per AS 3894, to check the continuity on the hard cured final coat.
Measure and record prime coat, intermediate coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
19.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.
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19.9 Notes
1. Wattyl Australia recommends 75m DFT maximum for their primers.
2. It must be noted that this system is not suitable for potable water.
19.10 SYSTEM 19 - Approved Products
1
st
coat: Two pack Epoxy Primer (suitable for anti-abrasive top coat)
Dulux Luxepoxy 66 DFT = 40m
Jotun Tankguard HB DFT = 40m
International Interline 908 DFT = 40m
Wattyl
(see note 1)
EP Universal Primer DFT = 75m

2
nd
coat: Abrasion Resistant Amine Cured Epoxy
Dulux Durebuild TSP (Black) DFT = 150m
Jotun Marathon DFT = 150m
International Intershield 912 (Black) DFT = 150m
Wattyl
(see note 1)
Multiguard Black DFT = 150m

3
rd
coat: Abrasion Resistant Amine Cured Epoxy
Dulux Durebuild TSP (White) DFT = 150m
Jotun Marathon DFT = 150m
International Intershield 912 (Red) DFT = 150m
Wattyl
(see note 1)
Multiguard Grey DFT = 150m
Total DFTs:
Dulux, Jotun, international: 340m
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20 SYSTEM 20
20.1 System Designation
This system is used to line the internal working surfaces of mineral processing plant slurry tanks.
20.2 Type of System
This is a sprayed polyurethane lining system.
20.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by high pressure potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of
AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 50-75 micron range for the Chemtura products
and 75 to 100 micron range for the Chemind and Dulux products. A reduced surface profile of 50 to 75
microns is acceptable for the Chemind and Dulux products, provided that the abrasive blast class is
increased from Sa 2, to Sa 3.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
20.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with best industry practice and/or the coating shall be applied
in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
20.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
Sprayed polyurethane lining to be applied by approved applicators only.
20.6 Touch Up
Preferred Method (for repairs with 48 hours of original coating): Recoat as required over the existing surface
within 48 hours of application (e.g. under-thickness or failure during spark testing)
Alternative Method (for repairs after the 48 hour recoat window has been exceeded): Light abrasion of the
defective area followed by a solvent wash (MEK) and the application of a trowelable polyurethane system
(WRM 80t or equal).
20.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Carry out spark testing, as per AS 3894, to a maximum of 13.5kV in order to check the continuity on the
hard cured final coat.
Measure and record prime coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
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20.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.
20.9 Extent of Coverage
When SYSTEM 20 is applied to the internal surfaces of tanks, there is a need to consider the interfacing of
this system with respect to other coating systems applied to adjacent tank surfaces. Where multiple coating
systems are to be used on the tank, the Applicator must strictly adhere to all notes and recommendations
given by XT.

20.10 Approved Applicators
Hunter Urethane Spray Technology Pty Ltd, Unit 4/44 Munibung Road, Cardiff, NSW, 2285,
phone: (02) 4961 1077
Glindemann Industrial Coatings Pty Ltd, 37 Darnick Street, Underwood, QLD, 4119
Phone: (07) 3219 0419
20.11 SYSTEM 20 - Approved Products
1
st
coat: Two Pack Epoxy Primer
Chemtura International Intergard 348 DFT = 15 - 25m
Chemind Chemspray 117 Clear Primer DFT = 15 - 25m
DuluX Durepon P14 DFT = 15 - 25m
TBA TBA TBA


2
nd
coat: Part A & B Sprayed Polyurethane Lining System
Chemtura Vibraspray EP1690 DFT = 3mm plus
Chemind Chemspray 690 DFT = 3mm plus
DuluX Flexituff PC 390 DFT = 3mm plus
TBA TBA TBA
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21 SYSTEM 21
21.1 System Designation
This system is used to line the internal wetted surfaces of components of mineral processing plant tanks.
21.2 Type of System
This is a hot cast polyurethane lining system.
21.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by high pressure potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of
AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 50-75 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
21.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with best industry practice and/or the coating shall be applied
in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
21.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
Lining to be applied by approved applicators only.
21.6 Touch Up
Repairs to this coating system are not permitted.
21.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Measure and record prime coat and total coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
21.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.
21.9 Approved Applicators
East Coast Polyurethanes Pty Ltd, 21 Piper Drive, Balina, NSW, phone: (02) 6686 0253, fax: (02) 6686 0274



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21.10 SYSTEM 21 - Approved Products
1
st
coat: Polyurethane to Steel Primer
Era Polymers Conap AD1147 DFT = 13 - 40m
TBA TBA
TBA TBA
TBA TBA


2
nd
coat: Hot Cast Polyurethane Lining System
Era Polymers/East Coast
Polyurethanes
ECP93A/EC90a-1,
Hardness: 9195(Shore A)
DFT = 6mm plus
TBA TBA
TBA TBA
TBA TBA
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22 SYSTEM 22
22.1 System Designation
This system is intended for painting the outside steel ring of the IsaMill
TM
shell liner.
22.2 Type of System
Abrasion Resistant Epoxy Primer system.
22.3 Surface Preparation
Remove all weld spatter and prepare equipment as required in its fabrication specifications. All sharp edges
must be ground down to a minimum radius of 3 mm.
All joint and cavity sealants shall be used in accordance with Section 3.3.5.10 of AS/NZS 2312.
All surface preparation shall be carried out in accordance with Section 4 of AS/NZS 2312.
Dirt and soluble salts must be removed by high pressure potable water washing as per Section 4.2.6 of
AS/NZS 2312.
Oil & grease must be removed in accordance with AS 1627.1.
Abrasive blast, dry or wet, to AS 1627.4, Sa 2 (equivalent to NACE No 2; SSPC-SP 10), or for previously
blasted steel use ultra high-pressure hydro blasting to AS 1627.4, Sa 2, provided that steel has acceptable
profile.
The profile of the surface to be coated shall be within the 25-60 micron range.
All surfaces to be coated must be clean and dry.
22.4 Application
The coating shall be applied in conformance with Section 8 of AS/NZS 2312 and/or the coating shall be
applied in conformance with manufacturers recommendation.
Prepared surfaces shall be coated less than four hours after surface preparation, before flash rusting occurs.
For mixing instructions and re-coating application window, see manufacturers data sheet.
22.5 Limitations
Conditions required for painting shall be as per Section 8.5 of AS/NZS 2312, unless noted otherwise.
Note manufacturers data sheet.
Allow 15 minutes digestion after mixing.
22.6 Touch Up/Repairs
Prepare and paint damaged surface as per SYSTEM 22.
Prior to repairing existing coatings or substrates, test for chlorides (soluble salts) and pH.
22.7 Inspection & Testing
Inspection and testing shall be carried out in accordance with Section 11 of AS/NZS 2312.
Test compressor air for oil and/or water contamination before blasting and painting.
Measure and record prime coat DFT.
Execute Xstrata Technology approved quality control activities and documentation as per the applicable
specifications.
22.8 Health & Safety
All health and safety procedures shall be in accordance with Section 13 of AS/NZS 2312.
User to have copy of MSDS and comply with directions.
This system is not suitable for tanks containing potable water.





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22.9 Notes
3. Wattyl Australia recommends 75m DFT maximum for their primers.
4. It must be noted that this system is not suitable for potable water.
22.10 SYSTEM 22 - Approved Products
1
st
coat: Two pack Epoxy (suitable for anti-abrasive top coat)
Dulux Luxepoxy 66 DFT = 40m
Jotun Tankguard HB DFT = 50m
International Interline 982 DFT = 25 to 45m
Wattyl
(see note 1)
EP Universal Primer DFT = 75m