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EESTI ENERGIA Tehnoloogiatööstus AS

Quality, Environmental and Safety Management System

Production process

Coating procedure

Coating procedure specification according NORSOK - 501 system 7C Sigma Coating System

Contents

  • 1. Purpose of procedure.......................................................................................2

  • 2. Scope and responsibility..................................................................................2

    • 3. Content of procedure....................................................................................2

      • 3.1. Applied equipment.....................................................................................2

      • 3.2. Applied personal protection equipment.....................................................2

      • 3.3. Environment conditions.............................................................................3

      • 3.4. Preparation for blasting.............................................................................3

      • 3.5. Blasting......................................................................................................3

      • 3.6. Painting works............................................................................................4

      • 3.7. Acceptance criteria: according table 3 – inspection and testing................4

      • 3.8. Qualification of personnel..........................................................................6

        • 4. Safety of work...............................................................................................6

        • 5. Environment protection................................................................................6

        • 6. Documents connected with procedure..........................................................6

        • 7. Connecting data (records) on quality............................................................7

          • 1. Appendix: Pre qualification........................................................................8

          • 2. Appendix Coating system no.7................................................................26

The procedure CP-S7 is a guide upon performance of paint works in accordance with Coating system no. 7C Sigma Coating System.

  • 2. Scope and responsibility

The procedure is applied in subdivision VIIMISTLUS (hereinafter - VIM) of EESTI ENERGIA

Tehnoloogiatööstus AS (hereinafter -

company) upon performance of paint works,

where Coating system no. 7C is applied. The holder of present document is a manager of VIM.

  • 3. Content of procedure

    • 3.1. Applied equipment

Blasting: abrasive steel grit GH40; Venture type nozzle with flow section 10 mm; equipment for blasting, clearing and grit separation: CLEMCO-MUNKEBO.

Painting chamber with combined extract-and-input ventilation system,

heating possibility of suction air up to 60 0 C; preconditioning chamber with combined

extract-and-input ventilation system, heating possibility of suction air up to 40 0 C.

Painting devices: GRACO 750, WAGNER PS34.

Control and measurement devices: dry film control device eXacto F, layer thickness comb-meter for wet film control, temperature/humidity/dew-point control

Thermometer Hygrometer HD8901Delta, surface temperature control Testo 830-T1, surface profile comparator Clemco.

Auxiliary tools.

  • 3.2. Applied personal protection equipment

Painting mask complete with chemical filters.

Blasting worker helmet complete with forced air supply system.

Protective painting suits.

Goggles.

Protective footwear.

Other facilities for individual protection of workers.

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3.3.

Environment conditions

Whenever possible, blasting and application of anticorrosive coatings should be executed in the adapted for such works facilities (workshops). Preparation and painting in premises provide optimum conditions for the achievement of best result.

Conditions (air, surface temperature, humidity, paint temperature) at fulfillment of preparatory treatment, painting works and drying of paint should not deviate from technical requirements indicated in the specifications for corresponding paints.

Anyway, if the relative humidity of air exceeds 80 % and if the temperature of steel does not exceed or exceeds temperature of dew point less than on 3 0 C, no blasting and anticorrosive coating operations should be carried out.

Test type: Environmental conditions. Inspections should be done 2 times per shift (every 4 hour)

Acceptance criteria: in accordance with specified requirements. Consequence: not blasting and coating.

  • 3.4. Preparation for blasting

Thread, machined surfaces and other areas which shall not be painted, shall be adequately protected from abrasive influence and possible impurity /damage during blasting. Bolts, nuts, caps, sticky tape, fabric, tarpaulin, rubber can be suitable protection. All edges should be rounded to r>2mm.

Before blasting whole surface should be free from any alien material such as welding flux, metal spray, dirt, fat, salts consistent grease. Solid alien contaminants are removed by cutting; fats, salts, consistent grease are washed off by water, alkalis or solvents.

  • 3.5. Blasting

Blast clearing to be executed in specially equipped chamber. Tools and equipment for clearing should be in working condition, compressed air – dry and clean.

Condition of the cleared surface is expressed by degree of preparatory treatment

and regulated by standard ISO 8501-1. Degree of the surface preparatory treatment

of products should correspond to requirements

of specification Sa3 – blast cleaning

to pure metall. During inspection with the naked eye any dust, fat and dirt, the

dried-on rolling scale, rust, old paint or foreign materials might not be observed; the surface has a uniform color shade with slightly marked spots.

Surface profile should be medium G quality and of the cleared steel surface (or surface roughness) is estimated by the relation of the highest ledges to the cavities casually formed on surface. It is necessary visually to compare a profile of blasted surface with reference sample.

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Schedule of clearing works should be made in such a way to make possible to start painting as soon as possible while surface has not become soiled again. Cure time between blasting and painting should be no more than 4 hours at medium humidity not exceeding 80%

Inspection test of cleanliness.

Acceptance criteria: in accordance with specified be done for ever y parts.

requirements. Inspection should

Consequence: Reblasting

  • 3.6. Painting works

Painting works shall be carried out according to standard NORSOK M-501, Edition 6,

2012.

Before application of each coat layer a strip painting with brash or roller of all the welded seams, internal and external corners, edges, and areas which cannot be completely covered by airless spraying method should be executed. This operation is necessary for reception of a design thickness of a covering on all sites of a design.

Each coat layer shall be applied uniformly over the whole surface. Passes, curtaining, overflows and drops shall be avoided. Each coat layer should be free from pinholes/ perforations, swellings/bubbles, passes. Soiling of the painted surfaces between layers is inadmissible. Any arisen soiling shall be immediately removed and damaged layer should be restored.

During application of anticorrosive coatings only accepted by painting system 7 paints and solvents shall be applied.

Paints and solvents shall be stored properly. Packing should be in a good condition. Original packing shallbe firmly closed; labels and stickers shall be plain and good to be read. During warehousing of paints and solvents it is necessary to consider safety data indicated on factory labels, requirements regarding storage conditions and periods of storage. In case of paints are stored in a cold premise, it is necessary to place them before usage for a while in warm that they were adequately warmed.

Before application all the paint components shall be mixed up in the necessary proportion and not exceed allowed terms of storage/use.

A time Interval prior to application of the repeated/next coat layer shall be according to the recommendations indicated in the technical specification of the corresponding paint.

Inspection test for visual examination of coating shall be done after curing and on coated parts for every coat .

Acceptance criteria: according to specify requirements Consequence: Repair of defects

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3.7.

Coating procedure tests and acceptance criteria:

according paint coating specification 10000709666-PDC- 000 rev 01 table 6.1 – inspection and testing

Controller shall be guided by valid operating procedure of application of anticorrosive coatings, technical specification for paint and corresponding standards during work.

Measurement/inspection instruments used during work should be calibrated and certificated according to the valid rules. Calibration certificates should be accessible for review.

Prior to measurement hardness.

of thickness a

film should reach

sufficient degree of

Calibration of dry film control device to be done on a smooth surface, in accordance with Norsok M-501 Edition 6 (Table 11.) shall be done every time before inspection start.

In accordance with ISO 19840: maximum quantity of measurements, which might be replaced (Table1, point 6.1), shall be defined; maximum thickness of

dry film shall be defined (see reference to ISO 12944-5 in Point 9d). It cannot be more than 200 % - 600 µm from project thickness. Minimum thickness - 300 µm in the given system is the minimum thickness. Acceptance criteria according paint coating specification 10000709666-PDC- 000 table 6.1,ISO 19840 and coating system data sheet. Inspection shall be done on every coated parts. Consequence: coating to be rejected. Following the results of fulfillment and inspection of painting processes a person responsible for those issues a Painting Report in accordance with enclosed forms.

Environmental

conditions test. Acceptance criteria: in accordance with

specified requirements.

 

Shall be done before painting.

Consequence: not blasting

and coating.

Inspection

test

of cleanliness should be done on every parts before

painting. Acceptance criteria: in accordance with specified

requirements in table 6.1.

Consequence: Reblasting. Salt test. Acceptance criteria: Maximum conductivity corresponding to 20 mgm/m*2

NaCl. Test shall be done on small part

- 3 or 4 test , big part

- every parts.

Consequence: repeat washing with portable water and retesting until acceptance. Roughness test.

Acceptance criteria: from 50 µm to 85 µm,Ry5. Shall be done on every parts. Consequence: Reblasting. Visual examination of coating.

Acceptance criteria: according to specify requirements: no defects Shall be done on every parts. Consequence: Repair of defect. Holiday detection according ISO 29601/NACE RPO 188. Shall be done on

every parts.

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Acceptance criteria: no holidays during testing.

Shall be done on every parts. Consequence: repair and retesting.

Film thickness

test: Min 300 µm and Max 600 µm.

Acceptance

criteria: ISO 19840 and coating system data sheet.

Shall be done on every parts. Consequence: Repair , additional coats or recoating as appropriate.

Adhesion testing. The minimum adhesion value according NORSOK M-501

Table 3 note 4 is never below 5 MPa One test on one batch should be done.

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Consequence: coating to be rejected.

  • 3.8. Qualification of personnel

Workers executing anticorrosive painting shall have required professional qualification and pass corresponding training with certified acknowledgement.

Prior to start painting works responsible for these works person shall check and consider all the possible ambiguities.

The person for carrying out inspections, verification and verification of personal qualification shall be qualify in accordance NS 476, has FROSIO certificate with inspector level 3.

  • 4. Safety of work

As many paints (especially diluted with solvent) contain unhealthy substances, it is necessary to observe the established norms and safety rules.

Workplaces shall be accessible for inspection of safety data sheets of applied paints by personnel.

  • 5. Environment protection

It is necessary to observe the established norms and rules for environment protection during handling with paints. It is necessary to handle painting materials very accurately, prevent their hit into the earth, reservoirs.

Waste shall be collected and utilized according to the valid legislation and the established rules.

  • 6. Documents connected with procedure

ISO 8501-1 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products -- Visual assessment of surface cleanliness -- Part 1: Rust grades and preparation grades of uncoated steel substrates and of steel substrates after overall removal of previous coatings. The informative appendix to the part 1:

Representative photographic examples of the change of appearance imparted to steel when blast-cleaned with different abrasives (ISO 8501-1:1988/Suppl: 1994).

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ISO 8503 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products -- Surface roughness characteristics of blast-cleaned steel substrates

ISO 8504-2 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products - Surface preparation methods -- Part 2: Abrasive blasting clearing.

Norsok standard M-501, Edition 6, 2012 Surface preparation and protective coating

  • 7. Connecting data (records) on quality

  • 1. Technical data sheets;

  • 2. Safety data sheets;

  • 3. Coating system no. 7C;

  • 4. Record of surface treatment;

  • 5. Daily log

  • 6. Additionally Salt test report

  • 7. Adhesion test report

  • 8. Holiday test report

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1. Appendix: Pre-qualification certificate

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2. Appendix Coating system no.7

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Appendix:Paint test records

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