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EPCM Consultany Services Part-B, Stage-1 for laying heat traced

pipeline project with associated facilities (HTPL) at BPCL Mumbai


Refinery

PIPES-CS(WELDED)-I

(Document No : A874-000-WA-MR-3002)

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Table of Contents
Document Number Rev. Document Title Page
Number
A874-000-WA-MR- A PIPES-CS(WELDED)-I 3
3002
6-44-0051 6 Technical notes for pipes. 6
6-81-0002 5 ITP for welded pipes 16
6-78-0001 1 Specification for quality management system requirements from 22
bidders
6-78-0003 1 Specification for documentation requirement from suppliers 29
AE-S-5430-Rev 1 1 AE-S-5430 38
A874-000-16-43- B ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS 144
ATR-3002
A874-000-16-43-SK- B PIPING STUDIES / SKETCHES 146
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MATERIAL REQUISITION (TOP SHEET)
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Issue Status (Fill 1 or 2 from below in this bracket) [ ]


ITEM: PIPES-CS(WELDED)-I 1. -> Entire Requisition Issued
MR Category :I 2. -> Only Revised Pages are Issued

DOCUMENT NUMBER
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A874 000 WA MR 3002 A 10/03/2017 16/43


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UNIT/ COST DOC ORIGINATING


JOB NO. CENTRE
SR.NO. REV DATE
AREA CODE DIVN./DEPT

VENDOR CODE VENDOR NAME

Material to be delivered at (job site) BPCL, MUMBAI within the delivery period specified in the "Request For Quotation"
(RFQ).

Notes :
1. This page is a record of all the Revisions of this Requisition.

2. The nature of the Revision is briefly stated in the "Details" column below, the Requisition in its entirety shall be
considered for contractual purposes.

3. When a Requisition is revised, only the revised pages may be issued.

4. When revised pages only are issued, the revised pages shall form part of the original Requisition. The original
requisition alongwith the revised pages shall be considered in its entirety for contractual purposes.

5. Vendors are required to quote strictly as per technical specifications / notes stipulated in the material requisition. The
offers with deviations are likely to be summarily rejected.

REV. DATE BY CHK. APPD. DETAILS


A 10/03/2017 SM PKA LKK ISSUE MR FOR BIDS

This is a system generated approved document and does not require signature
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Project: MUMBAI-BPCL Requisition No. Rev


ENGINEERS INDIA LIMITED
A874-000-WA-MR-3002 A
NEW DELHI Client: BPCL
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LIST OF ATTACHMENT
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REVISION
SR. NO DOCUMENT TITLE DOCUMENT NO.
NO. DATE
1 TECHNICAL NOTES FOR PIPES 6-44-0051 6 25/09/2014
2 INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN FOR 6-81-0002 4 17/06/2013
WELDED PIPES
3 SPECIFICATION FOR QUALITY 6-78-0001 1 12/03/2015
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
except in the limited way and private use permitted by written consent given by the lender to the borrower for the intended use. EIL-1641-515 Rev.0 A4-210x297

FROM BIDDERS
4 SPECIFICATION FOR DOCUMENTATION 6-78-0003 1 12/03/2015
REQUIREMENTS FROM SUPPLIERS
5 ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL A874-000-16-43-ATR- B 07/03/2017
REQUIREMENTS 3002
6 ORIENTATION OF HIGH TEMPERATURE A874-000-16-43-SK- B 07/03/2017
MASKING TAPE ON LINE PIPE 0001
7 BPCL TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION OF AE-S-5430 1 31/03/2015
PAINT COATING
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ENGINEERS INDIA LIMITED
A874-000-WA-MR-3002 A
NEW DELHI Client: BPCL
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MR ATTACHMENT
This drawing and design it covers are property of ENGINEERS INDIA LIMITED. They are merely loaned on the borrower's express agreement that it will not be reproduced, copied, exhibited nor used

SR.NO. ITEMCODE DETAIL DESCRIPTION QTY. U. RATE TOT.VALUE CDD

Item Description: PIPE, B-36.10, ASTM A 672 GR.B60 CL.12, BE, E.FS.W

1 PI2A813Z02018ZZZZ 16.0 INCH, STD 21 METRES

2 PI2A813Z02219ZZZZ 20.0 INCH, XS 15 METRES

3 PI2A813Z02419ZZZZ 24.0 INCH, XS 951 METRES

4 PI2A813Z02518ZZZZ 26.0 INCH, STD 141 METRES


except in the limited way and private use permitted by written consent given by the lender to the borrower for the intended use. EIL-1641-515 Rev.0 A4-210x297

Item Description: PIPE, B-36.10, ASTM A672GR.B60 CL.12(PAINTED), BE, E.FS.W

5 PI2X313Z02419ZZZZ 24.0 INCH, XS 5264 METRES


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ENGINEERS INDIA LIMITED
A874-000-WA-MR-3002 A
NEW DELHI Client: BPCL
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STANDARD SPECIFICATION No.
ENGINEERS TECHNICAL NOTES FOR
5fg-ar I~-3
dg INDIA LIMITED PIPES 6-44-0051 Rev. 6
IA GoN of Indo Undeflakng)
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lebri ch iJA

TECHNICAL NOTES
FOR PIPES

REVISED AND ISSUED AS STANDARD


6 25.09.14
SPECIFICATION SH' K ATD('\:' SC
REVISED AND ISSUED AS STANDARD
5 31.12.13
SPECIFICATION UK SH AK RN SC
REVISED AND ISSUED AS STANDARD
4 04.07.08
SPECIFICATION RN SC DM VC
REVISED AND ISSUED AS STANDARD
3 15.03.00 RN BRB NS AS
SPECIFICATION
HYDROTEST & I.G.C. TEST CLAUSES
2 04.04.94 AKG BPV GRR AS
REVISED
Standards Standards
Committee Bureau
Rev. Prepared Checked
Date Purpose Convenor Chairman
No by by
Approved by

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STANDARD SPECIFICATION No.
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Abbreviations:

ANSI American National Standards Institute


API American Petroleum Institute
ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASTM American Society for Testing & Materials
BHN Brinell Hardness Number
BIS Bureau of Indian Standards
E.FS.W Electric Fusion Weld
E.R.W Electric Resistance Weld
HAZ Heat Affected Zone
HIC Hydrogen Induced Cracking
IBR Indian Boiler Regulations
IGC Inter Granular Corrosion
IS Indian Standard
LT Low Temperature
MR Material Requisition
NACE MR National Association of Corrosion Engineers : Material Requirement
NB Nominal Bore
NPT Nominal Pipe Thread
PMI Positive Material Identification
PR Purchase Requisition
SMYS Specified Minimum Yield Strength
SS Stainless Steel

Piping Standards Committee

Convenor : Mr. R. Nanda

Members : Mr. M. Ismaeel


Mr. Amrendra Kumar
Mr. G. Balaji
Mr. K.J. Harinarayanan (HMTD)
Mr. P P Lahiri / Mr. S. Ghoshal (SMMS)
Mr. S. Mukherjee (Construction)
Mr. K.V.K. Naidu (Projects)

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STANDARD SPECIFICATION No.
ENGINEERS TECHNICAL NOTES FOR
$;fgW 2154- INDIA LIMITED PIPES 6-44-0051 Rev. 6
1+fV7R rwnrt ,151,70541, IA Govl of lodia Undeftalong)
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CONTENTS

1.0 GENERAL 4
2.0 IBR PIPES 6
3.0 ACCEPTABLE DEVIATIONS 7
4.0 HYDROSTATIC TEST 7
5.0 MARKING AND DESPATCH 10
6.0 REFERENCES 10

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IA Govl ol lnaia Undertakog)
PIPES 6-44-0051 Rev. 6
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1.0 GENERAL

1.1 A11 pipes and their dimensions, tolerances, chemical composition, physical properties, heat
treatment, hydrostatic test and other testing and marking requirements shall conform to the
latest codes and standards specified in the material requisition (MR). Supplier shall strictly
comply with MR/PR stipulations and no deviations shall be permitted. Post Order
Concession/Deviation Permit 5-0000-0180-F1 as mentioned in Cl. 5.18 of Specification for
Quality Management System Requirements from Bidders (6-78-0001) is not applicable.

1.2 Testing

1.2.1 Test reports shall be supplied for all mandatory tests as per the applicable material
specifications. Test reports shall also be furnished for any supplementary tests as specified in
the MR & Clauses 1.10 & 1.11.

1.2.2 Material test certificates (physical property, chemical composition & heat treatment report)
shall also be furnished for the pipes supplied.

1.2.3 PMI shall be performed as per the scope and procedures as defined in the spec for PMI at
Supplier's Works (6-81-0001).

1.2.4 Refer to specification nos. 6-81-0002 and 6-81-0003 for Inspection & Test plans for welded
pipes and seamless pipes respectively.

1.3 Manufacturing Processes

1.3.1 Steel made by acid Bessemer process shall not be acceptable.

1.3.2 A11 longitudinally welded pipes should employ only automatic welding.

1.4 Pipe shall be supplied in single or double random length of 4 to 7 and 7 to 14 meters
respectively.

1.5 a. Seamless and E.R.W. pipes shall not have any circumferential seam joint in a random
length. However, in case of E.FS.W pipe, in one random length one welded
circumferential seam of same quality as longitudinal weld is permitted. This weld
shall be at least 2.5 m from either end. The longitudinal seams of the two portions
shall be staggered by 90. Single random length in such cases shall be 5 to 7 m.

b. Unless otherwise mentioned in the respective material code, E.FS.W pipes < 36" shall
not have more than one longitudinal seam joint and E.FS.W pipes 36" shall not
have more than two longitudinal seam joints.

1.6 Pipe with screwed ends shall have NPT external taper pipe threads conforming to
ASME/ANSI B1.20.1 up to 1.5" NB & IS 554 for 2" to 6" NB.

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1.7 Pipe with beveled ends shall be in accordance with ASME B16.25. Weld contours shall be as
follows:

Material Wall Thickness Weld Contour


Up to 22 mm Figure 2 Type A
Carbon Steel (Except
Low Temp. Carbon Steel) > 22 mm Figure 3 Type A

Up to 10 mm Figure 4
Alloy Steel,
Stainless Steel & > 10 mm & Up to 25 mm Figure 5 Type A
Low Temp. Carbon Steel
> 25 mm Figure 6 Type A

1.8 Galvanized pipes shall be coated with zinc by hot dip process conforming to IS 4736 / ASTM
A 153.

1.9 All austenitic stainless steel pipes shall be supplied in solution annealed condition. All types
of 321 or 347 stainless steel pipes shall be in a stabilized heat treated condition. Stabilizing
heat treatment shall be carried out subsequent to the normal solution annealing. Soaking time
& holding temp. for stabilizing heat treatment shall be 4 hrs & 900C respectively.

1.10 I.G.C. Test for Stainless Steels

1.10.1 For all austenitic stainless steel pipes inter-granular corrosion test shall have to be conducted
as per following:

ASTM A262 Practice "B" with acceptance criteria of "60 mils/year (max.)".
OR
ASTM A262 Practice E with acceptance criteria of no cracks at 20X magnification and
microstructure to be observed at 250X magnification shall ensure the absence of any cracks/
fissures. When testing is conducted as per practice 'E' photograph of microstructure shall be
submitted for record.

1.10.2 When specifically asked for in MR for high temperature application of some grades of
austenitic stainless steel (eg.SS 309, 310, 316, 316H etc.) ASTM A262 Practice "C" with
acceptance criteria of "15 mils/year (max.)" shall have to be conducted.

1.10.3 For the IGC test as described in 1.10.1 & 1.10.2, two sets of samples shall be drawn from each
solution annealing lot; one set corresponding to highest carbon content and the other set
corresponding to the highest pipe thickness.

All welded pipes indicated as `CRY0' & `LT' in MR shall be impact tested per requirement
& acceptance criteria of ASME B31.3. The impact test temperature shall be -196C & -45C
for stainless steel and carbon steel respectively unless specifically mentioned otherwise in
MR.

1.12 NACE/HIC Requirements

1.12.1 Pipes under "NACE" category and those designated as "HIC1" shall meet the requirements
given in NACE MR-0103 unless mentioned otherwise.

1.12.2 Pipes made from plates and designated as "HIC1" shall meet the HIC requirements of EIL
specification 6-79-0013 unless mentioned otherwise.

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1.13 Specified heat treatment for carbon steel and alloy steel and solution annealing for stainless
steel pipes shall be carried out after weld repairs. Number of weld repairs at the same spot
shall be restricted to maximum two by approved repair procedure.

1.14 For black or galvanized pipes to IS 1239, the minimum percentage of elongation shall be
20%.

1.15 All 1Cr-V2Mo and 11/4Cr-1/4Mo seamless pipes shall be normalised and tempered.

1.16 For all welded alloy steel pipes with mandatory requirement of heat treatment and
radiography, radiography shall be performed after heat treatment.

1.17 For Hydrogen service pipes following special requirements shall also be met:

1.17.1 All carbon steel pipes having wall thickness 9.53 mm (0.375") and above shall be normalised.
Cold drawn pipes shall be normalised after the final cold draw pass for all thicknesses.

1.17.2 All alloy steel (Cr-Mo) pipes shall be normalised and tempered. The normalising and
tempering shall be a separate heating operation and not a part of the hot forming operation.
The maximum room temperature tensile strength shall be 100,000 psig.

1.17.3 For carbon steel Pipes, hardness of weld and HAZ shall be 200 BHN (max.). For alloy steel
Pipes, hardness of weld and HAZ shall be 225 BHN (max.).

1.17.4 For all austenitic stainless steels, the weld deposit shall be checked for ferrite content. A
Ferrite No.(FN) not less than 3% and not more than 10% is required to avoid sigma phase
embrittlement during heat treatment. FN shall be determined by Ferritescope prior to post
weld heat treatment.

1.17.5 For all Carbon steel and Alloy steel pipes with wall thickness over 20mm, Charpy-V Notch
impact testing shall be carried out in accordance with paragraph UG-84 of ASME Section
VIII, Div-1 for weld metal and base metal from the thickest item per heat of material and per
heat treating batch. Impact test specimen shall be in complete heat treated condition and
accordance with ASTM A370. Impact energies at 0Celsius shall average greater than 27J (20
ft-lb) per set of three specimens, with a minimum of 19J (15 ft-lb).

1.18 For dual grades of SS where specified, chemical composition and mechanical properties of
both grades specified shall be ensured.

2.0 IBR PIPES

2.1 IBR Documentation

2.1.1 Pipes under purview of IBR shall be accompanied with IBR certificate original in Form III-A
duly approved and countersigned by IBR authority/local authority empowered by the Central
Boiler Board of India(Photocopy of the original certificate duly attested by the local boiler
inspector where the supplier is located is the minimum requirement for acceptance) or Form
III-D [for well known pipe manufacturers as per IBR] signed by Manufacturer's authorized
representative. Well known pipe manufacturers, as recognized by IBR, shall submit a duly
attested copy of Form XVI-G along with Form

2.1.2 For materials 11/4Cr - V2Mo (ASTM A335 Gr.P11 / A691 Gr.11/4Cr), 21/4Cr - 1Mo (ASTM
A335 Gr.P22 / A691 Gr.21/4Cr) & 9Cr -1Mo-V (A335 Gr.P91/A691 Gr.91), Form III-A
approved by IBR shall include the tabulation of Et, Sc & Sr values for the entire temperature
range given below. Et, Sc & Sr values shall be such that throughout the temperature range

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INDIA LIMITED
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PIPES 6-44-0051 Rev. 6
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E,/ 1.5

Sr / 1.5 SA

Sc

where ,

SA Allowable stress at the working metal temperature.


Yield point (0.2% proof stress at the working metal temperature)
S, The average stress to produce elongation of 1%(creep) in 100000 hrs at the
working metal temperature.
Sr The average stress to produce rupture in 100000 hrs at the working metal
temperature and in no case more than 1.33 times the lowest stress to produce
rupture at this temperature.

SA (psi)

Temp(F)
500 600 650 700 750 800 850 900 950 1000 1050 1100
Material
A335 Gr.P11 17200 16700 16200 15600 15200 15000 14500 12800 9300 6300 4200 2800

A691 Gr.11/4Cr 18900 18300 18000 17600 17300 16800 16300 15000 9900 6300 4200 2800
A335 Gr.P22 /
17900 17900 17900 17900 17900 17800 14500 12800 10800 7800 5100 3200
A691 Gr.21/4Cr
A335 Gr.P91/
28100 27700 27300 26700 25900 24900 23700 22300 20700 18000 14000 10300
A691 Gr.91
Note : SA values shall be as per the latest edition prevai ing.

2.2 For carbon steel pipes under IBR the chemical composition shall conform to the following:

Carbon (max) 0.25%


Others (S, P, Mn) As prescribed in IBR.

The chemical composition as indicated in this clause is not applicable for pipes other than IBR
services.

3.0 ACCEPTABLE DEVIATIONS

3.1 Pipes to IS 3589 Gr.410 are acceptable in place of IS 3589 Gr.330.

3.2 Pipes of Grades SS317 of corresponding material are acceptable in place of Grades SS316 or
SS316(2.5 Mo min.).

3.3 Pipes of Grades SS317L of corresponding material are acceptable in place of Grades SS316L
or SS316L(2.5Mo min.).

3.4 Seamless pipes are acceptable in place of welded pipes except in the case of welded
SS321/SS321H pipes with nominal thickness greater than 9.53mm.

4.0 HYDROSTATIC TEST

4.1 A11 pipes shall be hydrostatically tested.

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4.2 The mill test pressure shall be as follows:

4.2.1 Seamless, E.R.W. & Spiral Welded

a) Carbon Steel

Material Std. Test Pressure Std.

ASTM A106 Gr.B ASTM A530

API 5L Gr.B, Seamless API 5L

API 5L, E.R.W. API 5L

API 5L, Spiral API 5L

ASTM A333 Gr.3 & 6, Seamless ASTM A530

ASTM A333 Gr.3 & 6, E.R.W. ASTM A530

b) Seamless Alloy Steel

Material Std. Test Pressure Std.

ASTM A335 Gr.P1, P12, P11, P22, P5, P9 ASTM A530

ASTM A268 TP 405, TP410 ASTM A530

c) Seamless Stainless Steel

Material Std. Test Pressure Std.


ASTM A312 Gr.TP 304, 304L, 304H, 316, ASTM A999
316L, 316H, 321, 347

d) Seamless Nickel Alloy

Material Std. Test Pressure Std.

ASTM B161 UNS No. 2200 ASTM B161

ASTM B165 UNS No. 4400 ASTM B165

ASTM B167 UNS No. 6600 ASTM B167

ASTM B407 UNS No. 8800 ASTM B407

e) Welded Nickel Alloy

Material Std. Test Pressure Std.

ASTM B725 UNS No. 2200,4400 ASTM B725

ASTM B517 UNS No. 6600 ASTM B517

ASTM B514 UNS No. 8800 ASTM B514

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4.2.2 Electric Fusion Welded

a) Carbon Steel & Alloy Steel E.FS.W (16" & above)

Material Std. Test Pressure Std.


API 5L Gr.B P = 2ST/D
ASTM A671 Gr.CC65, 70 (C1.32) S = 90% of SMYS
ASTM A672 Gr.C60, 65, 70 (CI.12,22) Except for API 5L Gr.B
ASTM A671 Gr.CF60, 65, 66, 70 (C1.32) S = 85% of SMYS
ASTM A691 Gr.V2Cr, 1Cr, 11/4Cr, 21/4Cr, For API 5L Gr.B
SCr, 9Cr (C1.42) T = Nominal Wall Thickness
D = O.D of Pipe

b) Stainless Steel E.FS.W (2" to 6")

The hydrostatic test pressure in kg/cm2 for the following materials shall be as given
below :

Material Gr.1 :ASTM A312 TP 304 / 304H / 316 / 316H / 321 / 347 welded.
Material Gr.2 :ASTM A312 TP 304L / 316L welded.

Size Pipe Schedule : 10S Pipe Schedule : 40S Pipe Schedule : 80S
Material Material Material Material Material Material
Gr. 1 Gr.2 Gr.1 Gr.2 Gr.1 Gr.2
2" 100 80 155 130 230 190

3" 80 60 155 130 230 190

4" 80 50 155 130 230 190

6" 65 35 90 75 155 130

c) Stainless Steel E.FS.W (8" and above).

Material Std. Test Pressure Std.


ASTM A358 TP 304L, 304, 304H, 316L, P = 2ST/D
316, 316H, 321, 347 (Classes 1, 3 & 4) S = 85% of SMYS
T = Nominal Wall Thickness
D = O.D of Pipe
ASTM A358 TP 304L, 304, 304H, 316L, P = 2ST/D
316, 316H, 321, 347 (Classes 2 & 5) S = 72% of SMYS
T = Nominal Wall Thickness
D = 0.D of Pipe

4.2.3 Carbon Steel Pipes to BIS Standards

Material Std. Test Pressure Std.


IS 1239 IS 1239

IS 3589 IS 3589

4.3 Hydrostatic pressure testing shall be performed using iron free water, which is clean and free
of silt. Maximum chloride content in water for hydrostatic testing for SS piping shall be 50
ppm.
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PIPES 6-44-0051 Rev. 6
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5.0 MARKING AND DESPATCH

5.1 All pipes shall be marked in accordance with the applicable codes, standards and
specifications. In addition the purchase order number, the item code & special conditions like
"IBR", "CRY0", "NACE", "H2" etc. shall also be marked.

5.2 Pipes under "IBR","CRY0", "NACE" & "H2" shall be painted with one circumferential
stripe of colour red, light purple brown, canary yellow & white respectively for easy
identification. Width of stripe shall be 12mm for pipe sizes lens than 3" and 25mm for pipes
3" and above.

5.3 Paint or ink for marking shall not contain any harmful metal or metallic salts such as zinc, lead
or copper which cause corrosive attack on heating.

5.4 Pipes shall be dry, clean and free from moisture, dirt and loose foreign materials of any kind.

5.5 Pipes shall be protected from rust & corrosion.

5.6 Rust preventive used on machined surfaces to be welded shall be easily removable with a
petroleum solvent and the same shall not be harmful to welding.

5.7 Both ends of the pipe shall be protected with the following material:

Plain end Plastic cap


Bevel end Wood, Metal or plastic cover
Threaded end Metal or plastic threaded cap

5.8 Pipes may be provided with plastic push-fit type end caps/ steel caps without belt wire.

5.9 Steel end protectors to be used on galvanized pipes shall be galvanized. Plastic caps can also
be used as end protectors for galvanised pipe ends.

6.0 REFERENCES

6.1 6-81-0001: Specification for Positive Material Identification (PMI) at Supplier's Works.

6.2 6-81-0002: Inspection & test plan for welded pipes.

6.3 6-81-0003: Inspection & test plan for seamless pipes.

6.4 6-79-0013: Material requirements for carbon steel components used in sour service for
petroleum refinery environments

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INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN STANDARD SPECIFICATION NO.
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Abbreviations:

CELL Certification Engineers International Limited MRT Mechanical Run Test


CIMFR Central Institute of Mining & Fuel Research NDT Non Destructive Testing
CE Carbon Equivalent NPSH' Net Positive Suction Head
DFT Dry Film Thickness PO Purchase Order
DPT Dye Penetrant Testing PESO Petroleum Explosive Safety Organization
DHT De-hydrogen Heat Treatment PQR Procedure Qualification Record
ERTL Electronics Regional Test Laboratory PR Purchase Requisition
FCRI Fluid Control Research Institute PMI Positive Material Identification
HT Heat Treatment RT Radiography Testing
HIC Hydrogen Induced Cracking SSCC Sulphide Stress Corrosion Cracking
ITP Inspection and Test Plan TC Test Certificate
IP Ingress Protection TPI or TPIA Third Party Inspection Agency
IHT Intermediate Heat Treatment UT Ultrasonic Testing
IC Inspection Certificate VDR Vendor Data Requirement
IGC Inter Granular Corrosion WPS Welding Procedure Specification
MPT/MT Magnetic Particle Testing WPQ Welders Performance Qualification
MTC Material Test Certificate

Inspection Standards Committee

Convenor : Mr. R.K. Singh

Members:
Mr. Rajeev Kumar Mr. Himangshu Pal Mr. Neeraj Mathur
Mr. T Kamalakannan Mr. Mahendra Mittal Mr. Deepak Gupta (Project)

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INSPECTION AND TEST PLAN STANDARD SPECIFICATION NO.
IOU el i ll ENGINEERS
faf5itg INDIA LIMITED FOR 6-81-0002 Rev. 5
A Govt. of India Undertaking)
IHRTIFIRIW7M1.710.1)
WELDED PIPES Page 3 of 6

1.0 SCOPE

This Inspection and Test Plan covers the minimum testing requirements for Welded Pipes.

2.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

PO/PR/Standards referred therein/ Job specifications /Approved documents.

3.0 INSPECTION AND TEST REQUIREMENTS

SCOPE OF INSPECTION
SL QUTUM
AN
STAGE/ ACTIVITY CHARACTERISTICS RECORD SUB
NO. OF CHECK SUPPLIER EIL/TPIA
SUPPLIER
1.0 Procedure
Hydrostatic Test, Heat Procedure
1.1 Treatment, NDT and Documented Procedures 100% - R
Documents
Other Procedures
W- New
R- Existing
Welding Parameters & WPS,PQR
1.2 WPS,PQR & WPQ 100% - H ( Qualified
Qualification Record &WPQ under reputed
TPIA)
2.0 Material Inspection
Review of MTC for Chemical & Test
2.1 Raw Material Inspection 100% - H
Mechanical Properties Certificates

3.0 In Process Inspection

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IMION elrane anaqsam (A Govt of India Undettaing)
WELDED PIPES Page 4 of 6

SCOPE OF INSPECTION
SL QUANTUM
STAGE/ ACTIVITY CHARACTERISTICS RECORD SUB
NO. OF CHECK SUPPLIER EIL/TPIA
SUPPLIER
Welding Parameters as per WPS / Inspection
3.1 Welding 100% - H -
PQR Reports
Stress Relieving, Normalising,
Heat Treatment Tempering, Solution Annealing,
3.2 100% HT chart - H R
Stabilization Heat Treatment etc.
as applicable
Inspection
Ferrite Check of SS Pipes Random On
3.3 % Ferrite Check Report - H R
(as Applicable) Weld
UT / RT RT Films, R
PR / Purchase
3.4 As applicable Surface & Internal Imperfections Reports & UT - H (Film review for
Specification
Reports RT)
Product Chemical, Tensile,
Identification of Test Lot as per H
3.5 Hardness, Impact, IGC and Other Test Reports - H
Samples specification.
test as applicable
PR / Purchase
3.6 Product Analysis Chemical Composition Test Reports - H R
Specification

Destructive Testing Tensile, Hardness, Impact, IGC Lot as per H


3.7 Test Reports - H
and Other test as applicable specification.
Inspection
Galvanizing
3.8 Integrity Of Galvanised Coating 100% Report - H R
(If Applicable)

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nee M ENGINEERS
CEL-
a ell Ewan,
Eigieg
I #11W1 alumni)
INDIA LIMITED FOR 6 81 0002 Rev. 5
- -

lot, Govt. of Indio Undellaking)


WELDED PIPES Page 5 of 6

SCOPE OF INSPECTION
SL QUANTUM
STAGE/ ACTIVITY CHARACTERISTICS RECORD SUB
NO. OF CHECK SUPPLIER EIL/TPIA
SUPPLIER

4.0 Final Inspection

Leak Check 100% RW


4.1 Hydrostatic Testing Test Report - H
(Min.5%)

Surface Condition, Straightness,


End Finish, Bevel Angle, Inspection RW
Visual and Dimensional 100%
4.2 Root Face, Outer Dia, Profile - H
Inspection (VDI) Report (Min.5%)
Thickness, Length,
End Finish, Marking etc

Weight Checking as Inspection


4.3 Weight 100% - H -
applicable Report
As Per EIL
PMI Check Spec. Inspection
4.4 Chemical Check - H RW
6-81-0001 report

Stamping of
Pipes which are Inspection
4.5 Final Stamping Stamping of Accepted Pipes - H H
witnessed by Report
EIL/TPIA.

5.0 Painting

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ORR FROAVA MOM (A Govt. of Indio Undettaking)
WELDED PIPES Page 6 of 6

SCOPE OF INSPECTION
SL QUANTUM
STAGE/ ACTIVITY CHARACTERISTICS RECORD SUB
NO. OF CHECK SUPPLIER EIL/TPIA
SUPPLIER
Rust Preventive Coating
Visual & Color Coding as Inspection
5.1 & Color Coding (As 100% - -
applicable Report
applicable)

6.0 Documentation & IC


Review of Stage Inspection
Documentation & Manufacturer
6.1 Reports / Test Reports & Issue of 100% - H H
Inspection Certificate(IC) TC & IC
IC

Legend: H- Hold (Do not proceed without approval), P-Perform, RW - Random Witness (As specified or 10% ( min.1 no. of each size and type of Bulk item)), R-
Review, W-Witness (Give due notice, work may proceed after scheduled date).

NOTES (As applicable):


1. This document describes the generic test requirements. Any additional test or Inspection scope if specified in contract documents shall also be
applicable.(Unless otherwise agreed upon)
2. Acceptance Norms for all the activities shall be as per PO/PR/STANDARDS referred there in /Job Specification /Approved Documents.
3. For orders placed on stockist, items shall be accepted based on manufacturer's TC with EN10204 type 3.2 certification from EIL approved suppliers.

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lakgINDIA LIMITED REQUIREMENTS FROM
mren ewaire mjvam) (A Gavt at India Undertaking)

BIDDERS Page 1 of 7

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SPECIFICATION FOR QUALITY


MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
REQUIREMENTS FROM BIDDERS

QMS QMS
1 12.03.15 General Revision Standards Standards MPJ SC
Committee Committee

QMS QMS
0 04.06.09 Issued as Standard Specification Standards Standards SCT ND
Committee Committee
Standards Standards
Committee Bureau
Rev. Checked
Date Purpose Prepared by Convener Chairman
No by
Approved by


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Abbreviations:

CV Curriculum Vitae
ISO International Organization for Standardization
MR Material Requisition
PO Purchase Order
PR Purchase Requisition
QA Quality Assurance
QMS Quality Management System

QMS Standards Committee

Convener: Mr. M.P. Jain

Members: Mr. A.K. Chaudhary (Insp.)


Mr. S.K. Kaul (C&P)
Mr. R.K. Trivedi (Engg.)
Mr. Ravindra Kumar (Const.)
Mr. Tilak Raj (Projects)
Mr. Vinod Kumar (CQA)

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Oiren
'A
Govt
At ' nth' Und"k"V) REQUIREMENTS FROM BIDDERS Page 3 of 7

CONTENTS

Clause Title Page


No.
1.0 SCOPE 4
2.0 DEFINITIONS 4
3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS 4
4.0 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM GENERAL 4
5.0 QUALITY SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 4
6.0 AUDITS 7
7.0 DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS 7

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1.0 SCOPE

This specification establishes the Quality Management System requirements to be


met by BIDDER for following purpose:

QMS requirements to be met by suppliers/contractors after award of work/


during contract execution.

2.0 DEFINITIONS
2.1 Bidder

For the purpose of this specification, the word "BIDDER" means the person(s), firm,
company or organization who is under the process of being contracted by EIL /
Owner for delivery of some products (including service). The word is considered
synonymous to supplier, contractor or vendor.

2.2 Project Quality Plan

Document tailored from Standard Quality Management System Manual of BIDDER,


specifying how the quality requirements of the project will be met.

2.3 Owner

Owner means the owner of the project for which services / products are being
purchased and includes their representatives, successors and assignees.

3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS



6-78-0002 Specification for Documentation Requirements from
Contractors
6-78-0003 Specification for Documentation Requirements from Suppliers

4.0 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM GENERAL

Unless otherwise agreed with EIL / Owner, the BIDDER proposed quality system
shall fully satisfy all relevant requirements of ISO 9001 "Quality Management
Systems Requirements." Evidence of compliance shall be current certificate of
quality system registration to ISO 9001 or a recent compliance audit recommending
registration from a certification agency. The quality system shall provide the
planned and systematic control of all quality related activities for execution of
contract. Implementation of the system shall be in accordance with BIDDER'S
Quality Manual and PROJECT specific Quality Plan.

5.0 QUALITY SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS


5.1 BIDDER shall prepare and submit for review / record, Project Quality Plan / Quality
Assurance Plan for contracted scope / job. The BIDDER'S Quality Plan shall
address all of the applicable elements of ISO 9001, identify responsible parties
within BIDDER'S organization, for the implementation / control of each area,
reference the applicable procedures used to control / assure each area, and verify
the documents produced for each area. The Project Quality Plan shall necessarily
define control or make reference to the relevant procedures, for design and
engineering, purchase, documentation, record control, bid evaluation, inspection,
production/manufacturing, preservation, packaging and storage, quality control at

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construction site, pre-commissioning, commissioning and handing over (as


applicable) in line with contract requirement and scope of work.

5.2 BIDDER shall identify all specified or implied statutory and regulatory requirements
and communicate the same to all concerned in his organization and his sub
contractor's organization for compliance.

5.3 BIDDER shall deploy competent and trained personnel for various activities for
fulfillment of PO / contract. BIDDER shall arrange adequate infrastructure and work
environment to ensure that the specification and quality of the deliverable are
maintained.

5.4 BIDDER shall do the quality planning for all activities involved in delivery of order.
The quality planning shall cover as minimum the following:

Resources
Product / deliverable characteristics to be controlled.
Process characteristics to ensure the identified product characteristics are
realized
Identification of any measurement requirements, acceptance criteria
Records to be generated
Need for any documented procedure

The quality planning shall result into the quality assurance plan, inspection and test
plans (ITPs) and job procedures for the project activities in the scope of bidder.
These documents shall be submitted to EIL/Owner for review/approval, before
commencement of work.

5.5 Requirements for sub-contracting / purchasing of services specified in contract /


tender shall be adhered to. In general all outsourced items will be from approved
vendors of EIL. Wherever requirements are not specified, or approved sub vendors
do not exist, the sub-contractor shall establish and maintain a system for purchasing
/ sub-contracting to ensure that purchased product / service conforms to specified
requirements. Criteria for selection of sub-contractor, evaluation, re-evaluation,
maintenance of purchasing data and verification of purchased product (sub-
contractor services), constitute important components of this requirement.

5.6 BIDDER shall plan and carry production and service provision under controlled
conditions. Controlled conditions shall include, as applicable

the availability of information that describes the characteristics of the product


the availability of work instructions
the use of suitable equipment
the availability and use of monitoring and measuring devices
the implementation of monitoring and measurement
the implementation of release, delivery and post-delivery activities

5.7 BIDDER shall validate any processes for production and service provision where
resulting output cannot be verified by subsequent monitoring and measurement.
This includes any process where deficiencies become apparent only after the
product is in use or service has been delivered.

5.8 BIDDER shall establish a system for identification and traceability of product /
deliverable throughout product realization. Product status with respect to inspection
and testing requirements shall be identified.


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5.9 BIDDER shall identify, verify, protect and safeguard EIL / Owner property (material /
document) provided for use or incorporation into the product. If any Owner / EIL
property is lost, damaged or otherwise found to be unsuitable for use, this shall be
reported to the EIL / Owner.

5.10 BIDDER shall ensure the conformity of product / deliverable during internal
processing and delivery to the intended destination. Requirements mentioned in the
tender shall be adhered to.

5.11 BIDDER shall establish system to ensure that inspection and testing activities are
carried out in line with requirements. Where necessary, measuring equipments
shall be calibrated at specified frequency, against national or international
measurement standards; where no such standard exists, the basis used for
calibration shall be recorded. The measuring equipments shall be protected from
damage during handling, maintenance and storage.

5.12 BIDDER shall ensure effective monitoring, using suitable methods, of the processes
involved in production and other related processes for delivery of the scope of
contract.

5.13 BIDDER shall monitor and measure the characteristics of the product/deliverable to
verify that product requirement has been met. The inspection (stage as well as
final) by BIDDER and EIL / Owner personnel shall be carried out strictly as per the
ITPs forming part of the contract. Product release or service delivery shall not
proceed until the planned arrangements have been satisfactorily completed, unless
otherwise approved by relevant authority and where applicable by Owner / EIL.

5.14 BIDDER shall establish and maintain a documented procedure to ensure that the
product which does not conform to requirements is identified and controlled to
prevent its unintended use or delivery

5.15 All non-conformities (NCs) / deficiencies found by the BIDDER'S inspection /


surveillance staff shall be duly recorded, including their disposal action shall be
recorded and resolved suitably. Effective corrective and preventive action shall be
implemented by the BIDDER so that similar NCs including deficiencies do not recur.

5.16 All deficiencies noticed and reported by EIL / Owner shall be analyzed by the
BIDDER and appropriate corrective and preventive actions shall be implemented.
BIDDER shall intimate EIL / Owner of all such corrective and preventive action
implemented by him.

5.17 BIDDER should follow the standards, specifications and approved drawings.
Concessions/Deviations shall be allowed only in case of unavoidable circumstances.
In such situations Concession/deviation request must be made by the BIDDER
through online system of EIL eDMS. URL of EIL eDMS is
http://edocx.eil . co . in/vportal.

5.18 BIDDER shall have documented procedure for control of documents.

5.19 All project records shall be carefully kept, maintained and protected for any damage
or loss until the project completion, then handed over to EIL / Owner as per contract
requirement (Refer Specification Nos. 6-78-0002 - Specification for Documentation
Requirements from Contractors and 6-78-0003 - Specification for Documentation
Requirements from Suppliers), or disposed as per relevant project procedure.

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6.0 AUDITS

BIDDER shall plan and carry out the QMS audit for the job. Quality audit programme
shall cover design, procurement, construction management and commissioning as
applicable including activities carried out by sub-vendors and sub-contractors. This
shall be additional to the certification body surveillance audits carried out under
BIDDER'S own ISO 9001 certification scheme.

The audit programmes and audit reports shall be available with bidder for scrutiny
by EIL / Owner. EIL or Owner's representative reserves the right to attend, as a
witness, any audit conducted during the execution of the WORKS.

In addition to above EIL, Owner and third party appointed by EIL/Owner may also
perform Quality and Technical compliance audits. BIDDER shall provide assistance
and access to their systems and sub-contractor / vendor systems as required for this
purpose. Any deficiencies noted shall be immediately rectified by BIDDER.

7.0 DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS

BIDDER shall submit following QMS documents immediately after award of work
(Within one week) for record / review by EIL / Owner.

Organization chart (for complete organization structure and for the project)
Project Quality Plan/Quality Assurance Plan
Job specific Inspection Test Plans, if not attached with PR
Job Procedures
Inspection/Test Formats

In addition to above QMS documents, following documentation shall be maintained


by the BIDDER for submission to EIL / Owner on demand at any point of time during
execution of the project.

Quality Manual
Certificate of approval for compliance to ISO: 9001 standard
Procedure for Control of Non-conforming Product
Procedure for Control of Documents
Sample audit report of the QMS internal and external audits conducted during
last one year
Customer satisfaction reports from at least 2 customers, during the last one
year
Project QMS audit report
Technical audit reports for the project
Corrective action report on the audits

Documents as specified above are minimum requirements. BIDDER shall submit


any other document/data required for completion of the job as per EIL/Owner
instructions.

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1 12.03.15 General Revision Standards Standards SC
Committee Committee

QMS QMS
0 04.06.09 Issued as Standard Specification Standards Standards SCT ND
Committee Committee
Standards Standards
Comm ifte Bureau
Rev. Prepared Checked
Date Purpose Convener Chairman
No by by
Approved by

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(t,ft. ENGINEERS
1i laWGNIIY INDIA LIMITED
ogire, efiTIWAnowAl (A Govt of Into Undertaking(
DOCUMENTATION
REQUIREMENTS FROM
No.
6-78-0003 Rev. 1
SUPPLIERS Page 2 of 8

Abbreviations:

DCI - Document Control Index


eDMS - Electronic Document Management System
FOA Fax of Acceptance
HOD Head of Division / Department
IC Inspection Certificate
IRN Inspection Release Note
ITP Inspection and Test Plan
LOA Letter of Acceptance
MOU Memorandum of Understanding
MR Material Requisition
PO Purchase Order
PR Purchase Requisition
PVC Polyvinyl Chloride
QMS Quality Management System
TPIA Third Party Inspection Agency
URL Universal Resource Locator

QMS Standards Committee

Convener: Mr. M.P. Jain

Members: Mr. A.K. Chaudhary (Insp.)


Mr. S.K. Kaul (C&P)
Mr. R.K. Trivedi (Engg.)
Mr. Ravindra Kumar (Const.)
Mr. Tilak Raj (Projects)
Mr. Vinod Kumar (CQA)

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ei ENGINEERS DOCUMENTATION No.
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011E71 ewaxedaagem)

(A Govt of India Undertaking) REQUIREMENTS FROM
SUPPLIERS Page 3 of 8

CONTENTS


Clause Title Page
No.
1.0 SCOPE 4
2.0 DEFINITIONS 4
3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS 4
4.0 DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS 4

Attachments
Format for completeness of Final Documentation Format No. 3-78-0004


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1.0 SCOPE
This specification establishes the Documentation Requirements from Suppliers.
All documents/data against the PO / PR / MR shall be developed and submitted to
EIL/Owner by the suppliers for review / records, in line with this specification.

2.0 DEFINITIONS

2.1 Supplier

For the purpose of this specification, the word "SUPPLIER" means the person(s),
firm, company or organization who is under the process of being contracted by EIL /
Owner for delivery of some products (including service). The word is considered
synonymous to bidder, contractor or vendor.

2.2 Owner

Owner means the owner of the project for which services / products are being
purchased and includes their representatives, successors and assignees.

3.0 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

6-78-0001 Specification for Quality Management System Requirements


from Bidders

4.0 DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS

4.1 Documents/Data to be Submitted by the Supplier

4.1.1 The Supplier shall submit the documents and data against the PO/PR/MR as per the
list given in respective PO/PR/MR.

4.1.2 Review of the supplier drawings by EIL would be only to review the compatibility with
basic designs and concepts and in no way absolve the supplier of his
responsibility/contractual obligation to comply with PR requirements, applicable
codes, specifications and statutory rules/regulations. Any error/deficiency noticed
during any stage of manufacturing/execution/installation shall be promptly corrected
by the supplier without any time and cost implications, irrespective of comments on
the same were received from EIL during the drawing review stage or not.

4.1.3 Unless otherwise specified, submission of documents for Review/Records shall


commence as follows from the date of Fax of Intent / Letter of Intent/ Fax of
Acceptance (FOA)/ Letter of Acceptance (LOA):
QMS - 1 week
Drawing/Document Control Index - 2 weeks
Other Documents/Drawings - As per approved Drawing/Document Control
Index/Schedule

4.1.4 Documents as specified in PO/PR/MR are minimum requirements. Supplier shall


submit any other document/data required for completion of the job as per EIL/Owner
instructions.

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4.2 Style and Formatting

4.2.1 All Documents shall be in ENGLISH language and in M.K.S System of units.

4.2.2 Before forwarding the drawings and documents, contractor shall ensure that the
following information are properly mentioned in each drawing:
Purchase Requisition Number
Name of Equipment / Package
Equipment / Package Tag No.
Name of Project
Client
Drawing / Document Title
Drawing / Document No.
Drawing / Document Revision No. and Date

43 Review and Approval of Documents by Supplier

4.3.1 The Drawing/Documents shall be reviewed, checked, approved and duly


signed/stamped by supplier before submission. Revision number shall be changed
during submission of the revised supplier documents and all revisions shall be
highlighted by clouds. Whenever the supplier require any sub-supplier drawings to be
reviewed by EIL, the same shall be submitted by the supplier after duly reviewed,
approved and stamped by the supplier. Direct submission of sub-supplier's drawings
without contractor's approval shall not be entertained.

4.4 Document Category

4.4.1 Review Category

Following review codes shall be used for review of supplier Drawings/Documents:

Review Code 1 No comments. Proceed with manufacture/


fabrication as per the document.
Review Code 2 Proceed with manufacture/fabrication as per
commented document. Revised document
required.
Review Code 3 Document does not conform to basic
requirements as marked. Resubmit for review
R Document is retained for Records. Proceed
with manufacture/fabrication.
V Void

4.5 Methodology for Submission of Documents to EIL/Owner

4.5.1 Document Control Index (DCI)

Supplier shall create and submit Document Control Index (DCI) for review based on
PO/PR/MR along with schedule date of submission of each drawing/document on EIL
eDMS. The DCI shall be specific with regard to drawing/document no. and the exact
title. Proper sequencing of the drawings/documents should be ensured in schedule
date of submission.


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4.5.2 Submission of Drawings/Documents


Drawings/documents and data shall be uploaded on the EIL eDMS Portal as per DCI.
The detail guidelines for uploading documents on EIL eDMS Portal are available on
following URL

http://edocx.eil.co.in/vportal

4.5.3 Statutory Approvals

Wherever approval by any statutory body is required to be taken by Supplier, the


Supplier shall submit copy of approval by the authority to EIL.

4.5.4 Details of Contact Persons of Supplier

After placement of order supplier shall assign a Project Manager for that order. The
details are to be filled online through the portal. The details include e-mail address,
mailing address, telephone nos., fax nos. and name of Project Manager. All the system
generated emails pertaining to that order shall be sent to the assigned Project
Manager.

4.5.5 Schedule and Progress Reporting

Supplier shall submit monthly progress report and updated procurement, engineering
and manufacturing status (schedule vs. actual) every month, beginning within 2 weeks
from FOA/LOA. In case of exigencies, EIL/Owner can ask for report submission as
required on weekly/fortnightly/adhoc basis depending upon supply status and supplier
shall furnish such reports promptly without any price implication. Format for progress
report shall be submitted by the Supplier during kick off meeting or within one week of
receiving FOA/LOA, whichever is earlier.

4.5.6 Quality Assurance Plan/Inspection and Test Plan


Inspection and test plans (ITP) attached if any, to the MR/PR are to be followed.
However for cases wherein ITPs have not been attached with MR/PR, Supplier shall
submit within one week of receiving FOA/LOA, the Quality Assurance Plan for
manufacturing, covering quality control of critical bought out items/materials,
inspection & testing at various stages of production, quality control records and site
assembly & testing as may be applicable to the specific order and obtain approval
from concerned Regional procurement Office of EIL/third party inspection agency, as
applicable.
For Package equipment contracts, the supplier shall prepare a list of items/
equipments and their inspection categorization plan for all items included in the scope
of supply immediately after receipt of order and obtains approval for the same from
EIL. The items shall be categorized into different categories depending upon their
criticality for the scope of inspection of TPIA and/or EIL.
4.5.7 Inspection Release Note (IRN)/ Inspection Certificate (IC)
IRN/ IC shall be issued by EIL Inspector/ third party inspection agency on the basis of
successful inspection, review of certificates as per specifications & agreed quality plan
(as applicable) and only after all the drawings/documents as per DCI are submitted
and are accepted under review code-1 or code R. Supplier shall ensure that necessary
documents/manufacturing and test certificates are made available to EIL/TPIA as and
when desired.

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SPECIFICATION FOR STANDARD SPECIFICATION
ENGINEERS DOCUMENTATION No.
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Note: Non fulfilling above requirement shall result into appropriate penalty or with-
holding of payment as per conditions of PO/PR/MR.

4.5.8 Transportation Plan


Transportation Plan for Over Dimensional Consignments (ODC), if any, shall be
submitted within 2 weeks of receiving FOA/LOA, for approval. Consignment with
parameters greater than following shall be considered as over dimensional.

Dimensions: 4 meters width x 4 meters height x 20 meters length

Weight : 32 MT

4.6 Final Documentation


4.6.1 As Built Drawings
Shop changes made by Supplier after approval of drawings under `Code 1' by EIL and
deviations granted through online system , if any, shall be marked in hard copies of
drawings which shall then be stamped 'As-built' by the supplier. These 'As-built'
drawings shall be reviewed and stamped by EIL Inspector/ TPIA also. Supplier shall
prepare scanned images files of all marked up 'As built' drawings. Simultaneously
Supplier shall incorporate the shop changes in the native soft files of the drawings
also.
4.6.2 As Built Final Documents
As built final documents shall be submitted as listed in PO/PR/MR.
4.6.3 Packing/Presentation of Final Documents
Final Documents shall be legible photocopies in A4, A3 size only. Drawings will be
inserted in plastic pockets (both sides transparent, sheet thickness minimum 0.1 mm)
with an extra strip of 12 mm wide for punching so that drawings are well placed.
Final Documentation shall be bound in Hard board Plastic folder(s) of size 265 mm x
315 mm (101 /2 inch x 12 1 /2 inch) and shall not be more that 75 mm thick. It may be of
several volumes and each volume shall have a volume number, index of volumes and
index of contents of that particular volume. Where number of volumes are more,
90mm thickness can be used. Each volume shall have top PVC sheet of minimum
0.15 mm thick duly fixed and pressed on folder cover and will have 2 lever clip. In
case of imported items documents, 4 lever clip shall also be accepted. All four corners
of folders shall be properly metal clamped. Indexing of contents with page numbering
must be incorporated by supplier. Spiral/Spico bound documents shall not be
acceptable. As mentioned above, books should be in hard board plastic folders with
sheets punched and having 2/4 lever clips arrangement.
Each volume shall contain on cover a Title Block indicating package Equipment Tag
No. & Name, PO/Purchase Requisition No., Name of Project and Name of Customer.
Each volume will have hard front cover and a reinforced spine to fit thickness of book.
These spines will also have the title printed on them. Title shall include also volume
number (say 11 of 15) etc.
4.6.4 Submission of Soft Copies
Supplier shall submit to EIL, the scanned images files as well as the native files of
drawings/documents, along with proper index.


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(L:ED'D ENGINEERS No.
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INDIA UMITED
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DOCUMENTATION
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In addition to hard copies, Supplier shall submit electronic file (CD-ROM) covering soft
copies of all the final drawings and documents, all text documents prepared on
computer, scanned images of all important documents (not available as soft files), all
relevant catalogues, manuals available as soft files (editable copies of drawings/text
documents, while for catalogues/manuals/proprietary information and data, PDF files
can be furnished).
All the above documents shall also be uploaded on the EIL eDMS portal.
4.6.5 Completeness of Final Documentation
Supplier shall get the completeness of final documentation verified by EIUTPIA and
attach the Format for Completeness of Final Documentation (Format No. 3-78-0004)
duly signed by EIL Inspector or TPIA as applicable to the document folder.


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INDIA LIMITED
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COMPLETENESS OF FINAL DOCUMENTATION

Name of Supplier/Contractor
Customer
Project
EIL's Job No.
Purchase Order No./
Contract No.

Purchase Requisition No./


Tender No. Rev. No. :

Name of the Work/


Equipment

Tag. No.
Supplier's/ Contractor's
Works Order No.

Certified that the Engineering Documents/ Manufacturing & Test Certificates submitted by the
supplier are complete in accordance with the Vendor Data Requirements of Purchase
Requisition.

Signature Signature
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Department Department

Supplier/Contractor EIL/TPIA

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CONTENTS

SR. NO. DESCRIPTION PAGE


NO.
1 Scope and General Introduction 3
2 Surface Preparation Methods 4
3 Paint Application 5
4 Inspection and Testing of Paint Material 6
5 Frequency of Painting and Guarantee 8
6 Paint Monitoring System 9
7 Area classification & recommended painting schemes 9
8 Detailed Paint Specifications 21
9 Building Paints 33
10 Standard For Color Coding of Pipelines and Equipment. 34
11 Standard For Color Coding of Storage Tanks 42
12 Painting System for Tanks 43
13 Painting System for Crude oil storage Tanks. 55
14 Annexure A (Crude tank painting specification) 63
15 Annexure B (Crude tank paint performance guarantee requirements) 69
16 Annexure C (Guarantee components) 70
17 Annexure D ( Proforma of bank guarantee) 71
18 Annexure E (Format of Indemnity bond) 74
19 Annexure F (Procedure for measurement of DFT) 78
20 Annexure G (Specification for TSAC) 83
21 Annexure - H (Sketches of Tanks Internal Painting) 94
22 Annexure I (Brand names of paints) 96

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1.0 SCOPE AND GENERAL INTRODUCTION

This specification is applicable to general requirements of painting / coating within BPCL,


Mumbai Refinery. These requirements must be fulfilled and complied for painting and coating
of all equipment, pipelines, and storage tanks when they are off stream /shutdown and new
fabrication. However on specific situational based recommendation from area inspection
engineer, painting may be carried out with certain cautious deviations from these
requirements such as painting without stipulated surface preparation. Painting includes
surface preparation, clean up and application of painting. As a part of the periodical review of
the specification, it has been reviewed the existing practices vis-a vis current industrial
practices and available products with reputed painting manufacturers for enhancing
effectiveness and durability of the painting systems.

Accordingly, revised painting specification has been prepared for implementation at BPCL
Mumbai Refinery. Scope of work covered in this specification shall include, but not limited to
the following:

Surface preparation
Selection and application of painting on:
a) Equipment including high temperature surfaces.
b) Piping
c) Steel Structures, buildings.
d) Storage Tanks
e) High temperature surfaces (Furnace casings, Stacks etc.).

1.1 Codes and standards

Following relevant international standards were considered.


SURFACE PREPARATION STANDARDS
a. Swedish Standards
b. Steel Structures Painting Council (SSPC)
c. NACE Standards
d. ISO 4624, ISO 2802

The contractor shall arrange, at his own cost, to keep a set of latest edition of all the reference
standards and codes at work site.

The paint manufacturers instructions shall be followed as far as practicable at all times.
Particular attention shall be paid to the following:

a) Instructions for storage (Shelf life)


b) Surface preparation prior to painting
c) Mixing and thinning
d) Application of paints and recommended limit on time intervals between coats
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2. 0 SURFACE PREPARATION METHODS

Most metallic articles that are usually given protective coatings are heavily contaminated and
require, at least, some cleaning treatment before the coating is applied. The importance of
surface preparation cannot be over emphasized as many investigations have shown
convincingly that the performance and durability of any protective coatings are, to a large
extent governed by the thoroughness of surface preparation. Often they concluded that
careful cleaning and preparation of the surface were more important than the quality of the
protective coating.

Surface contamination in the form of rust, scale, oil grease and dirt must be removed before
painting. Invisible contamination may also be present and represents, on the whole, a greater
hazard. Examples of the latter are soldering fluxes, perspiration in the form of hand marks,
chlorides from marine atmosphere and sulfite from industrial atmosphere.

The following table-1 gives surface preparation specification in the descending order.

TABLE 1: Surface Preparation in Descending Order of Effectiveness

Sl. No. Methods of cleaning Specifications NACE/SSPC/SIS-05-


5900
1. White metal blast NACE # 1, SSPC SP 5-63,SA-3
2. Near white metal blast NACE # 2, SSPC SP 10-63,SA-2.5
4. Acid Pickling SSPC SP 8-63,
5. Brush Blast NACE # 4, SSPC SP 7-63,SA-1
6. Flame Clean and Power Sanding SSPC SP 4-63
7. Power Tool Cleaning SSPC SP 3-63
8. Chip and Hand Wire Brush SSPC SP 2-63
9. Solvent Wipe SSPC SP 1-63

Note: (Sand blasting is not allowed in Refinery and MOT; hence Cu slag shall be used in all
such cases except crude oil tanks internals)
CU slag grading:

a. 0.2 to 2.4 mm - coarse sieve for paint & rust removal.


b. 0.4 to 1.5 mm for general new surfaces.

Cu slag is specified as a standard blasting material for BPCL-MR, as this will not create spark on
metal surface while blasting. Cu slag is not reusable, resulting in less / negligible surface
contamination.

2.1 Inspection of blasted steel surface

For the purpose of inspecting the blasted steel surface with cu slag abrasive, the respective
Visual standards can be utilized.

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White metal blast (SSPC 5-63, NACE No.1, and SA-3)

This is defined as removing all rust, scale, paint etc. to a clean white metal which has a
uniform Grey white appearance. Streaks and stains of rust or other contaminants are not
allowed.

Near white metal (SSPC 10-63, NACE No.2, SA 2.5)

This provides a surface of about 95% as clean as white metal. Light shades and streaks are not
allowed.

Commercial blast (SSPC 6-63, NACE No.3, SA 2)

This type of blast is more difficult to describe. It essentially amounts to about 2/3 of a white
metal blast, which allows for very slight residues of rust and paint in the form of staining.

Brush of blast (SSPC 7-63, NACE No.4 SA-1)

This preparation calls for removal of loose rust, paint, scales, etc. Tightly adherent paint, rust
and scale is permitted to remain.

2.2 Pictorial Standards of different surface preparation to be adopted

During surface preparation operations, the surface condition obtained has to be compared
with pictorial standards available for getting the specified condition.

3. 0 PAINT APPLICATION

The purpose of painting/coating application is to develop a continuous highly adherent film


with an even thickness over the substrate. To achieve this, various factors have to be
considered such as type of coatings and weather conditions, application methods etc

APPLICATION RESTRICTIONS

For all cases, paint manufacturer guidelines shall be followed. Following restrictions are given
as recommended practices:

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

2. Coating application shall not be permitted when the relative humidity is 85 percent or
above.

3. Coating application shall not be permitted when the steel surface temperature and/or
ambient temperature is below 10C (50F) .

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4. Coating application shall not be permitted when the steel surface temperature and/or
ambient temperature is above 50C (120F).

5. Coating application shall not be permitted when the steel surface temperature is less than
3C (5F) above the dew point.

6. Humidity and dew point readings shall be taken by contractor with a sling Psychrometric
meter and calculated using psychrometric tables. Readings shall be taken prior to coating
operations commencing and at least every four hours while coating application is ongoing.

7. Coatings shall not be applied before the surface has been inspected and the preparatory
work approved.

8. All sharp projections shall be ground to min. 2 mm radius and a thick stripe coat shall be
applied at sharp edges.

9. Fresh water blasting or fresh water mopping shall be carried out on Salt water spray areas
before application of primer to remove the salts deposited on metal surface. Mopping can
be repeated before application of other coats to remove salts deposited on previous
coats, if such deposits are suspected. The permissible Chloride content for water used
shall be 50 ppm maximum.

4.0 INSPECTION AND TESTING OF PAINTING MATERIAL

1) Painting Contractor shall procure from approved manufacturers as given below:


Akzo Nobel paints
Asian Paints PPG Ltd
Berger paints Ltd
CDC Carboline Ltd
Goodlass Nerolac Paints Ltd
Growel India (old - Bombay Paints)
Hempel paints
Jotun coatings
Kirloskar corrocoats
PPG Ind USA ( Sigma Coatings & Amercoat )
Shalimar paints Ltd.

Additional manufacturers may be approved by BPCL Inspection, subjecting to technical


evaluation. All the procured paint material along with batch/test certificates shall be
offered for BPCL inspection for approval. Remaining Shelf life shall be at least 90% of
the total duration at the inspection above.

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2) All paint materials shall be accompanied by Manufacturer Test Certificate. All zinc
based paints shall have minimum 85% of metallic Zinc by weight of total solids on dry
film. Glass flake epoxies shall have minimum 20% of glass flake pigments in dry film by
weight of total pigments.

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

4) Minimum suggested stages of inspection shall be:

a. Surface Preparation
b. Primer application
c. Each coat of paint

5) All defects noticed during stages of inspection, shall be rectified free of cost by the
contractor. All records shall be kept by the contractor.

6) To avoid rework it is preferable to take wet film thickness measurements during


painting in order to ascertain the adequacy and uniformity of thickness.

7) Dry film thickness shall be taken on each coat after drying and curing of the coat. Dry
film thickness (DFT) readings shall be taken using a non-destructive dry film thickness
instrument capable of storing the readings. Sufficient readings shall be taken covering
each coat prior to application of the following coat to ensure the correct required DFT.
The DFT indicated against each system shall be obtained by applying one or more coat
of the paint based on paint properties. The Contractor is responsible to obtain the
indicated DFT as per painting system specification.

8) DFT meter used shall be calibrated before each inspection and shall be witnessed by
the Inspector. It is the duty of the Inspector to satisfy him/herself with the
performance of the DFT meter.

9) Frequency of inspection and criteria for acceptance of painting work shall be in


accordance with the following table - 2:

TABLE 2:

Test Standard Frequency Acceptance criteria


Surface ISO 8501-1 One per ten (10) Sa 2
cleanliness square meters
Surface Profile ISO 8503-2 One per ten (10) As per coating procedure / data
square meters sheet
Total Soluble ISO 8502-9 One per twenty (20) <5g/cm2
salt square meters or
contamination minimum 5 tests
whichever is more.
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Dust ISO 8502-3 One per ten (10) Rating 2 or better
square meters
Adhesion ISO 4624 One pretest panel, 5 MPa
per shift
Holiday NACE RP0188 100% of surface Zero defects
Detection
Dry Film SSPC PA-2 As per Annexure F Shall not be less than 80 % and
Thickness more than 120 % of Specified
dry film thickness (DFT).
Wet Film ISO 2802 One per ten (10) Consistent with providing
Thickness square meters required DFT

10) Each contractor shall deploy adequate number of NACE CIP Level 1 qualified coating
inspectors to monitor and inspect the surface preparation, storage, handling, mixing
and application on substrate of the painting/coating and to ensure the compliance of
this specification. The Inspection test plan which will be mandatory part of the
contract shall be prepared by the above qualified inspector and get approved by BPCL.
The CONTRACTORs qualified coating inspector and BPCL shall sign an inspection
report as per approved inspection test plan. The report shall consist, as a minimum, of
the following in addition to the inspection parameters and acceptable criteria as above
table - 2.

Names of the APPLICATOR and the responsible personnel.


Dates when work was carried out.
Equipment and techniques used.
Type and calibration of instruments used.
Weather and ambient conditions.

11) Each contractor shall possess relevant standards and deploy all inspection
tool/instrument to carry out the all above inspection and testing as per relevant
standard.

12) For coating different color shades to be used for primer and intermediate coats, for
ease in monitoring & identification of number of coats.

5.0 FREQUENCY & GUARANTEE

Painting system frequency & guarantee except crude oil tank shall be AS follows:
a. For surfaces painted after Blasting as surface preparation 5 years

b. For surfaces painted after Manual Cleaning as surface preparation 4 years

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c. For area within 100 m radius of Sea water cooling tower area (salt water spray area), 3
years.
d. Guarantee period shall be same as frequency.
e. Paint material shall be procured from approved manufacturers who also will stand
guarantee as above clause.
f. For all internal lining / painting works, manufacturers laboratory test statement /
Laboratory Paint performance certificates to be checked for specified services at design /
operating conditions. Material shall be procured from only those approved manufacturers
who will meet the above stated criteria.
g. For crude oil tanks frequency and guarantee shall be as per point no. 13

6.0 PAINT MONITORING SYSTEM

All painting works shall be mentioned (sign writing) with date of completion and PO no. at
site/structure. These would facilitate defects observations and would also be basis for
evaluation of the painting contractor /paint system and manufacturer for future works.

7. 0 AREA CLASSIFICATION & RECOMMENDED PAINTING SCHEMES

A) PAINTING SYSTEMS USING Cu-SLAG BLASTING TO Sa 2.5 (Min. Profile 50 microns) AS


SURFACE PREPARATION

SYSTEM 1:

FOR EXTERNAL SURFACE OF VESSEL, EQUIPMENT / COLOUMN / PIPING, & ALL


STRUCTURAL UP TO 100 0C TEMP.

(All areas in refinery including , Pipe Track No 14 , Pipe Track No. 9, SRU, ARU, CRU,
FCCU (MEROX), CCU (Gas Treater), Pipe Track No. 7, CDU-VDU, HGU, Hydro Cracker,
DHDS, New SRU, LOBS, DM Water Plant, Area, Pipe Track No. 4 & 5 (Along Road No. 4
Up To Road No. 5 & Along Road No. 5 Up to Road No. 6), MINAS, SWPH, FLARE, JETTY,
Jawahar Island & Acid/Caustic Tanks).

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
P1 Inorganic Zinc Ethyl Silicate Primer 1 x65 Air Spray / Airless
High build two pack polyamide cured
F1 2 x 100 Spray / Brush
epoxy
Aliphatic acrylic modified high solids
Spray /
U1 weather resistant recoatable two pack 1 x 40
Roller/Brush
polyurethane (finish coat)
Total DFT 305

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SYSTEM- 2:

OLD SEA WATER COOLING TOWER/RMP CT AROUND COOLING TOWER OF 100 M


RADIUS (SALT WATER SPRAY AREA)

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
P1 Inorganic Zinc Ethyl Silicate Primer 1 x 65 Air Spray / Airless
Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds)
two component internally flexibilised high
build surface tolerant epoxy pigmented
F2 2 x 120 Spray/Brush
with Aluminium & Lamellar Micaceous
Iron oxide coating

Aliphatic acrylic modified high solids


Spray/Roller/
U1 weather resistant recoatable two pack 1 x 40
Brush
polyurethane (finish coat)
Total DFT 345

Note: Salt water spray areas will require fresh water blasting or fresh water (Max. Chloride
content 50 ppm) mopping shall be carried out on Salt Water spray areas, before application of
primer, to remove the salts deposited on metal surface. Mopping can be repeated before
application of other coats to remove salts deposited on previous coats, if such deposits are
suspected.

SYSTEM-3:

FOR INSULATED EQUIPMENTS/VESSELS/COLUMNS/PIPELINES UPTO 200 0C TEMP.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Two component high solid High
temperature (up to 200deg c dry heat) 2 x 125 Spray /Brush
T8
Phenolic CUI (corrosion under insulation)
epoxy coating.
Total DFT 250

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SYSTEM-4:

FOR INSULATED NON-CRITICAL EQUIPMENT AND PIPELINES FROM 200 0C TO 400 0 C TEMP.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
P1 Inorganic Zinc Ethyl Silicate Primer 1 x 65 Air Spray / Airless
AND
Oleo resinous based heat resistant
Aluminium paint
T4 2 X 25 Brush
(Temperature Resistance:250 0C )

OR
Silicon Based Heat Resistant Aluminum
Paint.
T6 (Temperature Resistance :from 250 to - 2 x 20 Brush
400 0C)

Total DFT 115/105

SYSTEM - 5:

FOR INSULATED NON-CRITICAL EQUIPMENT AND PIPELINES FROM 400 0C TO 540 0 C TEMP.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Silicon Based Heat Resistant Aluminum
T6 Paint. 3 x 20 Brush

SYSTEM 6:

FOR INSULATED CRITICAL EQUIPMENT (CARBON STEEL, LTCS, LOW ALLOY STEEL) LIKE
VESSELS/RACTORS/COLUMNS/ EQUIPMENTS 200 0C TO 540 0 C TEMP.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application

Thermal spray Aluminium coating (TSAC) 250 TSAC


TSA
Refer Annexure G

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SYSTEM - 7:
FOR UN INSULATED EQUIPMENTS/ VESSELS/ COLOUMNS/ PIPE LINES / FURNACES FROM 100
0
C TO 400 0C TEMP.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
P1 Inorganic Zinc Ethyl Silicate Primer 1 x 65 Air Spray / Airless
AND
Oleo resinous based heat resistant
Aluminium paint
T4 2X25 Brush
(Temperature Resistance:250 0C )

OR
Silicon Based Heat Resistant Aluminum
Paint.
T6 (Temperature Resistance :from 250 to 400 2 x 20 Brush
0
C)

Total DFT 115/105

SYSTEM - 8:

FOR UN INSULATED EQUIPMENTS/ VESSELS/ COLOUMNS/ PIPE LINES / FURNACES FROM 400
0
C TO 540 0C TEMP.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Silicon Based Heat Resistant Aluminum
T6 Paint. 2 x 20 Brush

SYSTEM - 9:

FOR INSULATED/UNINSULATED ABOVE 100 DEG C TURBINES, COMPRESSORS,


BLOWERS, STACKS.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Bituminous Stack Black
T2 2 x 35 Brush
(Temperature Resistance:200 0C )
OR
Zinc Dust Graphite Paint (Temperature
T3 2 x 30 Brush
Resistance:450 0C )
Total DFT 70/60

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SYSTEM- 10:

UNDERGROUND, UNDER SOIL (BURIED) PIPELINES UP TO 50 DEG C FOR OTHER THAN


PLANT AREA i. e. EXCLUSIVELY FOR OFFSITE AREA

Generic name of the coating Thickness Method of Application


(mm)
Anti Corrosive Tape 2 x 2 mm Manual
Total DFT 4 mm

Notes:

1. Carry out shot blasting of the surface to Sa 2.5 finish.


2. Apply one coat of synthetic primer conforming to AWWA 203/2003 and IS 15337/2003
standards. The primer shall be compatible with the hot applied tape.
3. Use 2 layers of 2 mm thick each hot applied anti-corrosive tape conforming to AWWA
203/2003 and IS 15337/2003 standards.
4. Both the primer and tape shall be of one manufacturer for compatibility.
5. Ensure that the tape is tightly wound on the pipe.
6. Spirally wrap the self adhesive tape on the primed surface with 25 mm overlap.
7. The length of the tape shall be kept sufficiently extra to complete the length of the
pipeline.
8. The spiral joint if any shall have 25 mm overlap.
9. The tape coated pipes and the field joint coated area shall be holiday tested using
portable holiday tester using 12,000 volts.
10. Weld joints shall be coated only after hydro test.

SYSTEM - 11:

UNDERGROUND, UNDER SOIL (BURIED) PIPELINES / STRUCTURES/VESSELS UP TO 100


DEG C

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate primer
P2 1 x 60 Spray
F3 Epoxy Glass Flake (Amine Adduct) 2 x 200 Spray
Total DFT 460

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SYSTEM - 12:

UNDERGROUND, UNDER SOIL (BURIED) PIPELINES / VESSELS FROM 100 TO 480 DEG. C FOR CS
AND 600 DEG. C FOR SS SURFACES.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Heat resistant Engineered Polysiloxane
T9 3x125 Spray

Total DFT 375

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


CLEANING TO St3 AS SURFACE PREPARATION.

SYSTEM 13:

FOR EXTERNAL SURFACE OF VESSEL, EQUIPMENT / COLOUMN / PIPING / ALL STRUCTURAL


UP TO 100 0C TEMP.

(All areas in refinery including, Pipe Track No 14 , Pipe Track No. 9, SRU, ARU, CRU, FCCU
(MEROX), CCU (Gas Treater), Pipe Track No. 7, CDU-VDU, HGU, Hydro Cracker, DHDS, New
SRU, LOBS, DM Water Plant, Pipe Track No. 4 & 5 (Along Road No. 4 Up To Road No. 5 &
Along Road No. 5 Up to Road No. 6), MINAS, SWPH, FLARE, JETTY, Jawahar Island &
Acid/Caustic Tanks).

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Self Priming surface tolerant Epoxy Mastic
P4 1 x 125 Brush
Paint
High build two pack polyamide cured epoxy.
F1 1 x 125 Brush
Aliphatic acrylic modified high solids weather
U1 resistant recoatable two pack polyurethane 1 x 40 Roller/ Brush
(finish coat)
Total DFT 290

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SYSTEM - 14:

OLD SEA WATER COOLING TOWER/RMP CT AROUND COOLING TOWER OF


100 M RADIUS (SALT WATER SPRAY AREA)

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
P4 Self Priming Epoxy Mastic Paint 1 x 125 Brush
Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) two
component internally flexibilised high build
F2 surface tolerant epoxy pigmented with 1 x 125 Brush
Aluminium & or Lamellar Micaceous Iron
oxide coating
Aliphatic acrylic high solids weather resistant
U1 recoatable two pack polyurethane (finish 1 x 40 Roller/ Brush
coat)
Total DFT 290

Note: Salt water spray areas will require fresh water blasting or fresh water (Max. Chloride
content 50 ppm) mopping shall be carried out on Salt Water spray areas, before application
of primer, to remove the salts deposited on metal surface. Mopping can be repeated
before application of other coats to remove salts deposited on previous coats, if such
deposits are suspected

SYSTEM-15:

FOR ALL AREAS IN REFINERY EXCEPT ABOVE INCLUDING PUMPS / MOTORS / BLOWERS
/ELECTRICAL PANELS

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
P4 Self Priming Epoxy Mastic Paint 1 x 125 Brush
Aliphatic acrylic modified high solids weather 1X40 Brush
U1 resistant recoatable two pack polyurethane
(finish coat)

Total DFT 165


OR
P2 Epoxy Red Oxide Zinc Phosphate Primer 1 x 60 Brush
B1 Synthetic Enamel Paint 2 x 25 Brush
Total DFT 110

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SYSTEM 16:

FOR INSULATED EQUIPMENTS / VESSELS / COLUMNS / PIPELINES UPTO 200 0C TEMP.


Note: SURFACE PREPARATION (Cu-SLAG BLASTING TO Sa 2.5 (Min. Profile 50 microns)

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Two component high solid, High
temperature(up to 200deg c dry heat) 2 x125 Spray /Brush
T8
Phenolic CUI (corrosion under insulation)
epoxy coating
Total DFT 250

SYSTEM 17:

FOR INSULATED EQUIPMENTS / VESSELS / COLUMNS / PIPELINES WITH OUT HEAT TRACER
BELOW 100 0C. (For recoating of existing similar type of paint system)

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) two
component internally flexibilised high build
F2 surface tolerant epoxy pigmented with 2 x 100 Spray/Brush
Aluminium & Lamellar Micaceous Iron oxide
coating
Total DFT 200

SYSTEM 18:

FOR INSULATED EQUIPMENTS / VESSELS / COLUMNS / PIPELINES WITH HEAT TRACER


Above 100 0C. (For recoating of existing similar type of paint system).

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Zinc Dust Graphite.
T3 (Temperature Resistance : up to 450 0C) 2 x 30 Brush

Total DFT 60
OR

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Silicon Based Heat Resistant Aluminum Paint.
T6 2 x 20 Brush
(Temperature Resistance :250 - 540 0C)
Total DFT 40
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SYSTEM 19:

FOR UN INSULATED EQUIPMENTS / VESSELS / COLOUMNS / PIPE LINES / FURNACES ABOVE 200
0
C TEMP.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Oleo resinous Based Heat Resistant
Aluminum Paint
T4 2 x 25 Brush
(Temperature Resistance: up to 250 0C)

Silicon Based Heat Resistant Aluminum Paint


T6 (Temperature Resistance : 250 540 0C) 2 x 20 Brush

Total DFT 50 / 50

SYSTEM 20:

FOR INSULATED/ UN-INSULATED TURBINES / COMPRESSORS/ BLOWERS /


STACKS ABOVE 100 0C TEMP.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Bituminous Stack Black
T2 (Temperature Resistance:200 0C ) 2 x 35 Brush

OR
Zinc Dust Graphite Paint (Temperature
T3 Resistance:450 0C ) 2 x 40 Brush

Total DFT 70/80

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C) INTERNAL PAINTING OF EQUIPMENT AND STOTRAGE TANKS Cu-SLAG BLASTING TO Sa 2.5
(Min. Profile 50 microns) AS SURFACE PREPARATION

SYSTEM 21:

FOR EQUIPMENT STEAM DRUM/STEAM CONDENSATE POT

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
Boiler composition interior paint(hot wet
T1 metal surface) 2 x 35 Brush

Total DFT 70

SYSTEM 22:
FOR OVERHEAD PRODUCT ACCUMULATIONS EQUIPMENTS

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application

P2 Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate primer 1x60 Spray


F10 Epoxy Glass Flake (Amine Adduct) 1 x 200 Spray
Total DFT 260

SYSTEM 23:

FOR EQUIPMENTS-KOD/AIR VESSEL (NORMALLY BOTTOM SECTION), VESSELS


CARRYING SALT WATER, EXCHANGER TUBE SHEETS, FLOAT HEAD, CHANNEL AND
CHANNEL COVERS OF NON-FERROUS COOLERS & CONDENSERS.

Note : Surface preparation St2, St3 (manual/power tool cleaning shall be accepted as suit
to site condition)
Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of
Type (Microns) Application
F7 Epoxy Coal Tar Paint 2 x 100 Brush
Total DFT 200

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SYSTEM 24:

EXCHANGER TUBE SHEET, FLOAT HEAD, CHANNEL AND CHANNEL COVERS OTHER THAN
NON-FERROUS COOLERS & CONDENSERS.
Note: Surface preparation Sa 2.5

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
F9 Solvent free amine cured epoxy reinforced 2 x 500 Spray
with glass flakes.

Total DFT 1000

SYSTEM 25:

FOR LPG MOUNDED BULLETS (only from 4O clock to 8O clock position area)

Note: Application of primer shall be as per Manufacturers Specifications.


In case the primer is not recommended by the paint manufacturer, then total DFT of the
finished paint system shall be 660 microns

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
P6 Two Component polyamide cured epoxy 1 X60 Spray
primer.
F5 Two Component solvent free amine cured 2 X 300 Air less spray
epoxy coating.
Total DFT 660

D) OTHER PAINTING SYSTEMS:

SYSTEM- 26:
FOR GI SURFACES (EXCLUDING GALVANISED THICKNESS)
Note: surface preparation is only cleaning of dust/oil contamination.

Paint PAINT TYPE DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
P7 Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate primer 1X60 Brush/roller
suitable for GI surfaces.
U1 Aliphatic acrylic modified recoatable two 1X40 Brush/roller
pack polyurethane (finish coat)
Total DFT 100
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E) SPECIAL PAINTING / COATING SYSTEM

SYSTEM-27:

EXTERNAL THERMAL INDICATIVE PAINT FOR COLD COLLECTOR VESSELS OF REFORMER


FURNACES (HGU & NHGU, FCCU REGENERATOR ): ABRASIVE CU SLAG SHOT BLASTING TO
SA 2.5.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
P1 Inorganic Zinc Ethyl Silicate Primer 1x65 Air Spray / Airless
T10 A single pack, temperature indicating paint 2X25 Air spray
based upon a modified silicone (Intertherm
715 of AKZONBEL equivalent). (The colour to
change from green to blue at temperatures
between 180-220C (356-428F), and from
blue to white at temperatures between 310-
350C (590-662F).
Total DFT 115

SYSTEM-28 :

SEA COOLING WATER SERVICE INTERNAL LINING OG 30NB DIA AND ABOVE IN RMP UNITS:
SURFACE PREPARATION: ABRASIVE CU SLAG SHOT BLASTING TO SA 2.5

Note: Application of primer shall be as per Manufacturers Specifications.


In case the primer is not recommended by the paint manufacturer, then total DFT of the
finished paint system shall be 1065 microns
Detail procedure shall get approved from BPCL inspection in line with indicative system.

Paint Generic name of the paint DFT Method of


Type (Microns) Application
P1 Inorganic Zinc Ethyl Silicate Primer 1 x 65 Spray
Solvent free, epoxy cured with
polyamine/modified polyamine/polyamine
adduct coating reinforced with glass
F9 2X500
fibre/flakes. SIGMAA SHIELD 905 of Sigma
Spray
coatings, INTERLINE 925 GF of Akzo Nobel, or
equivalent as approved.
Total DFT 1065

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8.0 DETAILED PAINT SPECIFICATIONS

8.1 LIST OF PRIMERS & FINISH PAINTS

Note: For all internal lining / internal painting works, manufacturers laboratory test statement /
Laboratory Paint performance certificates to be submitted by paint manufacturers & checked
apart from material test certificates for specified services at operating temperature and
condition. Material shall be procured from only those approved manufacturers who will meet the
above stated criteria.

SR. PAINT SPECIFIED VOL.


PRIMER
NO. TYPE SOLIDS
Inorganic Zinc ethyl silicate primer (Minimum 85% Zinc
1 P1 60 2 %
dust by weight in the dried film)
2 Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate primer P2 50 2 %
3 Self priming surface tolerant epoxy mastic paint P4 80 2 %
4 Amine Adduct Cured Epoxy Holding Primer P5 60 3 %
5 Two Component Polyamide cured Epoxy Primer P6 57%2 %
Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate PRIMER SUITABLE FOR
6 P7 50 3 %
GI SURFACE
FINISH PAINTS
7 High build two pack ployamide cured epoxy F1 60 2%
Low VOC High build Surface tolerant Epoxy pigmented
8 F2 80%
with Al, Micaceous iron oxide

9 Epoxy glass flake paint (amine adduct -Buried Pipelines) F3 87 3%


10 Two pack Epoxy based tank liner (Amine cured) F4 60 2 %
Two Component solvent free amine cured epoxy
11 F5 100%
(Immersion services)
12 Solvent Free Epoxy amine cured (Potable Water ) F6 100%
13 Epoxy coal tar paint (Immersion Grade) F7 64 2%
Solvent free amine cured epoxy reinforced with glass
14 F9 100
flakes. (Sea Water Pipeline internal)
Epoxy glass flake paint (amine adduct)(IMMERSION
15 F10 90 3%
SERVICES)
HIGH TEMPERATURE PAINTS
16 Boiler composition T1 40 2 %
17 Bituminous stack black T2 40 2 %
18 Zinc dust graphite paint T3 40 2 %
Oleoresinous based heat resistant Aluminium paint (up
19 T4 30 2 %
to 250 deg. C)

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SR. PAINT SPECIFIED VOL.
PRIMER
NO. TYPE SOLIDS
Silicone Heat resistant Aluminum paint (400 - 600 deg.
20 T6 28 2 %
C)
Two component high solid, high temperature phenolic
21 CUI (corrosion under insulation Epoxy coating (UP TO T8 67 2%
200 DEG. C)
22 Heat resistant Engineered Polysiloxane T9 75 2%
Temperature indicating paint based upon modified
23 T10 42 2%
silicone
Two component high solid High temperature (suitable
24 up to minimum 120 deg C. immersed heat) phenolic / T11 67 2%
phenolic novalac epoxy coating.
POLYURETHANE PAINTS
Acrylic Aliphatic weather resistant recoatable
25 U1 2%
polyurethane paint
ALKYD BASED PAINT
26 Synthetic enamel paint B1 40 2 %
27 Oil based Aluminium paint B2 40 2 %

For Brand Names Refer Annexure - I

8.2 PAINT SPECIFICATIONS

PDS: Product Data Sheets.

PRIMER

1) Inorganic Zinc Ethyl Silicate Primer (P1):


Colour : Grey
Finish : Matt
Type : 2 pack inorganic ethyl silicate
Application : By brush or Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 60 70 m
Pigment (main) : Minimum 85% Zinc dust by weight in the
dried film
Volume solids : 60 2%
Area coverage (theoretical) : 6 to 7 sq.m/litre
Surface dry : 2 hrs.
Hard dry : 24 hrs.
Over coating : As per Manufacturers PDS
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS

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Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS
Temperature Resistance : 400 0C
2) Epoxy Red Oxide Zinc Phosphate Primer (P2):

Colour : Red
Finish : Semi gloss
Application : Airless/Airspray/Brush
Pigment (main) : Zinc phosphate content minimum 5 10 %
by weight of the total pigments
Type of epoxy : Condensation product of bisphenol A and
epichlorohydrin with terminal Epoxide
groups.
Curing agent : Polyamide (amine value 210-230)
Volume solids : 50 2 %
DFT : 60 - 70 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) : 8 - 10 sq.m / litre
Surface dry : 8 hrs.
Hard dry : 24 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

3) Self Priming Surface Tolerant Epoxy Mastic Paint (P4):

Colour : As desired
Finish : Semi-Glossy
Type : Two pack
Application : By brush or Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 100 125 m
Volume solids : 80 2 %
Area coverage (theoretical) : 6.5 to 8 sq.m/litre
Surface dry : 6 hrs.
Hard dry : 16 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

4) Amine /Amine Adduct Cured Epoxy Holding Primer (P5):

Colour : Red brown / greenish grey /self standard


Finish : Low Metallic Sheen
Type : Two pack
Application : By brush or Airless spray

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Dry film thickness/coat : 60 m
Volume solids : 60 3 %
Area coverage (theoretical) : 12 sq.m/litre
Surface dry : 2 hrs.
Hard dry : 16 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

5) Two Component Polyamide Cured Epoxy Holding Primer : (P6):

Colour : Yellow / Green /self standard


Finish : Egg shell
Type : Two Packs
Application : Airless Spray, Air Spray, Brush, Roller
DFT per coat : 60 microns
Volume Solids : 57 3 %
Theoretical Coverage : 11.4M / Lt. @ 50 DFT
Surface Dry (25 Deg C) : 1.5 hrs.
Hard Dry (25 Deg C) : 16 hrs.
Minimum Over coating Time : As per Manufacturers PDS
Maximum Over coating Time : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf Life : As per Manufacturers PDS

6) Epoxy Red Oxide Zn Phosphate Primer Suitable For GI Surfaces: (P7):

Colour : Red
Finish : Semi gloss
Application : Airless/Airspray/Brush
Pigment (main) : Zinc phosphate content minimum 5 10 %
by weight of the total pigments
Type of epoxy : Condensation product of bisphenol A and
epichlorohydrin with terminal Epoxide
Curing agent : Polyamide (amine value 210-230)
Volume solids : 50 3 %
DFT : 60 - 70 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) : 8 - 10 sq.m / litre
Surface dry : 8 hrs.
Hard dry : 24 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

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FINISHED PAINTS

7) High Build Two Pack Polyamide Cured Epoxy (F1):

Colour : White /Grey


Finish : Semi Gloss / Matt
Type : Two Packs
Application : By brush or Air/Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 100-150 m
Volume solids : 60 2%
Area coverage (theoretical) : 8 to 10 sq. m/ litre
Surface dry : 4 hrs.
Hard dry : 24 hrs.
Over coating : As per Manufacturers PDS
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

8) Low VOC High Build Surface Tolerant Epoxy Pigmented with Al & Micaceous Iron Oxide
(F2):

Colour : Aluminum / Grey / Red


Finish : Egg Shell
Type : Two Packs
Application : Airless Spray, Air Spray, Brush, Roller
DFT per coat : 125 25 microns
Volume Solids : 80
Theoretical Coverage : 5.30 square meters per liter at 150 microns
DFT
Surface Dry (25 Deg C) : 6 hrs
Hard Dry (25 Deg C) : 16 hrs
Minimum Over coating Time : As per Manufacturers PDS
Maximum Over coating Time : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf Life : As per Manufacturers PDS

9) Epoxy Glass Flake Paint (Amine Adduct) for Buried pipelines) (F3):

Colour : As desired
Finish : Semi-Glossy
Type : Two packs
Application : By brush or Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 200 210 m
Volume solids : 87 3%
Area coverage (theoretical) : 4 to 4. 5 sq.m/litre
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Surface dry : 8 hrs.
Hard dry : 24 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Over coating : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

10) Two Pack Epoxy Based Tank Liner (Amine Cured) (F4):

Colour : White/Grey
Finish : matt
Type : Two pack
Application : By brush or Airless spray
Volume solids : 60 2%
Type of epoxy : Condensation product of bisphenol-A and
epichlorohydrin with terminal epoxide
groups.
Dry film thickness /coat : 75 - 125 microns
Spreading rate : 4 5 sq.m / litre
Surface dry : 2-3 hrs.
Hard dry : 16-24 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

11) Two Component Solvent Free Amine Cured Epoxy Immersed Services (F5):

Colour : Green / Off white


Finish : Glossy
Type : Two Packs
Application : Airless Spray, Air Spray
DFT per coat : 300
Volume Solids : 100 %
Theoretical Coverage : 3.3 M / Lt. @ 300 DFT
Surface Dry (25 Deg C) : 8 hrs.
Hard Dry (25 Deg C) : 24 hrs
Minimum Over coating Time : As per Manufacturers PDS
Maximum Over coating Time : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf Life : As per Manufacturers PDS

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12) Solvent Free Epoxy Amine Cured (Potable Water Certificate) (F6):

Colour : green / white


Finish : Glossy / semi gloss
Type : Two pack
Application : By brush or Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 300 m
Volume solids : 100 %
Area coverage (theoretical) : 3.3 sq.m/litre
Surface dry : 8 hrs.
Hard dry : 16 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

13) Epoxy Coal Tar Paint Immersion Grade (F7):

Colour : Brown/Black
Finish : Egg shell
Application : Airless / Airspray / Brush
Volume solids : 64 2%
Coaltar content : 35 - 40% by volume
DFT : 90-120 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) : 5-7 sq.m / litre
Surface dry : 8 hrs.
Hard dry : 24 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

14) Solvent Free Amine Cured Epoxy Reinforced With Glass Flakes: (F9):

Colour : Green - gloss


Type : Single pack
Application : Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 100 %
Volume solids : 400-500 m
Area coverage (theoretical) : 2.5 sq.m/litre for 400 m
Touch dry : 8 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

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15) Epoxy Glass Flake Paint (Amine Adduct)(Immersion services) (F10):

Colour : As desired
Finish : Semi-Glossy
Type : Two packs
Application : By brush or Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 200 210 m
Volume solids : 90 3%
Area coverage (theoretical) : 4 to 4. 5 sq.m/litre
Surface dry : 8 hrs.
Hard dry : 24 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Over coating : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

HIGH TEMPERATURE PAINTS

16) Boiler Composition (T1):

Colour : Black
Finish Matt
Type Single pack
Application Brush
Volume solids 40 2 %
Pigment content 34% +/- 2%
Binder content 26% +/- 2%
Temperature resistance (WET) 5400 C.
DFT 35-40 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) 11-14 sq.m / litre
Surface dry 4-6 hrs.
Hard dry 24 hrs.
Recoatability As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life As per Manufacturers PDS

(The tests shall conform to IS 101 - 1964.)

Note:
After hard dry time filled the equipment with water and raised the temp up to 100
deg. C and hold it for 8 hrs for complete curing of product.

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17) Bituminous Stack Black (T2):

Colour : Black
Finish : Matt
Type : Single pack
Application : Brush
Volume solids : 40 2 %
DFT : 30-40 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) : 11-14 sq.m / litre
Surface dry : 4 hrs.
Hard dry : 48 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS
Temperature Resistance : 200 0C

18) Zinc Dust Graphite Paint (T3):

Colour : Grey
Finish : Matt
Application : Brush / Spray
Zinc dust : 31 2 % by wt.
Graphite : 24 2 %
Volume Solids : 40 2 %
DFT : 40-45 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) : 10-11 sq.m /litre
Surface dry : 12 hrs.
Hard dry : 12-14 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS
Temperature Resistance : 450 0C

19) Oleoresinous Based Heat Resistant Aluminium Paint (T4):

Colour : Metallic
Finish : glossy
Type : Two pack
Application : Air spray/Brush
Volume solids : 30 2 %
Aluminium content : 23-25 %
DFT : 20-25 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) : 19-22 sq.m / litre
Surface dry : 4 hrs.

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Hard dry : 16 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS
Temperature Resistance : 250 0C

20) Silicone Heat Resistant Aluminum Paint (T6):

Colour : Grey
Finish : Semi gloss
Application : Airless/Airspray/Brush
Volume solids : 28 2 %
DFT : 20-25 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) : 11-14 sq.m / litre
Surface dry : 2 hr.
Hard dry : 16 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS
Temperature Resistance : 400 600 0C

21) Two Component High Solid, High Temperature Phenolic CUI (Corrosion Under
Insulation) Epoxy Coating (T8):

Colour : Buff, light grey


Finish : Matt
Type : Two pack
Application : By brush or Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 80-125m
Volume solids : 67 2 %
Area coverage (theoretical) : 5-8 sq.m/litre
Surface dry : 6 hrs.
Hard dry : 16 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS
Dry heat : up to 200deg c

22) Heat Resistant Engineered Polysiloxane (T9):

Colour : Grey
Finish : Glossy
Type : Two pack
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Application : By brush or Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 125-200 m
Volume solids : 75 2 %
Area coverage (theoretical) : 6 sq.m/litre for 125 m
Surface dry : 4 hrs.
Hard dry : 5 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS
Dry heat : up to 600 deg c

Note:
(Holiday testing is not reliable due to presence of metallic pigments)

23) Temperature Indicating Paint Based Upon Modified Silicone (T10):

Colour : Green (at ambient temperature)


Finish : Eggshell
Application : Airless/Airspray/Brush
Volume solids : 42 2 %
DFT : 20-25 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) : 16 sq.m / litre
Surface dry : 1 hr.
Hard dry : 3 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

24) Two Component High Solid, High Temperature Phenolic / phenolic novalac Epoxy
Coating Suitable up to Minimum 120 Deg. C Immersion Services (T11):

Colour : Buff, light grey


Finish : Matt
Type : Two pack
Application : By brush or Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 80-125m
Volume solids : 67 2 %
Area coverage (theoretical) : 5-8 sq.m/litre
Surface dry : 6 hrs.
Hard dry : 16 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS
Immersed heat : up to 120 deg c

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25. Acrylic Aliphatic Weather Resistant Polyurethane Paint: (U1)

Colour : As desired
Finish : Glossy
Type : Two packs
Application : By brush or Air/Airless spray
Dry film thickness/coat : 40 50 m
Volume solids : 502%
Area coverage (theoretical) : 7 to 11 sq.m/ litre
Surface dry : 1.5 hrs
Hard dry : 6 hrs.
Over coating : As per Manufacturers PDS
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

ALKYD BASED PAINT

26) Synthetic Enamel Paint: (B1)

Colour : As desired
Finish : glossy
Application : Airless/Airspray/Brush
Volume solids : 40 2 %
DFT : 25-35 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) : 11.4-16.0 sq.m / litre
Surface dry : 4 hrs.
Hard dry : 12 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
Shelf life : As per Manufacturers PDS

27) Oil Based Aluminium Paint: (B2)

Colour : Metallic
Finish : Semi gloss
Application : Airless/Air spray/Brush
Volume solids : 40 2 %
Aluminium content : 23-25 %
DFT : 20-25 microns
Area Coverage (Theoretical) : 15-20 sq.m / litre
Surface dry : 4 hr.
Hard dry : 16 hrs.
Recoatability : As per Manufacturers PDS
Full cure : As per Manufacturers PDS
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9.0 BUILDING PAINTS

This section covers various building paints and also concrete and rebar coating

UNDERGROUND SURFACE
All under-ground surfaces shall be coated with 2 coats of coal tar epoxy

PLANT CONCRETE SURFACE:


Premium acrylic Anti carbonate painting (Sunext-8 of M/s Sunanda chemicals or equivalent) of
four coats on fresh surface; 2 coats on old surface.( note: after scrap cleaning fill the cracks
cavities with suitable polymer mortar like Poly fill AR/Polyalk EP.

BUILDINGS & SHEDS


TABLE 3:

Important Buildings such


TYPE Sheds Other buildings as admin. bldg., control
rooms, main gate house
etc.
Building Cement based paint- 2 Cement based sandtex Antifungal, anti-algae
external coats over a coat of mat- 2 coats over a coat acrylic copolymer paint
primer. of primer.
Building Flat oil paint 2 coats Acrylic distemper 2 Acrylic emulsion/ plastic
internal over a coat of primer. coats over 2 coats of emulsion 3 coats over 2
solvent thinnable coats of solvent thinnable
primer. primer.
Building ceiling Flat oil paint 2 coats Acrylic distemper 2 Acrylic distemper 2 coats
over a coat of primer. coats over 2 coats of over 2 coats of solvent
solvent thinnable primer thinnable primer

Metal surface Synthetic enamel 2 Anodizing / powder Anodizing / powder


coats over a coat of coating coating
primer.
Wooden Synthetic enamel 2 French polish min.2 French polish min. 2 coats
surface coats over a coat of coats or Synthetic or Synthetic enamel 2
wooden primer. enamel 2 coats over a coats over a coat of wood
coat of wood primer. primer.
AC sheets (Ver- Antifungal, anti-algae
tical Cladding) acrylic copolymer paint

Cooilng water Coal tar epoxy-2 coats


sump/basin

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10.0 STANDARD FOR COLOUR CODING OF PIPELINES/EQUIPMENTS

Non-uniformity of colour coding of pipelines in industrial installations causes faulty


manipulation of valves, cutting of lines, welding on line carrying hazardous or inflammable
material etc. resulting in to the destruction of property and injury to personnel. Uniformity of
colour promotes greater safety, lessens the chances of error and warns against the hazards
involved in the handling of material inside the pipelines.

Identification of the particular contents of the pipelines is achieved by imposing suitable


colour bands on the ground colour. Letter writing as a mode of identification, is also
recommended for chemical industry, as this will reduce the possibility of mistakes in
identification. Lettering may include the contents by name, chemical formula, or
unmistakable and standard abbreviations.

10.1 This standard prescribes the colour scheme for the identification of the contents of pipelines
carrying fluids in the BPCL refinery.

This standard is not applicable to pipelines buried underground or used for electrical services.

PAINTS

Appropriate quality of paints conforming to relevant BPCL standards, wherever they exist,
shall be used for colour marking.

It is recommended that the paints used should produce a glossy finish.

COLOURS

In order to identify the contents of the pipelines, a large number of colour shades are
required. Recommendations regarding shades of colour that may be used are given in Table
4. Colours used should be near to the specified colour shade as possible.

TABLE 4: DISTINCT SHADES OF COLOURS TO BE USED FOR CODING


SHADE NO. AND ITS DESCRIPTION ACCORDING TO IS 5 2007.

COLOUR SHADE NO.


Black Black
Blue 108 Aircraft Blue
174 Orient Blue
Brown 412 Dark Brown
413 Salmon Pink
414 Golden Brown
Grey 692 Smoke Grey
Orange 592 international orange
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Red 536 Fire Red
537 Signal Red
Violet 796 Dark Violet
Yellow 309 Canary Yellow
358 Light Buff
362 Middle Stone
White White

IDENTIFICATION
The system of colour coding consists of ground colour and colour bands superimposed on it.

Ground colour
The ground colour identifies the basic nature of the fluid carried in the pipeline.

Colour Bands
Colour bands are superimposed on the ground colour to distinguish

a. one kind or condition of a fluid from another kind or condition of the same fluid, or
b. one fluid from another but belonging to the same group.

APPLICATION
Ground colour

Colour as given in Table III (wherever only one colour is mentioned) shall be applied
throughout the entire line including valves, junctions, joints, bends, service appliances,
bulkheads, etc.

Colour Bands

They shall be superimposed on the ground colour.

The recommended size of the colour bands is given in table - 5.

TABLE 5:

Outside Diameter of Width of the band Distance between set of


pipe or Covering Bands
mm. m.
Inch
1 to 3 inches 50 5
Above 3 to 12 inches 50 10
Above 12 to 24 inches 100 15
Above 24 inches 200 20
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The minimum gap shall be of 50mm between adjacent band.

For hot lines, which are insulated, painting of bands should be done in plain Aluminium sheet,
which can be easily screwed to the pipeline.

Valves shall be painted with the same colour as the main pipelines except the valves shall be
painted red for firefighting; yellow with black diagonal strips for warning of danger and
Brilliant green colour, to denote pipes carrying fresh water, either potable or non-potable.
The colour coding as prescribed in this standard for pipelines in BPCL refinery for general
services, process pipelines and pipelines conveying industrial gases (except pipelines
conveying medical gases) are given in Table III.

ADDITIONAL IDENTIFICATION

When further identification is required, this may be done as per the requirement of Operation
Department.

10.2 Lettering

The recommended size of lettering for pipes of different diameters is given in table 6.

TABLE - 6

Outside Diameter of pipe or Covering Size of legend


mm. mm.
20 to 30 10
Above 30 to 50 20
Above 50 to 80 30
Above 80 to 150 40
Above 150 to 250 63
Over 250 90

Direction of Flow

Where it is required to indicate the direction of flow, arrows or letters may be painted near
valves, junctions, walls etc. and at suitable intervals along the pipe. These shall be black or
white in colour and in contrast to the colour on which they are superimposed. If a label or
badge with codified indication is attached to the pipe, the direction of flow may be indicated
by the pointed end of the label or badge.

VISIBILITY MARKINGS

Attention would be given to the visibility of colour markings and the letters. Where the
pipelines are located above the normal line of vision of the operator, the lettering should be
placed below the horizontal line of the pipe.
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10.3 TABLE 7: COLOUR CODE FOR PIPE LINES/EQUIPMENT IN BPCL REFINERY ( All colour code
bands /sign writing shall be with synthetic enamel paint)

A. UTILITES:

Sr. DESCRIPTION OF THE GROUND COLOUR COLOUR BANDS


No. PRODUCT
1. FIRE WATER FIRE RED (No.536) NIL
2. COOLING WATER SEA GREEN (No.217) NIL
3. RAW/DOMESTIC WATER BRILLIANT GREEN (No.221) NIL
4. DM WATER ALUMINIUM 1 BRILLIANT GREEN (No.221)
5. BFW/CONDENSATE ALUMINIUM 2 BRILLIANT GREEN (No.221)
6. DRINKING WATER ALUMINIUM 3 BRILLIANT GREEN (No.221)
7. INSTRUMENT AIR AIR CARFT BLUE (No.108) NIL
8. PLANT AIR ORIENT BLUE (No.174) NIL
9. NITROGEN CANARY YELLOW (No.309) 1 BLACK BAND
10 15 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 2 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
11. 3.5 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 4 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
12. 1.0 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 5 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
13. FLARE ALUMINIUM CANARY YELLOW (No.309)

B. PRODUCT RUNDOWN:

Sr. DESCRIPTION OF THE GROUND COLOUR COLOUR BANDS


No. PRODUCT
1. FUEL GAS CANARY YELLOW (No.309) NIL
2. LPG ALUMINIUM 2 CANARY YELLOW (No. 309)
3. C3 STREAM ALUMINIUM 1 CANARY YELLOW (No. 309)
4. C4 STREAM ALUMINIUM 3 CANARY YELLOW (No. 309)
5. GASOLINE SALMON PINK (No.443) NIL
6. KEROSENE SMOKE GREY (No.692) NIL
7. ATF ALUMINIUM 4 ORIENT BLUE (No.174)
8. MT ALUMINIUM 4 SMOKE GREY (No.692)
9. HSD LIGHT BUFF (No.358) NIL
10 SBP 55/115 MIDDLE STONE (No.362) NIL
11 SBP 64/69 ALUMINIUM 1 MIDDLE STONE (No.362)
12 BENZENE WHITE NIL
13 TOULENE WHITE 4 MIDDLE STONE (No.362)
14 SLOPS SMOKE GREY (No.692) 1 BLACK
15 LSHS/FO/CLO ALUMINIUM 3 BLACK
16 NAPHTHA ALUMINIUM 1 SALMON PINK (No.443)

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C. CHEMICALS:

Sr. DESCRIPTION OF THE GROUND COLOUR COLOUR BANDS


No. PRODUCT
1. CAUSTIC ALUMINIUM 1 DARK VIOLET (No.796)
2. HCL ACID ALUMINIUM 2 DARK VIOLET (No.796)
3. H2SO4 ACID ALUMINIUM 3 DARK VIOLET (No.796)
4. OTHERS DARK VIOLET (No.796) NIL

D. CRUDE DISTILLATION COMPLEX:

Sr. DESCRIPTION OF THE GROUND COLOUR COLOUR BANDS


No. PRODUCT
1. CRUDE ALUMINIUM NIL
2. LPG ALUMINIUM 2 CANARY YELLOW
(No.309)
3. D4 BOTTOMS HOT ALUMINIUM 1 SALMON PINK (No.443)
COLD
4. HEAVY NAPTHA/SCN ALUMINIUM 4 SALMON PINK (No.443)
5. LK 1 ALUMINIUM 1 SMOKE GREY (No.692)
6. LK II ALUMINIUM 2 SMOKE GREY (No.692)
7. Hy KERO/HCP KERO ALUMINIUM 3 SMOKE GREY (No.692)
8. GO I / LGO ALUMINIUM 1 DARK BROWN (No.412)
9. GO III /HGO ALUMINIUM 3 DARK BROWN (No.412)
10. GO IV ALUMINIUM 4 DARK BROWN (No.412)
11. LR ALUMINIUM 1 BLACK
12. VGO ALUMINIUM 2 BLACK
13. SR ALUMINIUM 3 BLACK
14. FO Ex B/H ALUMINIUM 4 NOS. BLACK

E. AROMATICS COMPLEX:

Sr. DESCRIPTION OF THE GROUND COLOUR COLOUR BANDS


No. PRODUCT
1. RFU FEED ALUMINIUM 1 SALMON PINK (No.443)
2. SPLITER TOPS / IBP-60 ALUMINIUM 1 SALMON PINK (No.443) &
1 CANARY YELLOW (No.309)
3. SPLITTER 2 ALUMINIUM 2 SALMON PINK (No.443)
TOPS/REFORMER FEED/
DSN
4. SPLITER 2 ALUMINIUM 4 SMOKE GREY (No.692)
BOTTOMS
5. C3/C4 ALUMINIUM 2 CANARY YELLOW (No.309)
6. STABILIZER GAS CANARY YELLOW (No.309) NIL
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7. REFORMATE/ARU FEED ALUMINIUM 3 SALMON PINK (No.443)
8. RAFFINATE ALUMINIUM 2 MIDDLE STONE (No.362)
9. EXTRACT ALUMINIUM 3 MIDDLE STONE (No.362)
10. SULFOLANE ALUMINIUM 1 INTERNATIONL ORANGE
(No.592)
11. HOT OIL ALUMINIUM 1 SIGNAL RED (No.537) & 1
BLACK
12. PROCESS WATER ALUMINIUM 4 BRILLIANT GREEN (No.221)
13. BENZENE WHITE WHITE
14. TOLUENE WHITE 4 MIDDLE STONE (No.362)
15. MTBE WHITE 2 MIDDLE STONE (No.362)
16. HYDROGEN CANARY YELLOW (No.309) 1 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
17. SOUR GAS/H2S RICH GAS CANARY YELLOW (No.309) 2 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
18. METHANOL WHITE 1 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
19. DMDS WHITE 2 SIGNAL RED (No.537)

F. CCU / FCCU COMPLEX:

Sr. No. DESCRIPTION OF THE GROUND COLOUR COLOUR BANDS


PRODUCT
1. ACID GAS/H2S RICH CANARY YELLOW (No.309) 2 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
GAS
2. PROCESS WATER ALUMINIUM 4 BRILLIANT GREEN
(No.221)
3. CC GASOLINE SALMON PINK (No.443) NIL
4. IBP - 60 ALUMINIUM WITH 1 SALMON PINK
(No.443) & 1 CANARY
YELLOW(No.309)
5. LCO ALUMINIUM 1 ORIENT BLUE (No.174) &
1 DARK BROWN (No.412)
6. HCO ALUMINIUM 1 ORIENT BLUE (No.174) &
2 DARK BROWN (No.412)
7. VGO ALUMINIUM 2 BLACK
8. CLO/MCB/SLURRY ALUMINIUM 3 BLACK
9. CAT LOADING LINES ZINC DUST GRAPHITE PAINT NIL
10. 40 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 1 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
11. 5/7 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 3 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
12. HYDRAULIC OIL / WHITE 1 BRILLIANT GREEN
FLUSHINGOIL /GLAND (No.221)
SEAL OIL
13. SOUR WATER ALUMINIUM 4 BRILLIANT GREEN
(No.221)
14. DEA WHITE 2 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
15. L IQUID SULPHERS WHITE 3CANARY YELLOW (No.309)
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G. DHDS COMPLEX:

SR. DESRIPTION OF
NO. PRODUCT GROUND COLOUR COLOUR BANDS
1 HYDROGEN CANARY YELLOW (No.309) 1 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
2 ACID GAS/H2S RICH CANARY YELLOW (No.309) 2 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
GAS
3 FUEL GAS CANARY YELLOW (No.309) NIL
4 NAPTHA ALUMINIUM 1 SALMON PINK (No.443)
5 NITROGEN CANARY YELLOW (No.309) 1 BLACK BAND
6 BFW/CONDENSATE ALUMINIUM 2 BRILLIANT GREEN
(No.221)
7 INSTRUMENT AIR AIR CARFT BLUE (No.108) NIL
8 PLANT AIR ORIENT BLUE (No.174) NIL
9 DIESEL ALUMINIUM 1 LIGHT BUFF (No.358)
10 LIQUID SULPHERS WHITE 3 CANARY YELLOW(No.309)
11 FIRE WATER FIRE RED (No.536) NIL
12 COOLING WATER SEA GREEN (No.217) NIL
13 SOUR WATER ALUMINIUM 4 BRILLIANT GREEN
(No.221)
14 AMINE WHITE 2 SIGNAL RED(No. 537)
15 15 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 2 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
16 5/7 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 3 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
17 3.5 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 4 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
18 1.0 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 5 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
19 FLARE ALUMINIUM CANARY YELLOW (No.309)

H. CCR COMPLEX:

SR. DESRIPTION OF
NO. PRODUCT GROUND COLOUR COLOUR BANDS
1 HYDROGEN CANARY YELLOW (No.309) 1 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
2 FUEL GAS CANARY YELLOW (No.309) NIL
3 NAPTHA ALUMINIUM 1 SALMON PINK (No.443)
4 NITROGEN CANARY YELLOW (No.309) 1 BLACK BAND
5 DM WATER (SS) NIL NIL
6 DMDS (SS) NIL NIL
7 TCE (SS) NIL NIL
8 CAUSTIC NIL NIL
9 SOUR GAS CANARY YELLOW (No.309) 2 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
10 CAUSTIC

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11 FIRE WATER FIRE RED (No.536) NIL
12 COOLING WATER SEA GREEN (No.217) NIL
13 SOUR WATER ALUMINIUM 4 BRILLIANT GREEN
(No.221)
14 15 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 2 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
15 5/7 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 3 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
16 3.5 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 4 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
17 1.0 KG STEAM ALUMINIUM 5 SIGNAL RED (No.537)
18 FLARE ALUMINIUM CANARY YELLOW (No.309)
19 INSTRUMENT AIR AIR CARFT BLUE (No.108) NIL
20 PLANT AIR ORIENT BLUE (No.174) NIL

I. OTHER EQUIPMENT:

S. No. SERVICE NEW COLOUR CODE


1. SAFETY VALVE YELLOW
2. PUMPS(EXCEPT WATER) AND ALUMINIUM
COMPRESSORS
3. MOTORS BUS GREEN
4. TURBINES & HIGH TEMP. PUPMPS HEAT RESITANT ALUMINIUM
5. STRUCTURES (GENERAL) SMOKE GREY
7. HAND RAILING/CAGE ORANGE
9. EMERGENCY LIGHT FITTINGS FIRE RED
10. FLARE LINES OUTSIDE PLANT LIMIT CANARY YELLOW (NO. 309)
10. COOLERS
SHELL and SHELL COVER ALUMINIUM
CHANNEL BOX SEA GREEN

11. VESSELS INCLUDING KOD ALUMINIUM (Color band: As per


individual service band width = 200 mm
at the center of the vessel.

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11. STANDARD COLOR CODING FOR STORAGE TANKS:

SR. DESRIPTION OF
GROUND COLOUR COLOUR BANDS
NO. PRODUCT TANKS
1 CRUDE OIL ALUMINIUM TURQUOISE BLUE (No. 102 )
2 SLOPS ALUMINIUM BLACK
3 WAXY INSULATED NIL
4 MTBE ALUMINIUM MIDDLE STONE (No.362)
5 HEXANE ALUMINIUM SALMON PINK (No.443)
6 BENZENE ALUMINIUM WHITE
7 TOLUENE ALUMINIUM WHITE
8 SBP ALUMINIUM SALMON PINK (No.443)
9 ATF ALUMINIUM ORIENT BLUE (No.174)
10 MOTOR SPIRIT ALUMINIUM SALMON PINK (No.443)
11 NAPTHA ALUMINIUM SALMON PINK (No.443)
12 MINERAL TURPENTINE ALUMINIUM ORIENT BLUE (No.174)
13 HSD ALUMINIUM LIGHT BUFF (No.358)
14 FLUSHING OIL ALUMINIUM LIGHT BUFF (No.358)
15 LDO ALUMINIUM LIGHT BUFF (No.358)
16 LSHS INSULATED NIL
17 KEROSENE ALUMINIUM ORIENT BLUE (No.174)
18 BITUMEN ALUMINIUM Insulated
19 SR, LR, HGO INSULATED NIL
20 FO, CYCLE OIL ALUMINIUM BLACK
21 REFORMATE ALUMINIUM SALMON PINK (No.443)
22 CAUSTIC TANKS WHITE NIL
24 METHANOL ALUMINIUM WHITE
25 EXTRACT ALUMINIUM WHITE
ALUMINIUM INTERNATIONAL ORANGE
26 SULFOLENE (No.592)
LUBE OIL (NON- ALUMINIUM
27 INSULATED TANKS) ORIENT BLUE (No.174)
LUBE OIL (INSULATED INSULATED
28 TANKS) NIL
29 DRINKING WATER ALUMINIUM BRILLIANT GREEN (No.221)
30 DM WATER ALUMINIUM BRILLIANT GREEN (No.221)
31 RAW WATER ALUMINIUM BRILLIANT GREEN (No.221)
32 SALT WATER ALUMINIUM BRILLIANT GREEN (No.221)

Note : Band height shall be as per existing.

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12. 0 PAINTING SYSTEM FOR TANKS

Surface Preparation Cu Slag blasting Sa 2.5 Primer / Paint Nos. of coats X DFT (Microns)

TANK INTERNAL
TOP SHELL ROOF
COURSE UNDERSIDE
BOTTOM
OF FIXED OF FIXED TRUSSES OF
PLATE &
TANK TOP SHELL ROOF OR ROOF, FIXED ROOF UNDERSI REM
1ST SHELL
SR TANK EXTERNAL ROOF LEG & COURSE OF INTERNAL EXTERNAL TANK AND DE OF ARKS,
COURSE UP COMPLETE
N SERVICE (NOTE 2, 3) ROOF DRAIN EXTERNAL FLOATING FLOATING TOP SIDE OF BOTTOM IF
TO 1 M TANK
O PIPES FLOATING ROOF ROOF & INTERNAL PLATES ANY
FROM
ROOF TANK TANK INTERNAL FLOATING
BOTTOM.
(NOTE 5) FLOATING ROOF
ROOF
(NOTE 1)

1 Crude oil
tanks

FOR CRUDE OIL TANKS REFER POINT NO. 13 WHICH IS IN LINE WITH AE-S-5431, REV-0
AND BASED ON COMMENTS RECEIVED.

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TANK INTERNAL
TOP SHELL ROOF
COURSE UNDERSIDE
BOTTOM
OF FIXED OF FIXED TRUSSES OF
PLATE &
TANK TOP SHELL ROOF OR ROOF, FIXED ROOF UNDERSI REM
1ST SHELL
SR TANK EXTERNAL ROOF LEG & COURSE OF INTERNAL EXTERNAL TANK AND DE OF ARKS,
COURSE UP COMPLETE
N SERVICE (NOTE 2, 3) ROOF DRAIN EXTERNAL FLOATING FLOATING TOP SIDE OF BOTTOM IF
TO 1 M TANK
O PIPES FLOATING ROOF ROOF & INTERNAL PLATES ANY
FROM
ROOF TANK TANK INTERNAL FLOATING
BOTTOM.
(NOTE 5) FLOATING ROOF
ROOF
(NOTE 1)

2 Hexane , Amine Amine Epoxy Coal Amine Amine Amine Epoxy


Motor adduct adduct cured Tar Paint- adduct adduct adduct cured Coal Tar
spirit, cured epoxy epoxy 2x100 cured cured epoxy epoxy holding Paint-
Naphtha, holding holding epoxy holding primer-1x60 2x100
IBP 60, primer-1x60 primer-1x60 holding primer-1x60
Kerosene, primer- Epoxy Based
Mineral Epoxy based Epoxy Based 1x60 Epoxy Based Tank
turpentine Tank Liner- Tank Liner- Tank Liner(amine
, HSD, (amine (amine Epoxy Liner(amine cured) -2x120
Flushing cured) cured) 2x120 Based Tank cured) -
oil, LDO, 2x120 Liner- 2x120
ATF (amine
componen cured)
ts (floating 2x120
roof tank),
SBP,
Reformate

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TANK INTERNAL
TOP SHELL ROOF
COURSE UNDERSIDE
BOTTOM
OF FIXED OF FIXED TRUSSES OF
PLATE &
TANK TOP SHELL ROOF OR ROOF, FIXED ROOF UNDERSI REM
1ST SHELL
SR TANK EXTERNAL ROOF LEG & COURSE OF INTERNAL EXTERNAL TANK AND DE OF ARKS,
COURSE UP COMPLETE
N SERVICE (NOTE 2, 3) ROOF DRAIN EXTERNAL FLOATING FLOATING TOP SIDE OF BOTTOM IF
TO 1 M TANK
O PIPES FLOATING ROOF ROOF & INTERNAL PLATES ANY
FROM
ROOF TANK TANK INTERNAL FLOATING
BOTTOM.
(NOTE 5) FLOATING ROOF
ROOF
(NOTE 1)

3 ATF Batch Amine Epoxy


(Fixed roof adduct Coal Tar
tanks) cured Paint-
epoxy Amine 2x100
holding adduct
primer- cured epoxy Amine adduct
1x60 holding cured epoxy
primer-1x60 holding
Epoxy primer-1x60
Based Tank Epoxy Based
Liner- Tank Liner- Epoxy Based
(amine (amine Tank Liner-
cured)- cured)- (amine
2x120 2x120 cured)-2x120

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TANK INTERNAL
TOP SHELL ROOF
COURSE UNDERSIDE
BOTTOM
OF FIXED OF FIXED TRUSSES OF
PLATE &
TANK TOP SHELL ROOF OR ROOF, FIXED ROOF UNDERSI REM
1ST SHELL
SR TANK EXTERNAL ROOF LEG & COURSE OF INTERNAL EXTERNAL TANK AND DE OF ARKS,
COURSE UP COMPLETE
N SERVICE (NOTE 2, 3) ROOF DRAIN EXTERNAL FLOATING FLOATING TOP SIDE OF BOTTOM IF
TO 1 M TANK
O PIPES FLOATING ROOF ROOF & INTERNAL PLATES ANY
FROM
ROOF TANK TANK INTERNAL FLOATING
BOTTOM.
(NOTE 5) FLOATING ROOF
ROOF
(NOTE 1)

4 Slops and Amine Amine Epoxy Coal Amine Amine Amine adduct Epoxy
effluent adduct adduct cured Tar Paint- adduct adduct cured epoxy Coal Tar
tanks cured epoxy epoxy 2x100 cured cured epoxy holding Paint-
holding holding epoxy holding primer-1x60 2x100
primer-1x60 primer-1x60 holding primer-1x60
Epoxy Glass primer- Epoxy Glass
Epoxy Glass Flake (Amine 1x70 Epoxy Glass Flake (Amine
Flake Adduct)- Flake Adduct)-
(Amine 1x200 Epoxy (Amine 1x200
Adduct)- Glass Flake Adduct)-
1x200 (Amine 1x200
Adduct)-
1x200
5 Bitumen, Two Two Two Cold
SR component component component spray
high solid high solid high solid Aluminiu
High High High m
temperatur temperatur temperature OR
e (up to e (up to 200 (up to 200 Engineere
200 deg c ) deg c ) deg c ) d
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TANK INTERNAL
TOP SHELL ROOF
COURSE UNDERSIDE
BOTTOM
OF FIXED OF FIXED TRUSSES OF
PLATE &
TANK TOP SHELL ROOF OR ROOF, FIXED ROOF UNDERSI REM
1ST SHELL
SR TANK EXTERNAL ROOF LEG & COURSE OF INTERNAL EXTERNAL TANK AND DE OF ARKS,
COURSE UP COMPLETE
N SERVICE (NOTE 2, 3) ROOF DRAIN EXTERNAL FLOATING FLOATING TOP SIDE OF BOTTOM IF
TO 1 M TANK
O PIPES FLOATING ROOF ROOF & INTERNAL PLATES ANY
FROM
ROOF TANK TANK INTERNAL FLOATING
BOTTOM.
(NOTE 5) FLOATING ROOF
ROOF
(NOTE 1)

phenolic phenolic phenolic Polysiloxa


epoxy epoxy epoxy ne
coating.- coating.- coating.- coating
2x100 2x100 2x100 2x125
microns microns microns microns

6 MTBE Amine Amine Epoxy Coal Amine Amine Amine adduct Epoxy
(Methyl- adduct adduct cured Tar Paint- adduct adduct cured epoxy Coal Tar
Tertiary cured epoxy epoxy 2x100 cured cured epoxy holding Paint-
Butyl holding holding epoxy holding primer-1x60 2x100
Ether) primer- primer-1x60; holding primer-1x60
tanks 1x60; primer- Epoxy Based
Epoxy Based 1x60 Epoxy Based Tank Liner-
Epoxy Based Tank Liner- Tank Liner- (amine
Tank Liner- (amine Epoxy (amine cured)-2x120
(amine cured)-2x120 Based Tank cured)-
cured)- Liner- 2x120
2x120 (amine
cured)-
2x120
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TANK INTERNAL
TOP SHELL ROOF
COURSE UNDERSIDE
BOTTOM
OF FIXED OF FIXED TRUSSES OF
PLATE &
TANK TOP SHELL ROOF OR ROOF, FIXED ROOF UNDERSI REM
1ST SHELL
SR TANK EXTERNAL ROOF LEG & COURSE OF INTERNAL EXTERNAL TANK AND DE OF ARKS,
COURSE UP COMPLETE
N SERVICE (NOTE 2, 3) ROOF DRAIN EXTERNAL FLOATING FLOATING TOP SIDE OF BOTTOM IF
TO 1 M TANK
O PIPES FLOATING ROOF ROOF & INTERNAL PLATES ANY
FROM
ROOF TANK TANK INTERNAL FLOATING
BOTTOM.
(NOTE 5) FLOATING ROOF
ROOF
(NOTE 1)

7 Caustic Amine Amine Amine adduct Epoxy


tanks adduct adduct cured epoxy Coal Tar
cured cured epoxy holding Paint-
epoxy holding primer-1x60 2x100
holding primer-1x60 Epoxy Based
primer- Epoxy Based Tank Liner-
1x60 Tank Liner- (amine
Epoxy (amine cured)-2x120
Based Tank cured)-
Liner- 2x120
(amine
cured)-
2x120
8 LR, Waxy, Amine Amine Amine Amine adduct Epoxy
HGO, adduct adduct adduct cured epoxy Coal Tar
Fuel oil, cured epoxy cured cured epoxy holding Paint-
cycle oil, holding epoxy holding primer-1x60 2x100
LSHS, primer-1x60 holding primer-1x60
Lube primer- Two
waxy Two 1x60 Two component
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TANK INTERNAL
TOP SHELL ROOF
COURSE UNDERSIDE
BOTTOM
OF FIXED OF FIXED TRUSSES OF
PLATE &
TANK TOP SHELL ROOF OR ROOF, FIXED ROOF UNDERSI REM
1ST SHELL
SR TANK EXTERNAL ROOF LEG & COURSE OF INTERNAL EXTERNAL TANK AND DE OF ARKS,
COURSE UP COMPLETE
N SERVICE (NOTE 2, 3) ROOF DRAIN EXTERNAL FLOATING FLOATING TOP SIDE OF BOTTOM IF
TO 1 M TANK
O PIPES FLOATING ROOF ROOF & INTERNAL PLATES ANY
FROM
ROOF TANK TANK INTERNAL FLOATING
BOTTOM.
(NOTE 5) FLOATING ROOF
ROOF
(NOTE 1)

tanks component component high solid


(operating high solid Two high solid High
immersed High component High temperature
heat temperatur high solid temperatur phenolic
temperatu e phenolic High e phenolic epoxy
re 120 deg epoxy temperatur epoxy coating.-
C) coating.- e phenolic coating.- 2x100
2x100 epoxy 2x100 microns
microns coating.- microns
2x100 mic.

9 Benzene, Amine Amine Amine Amine adduct Epoxy


Toluene, adduct cured adduct adduct cured epoxy Coal Tar
Methanol, epoxy cured cured epoxy holding Paint-
Extract, holding epoxy holding primer-1x60 2x100
primer-1x60 holding primer-1x60
primer- Two
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TANK INTERNAL
TOP SHELL ROOF
COURSE UNDERSIDE
BOTTOM
OF FIXED OF FIXED TRUSSES OF
PLATE &
TANK TOP SHELL ROOF OR ROOF, FIXED ROOF UNDERSI REM
1ST SHELL
SR TANK EXTERNAL ROOF LEG & COURSE OF INTERNAL EXTERNAL TANK AND DE OF ARKS,
COURSE UP COMPLETE
N SERVICE (NOTE 2, 3) ROOF DRAIN EXTERNAL FLOATING FLOATING TOP SIDE OF BOTTOM IF
TO 1 M TANK
O PIPES FLOATING ROOF ROOF & INTERNAL PLATES ANY
FROM
ROOF TANK TANK INTERNAL FLOATING
BOTTOM.
(NOTE 5) FLOATING ROOF
ROOF
(NOTE 1)

Two 1x60 Two component


component component high solid
high solid Two high solid High
High component High temperature
temperature high solid phenolic phenolic
phenolic High epoxy epoxy
epoxy phenolic coating.- coating.-
coating.- epoxy 2x100 2x100
2x100 coating.- microns microns
microns 2x100
microns
10 Lube oil Amine Amine Amine Amine adduct Epoxy
tanks adduct adduct adduct cured epoxy Coal Tar
(Non-waxy cured epoxy cured epoxy holding Paint-
cured epoxy
tanks) holding holding primer-1x60 2x100
holding
primer-1x60
primer-1x60 primer-1x60 Epoxy Based
Epoxy Based
Epoxy Based Epoxy Based Tank Liner-
Tank Liner-
Tank Liner- (amine Tank Liner- (amine
(amine cured)- (amine cured)-2x120
cured)- 2x120 cured)-
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TANK INTERNAL
TOP SHELL ROOF
COURSE UNDERSIDE
BOTTOM
OF FIXED OF FIXED TRUSSES OF
PLATE &
TANK TOP SHELL ROOF OR ROOF, FIXED ROOF UNDERSI REM
1ST SHELL
SR TANK EXTERNAL ROOF LEG & COURSE OF INTERNAL EXTERNAL TANK AND DE OF ARKS,
COURSE UP COMPLETE
N SERVICE (NOTE 2, 3) ROOF DRAIN EXTERNAL FLOATING FLOATING TOP SIDE OF BOTTOM IF
TO 1 M TANK
O PIPES FLOATING ROOF ROOF & INTERNAL PLATES ANY
FROM
ROOF TANK TANK INTERNAL FLOATING
BOTTOM.
(NOTE 5) FLOATING ROOF
ROOF
(NOTE 1)

2x120 2x120

11 Drinking Amine Amine Amine Amine adduct Epoxy


water, adduct cured adduct adduct cured epoxy Coal Tar
DM water, epoxy cured cured epoxy holding Paint-
Raw holding epoxy holding primer-1x60 2x100
water, primer-1x60 holding primer-1x60 Solvent free
Salt water Solvent free primer- Solvent free epoxy 1X300-
epoxy 1x60 epoxy (amine cured)
1X300- Solvent 1X300- (Portable
(amine free epoxy (amine water Cert.
cured) 1X300- cured)
(Portable (amine (Portable
water Cert. cured) water Cert.
(Portable
water Cert.

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TANK INTERNAL
TOP SHELL ROOF
COURSE UNDERSIDE
BOTTOM
OF FIXED OF FIXED TRUSSES OF
PLATE &
TANK TOP SHELL ROOF OR ROOF, FIXED ROOF UNDERSI REM
1ST SHELL
SR TANK EXTERNAL ROOF LEG & COURSE OF INTERNAL EXTERNAL TANK AND DE OF ARKS,
COURSE UP COMPLETE
N SERVICE (NOTE 2, 3) ROOF DRAIN EXTERNAL FLOATING FLOATING TOP SIDE OF BOTTOM IF
TO 1 M TANK
O PIPES FLOATING ROOF ROOF & INTERNAL PLATES ANY
FROM
ROOF TANK TANK INTERNAL FLOATING
BOTTOM.
(NOTE 5) FLOATING ROOF
ROOF
(NOTE 1)

12 Sulfolene Amine Amine Amine adduct Epoxy


adduct adduct cured epoxy Coal Tar
cured cured epoxy holding Paint-
epoxy holding primer-1x60. 2x100
holding primer-
primer- 1x60. Amine adduct
1x60. cured HB
Amine epoxy -2x120
Amine adduct
adduct cured HB
cured HB epoxy -
epoxy - 2x120
2x120

Note:
1) Carbon steel external and internal floating roof underside paint shall cover all wetted surfaces.
2) Vertical band on shell external at gauging pole shall have top coat in black colour.
3) External painting other than crude tanks:

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a) FOR UN-INSULATED TANKS EXTERNAL SURFACES - NEW OR HEAVILY CORRODED; TOP SIDE (NON-WTTED SURFACES) OF EXTERNAL FLOATING
ROOF. SURFACE PREPARATION TO SA 2.5.
i) One coat of inorganic zinc ethyl silicate 1x70 microns
ii) Two coat of epoxy high solids MIO 2 X 125 microns DFT.
iii) Two coats of aliphatic acrylic polyurethane - 2 x 40 microns DFT.

b) FOR UN-INSULATED TANK EXTERNAL OF MODERATELY CORRODED OLD TANKS. SURFACE PREPARATION MANUAL CLEANING TO ST 2 OR POWER
TOOL CLEANING TO ST3.
i) Tank bottom shell course shall be painted with 2x100 microns Coal Tar Epoxy paint.
ii) Other than bottom shells, Epoxy Red Oxide Zinc Phosphate Primer-1X60 and Oil Based Aluminum Paint-2 X 20.

c) FOR INSULATED TANK EXTERNAL OF NEW TANKS OR HEAVILY CORRODED TANKS. SURFACE PREPARATION TO SA 2.5.
i) Two component high solid High temperature (up to 200deg c dry heat) Phenolic CUI (corrosion under insulation) epoxy coating
2 X 125 microns.

d) FOR INSULATED TANK EXTERNAL OF MODERATELY CORRODED OLD TANKS. SURFACE PREPARATION MANUAL CLEANING TO ST 2 OR POWER TOOL
CLEANING TO ST3.
i) Zinc dust graphite-2 x40 microns.

4) All carbon steel pontoons internal surfaces of external floating roof and internal floating roof tanks other than crude tanks:
a) Epoxy Red Oxide Zinc Phosphate Primer-1X60 microns.
b) Oil Based Aluminum Paint-2X20 microns.
5) External floating roof tanks top shell internal painting shall extend up to 100 mm above top of shunt of secondary seal marked at safe filling
height during hydro test.
6) Aluminum surfaces shall not to be painted.
7) Before changing of tank service resistivity of the painting system to be verified.
8) In tank history details of paint manufactures with brand name to be mentioned. These would facilitate defects observations and would also
be basis for evaluation of the painting contractor /paint system and manufacturer for future works.

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9) For all internal lining / internal painting works, manufacturers laboratory test statement / Laboratory Paint performance certificates to be
submitted by paint manufacturers & checked apart from material test certificates for specified services at operating temperature and
condition. Material shall be procured from only those approved manufacturers who will meet the above stated criteria.
10) For details of tanks internal painting refer Annexure - H

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13. CRUDE OIL TANKS PAINTINGS

13.1 Scope

This standard exclusively covers the painting of crude oil storage tanks in BPCL Refineries.
This standard has been derived from existing AE-S-5430, Rev. 0 and painting practices being
followed at BPCL-KR. Intent of this standard is to cover a common painting practice across
all BPCL group of Refineries.

13.2 Tank operating condtions

Operating temperature : Not above 65 degree celsius.


Operating pressure : Ambient.

13.3 Surface preparation

The purpose of surface preparation is to create a continuous highly adherent, homogeneous


and defect free paint film with an even thickness over the tank surfaces. For new painting,
all the internal & external surfaces shall be blasted to achieve the surface profile as given
in Annexure A. Light shades and streaks are not allowed. When steel shot is used, it
shall be used together with steel grit. The purpose of surface preparation is to create a
continuous highly adherent, homogeneous and defect free paint film with an even thickness
over the tank surface. Compressed air used shall be free of moisture and oil. Adequate
separators and traps shall be provided, installed in the coolest part of the system. The
presence of oil and water shall be determined at least two (2) times per eight hours and
following every compressor start-up. The air discharge temperature shall not exceed 100 C.
The blasting nozzles should be venturi style with tungsten carbide or boron carbide as the
materials for liners. Blasting nozzles shall be replaced when the specified minimum blast
pressure, surface cleanliness and surface roughness can no longer be achieved. Blasting
equipment and the equipment being blasted shall be properly earthed to prevent the
occurrence of electrostatic discharges. If possible vacuum collector shall be installed for
collecting the abrasives for recycling. Recycled shot shall be used only after ensuring that it
is clean enough to provide the minimum surface preparation mentioned above.

When working in confined spaces, adequate ventilation and intrinsically safe lighting shall
be used. As a minimum, ventilation shall ensure sufficient air changes such that the
threshold limit value (TLV) of the various coating materials in use shall not be exceeded.
Access for coating work should be constructed so as to provide easy and sufficient access
for surface preparation, painting and inspection of all surfaces

13.4 Recommended environment conditions for Paint Application

For all cases, paint manufacturer guidelines shall be followed. Following restrictions are
given as recommended practices:

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13.4.1 Coating application shall not be permitted in the following conditions.
4.1.1 During fog, mist or rain.
4.1.2 When the relative humidity is 85 percent or above.
4.1.3 When the steel surface temperature and/or ambient temperature is below
10C (50F) .
4.1.4 When the steel surface temperature and/or ambient temperature is above
50C (120F).
4.1.5 When the steel surface temperature is less than 3C (5F) above the dew
point.

13.4.2 For all internal painting work, the dehumidification of the surrounding air dew point
shall be maintained 5 degree celsius below the prevailing surface temperature. The
relative humidity shall be maintained not more than 45% from preparation to curing
of coatings.

13.4.3 The measurement of the following shall ensured prior to start of work and shall be
done every three hours for the entire duration of the painting work and shall extend
till the paint is dried and cured.

4.3.1 Relative Humidity (RH).


4.3.2 Ambient air temperature.
4.3.3 Surface temperature of the object being painted.
4.3.4 Air temperature at surrounding of the painting.
4.3.5 Air flow

13.4.4 There shall be no welding activity or radiography testing on the shell during and after
installation of coating system.

13.4.5 Humidity and dew point readings shall be taken with a sling Psychrometric meter
and calculated using psychrometric tables.

13.4.6 Coatings shall not be applied before the surface has been inspected and the
preparatory work approved.

13.4.7 All edges shall be ground to a minimum radius of 3.2 mm. Flame cut areas and weld
spatter shall have been ground flush. All rough welds shall be ground to remove
sharp edges and other such irregularities. The amount of grinding performed shall be
judicious and performed only to the extent necessary to prepare the weld surface
and surrounding metal surfaces in accordance with the specification. Over grinding,
which would result in decreasing the wall thickness or the integrity of the weld
beyond the limitations imposed by good welding practices, applicable welding codes,
or tank or vessel ratings, shall be avoided. All weld spatter and arc strikes must be
removed. (Refer NACE SP 0178).
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13.4.8 Salt water spray areas shall require fresh water blasting or fresh water (Max.
Chloride content 50 ppm) mopping to remove the salts deposited on metal surface
before application of primer. Mopping can be repeated before application of other
coats to remove salts deposited on previous coats, if such deposits are suspected.
13.4.9 Blast cleaned steel surfaces shall not be touched by bare hands
13.4.10 If the surface being cleaned is adjacent to a coated surface, the blast cleaning shall
cut in to the coated surface by at least 50 mm. The edges of the existing coating
system shall be feathered. The remainder of the existing coated surface shall be
properly protected with shields or screens to prevent any over blast damage.
13.4.11 To prevent dust and abrasive contamination, blast cleaning shall not be carried out
adjacent to painting operations or wet (painted) surfaces

13.5 Mixing and Painting


13.5.1 Mixing & Thinning
All paint spraying equipment, including mixers, shall be thoroughly cleaned before mixing of
new materials. All coating materials shall be mixed and thoroughly stirred in accordance
with the instructions of the paint Manufacturer. Sufficient agitation to maintain good mixing
shall be applied until the product is used. If air is entrapped in the product during
mixing/stirring, sufficient time should be allowed for the air bubbles to escape before
application.

13.5.2 Application of paint/primer:


5.2.1 Blast cleaned surface shall be coated with one complete application of primer as
soon as practicable but in no case later than 4 hrs. the same day or as per the time
frame stipulated in the technical data sheet of the paint, whichever is earlier.

5.2.2 To the maximum extent practicable, each coat of material shall be applied as a
continuous film uniform thickness free of porous. Any spots or areas missed in
application shall be recoated and permitted to dry before the next coat is applied.
Applied paint should have the desired wet film thickness.

5.2.3 No coat shall be applied until the preceding coat has dried and cured as
recommended by Paint Manufacturer. Next coat shall be applied within the time
stipulated by the paint manufacturer. Before over coating, over-runs, drips and
smears shall be removed and any coating damage or imperfection shall be repaired.
The material shall be considered dry for re-coating when another coat can be
applied without the development of any film irregularities such as lifting or loss of
adhesion of undercoats. Drying time of the applied coat should not exceed
maximum specified for it as a first coat; if it exceeds the paint material has possibly
deteriorated or mixing is faulty.

5.2.4 No paint shall be force dried under conditions, which will cause cracking, wrinkling,
blistering formation of pores, or detrimentally affect the conditions of the paint. No
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drier shall be added to paint on the job unless specifically called for in the
manufacturer's specification for the paint. Paint shall be protected from rain,
condensation and contamination until dry.
5.2.5 All paints and painting materials shall be stored only in rooms to be arranged by
contractor and approved by Engineer-in-charge for the purpose. All necessary
precautions shall be taken to prevent fire.

5.2.6 Surface preparation and paint application shall be done in presence of


Manufacturers representative. Manufacturers representative shall have necessary
certification from agency like NACE to supervise and ensure the quality of paint
applied.

5.2.7 All personnel shall be provided with personnel protection, e.g. protective clothing,
safety glasses, safety shoes, hard hats, goggles, respirators, earplugs, fresh air-fed
hood and any other necessary safety equipment. All safety equipment shall be
maintained in a good working condition. Warning signs shall be prominently
displayed at all access points to areas where abrasive blasting and painting is in
progress.

5.2.8 The Contractor shall protect all equipment, structures and any other areas from
mechanical damage, environmental damage, blockage or obstruction and damage
caused by over blasting, dripping paint, paint splashes and overspray.

5.2.9 To minimise the risk of damage, no lifting, transportation, erection or fabrication


operations shall be done before the paint has been fully dried and/or cured.

5.2.10 Abrasive blast cleaning and coating operations should be carried out during daylight
hours. However, grit blasting and coating may be carried out at night providing the
lighting and environmental conditions are acceptable. Minimum lighting
requirements for abrasive blasting, painting and inspection are 500 lux.

5.2.11 For internal tank coatings and the external coatings of buried or immersed
equipment and structures, pinhole testing for electrically non-conductive coatings
shall be carried out in accordance with NACE SP0188. The high voltage technique
shall be used; nominally set at 5 V/based on DFT, or as agreed with the paint
Manufacturer but not exceeding 25 kV in total. For coating thickness < 500 DFT,
the low voltage wet sponge technique shall be used.

13.5.3 Spray application


Spraying is the required method of application. The painting Contractor shall supply the
required range of spray tips, sizes and fan angles for the work being undertaken. The spray
pressure shall be uniform and the spray pattern smooth.

13.5.4 Brush application

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Brush application may be done for Maintenance operations, in those cases where spray
application may affect other plant, equipment, property or personnel in or near the work
site. Where the coating product is specified as only being suitable for brush application.
Manufacturer shall confirm in writing that paint is suitable for brush application and will
able to meet the guarantee period. Brush application shall be done only with concurrence of
Engineer in charge. Coatings applied by brush shall be smooth and even

13.5.5 Roller application


Roller application shall only be allowed for steel floors and for panels and equipment inside
climate-controlled areas. Rollers shall be of good quality to ensure uniformity of the applied
coating.

13.5.6 Stripe coat


Before spray application of each coat, irregular surfaces such as sharp edges, welds, small
brackets, interstices etc. shall be stripe-coated, usually by brush, to ensure the specified film
thickness is provided..

13.5.7 Repair of coating defects


Damaged areas, defects in the coating system such as over-runs, drips and smears that have
to be removed or areas with inadequate dry film coating thickness shall be re-cleaned. The
re-cleaning shall carry over on to the sound coating for not less than 50 mm all round, the
edges of which shall be feathered.

After the surface cleaning, the specified coating system shall be re-applied. Any additional
coats shall blend in with the final coating at adjoining areas. Paint Manufacturers shall be
consulted if the existing coating requires abrading before over-coating to obtain good
bonding.

13.5.8 Only thinners specified by the paint Manufacturer shall be used

13.6 Paint Procurement

Painting Contractor shall procure paint material from BPCL approved manufacturers only.

13.7 Inspection and testing

13.7.1 Refer section 12 for testing of paint material

13.7.2 Minimum suggested stages of inspection shall be:


a. Surface Preparation
b. Primer application
c. Each coat of paint
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13.7.3 All defects noticed during stages of inspection, shall be rectified free of cost by the
contractor. All records shall be kept by the contractor.

13.7.4 Wet film thickness measurements shall be made throughout the course of painting in
order to ascertain the adequacy and uniformity of thickness. The readings shall be taken at
least one every ten (10) square metres.

13.7.5 Dry film thickness shall be taken on each coat after drying and curing of the coat. Dry film
thickness (DFT) readings shall be taken using a non-destructive dry film thickness instrument
capable of storing the readings. Sufficient readings shall be taken covering each coat prior to
application of the following coat to ensure the correct required DFT.

13.7.6 The DFT indicated against each system shall be obtained by applying one or more coat of
the paint based on paint properties. The Contractor is responsible to obtain the indicated
DFT as per painting system specification.

13.7.7 DFT meter used shall be calibrated before each inspection and shall be witnessed by the
Inspector. It is the duty of the Inspector to satisfy him/herself with the performance of the
DFT meter.

13.7.8 Criteria for acceptance of painting work shall be in accordance with table 2.

TABLE - 2
Test Standard Frequency Acceptance criteria
Surface ISO 8501-1 One per ten (10) Sa 2
cleanliness square meters
Surface Profile ISO 8503-2 One per ten (10) As per coating procedure / data
square meters sheet
Total Soluble ISO 8502-9 One per twenty (20) <5g/cm2
salt square meters or
contamination minimum 5 tests
whichever is more.
Dust ISO 8502-3 One per ten (10) Rating 2 or better
square meters
Adhesion ISO 4624 One pretest panel, 5 MPa
per shift
Holiday NACE SP0188 100% of surface Zero defects
Detection
Dry Film SSPC PA-2 As per Annexure - F Shall not be less than 80 % and
Thickness more than 120 % of the
Specified dry film thickness.

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Test Standard Frequency Acceptance criteria
(DFT).
Wet Film ISO 2802 One per ten (10) Consistent with providing
Thickness square meters required DFT

13.8 Painting Contrators Responsibility

13.8.1 Contractor shall mobilize the adequate capacity dehumidification unit at site for all internal
painting work, if required. The surrounding air dew point shall be maintained 5 degree
celsius below the prevailing surface temperature. The relative humidity shall be maintained
not more than 45% from preparation to curing of coatings.

13.8.2 The contractor shall ensure proper functioning of the dehumidification unit, measuring RH
and temperature , measuring air flows and maintained 24 hours till coating work is
completed in the tank.

13.8.3 All paints and consumables for a particular tank painting work shall be sourced from one
manufacturer only to have desired paint performance, guarantee and single point
responsibility.

13.8.4 Painting contractor shall deploy adequate number of NACE CIP Level 2 qualified coating
Inspectors to supervise, monitor, inspect & control entire painting process right from the
surface preparation, storage, handling, mixing and application on substrate of the
painting/coating and to ensure the compliance of this specification.These qualified painting
inspectors will report to and shall get guided by BPCL Inspection Dept.

13.8.5 Each contractor shall possess relevant standards and deploy all inspection tool/instrument
to carry out the all above inspection and testing as per relevant standard.

13.8.6 Organising of testing all the painting parameters , supply of all the testing instruments,
consumables for testing each parameter as defined in clause 7.10 above , including getting
accepted by BPCL, shall be the responsibility of painting contractor.

13.8.7 The Inspection test plan which will be mandatory part of the contract shall be prepared by
the above qualified coating inspector and get it approved by BPCL inspection department.
The Contractors qualified coating inspector and BPCL shall sign an inspection report as per
approved inspection test plan.

13.8.8 The report shall consist, as a minimum, of the following in addition to the inspection
parameters and acceptable criteria :
8.8.1 Names of the applicator and the responsible personnel.
8.8.2 Dates when work was carried out.
8.8.3 Paint testing parameters tested

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8.8.4 Equipment and techniques used.
8.8.5 Type and calibration of instruments used.
8.8.6 Weather and ambient conditions.

13.9 Frequency and Guarantee of painting

13.9.1 Frequency of Crude oil tanks Painting system for both internal and external painting shall
be once in 10 years.

13.9.2 Painting Contractor shall furnish Guarantee for minimum 10 years for both internal and
external painting with shot blasting as per Annexure B, C, D & E.

13.9.3 BPCL reserves the right to invoke the gurantees in case contractor (paint applicator) or
contractor fail to repair the paint failed area within reasonable time.

13.10 Painting system

13.10.1 The painting system shall be as mentioned in Annexure A.


13.10.2 The bands and colour coding shall be proved as per Specific Refinery Location practices .
13.10.3 No painting is considered for roof legs. Roof legs to be hot dip galvanized. Schedule 80
pipes to be used for both roof legs and sleeves. The sufficient clearance shall be ensured
between sleeves and roof legs.

13.11 SIGN WRITING

All painting work information shall be mentioned (sign writing) with date of completion on Tank
shell as per Engineer-in-charge instructions.

13.12 INSPECTION AND TESTING OF PAINTING MATERIAL

13.12.1 All the procured paint material along with batch/test certificates shall be offered for BPCL
inspection for approval. Remaining Shelf life shall be at least 90% of the total duration at
the inspection above.

13.12.2 All paint materials shall be accompanied by Manufacturer Test Certificate. Inspection
Engineer at his discretion may test paint formulations, if required.

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ANNEXURE A

SR. SURFACES SURFACE SURFACE PRIMER FINISH COAT TOTAL


NO. PREPARATION PROFILE DFT,
MICRONS
1 Bottom plate Blast cleaning Profile of Not applicable Polyamine 300
under side (soil with grit and 40-70 cured epoxy-
side) shot to Sa 2.5 microns 2x150
microns DFT.
OR
Epoxy Coal
Tar Paint-
2x100
2 a) Bottom Blast cleaning Sharp Amine adduct Polyamine 625
plate top with grit and angular cured epoxy - adduct cured
side (oil shot to Sa 2.5 profile of 1x75 microns solvent free
side). 40 -70 DFT. epoxy - 2x275
b) Bottom first microns microns DFT.
shell OR OR
internal up Phenolic epoxy Phenolic
to 1.0 m novolac epoxy
from holding primer novolac
bottom. - 1x75 microns solvent free
c) Floating DFT. epoxy- 1x550
roof microns DFT.
underside
(oil side)
d) Pontoon
rims
external (oil
side)
e) Roof legs
3 Top shell Blast cleaning 40 Epoxy Coal Tar Epoxy Coal Tar
internal with grit and microns Paint-1x100 Paint-1x100 200
100 mm above shot to Sa 2.5 microns. microns
top of shunt of -------------------- ----------------- _________
secondary seal OR OR OR
marked at safe One coat of 1) Two coat
filling height inorganic zinc of epoxy 350
during hydro ethyl silicate high solids
test. (VS 65%; 85% MIO
zinc on dry film (minimum
minimum) 50 %
1x70 microns lamellar
DFT. MIO on dry
film and
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SR. SURFACES SURFACE SURFACE PRIMER FINISH COAT TOTAL
NO. PREPARATION PROFILE DFT,
MICRONS
vol solids -
80%). Mist
coat & full
coat 100
microns
plus one
coat 100
microns
DFT.
2) Two coats
of aliphatic
acrylic
polyuretha
ne with
minimum
55% vol
solids - 2 x
40 microns
DFT.
(Black
color)
OR
1) Two coats
of modified
epoxy (vol
solids -80%).
Mist coat &
full coat 100
microns plus
one coat 100
microns DFT.
2)Two coats
of aliphatic
acrylic
polyurethane
with
minimum
55% vol solids
- 2 x 40
microns DFT.
(Black color).

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SR. SURFACES SURFACE SURFACE PRIMER FINISH COAT TOTAL
NO. PREPARATION PROFILE DFT,
MICRONS
4 a) Bottom Cu-Slag to Sa 40 One coat of 1) Two coat 400
shell 2.5 microns inorganic zinc of epoxy
external ethyl silicate high solids
surface. (VS 65%; 85% MIO
b) Vertical zinc on dry film (minimum
gauging minimum) 50 %
band. 1x70 microns lamellar
DFT. MIO on dry
film and
vol solids -
80%). Mist
coat & full
coat 125
microns
plus one
coat 125
microns
DFT.
2) Two coats
of aliphatic
acrylic
polyuretha
ne with
minimum
55% vol
solids - 2 x
40 microns
DFT.
(Black
color)

OR
1) Two coats
of modified
epoxy (vol
solids -80%).
Mist coat &
full coat 125
microns plus
one coat 125
microns DFT.
2)Two coats
of aliphatic
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SR. SURFACES SURFACE SURFACE PRIMER FINISH COAT TOTAL
NO. PREPARATION PROFILE DFT,
MICRONS
acrylic
polyurethane
with
minimum
55% vol solids
- 2 x 40
microns DFT.
(Black color).
5 a) Shell Cu-Slag to Sa 40 One coat of 1) Two coat 400
external 2.5 microns inorganic zinc of epoxy
surface ethyl silicate high solids
other than (VS 65%; 85% MIO
bottom shell zinc on dry film (minimum
and vertical minimum) 50 %
gauge band. 1x70 microns lamellar
__________ ____________ DFT. MIO on
b) Roof deck Blast cleaning dry film
plates top with grit and and vol
surface shot to Sa 2.5 solids -
80%).
Mist coat
& full coat
125
microns
plus one
coat 125
microns
DFT.
2) Two coats
of aliphatic
acrylic
polyuretha
ne with
minimum
55% vol
solids - 2 x
40 microns
DFT.
(Aluminiu
m finish,
RAL 9006
white
aluminium)
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SR. SURFACES SURFACE SURFACE PRIMER FINISH COAT TOTAL
NO. PREPARATION PROFILE DFT,
MICRONS

OR
1) Two coats
of modified
epoxy (vol
solids -80%).
Mist coat &
full coat 125
microns plus
one coat 125
microns DFT.
2)Two coats
of aliphatic
acrylic
polyurethane
with
minimum
55% vol solids
- 2 x 40
microns DFT.
(Aluminium
finish, RAL
9006 white
aluminium ).
6 Pontoon inside SSPC Not Not applicable Epoxy Red 100
surface SP2/ST2 applicable Oxide Zinc
Phosphate
Primer-1X60
microns.

Oil Based
Aluminum
Paint-2X20
microns.

7 Color band Light surface preparation Not applicable Two coats of 60 (above
with emery paper 200 no. aliphatic painted
on painted surface. acrylic surface.)
polyurethane
with
minimum
55% vol solids
2 x 30 mic.
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SR. SURFACES SURFACE SURFACE PRIMER FINISH COAT TOTAL
NO. PREPARATION PROFILE DFT,
MICRONS
8 Logo/ sign Light surface preparation Not applicable Alkyd base 60 (above
writing with emery paper 200 no. enamel paint painted
on painted surface. in two coats surface.)
of 30 microns
per coat total
two coats.

Note: 1) Stripe coat is must for weld area, edges and corners.
2) Over zinc silicate, intermediate coat to be applied in mist coat and full coat technique.
3) In PU paint of silver shade, total thickness to be build in two coats.
4) For PU paint QUVA 340 requirement of 80 % gloss retention after 3000 hrs.
5) All sharp edges to be grinded well before painting.
6) Pitted area having width greater than 2mm or depth greater than 5 mm to be filled with
solvent less polyamine adduct cured epoxy.

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ANNEXURE B

PAINT PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE REQUIREMENTS

a) In order to ensure that BPCL gets proper value for the amount invested in painting system, all
endeavour should be to entrust the painting job in totality to the paint manufacturers/ paint
applicators approved by paint manufacturer..

b) The contractor/ paint manufacturers shall guarantee that the chemical and physical properties of
paint materials used are in accordance with specifications contained herein.

c) Any defects that occur during the guaranteed life for the paint system either due to improper paint
materials used or due to faulty application shall be rectified by the paint manufacturer/contractor
at no extra cost to BPCL.

d) For surfaces painted after shot and grit blasting - The bank guarantee for initial 2 years from
the date of completion of the job and 8 years Corporate guarantee in the required format
(enclosed) for the tank painting system shall be submitted by paint manufacturer & applicator
either prior to taking up the painting job or after the completion of painting job subject to release
of payment only after the submission of this guarantee.

e) For surfaces painted after Cu Slag blasting - The bank guarantee for initial 2 years from the date of
completion of the job and 3 years Corporate guarantee in the required format (enclosed) for the
tank painting system shall be submitted by paint manufacturer & applicator either prior to taking
up the painting job or after the completion of painting job subject to release of payment only after
the submission of this guarantee.

f) The performance guarantee consists of 2 years bank guarantee for an equivalent value of 20% and
balance 3 years and 8 years against corporate guarantee.

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ANNEXURE C

1. All the guarantees should be submitted to BPCL in the Standard format given in this specification.
The guarantee will be two components.

i. The performance guarantee shall be given by the painting contractor for the period of two
years. The retention period is for two years from the date of completion. Hence, Bank
guarantee for 2 years for an amount equal to 20 % of contract value of painting work to be
submitted to BPCL.

ii. Corporate guarantee for balance 8 years for surfaces painted after Shot and grit blasting
and 3 years for surfaces painted after Cu Slag blasting. The painting contractor and
paint manufacturer should have proper agreements and both should sign the corporate
guarantee.

2. During the guarantee period, the paint supplier will carry out joint inspection every six months for
first two years and every one year after this along with BPCL engineers. All repairs during the
guarantee period will be done by paint manufacturers at their cost. The extent of corrosion will be
monitored during joint inspections by paint supplier and BPCL engineer.

3. High pressure water washing for tank internal to be carried out .The water shall be potable.

4. Dehumidification system shall be used for internal painting of tanks, if required. Paint
Manufacturer shall decide on whether dehumidifier is there based on the atmospheric condition..

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ANNEXURE D

PROFORMA OF BANK GUARANTEE


(PERFORMANCE)

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited

Dear Sirs,

In consideration of the Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (hereinafter called the


Company which expression shall include its successors and assigns) having awarded to
M/s. (Name)_____________________________________________________________

(Constitution)_________________________________________________(address)
_____ _______________________________________________________herein after referred to
as The Vendor which expression shall wherever the subject or context so permits include its
successors and assigns) a supply contract in terms inter alia, of the Company's Letter no.
________________ dated_____________ and the General Purchase Conditions of the Company
and upon the conditions of Vendors furnishing security for the performance of Vendor's
obligations and / or discharge of the Vendors liability under and/or in connection with the said
supply contract up to a sum of (in figures) _____________________(in words)
_______________________________________only amounting to 20% (twenty percent) of the
total contract value.

We, (name) _____________________________ (constitution)_________________


_________________________________(hereinafter called the Bank which expression shall
include its successors and assigns) hereby jointly and severally undertake and guarantee to pay to
the Company in (Currency) forthwith on demand in writing and without protest or demur of any
and all moneys anywise payable by the Supplier to the Company under, in respect of or in
connection with the said supply contract inclusive of all the Companys losses and expenses and
other moneys anywise payable in respect of the above as specified in any notice of demand made
by the Company to the Bank with reference to this Guarantee upon an aggregate limit of Rs. (in
figures)______________________(in words) ______________________________ only).

And the Bank hereby agrees with the Company that:

a) This Guarantee I Undertake shall be a continuing Guarantee and shall remain valid and irrevocable
for all claims 'of the Company and liabilities of the Vendor arising upto and until midnight of
_______________________________________.
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b) The Guarantee / Undertaking shall be in addition to any other guarantee or security of whatsoever
that the Company may now or at any time otherwise have in relation to the Vendor's obligations /
liabilities under and / or in connection with the said supply contract, and the Company shall have
full authority to take recourse to or reinforce this security in preference to the other security(ies) at
its sole discretion, and no failure on the part of the Company in enforcing or requiring enforcement
of any other security shall have the effect of releasing the Bank from its full liability hereunder.

c) The Company shall be at liability without reference to the Bank and without effecting the full liability
of the Bank hereunder to take any other security in respect of the Vendor's obligations and / or
liabilities under or in connection with the said supply contract and to vary the terms vis-a-vis the
vendor of the said supply contract or to grant time and / or indulgence to the Vendor or to reduce
or to increase or otherwise vary the prices of the total contract value or to release or to forbear
from enforcement all or any of the obligations of the Vendor under the said supply contract and /
or the remedies of the Company under any other security (ies) now or hereafter held by the
Company and no such delaying(s), variation(s), reduction(s), increase(s) or other indulgence/s or
arrangement/s with the Vendor or release or forbearance whatsoever shall have the effect of
releasing the Bank from its full liability to the Company hereunder or of prejudicing rights of the
Company against the Bank.

d) This Guarantee / Undertaking shall not be determined by the liquidation or winding


up, dissolution or change of constitution of insolvency of the Vendor but shall in all respects and for
all purposes be binding and operative until payment of all moneys payable to the Company in
terms hereof.

e) The Bank hereby waives all rights at any time inconsistent with the terms of the Guarantee /
Undertaking and the. obligations or the Bank in terms hereof shall not be anywise affected or
suspended by reason of any dispute or disputes having been raised by the Vendor (whether or not
pending before any Arbitrator Officer, Tribunal or Court) or any denial of liability by the Vendor or
any other order of communication whatsoever by the Vendor stopping or preventing or purporting
to stop or prevent any payment by the Bank to the Company in terms hereof.

f) The amount stated in any notice of demand addressed by the Company to the Guarantor as liable to
be paid to the Company by the Vendor or as suffered or incurred by the Company on account of
any losses or damages or costs, charges and / or expenses shall as between the Bank and the
Company be conclusive of the amount so liable to be paid to the Company or suffered or incurred
by the Company, as the case may be, and payable by the Guarantor to Company in terms hereof.

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Signed for and on behalf of: __________________________________

Name of Bank : _______________________________________

Address : _______________________________________

Seal of the bank : _______________________________________

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ANNEXURE - E

CORPORATE GUARANTEE IN THE FORM OF INDEMNITY BOND FOR 120 (ONE HUNDRED TWENTY)
MONTHS FOR PAINTING WORKS (To be executed in Rs.100/- stamp paper)

(To be executed by Paint manufacturer/applicator)


To,
M/s. Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd
_______________________________

Sub: Agreement No. ______________

The Indemnity Bond/Undertaking/Guarantee Bond executed at _________________ this


______________ day of the month _____________ of _______________ by M/S. ______________
(Name of Paint Supplier/applicator) called the "Guarantor (which expression shall mean and
include, if the context so admits, the partners or partner for time being of the firms & their or their
prospective heirs, executors, administrators, successors and assigns in law) in favour of:

M/s. BHARAT PETROLEUM CORPORATION LTD, having its registered office at Bharat Bhavan, 4&6,
Currimbhoy Road, Ballard Estate, Mumbai-400001, hereafter called the "OWNER"(which expression
shall include its administrators, successors and assigns in Law).

Whereas the "OWNER" desirous of having executed painting works specified in the Agreement No.
_________________ dated ______________ issued by the OWNER" on the successful tenderer
who had participated in the tender No______________ invited by the "OWNER" and opened on
_________________ has caused drawings specifications and bill of quantities showing and
describing the work to be done and the same have been signed on behalf of the successful
tenderer.

WHEREAS the successful tenderer have agreed with the "OWNER" to execute and perform the said
work specified in the work order upon terms and conditions provided in the Agreement executed.

AND WHEREAS the paint manufacturer has fully acquainted himself and understood all the terms
and conditions attaching to the agreement entered into between the OWNER and successful
tenderer regarding execution and performance of the works specified in the Agreement
aforementioned".

IT IS, THEREFORE, THE INTENT OF THIS INDEMNITY BOND BY THE "GUARANTOR" jointly and
severally to indemnify and keep indemnified the "owner" as stated hereinafter:
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1.0 Frame work and purpose of this contract

This contract defines what constitutes a defect in the coating system and what are the rights,
obligations and liabilities of the parties in case of defect.

1. The Guarantee

a. The "GUARANTOR" hereby confirms having carefully examined the coating system supplied
by the "OWNER" in the tender document. Considering all technical aspects & climatic
conditions prevailing at the location, the "GUARANTOR" confirm that specified coating
system are fully suitable for the desired services on mild steel vertical oil storage tanks, steel
structures and steel pipelines etc. at the location.

b. The " Paint supplier/ Applicator hereby confirms that they will ensure thorough surface
preparation as per specified Swedish Standards so as to have desired surface profile before
application of paint system on the steel surface.

c. The "GUARANTOR" hereby agrees to provide all latest codes, SSPC guidelines for painting,
providing surface profile comparators, wet & dry film thickness measuring gadgets and
other painting inspection kits for inspection by "OWNER" conforming to latest SSPC
guidelines for painting inspection.

d. The " Paint supplier/ Applicator hereby confirms to provide Dry Film Thickness (DFT) of
paint specified for every coat .If, actual DFT of a particular coat is beyond the permissible
limits of acceptance of variation in DFT, the "GUARANTOR" undertakes to blast the painted
surface again and apply paint system so as to achieve the specified DFT for every coat.

e. The "GUARANTOR" hereby confirms that the coating system will be free from the defects
i.e. chalking, cracking, alligatoring, flaking, peeling delamination, rusting, blistering,
wrinkling, edge failure and failure around welds etc. during the Guarantee period of the
coating system. The Guarantors guarantee the performance of the coating system during
the Guarantee period.

f. "Performance" means that there will be no defective areas of the coating system during the
Guarantee period.

g. The "GUARANTOR"(Paint supplier/ Applicator) hereby agree that guarantee period of


coating system will commence on the completion of work as detailed in the Agreement No.
___________ dated _____________. This corporate guarantee shall commence on
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completion of retention period of two years from the date of completion of work. (The
Painting Contractor shall provide Bank Guarantee for the first two years from the date of
completion). It expires 8 (Eight) Years after commencement of corporate guarantee period.
However, the "OWNER agrees that guarantee period shall not be extended by any repairs
or repainting made during this guarantee period.

h. "Defective Areas" mean an area or areas where spontaneous visible corrosion has broken
the paint film to a degree exceeding Rust grade No.6 (1% or more of the area painted) of
SSPC Visual Standard No.2 (Guide to Standard method of evaluating Degree of rusting on
painted steel surfaces), within the Guarantee period and or where softening of paint and or
peeling of paint is noticed. Irrespective of the paint in other respects, such as but not limited
to staining, loss of gloss on an area is not considered defective when corrosion activity is
rust grade No.6 or less during the said Guarantee period :

i. The " Paint supplier/ Applicator (GUARANTOR) hereby confirms that in case of premature
paint failure attributable to the quality of the paint, this Guarantee covers that the
Guarantor will supply paint free of cost and will repaint/rectify free of cost for those areas
(defective) where premature paint failure has been accepted and is attributable to the
quality of paint and or workmanship.

1. EXCLUSIONS/Force Majure

The "GUARANTOR" shall have no liability under this contract for the following:

a. Deterioration and damage to the painting system not caused by wear and tear but by
Welding or other heating, Mechanical action, Fire, Explosion, unusual action of the elements
or any other occurrence outside the Guarantor control, and loss or damage which is a
consequence of the aforementioned excluded causes and occurrences.

b. Coating areas on which repair or other works have been performed by the "owner" after
commencement of painting.

c. Deterioration of coating system caused by physical abuse such as on walkways, handrails,


ladders etc.

d. The " Paint supplier and Applicator obligations are automatically waived off and void if
coating system are affected as consequences of strike, war, invasion, acts of terrorism, or
foreign enemies, hostilities, civil war, rebellion, insurrection, military or usurped power,
confiscation or Nationalization or requisition or destruction of or damage to property by or
under the order of any Govt or authority and to the extent that loss or damage is directly or
indirectly caused by such circumstances or natural catastrophe.
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Authorized Signatory of the Paint Manufacturer/Applicator

Name of the Paint manufacturer/ Applicator : ____________________________

Address of the Paint manufacturer/ Applicator : ____________________________

____________________________

____________________________

Seal :

WITNESS

1.

2.

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ANNEXURE F

Procedure for Measurement of Dry Film Coating Thickness

Definitions:

DFT Dry Film Thickness


Gauge Reading A single DFT reading at one point
Spot A circle of 4 cm diameter
Spot Measurement - Average of acceptable three gauge readings within a spot (circle of 4 cm
diameter)

Spot Measurement Procedure:

Minimum of three (3) gauge readings shall be made for each spot measurement of either the
substrate or the coating. Repeated gauge readings, even at points close together, may differ due to
small surface irregularities of the coating and the substrate. For each new gauge reading move the
probe to a new location within 4 cm diameter circle defining the spot. Discard any unusually high or
low reading that cannot be repeated consistently. Take the average of the acceptable gauge readings
as the spot measurement.

Required Number of Measurements for Conformance to a thickness specification

Number of Measurements:

Make five (5) spot measurements spaced randomly over each 10 m2 (100 ft2) area to be measured.
No. of spot measurement beyond five for an area of 10 m2 can be increased as decided by BPCL. The
five spot measurements shall be made for each 10 m2 (100 ft2) of area as follows :

a. For structures not exceeding 30 m2 (300 ft2) in area, each 10 sq m2 (100 ft2) area shall be measured.

b. For structures not exceeding 100 m2 (1000 ft2) in area, three 10 m2 (100 ft2) areas shall be randomly
selected and measured.

c. For structures exceeding 100 m2 (1000 ft2) in area, the first 10 m2 (1000 ft2) shall be measured as
stated in (b) above and for increment thereof or each additional 100 m 2 (1000 ft2) of area, one 10 m2
(1000 ft2) area shall be randomly selected and measured.

d. If the dry film thickness for any 10 m2 (100 ft2) area as mentioned in (b) & ( c) above is not in
compliance with the requirements of (e) & (f) as mentioned below, then additional measurements
must be made to isolate the nonconforming area.

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Specifying Thickness :

Both a maximum and a minimum DFT should be specified for the coating. If a maximum thickness
value is not explicitly specified, the specified thickness shall be minimum.

e. Minimum thickness : The average of five spot measurements for each 10 m2 (100 ft2) area shall not
be less than the specified minimum DFT. The average of three guage readings at any single spot
measurement in any 10 m2 (100 ft2) area s hall not be less than 80% of the specified minimum DFT. If
the average of five spot measurements for a given 10 m2 (100 ft2) area meets or exceeds the
specified minimum DFT and any spot measurement does not met 80% of the specified minimum DFT
, additional spot measurements may be made to define the non-conforming areas.

f. Maximum thickness : The average of five spot measurements for each 10 m 2 (100 ft2) area shall not
be more than the specified maximum DFT. No single spot measurement in any 10 m 2 (100 ft2) area
shall be more than 120% of the specified minimum DFT. If the average of the five spot measurements
of a given 10 m2 (100 ft2) area meets or falls below the specified maximum DFT, but one or more spot
measurements is more than 120% of the specified minimum DFT, additional spot measurements may
be made to define the non-conforming area .

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ANNEXURE G

SPECIFICATION FOR THERMALLY SPRAYED ALUMINIUM (TSA) COATING

1.0 SCOPE:

The following sections outlines the requirement of supply, application and testing of thermally
sprayed aluminum, coatings (TSAC) for corrosion protection of insulated carbon steel piping and
equipments with design temperature not exceeding 5400C.

2.0 ITEMS TO BE THERMALLY SPRAYED:

Steel Structures/equipments to be protected by TSAC shall be as per standard 3C of this standard


specification. Structures, components thermally sprayed shall not have any uncoated area or shall
not be in mechanically connected by flanges etc. to any uncoated bare steel work. Such adjacent
areas to TSA coated areas, if not coated by TSA shall have suitable paint coating system as per the
standard specification.

3.0 TSAC REQUIREMENTS:

3.1 Surface Preparation:

All the parts to be sprayed shall be degreased according to SSPC-SP 1. The absence of oil and
grease after degreasing shall be tested by method given elsewhere in the specification
(Refer Sec.6.7). Thereafter the surface to be abrasive blasted to white metal finish as per
NACE 1/SSPC-SP 5 for marine and immersion service. Using SSPC VIS 1, it is to be visually
assessed that the blast cleaned surface meets requirement of SSPC-SP 5. Thereafter clear
cellophane tape test as per ISO 8502-3 shall be used to confirm absence of dust on the
blasted surface. Finally blasted surface shall be tested for presence of soluble salts as per
method ISO 8502-9. Maximum allowable salt content shall be considered 50mg/m2. (5
micrograms/cm2). In case salt content exceeds specified limit. The contaminated surface
shall be cleaned by method as per Annex C of IS 12944-4 (Water Cleaning). After cleaning
the surface shall be retested for salt content after drying. Testing shall be carried out at
least on each component, once per 200 m2 and a min of 3 times per shift during progress of
work.

The blasting media shall be either chilled iron or angular steel grit as per SSPC-AB-3 of mesh
size G-16 to G-40. Copper, Nickel slag, Garnet or Aluminum Oxide as abrasives will also be
suitable having mesh size in the range of G16 to G24 (10-30 mesh), conforming to SSPC-AB-
1. Mesh size shall be required as appropriate to the anchor tooth depth profile requirement
and blasting equipment used. The blasted surface should be having angular profile depth
not less than 65 microns with sharp angular shape but shall not exceed 85 microns. The
profile depth shall be measured according to NACE standard RP 0287 (Replica Tape) or
ASTM D 4417 method B (Profile depth gauge).

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For manual blasting one profile depth measurement shall be taken every 10 - 20m2 of
blasted surface.

Surface preparation shall be completed in one abrasive blasting cleaning operation


wherever possible.

If rust bloom (visual appearance of rust) appears on the blast cleaned surface before
thermal spraying, the affected area shall be reblasted to achieve specified degree of
cleanliness after which only thermal spraying shall commence.

Air blasting pressure at nozzle shall be normally maintained at 100 psi. Air pressure and
media size should be reduced and adjusted to preclude damage/distortion to thin gauge
materials. Blasting time on work piece should be adjusted to only clean the surface and cut
required anchor tooth with minimum loss of metal. Blast angle should be as close to
perpendicular as possible but in no case greater than 30 0 from perpendicular to work
surface. Blasting media must be free of debris, excessive fines, and contaminants such as
NaCl and sulfur salts (Ref. SEC 6.0 of this Spec.). Blast cleaning shall not be performed when
the surfaces to be blasted are wet or less than 5 0 C above dew point temperature or when
the relative humidity in the vicinity of the work is greater than 90%.

3.1.1 Blasting Equipment:

The TSAC applicator shall use mechanical (centrifugal wheel) or pressure pot blast
cleaning equipment and procedures. Suction blasting equipment shall not be used.
Sec. 6.6.2 shall be used to validate clean and dry air.

3.1.2 Feed Stock:

The feed stock shall be in form of wire. The feed stock shall be 99.5% aluminum of
commercial purity grade, its composition shall be in accordance with requirement of
BS 1475 or ASTM B833 or ISO 209-1 type A 1 (wrought aluminum and aluminum
alloys, wire). Wire shall be supplied in protective wrapping indicating batch number
and other details.

3.1.3 Thickness Requirement:

The nominal thickness of finished TSAC shall be 250 microns having minimum value
of 225 microns at low thickness area (valleys) and not more than 275 microns at
peak areas.

The finished thickness shall be measure using SSPC-PA 2 type 2 fixed probe gauge
(Magnetic Gauge).

3.1.4 Coating Bond Strength Requirement:

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The TSAC coating shall have a minimum individual tensile-bond strength value of
1000 psi for flame sprayed and 1500 psi for arc sprayed coating with an average of
2000 psi for arc sprayed coatings. Minimum tensile bond strength should be
achieved by proper anchor tooth profile of blasted surface, laying down the TSA
thickness in multiple passes and carrying out TSA application under controlled
environment.

3.1.5 Porosity:

All thermally sprayed metallic coatings will have porosity. For thermally sprayed
aluminium coatings porosity shall not exceed 15% of total surface area for flame
sprayed coating and 8% for arc spray coating.

4.0 THERMAL SPRAY APPLICATION PROCEDURE:


Items in the atmospheric zone to be coated by TSA shall be applied by either Flame spray or Arc
spray method only. For coating under insulation, application shall be by arc wire method.

4.1 Equipment Set Up:

4.1.1. Thermal spray equipment shall be set up calibrated, operated (1) according to
manufacturer instructions/technical manuals and also TSAC applicators refinement
thereto and (2) as validated by Procedure Qualification (See 7.0 of this application).

4.1.2 Spray Parameters:

Spray parameters (see table - 9 below) and thickness of each crossing pass shall be
set and shall be validated with bend test (See 6.5 of this Spec.).

4.1.3 Spray Parameters:

Spray Parameters Method of Application

Arc voltage Arc wire Spray Flame Wire Spray


27 V -
Air pressure 80 psi 80 psi
Steel surface cleanliness NACE-1 white metal NACE-1 white metal/or
Near White metal
Steel surface profile 75 microns (minimum) 75 microns (min.)
Arc current 250 - 280A -
Coating thickness 225 microns (nominal) 225 microns (nominal)
Coating adhesion > 1500 psi (Total coating), see >1000 psi
3.1.4
Coating porosity Less than 8% Less than 15%
Spray distance 6-8 5-7
(spray Gun work place)
Spray Pass width 40 mm 20 mm
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The above parameters to be validated with a bend test by the contractor before start of work (for
details of bend test see Sec.6.5 of this Spec.).

4.2 Post Blasting Substrate Condition and Thermal Spraying Period.

4.2.1 The steel surface temperature shall be at least 50C above dew point of ambient air
temperature.

Steel substrate surface temperature shall be recorded by with a contract pyrometer.


Thermal spraying should commence within 15 minutes from the time of completion
of blasting.

4.2.2 Holding Period:

Time between the completion of final anchor tooth blasting and completion of
thermal spraying of blasted surface should be no more than four hours. If within this
period rust bloom appears Sec.4.4.1 of this specification will apply.

4.3 Pre-Heating:

For flame spraying, the initial starting area of 1 - 2 square feet to be preheated to approx.
1200 C to prevent condensation of moisture in the flame on the substrate. For arc spraying
the preheating is not required.

4.4 Thermal Spraying:

Spraying should commence only after validation of equipment set up by procedure


qualification test and spray parameter validation tests described in Sec 7.0 and 6.5
respectively. Thermal spraying must commence within 15 minutes from the time of
completion of blast cleaning.

The specified coating thickness shall be applied in several crossing passes. The coating bond
strength is greater when the spray passes are kept thin. Laying down an excessively thick
spray pass increases the internal stresses in TSAC and decreases the bond strength of total
TSAC. The suitable thickness for crossing passes shall be determined by procedure
qualification test described in Sec 7.0 of this specification.

For manual spraying, spraying to be done in perpendicular crossing passes to minimize thin
spots in coating. Approx. 75 - 100 microns of TSAC shall be laid down in each pass.

The surface geometry of the item or area to be sprayed should be inspected before
application. The spraying pass and sequence shall be planned according to following.

- Maintain Gun as close to perpendicular as possible and within 30 0 from perpendicular


to the substrate.
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- Maintain nominal standoff distance and spray pass width as given below:

Spray Method Standoff Spray pass width


(Inches) (Inches)

Arc Wire 6-8 1 (40 mm)


Flame wire 5-7 (20 mm)

4.4.1 Rust Bloom (Visual appearance of rust or Discoloration):

If Rust bloom appears on the blasted surface before thermal spraying, the affected
area shall be reblasted to achieve the specified level of cleanliness.

If Rust bloom in form of discoloration, or any blastering or a degraded coating


appears at any time during application of TSAC, then spraying shall be stopped and
acceptable sprayed area shall be marked off. The unsatisfactory areas shall be
repaired to the required degree of surface cleanliness and profile.

Blast the edges of the TSAC to provide 2 3 feathered area overlap of the new work
into existing TSAC.

Then apply TSAC to the newly prepared surfaces and overlap the existing TSAC to the
extent of feathered edge so that overlap is a consistent thickness.

4.4.2 Masking:

Masking all those parts and surfaces which are not required to be thermally sprayed
as instructed by purchaser should be inspected by applicator to ensure that they are
properly marked and covered by purchaser.

Complex geometries (flanges, valve manifolds, intersections) shall be masked by


applicator to minimize overspray i.e. TSAC applied outside spray parameters
(primarily gun to substrate distance and spray angle).

4.4.3 TSAC Finish:

The deposited TSAC shall be uniform without blisters, cracks, loose particles, or
exposed steel as examined with 10 X magnification.

5.0 SEALER:

Sealant shall be applied after satisfactory application of TSAC and completion of all testing and
measurements of the finished TSAC as per Sec 6.0 of this specification.

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For shop work Sealer shall be applied immediately after thermal spraying and for field work sealer
shall be applied within 8 hours. The sealcoat shall be thin enough to penetrate into the body of
TSAC.

The sealant shall be Silicone Alkyd Aluminum paint having DFT not more than 35 40 micron.
Typically seal coast shall be applied at a spreading rate resulting in theoretical 38 microns DFT. The
seal coat shall be applied in accordance with SSPC-PA 1 and the paint manufacturer instruction for
sealing.

6.0 TESTING AND MEASUREMENT SCHEDULE:

6.1 Surface Finish:

That the blasted cleaned surface meets the required criteria (NACE 1/SSPC-SP 5) shall be
visually inspected using SSPC-VIS 1. The clear cellophane-tape test as per ISO 8502-3 shall be
used to confirm absence of dust or foreign debris on the cleaned surface. Checks shall be
done on each component at least once per 200 m 2 of blasted surface and minimum of 3
checks per shift.

6.2 Blast Profile Measurement: (In-Process testing during actual production before application
of TSA coating)

The angular profile depth measurement shall be done by profile tape as per method NACE
Standard RP 0287 or ASTM D 4417 method B (Profile depth gauge micrometer). Spot
measurement shall be carried out every 15 m2 of blasted surface. At each spot three
measurements shall be taken over an area of 10 cm2 and average of measurements to be
recorded and reported. If profile is <65 microns blasting shall continue till greater than 65
microns depth profile is achieved.

6.3 TSAC Thickness (In-Process Testing for finished coating during regular production)

6.3.1 TSAC finished thickness shall be measured using SSPC-PA 2 type 2 fixed probe gauge.

6.3.2 For flat surfaces, measurements shall be taken along a straight measurement line,
one measurement line for every 15 m2 of applied TSAC shall be selected along which
5 measurements to be taken at 25 mm internal and average to be reported.

6.3.3 For curved surface or complex geometry, 5 measurements shall be taken at a spot
measuring 10 cm2 in area. One spot to be taken for every 15 m2 of applied TSAC
area.

6.3.4 The TSAC thickness in surface changes or contour changes, welds and attachments
shall be also measured and reported.

6.3.5 If TSAC is less than specified minimum thickness, apply additional TSAC until
specified thickness range is achieved.
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6.3.6 All locations and values of TSAC thickness measurements shall be recorded in Job
Record (JR).

6.4 Tensile Bond Testing (In-Process testing for finished coating during regular production)

- Tensile Bond strength of the TSAC finish coat shall be determined according to ASTM
D 4541 using a self-aligning adhesion tester.

- One measurement shall be made every 50 m2. If tensile bond at any individual spot
is less than 1000 psi for flame sprayed coating and 1500 psi for arc sprayed coating
the degraded TSAC shall completely removed and reapplied.

- The tensile bond portable test instrument to be calibrated according to ASTM C 633.

6.5 Bend Tests:

Bend test shall be carried out at beginning of each work shift. Bend tests shall also be
conducted on sample coupons before start of thermal spraying work to qualify the following
as mentioned earlier in this specification.

- To qualify spray parameters and thickness of each crossing pass.

6.5.1 Test Procedure:

a) Five corrosion control steel coupons each of dimension 50 mm x 150 mm x


1.3 mm thk. to be prepared.

b) Surface shall be prepared by dry abrasive blast cleaning as per this


specification.

c) TSAC shall be applied as per specified thickness range. TSAC should be


sprayed in crossing passes laying down approx. 75 100 microns in each
pass.

d) TSAC applied coupons shall be bent 1800 around a 13 mm diameter mandrel.

e) Bend test shall be considered passed if on bend radius there is

- No cracking or spalling or lifting by a knife blade from the substrate


- Only minor cracking that cannot be lifted from substrate with a knife
blade.

f) Bend test fails if coating cracks with lifting from substrate.

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6.6 Tests for blasting media, blasting air

6.6.1 Blasting Media (For every fresh batch of media and one random test during blasting)

Blasting Media shall be visually inspected for absence of contamination and debris
using 10 X magnification.

a) Inspection for the absence of oil contamination shall be conducted using


following procedure:

- Fill a small clean 200 ml bottle half full of abrasive.

- Fill the bottle with potable water, cap and shake the bottle.

- Inspect water for oil film/slick. If present, the blasting media is not to be
used.

b) Soluble salt contamination if suspected shall be verified by method ASTM D


4940. If present, media to be replaced.

c) Clean blasting equipment, especially pot and hoses, and then replace blasting
media and retest.

6.6.2 Test for Blasting Air (Once Daily before start of blasting and once at random during
blasting).

The air for blasting shall be free from moisture and oil. The compressor air shall be
checked for oil and water contamination per ASTM D 4285.

6.7 Test for presence of oil/grease and contamination

The steel substrate after degreasing as per SSPC-SP 1 shall be tested as per following
procedure to validate absence of oil and grease contamination.

a) Visual inspection Continue degreasing until all visible signs of contamination are
removed.

b) Conduct a solvent evaporation test by applying several drops or a small splash or


residue-free dichloromethane on the suspect area especially pitting, crevice
corrosion areas or depressed areas. An evaporation ring formation is indicative of oil
and grease contamination.

Continue degreasing and inspection till test is passed.

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7.0 TSAC APPLICATOR QUALIFICATION:

Following tests to be carried out as part of procedure qualification test for the applicator.

- Thickness measurement
- Coating bond strength
- Porosity test
- Bend strength

TSAC applicators surface finishing and application process and equipment set up, calibration and
operation shall be qualified by application of TSA on a reference sample which shall be used as a
comparator to evaluate the suitability of application process. Only that applicator will be permitted
to carry out the work when test specimens coated by the applicator meets the desired
requirements as cited below.

The sample shall be made of a steel plate measuring approx. 18 x 18 x thick. If the actual work
is less than thick then the sample to be made from material of representative thickness.

The surface preparation, TSAC application shall be made with actual field equipments and
process/spray parameters and procedures as per the specification. The depth profile of blasted
surface, TSAC coating thickness for each cross pass and total thickness range shall be as per
specification.

The surface preparation and thermal spraying shall be carried out in representative environmental
conditions spraying with makeshift enclosure.

7.1 After application of coating, thickness and tensile bond measurements shall be made in
following manner.

- Divide the sample piece into four quadrants.

- Measure thickness along the diagonal line of each quadrant.

- For each quadrant five in-line thickness measurements at 1 interval shall be done using
SSPC-PA 2 type 2 fixed probe gauge. Thus a total of four five in line thickness
measurements to be done for the whole sample.

- One tensile bond measurement using ASTM D 4541 type III or IV portable self aligning
test instrument to be done at centre of each quadrant. Total of 4 measurements for the
sample.

- One porosity evaluation test by Metallographic examination shall be conducted to


demonstrate the achievement of porosity within the limits specified. Sample shall be
prepared for Metallographic examination as per ASTM E-3.

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- The procedure shall be considered qualified if thickness and tensile-bond strength and
porosity values meet the specification requirement.

7.2 Bend Test: Bend test shall be carried out as detailed at Sec.6.5 of this specification.

Applicators thermal spray equipment set-up, operation and procedure of application


including in-process QC checkpoints adopted during procedure qualification as described
above should be always subsequently followed during entire duration of work.

8.0 DOCUMENTATION:

The following information shall be provided by TSAC applicator before award of work.

- TSAC application process consisting of equipment capabilities and their technical parameters,
feed stock material and source of procurement.

- Detailed application procedure and in-process quality control check points for (a) surface
preparation (b) thermal spraying (c) seal coats.

- Type and specification of instruments to be deployed for measurement of blast profile depth,
TSAC thickness and tensile bond.

- Paint manufacturer data sheet for the selected sealing coat to be applied.

9.0 RECORDS:

- The TSAC applicator shall maintain job record to record production and QC information. All the
results of the tests and quality control checks shall be entered in the record for each
component/part thermally sprayed. All the result of tests (thickness, tensile bond, bond tests)
and other validation tests (e.g. procedure qualification test, test for surface cleanliness after
abrasive blasting, test for cleanliness of abrasives and air) shall also be recorded and duly signed
by owner.

- All the information mentioned in Sec 8.0 above should also form part of the job record.

- Any modification affected after procedure qualification in the procedure, QC, spray parameter,
equipment spec to the original information (submitted before award of the work) must also
form part of Job record.

10.0 WARRANTY:

The TSAC applicator shall warrant the quality of material used by providing the purchaser with a
certificate of materials used to include

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- Spray feed stock: Alloy type/designation, Lot Number, wire diameter, chemical analysis, name
of supplier, manufacturer.

- Sealant: Name of manufacturer, application data sheet.

11.0 SAFETY:

The TSAC applicator shall follow all safety procedures required by the purchaser/owner. Owner
shall also give compliance requirement to be followed by applicator. The applicator shall follow all
appropriate regulatory requirements.

12.0 CODES AND STANDARDS:

This specification shall apply in case of conflict between specification and following applicable
standards:

AWS C.2.17 Recommended Practice for Electric arc Spray


ASTM C 633 Test Method for Adhesive/Cohesive Strength of Flame
Sprayed Coatings
ASTM D 4285 Method for indicating Oil or Water in Compressed Air
ASTM D 4417 Test Method for Field Measurement of Surface Profile of
Blasted Steel
BS 2569 Specification for Sprayed Metal Coating
NACE Standard RP 0287 Field Measurement of Surface Profile of Abrasive Blast
Cleaned Steel Surfaces using a Replica Tape
ASTM D 4541 Test method for Pull-Off Strength of Coating Using
Portable Adhesion Testers
ANSI/AWS C2.18 Guide for the Protection of Steel with Thermal Spray
Coatings of Aluminum, Zinc and their Alloys and
Composites
NACE No.12/AWS Specification for the application of thermal spray coatings
C2.23M/SSPC-CS 23.00 (Metalizing) of aluminum, zinc, and their alloys and
composites for the corrosion protection of steel
SSPC Publication The inspection of coating and linings: A Handbook of Basic
practice for Inspectors, Owners and Specifiers
SSPC-AB 1 Mineral and Slag Abrasives
SSPC-AB 3 Ferrous Metallic Abrasives
SSPC-PA 1 Shop, Field and Maintenance Painting of Steel
SSPC-PA 2 Measurement of Dry Coating Thickness with Magnetic
Gages
NACE No.1/SSPC-SP 5 White Metal Blast Cleaning
NACE No.2/SSPC-SP 10 Near White Metal Blast Cleaning
SSPC-VIS 1 Guide and Reference Photographs for Steel Surfaces
Prepared by Dry Abrasive Blast Cleaning

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ANNEXURE H

EXTERNAL FLOATING ROOF INTERNAL FLOATING ROOF FIXED ROOF

1. Top Shell Course of External Floating Roof tank


2. Top Shell Course of Internal Floating Roof tank or Fixed Roof
3. Roof underside of External Floating Roof & Internal Floating Roof & Fixed Roof.
4. Trusses of Fixed roof and top side of Internal Floating Roof.

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TANK SHELL PAINTING INTERNAL

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ANNEXURE I

BRAND NAMES OF PAINTS:


Note: These brand names of paints are indicative; continuous change in product name shall be considered during execution. Only
five vendors brand names are mentioned herewith as indicative, however other approved vendors equivalent brands shall also be
treated as accepted. In case of conflict between generic name and product name, Generic name of the paint for the specified
services shall be considered final.

Table A

BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S ASIAN M/S SIGMA


SPECIFIED
Vol. Solids Vol. Solids
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME BRAND NAME
% %
SOLIDS
Inorganic Zinc ethyl silicate
1 P1 primer (Minimum 85% Zinc dust 60 2 % Apcosil 605(85%) 65 Sigmazinc 170 65
by weight in the dried film)
Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate
2 P2 50 2 % Apcodur EHB ZP Primer 58 Sigmacover 246 64
primer
Self priming surface tolerant
3 P4 80 2 % Rust-O-Cap 80 Sigmacover 620 80
epoxy mastic paint
Amine Adduct Cured Epoxy
4 P5 60 2 % Apcodur CP 682 58 Not Available
Holding Primer
Two Component Polyamide cured
5 P6 57%2 % Apcodur EHB ZP Primer 58 Sigmacover 280 57
Epoxy Primer
Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate
6 P7 PRIMER SUITABLE FOR GI 50 3 % Apcodur CP 681 58 Sigmacover 280 57
SURFACE
FINISH PAINTS
High build two pack ployamide
7 F1 60 2% Asian HB Epoxy Coating 65 Sigmacover 410 80
cured epoxy

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BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S ASIAN M/S SIGMA
SPECIFIED
Vol. Solids Vol. Solids
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME BRAND NAME
% %
SOLIDS
Low VOC High build Surface
8 F2 tolerant Epoxy pigmented with 80% Rust-O-Cap MIO 80 Not Available -
Al, Micaceous iron oxide
Epoxy glass flake paint (amine
9 F3 87 3% Apcotide 1200 85 Sigmashield 905 100
adduct -Buried Pipelines)
Two pack Epoxy based tank liner
Paint with Laboratory
(Amine cured) (Immersed Paint with Laboratory
Paint performance
Services For - Hexane ,Motor Paint performance
certificates for
spirit, Naphtha, IBP 60, certificates for specified
10 F4 60 2 % 60 specified services at 60
Kerosene, Mineral turpentine, services at operating
operating
HSD, Flushing oil,LDO, ATF, temperature &
temperature &
Methyl Tertiary Butyl ether, Lube condition
condition
Oil, Caustic, services. )
Two Component solvent free
11 F5 amine cured epoxy (Immersion 100% APCOGUARD SF 722 100 Sigmaguard CSF 650 100
services)
Solvent Free Epoxy amine cured
12 F6 100% Apcoguard SF 155 100 Sigmaguard CSF 585 100
(Potable Water )
Epoxy coal tar paint (Immersion
13 F7 64 2% Apcodur CF 655 80 Sigmacover 300 71
Grade)
Solvent free amine cured epoxy
14 F9 reinforced with glass flakes. (Sea 100 Not Available - Sigmashield 905 100
Water Pipeline internal)
Paint with Laboratory Paint with Laboratory
Paint performance Paint performance
Epoxy glass flake paint (amine certificates for specified certificates for
15 F10 90 3% 100 100
adduct)(IMMERSION SERVICES) services at operating specified services at
temperature & operating
condition temperature &
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BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S ASIAN M/S SIGMA
SPECIFIED
Vol. Solids Vol. Solids
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME BRAND NAME
% %
SOLIDS
condition

HIGH TEMPERATURE PAINTS


Apcomin Interior Boiler
16 T1 Boiler composition 40 2 % 46 Not Available -
Composition
Asian Bituminous
17 T2 Bituminous stack black 40 2 % 50 Not Available -
Coating.
18 T3 Zinc dust graphite paint 40 2 % Not Available - Not Available -
Oleoresinous based heat resistant
Asian Heat Resisting Al
19 T4 Aluminium paint (up to 250 deg. 30 2 % 30 Not Available -
Paint
C)
Silicone Heat resistant Aluminum Apcotherm HR 600(upto
20 T6 28 2 % 28 Not Available -
paint (400 - 600 deg. C) 600 Deg C)
Two component high solid, high
temperature phenolic CUI
21 T8 67 2% Apcotherm EPN 200 70 Sigmatherm 230 68
(corrosion under insulation Epoxy
coating (UP TO 200 DEG. C)
Heat resistant Engineered
22 T9 75% 2% Not Available - PSX-738 84
Polysiloxane
Temperature indicating paint
23 T10 42% Not Available - Not Available -
based upon modified silicone

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BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S ASIAN M/S SIGMA
SPECIFIED
Vol. Solids Vol. Solids
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME BRAND NAME
% %
SOLIDS
Two component high solid High
temperature (suitable up to Paint with Laboratory
Paint with Laboratory
minimum 120 deg C. immersed Paint performance
Paint performance
heat) phenolic epoxy coating.- certificates for
certificates for specified
24 T11 2x100 microns(IMMERSION 67 2% 67 specified services at 67
services at operating
SERVICES For - LR, Waxy, operating
temperature &
HGO,Fuel oil, cycle oil, LSHS, Lube temperature &
condition
waxy , Benzene, Toluene, condition
Methanol, Extract, services.)
POLYURETHANE PAINTS
Acrylic Aliphatic weather Apcothane CF 678/
25 U1 2% 57/64 Sigmadur 550 55
resistant polyurethane paint Apcothane HBPU Finish
ALKYD BASED PAINT
Apcomin Synthetic
26 B1 Synthetic enamel paint 40 2 % 42 Sigmarine 48 45
Enamel
27 B2 Oil based Aluminium paint 40 2 % Asian Al 40 Not Available -

Table A (Continued)

BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S AKZO NOBEL M/S HEMPEL


SPECIFIED
Vol. Solids Vol. Solids
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME BRAND NAME
% %
SOLIDS
Inorganic Zinc ethyl silicate
1 P1 primer (Minimum 85% Zinc dust 60 2 % Interzinc 22 63 Galvosil 15700 65
by weight in the dried film)

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BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S AKZO NOBEL M/S HEMPEL
SPECIFIED
Vol. Solids Vol. Solids
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME BRAND NAME
% %
SOLIDS
Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate
2 P2 50 2 % Intergard 251 63 Hempadur 1530C 51
primer
Self priming surface tolerant Hempadur Mastic
3 P4 80 2 % Inteseal 547 80 81
epoxy mastic paint 47550
Amine Adduct Cured Epoxy
4 P5 60 2 % Interline 1012 60 Hempadur 15500 68
Holding Primer
Two Component Polyamide
5 P6 57%2 % Intergard 251 63 Hempadur 15553 55
cured Epoxy Primer
Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate
6 P7 PRIMER SUITABLE FOR GI 50 3 % Intergard 269 47 Hempadur 15553 55
SURFACE
FINISH PAINTS
High build two pack ployamide Hempadur Mastic
7 F1 60 2% Intergard 966 62 81
cured epoxy 47550
Low VOC High build Surface
Hempadur Mastic
8 F2 tolerant Epoxy pigmented with 80% Interplus 256 80 80
4588 (mixed)
Al, Micaceous iron oxide
Epoxy glass flake paint (amine Multi-Strength 35870
9 F3 87 3% Interzone 505 90 87
adduct -Buried Pipelines) GF
Two pack Epoxy based tank liner
Paint with Laboratory
(Amine cured) (Immersed Paint with Laboratory
Paint performance
Services For - Hexane ,Motor Paint performance
certificates for
spirit, Naphtha, IBP 60, certificates for specified
10 F4 60 2 % 60 specified services at 60
Kerosene, Mineral turpentine, services at operating
operating
HSD, Flushing oil,LDO, ATF, temperature &
temperature &
Methyl Tertiary Butyl ether, Lube condition
condition
Oil, Caustic, services. )

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BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S AKZO NOBEL M/S HEMPEL
SPECIFIED
Vol. Solids Vol. Solids
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME BRAND NAME
% %
SOLIDS
Two Component solvent free
Multi-Strength
11 F5 amine cured epoxy (Immersion 100% Interline 925P 100 100
35530/1
services)
Solvent Free Epoxy amine cured Multi-Strength
12 F6 100% Interline 925 100 100
(Potable Water ) 35530/1
Epoxy coal tar paint (Immersion Hempadur Coaltar
13 F7 64 2% Not Available - 70
Grade) 15130
Solvent free amine cured epoxy
14 F9 reinforced with glass flakes. (Sea 100 Interline 925 GF 100 Not Available -
Water Pipeline internal)
Paint with Laboratory
Paint with Laboratory
Paint performance
Paint performance
certificates for
Epoxy glass flake paint (amine certificates for specified
15 F10 90 3% 90 specified services at 90
adduct)(IMMERSION SERVICES) services at operating
operating
temperature &
temperature &
condition
condition
HIGH TEMPERATURE PAINTS
16 T1 Boiler composition 40 2 % Not Available - Not Available -
17 T2 Bituminous stack black 40 2 % Intertuf16 53 Hempinol 10220 50
18 T3 Zinc dust graphite paint 40 2 % Not Available - Not Available -
Oleoresinous based heat
Hempel Silicon
19 T4 resistant Aluminium paint (up to 30 2 % Intertherm 919 25 2 % 54
Acrylic 56940
250 deg. C)
Silicone Heat resistant Aluminum Hempel Silicon
20 T6 28 2 % Not Available - 43
paint (400 - 600 deg. C) Aluminium 56914

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BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S AKZO NOBEL M/S HEMPEL
SPECIFIED
Vol. Solids Vol. Solids
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME BRAND NAME
% %
SOLIDS
Two component high solid, high
temperature phenolic CUI
21 T8 67 2% Intertherm 228 67 Hempadur 85671 68
(corrosion under insulation Epoxy
coating (UP TO 200 DEG. C)
Heat resistant Engineered
22 T9 75% 2% Not Available Not Available -
Polysiloxane
Temperature indicating paint Hempel Thermo-
23 T10 42% Intertherm 715 42 57
based upon modified silicone Colour 56980
Two component high solid High
temperature (suitable up to Paint with Laboratory
Paint with Laboratory
minimum 120 deg C. immersed Paint performance
Paint performance
heat) phenolic epoxy coating.- certificates for
certificates for specified
24 T11 2x100 microns(IMMERSION 67 2% 67 specified services at 67
services at operating
SERVICES For - LR, Waxy, operating
temperature &
HGO,Fuel oil, cycle oil, LSHS, Lube temperature &
condition
waxy , Benzene, Toluene, condition
Methanol, Extract, services.)
POLYURETHANE PAINTS
Acrylic Aliphatic weather
25 U1 2% Interthane 138 50 Hempathane 55190 63
resistant polyurethane paint
ALKYD BASED PAINT
26 B1 Synthetic enamel paint 40 2 % Interlac 826 64 Hempalin 52140 46
27 B2 Oil based Aluminium paint 40 2 % Intertherm Al 40 Hempel Al 40

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Table A (Continued)

BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S JOTUN


SPECIFIED
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME Vol. Solids
SOLIDS
Inorganic Zinc ethyl silicate
1 P1 primer (Minimum 85% Zinc dust 60 2 % Resist 86 67%
by weight in the dried film)
Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate
2 P2 50 2 % Penguard HSP ZP 73%
primer
Self priming surface tolerant
3 P4 80 2 % Jotamastic 80 80%
epoxy mastic paint
Amine Adduct Cured Epoxy
4 P5 60 2 % Tankguard Storage 63%
Holding Primer
Two Component Polyamide
5 P6 60%2 % Not Available -
cured Epoxy Primer
Epoxy red oxide zinc phosphate
6 P7 PRIMER SUITABLE FOR GI 50 3 % Penguard Primer 51%
SURFACE
FINISH PAINTS
High build two pack ployamide
7 F1 60 2% Penguard Midcoat 82%
cured epoxy
Low VOC High build Surface
8 F2 tolerant Epoxy pigmented with 80% Not Available -
Al, Micaceous iron oxide

Epoxy glass flake paint (amine


9 F3 87 3% Marathon XHB 96%
adduct -Buried Pipelines)

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BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S JOTUN
SPECIFIED
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME Vol. Solids
SOLIDS
Two pack Epoxy based tank liner
Paint with Laboratory
(Amine cured) (Immersed
Paint performance
Services For - Hexane ,Motor
certificates for
spirit, Naphtha, IBP 60,
10 F4 60 2 % specified services at 60
Kerosene, Mineral turpentine,
operating
HSD, Flushing oil,LDO, ATF,
temperature &
Methyl Tertiary Butyl ether, Lube
condition
Oil, Caustic, services. )
Two Component solvent free
11 F5 amine cured epoxy (Immersed 100% Tankguard SF 100%
services )
Solvent Free Epoxy amine cured
12 F6 100% Tankguard DW 100%
(Potable Water )
Epoxy coal tar paint (Immersion
13 F7 64 2% Not Available -
Grade)
Solvent free amine cured epoxy
14 F9 reinforced with glass flakes. (Sea 100 Not Available -
Water Pipeline internal)
Paint with Laboratory
Paint performance
certificates for
Epoxy glass flake paint (amine
15 F10 90 3% specified services at 96%
adduct)(IMMERSION SERVICES)
operating
temperature &
condition
HIGH TEMPERATURE PAINTS
16 T1 Boiler composition 40 2 % Not Available -
17 T2 Bituminous stack black 40 2 % Not Available -
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BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S JOTUN
SPECIFIED
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME Vol. Solids
SOLIDS
18 T3 Zinc dust graphite paint 40 2 % Not Available -
Oleoresinous based heat
19 T4 resistant Aluminium paint (up to 30 2 % Aluminum Paint HR 45%
250 deg. C)
Silicone Heat resistant Aluminum
20 T6 28 2 % Solvalitt Alu. 40%
paint (400 - 600 deg. C)
Two component high solid, high
temperature phenolic CUI
21 T8 67 2% Epoxy HR 63%
(corrosion under insulation Epoxy
coating (UP TO 200 DEG. C)
Heat resistant Engineered
22 T9 75% 2% Not Available -
Polysiloxane
Temperature indicating paint
23 T10 42% Not Available -
based upon modified silicone
Two component high solid High
temperature (suitable up to
minimum 120 deg C. immersed
heat) phenolic epoxy coating.-
24 T11 2x100 microns(IMMERSION 67 2% Not Available -
SERVICES For - LR, Waxy,
HGO,Fuel oil, cycle oil, LSHS, Lube
waxy , Benzene, Toluene,
Methanol, Extract, services.)
POLYURETHANE PAINTS
Acrylic Aliphatic weather
25 U1 2% Hardtop XP 63%
resistant polyurethane paint
ALKYD BASED PAINT
26 B1 Synthetic enamel paint 40 2 % Not Available -
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BPCL SPECIFICATIONS M/S JOTUN
SPECIFIED
SR. NO. SYSTEM PRIMER VOL. BRAND NAME Vol. Solids
SOLIDS

27 B2 Oil based Aluminium paint 40 2 % Not Available -

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DOCUMENT No.
ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL A874-000-16-43-ATR-3002
REQUIREMENTS Rev. B
Page 1 of 2

ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL
REQUIREMENTS
(PIPES-CS-WELDED-I)

B 07.03.17 ISSUED FOR BIDS SM SM PKA


A 03.02.17 ISSUED FOR BIDS SM SM PKA
Prepared
Rev. No Date Purpose Checked by Approved by
by

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DOCUMENT No.
ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL A874-000-16-43-ATR-3002
REQUIREMENTS Rev. B
Page 2 of 2

ADDITIONAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS


(PIPES-CS-WELDED-I)

1. Bidder to note that no correspondence whatsoever shall be entered into or


entertained after the bid submission.

2. Bidder shall furnish quotations only for those items, for which he can supply
strictly as per MR specifications and for which he is approved by EIL/Owner.

3. No technical details of any nature shall be included in the offer. If the offer
contains any technical deviation or clarification or stipulates any technical
specifications (even if in line with the MR requirements), the offer shall be
liable for rejection.

4. The submission of prices by the Bidder shall be construed to mean that he has
confirmed compliance with all technical specifications of the corresponding
item(s).

5. Bidder shall categorically confirm compliance to all the attachments listed in


the list of attachment sheet of the MR, A879-000-WA-MR-3002.

6. Negative tolerance on quantity is not acceptable and positive tolerance on


quantity shall be restricted to single random length only. In case the MR
quantity is within single random length, the supplied quantity shall be
maximum single random length only.

7. Item no. PI2O213Z02419ZZZZ shall be supplied painted along with high


temperature masking tape affixed along the length of painted pipe in
accordance with dwg. no. A874-000-16-43-SK-1001.

8. For Surface preparation and Painting of item with item code


PI2O213Z02419ZZZZ, refer BPCL technical specification of Paint coating
AE-S-5430 _REV 1.Recommended painting scheme is system 3 of clause 7.0
of this specifcation

9. For Item Code PI2O213Z02419ZZZZ refer drawing no.


A874-000-16-43-SK-0001 for orientation of high temperature masking tape on
line pipe

Format No. EIL 1641-1924 Rev. 1 Copyright EIL All rights reserved

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