Potable Water Tanks

April 5, 2009

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1.1 Cleaning, Surface Preparation and Painting Requirements for Potable Water Tanks.

1.2 If the PPI checkpoint criteria are met, the following table provides service life expectancy for the listed systems.

MSDS and manufacturer’s ASTM F 718 sheets, Shipbuilders and Marine Paints and Coating Product / Procedure Data Sheet for coating systems being applied for specified area.

4.14.1 Prior to use, painting equipment (pumps, hoses, and so forth) shall be flushed clean to remove any residual contaminants or other foreign matter.

Situations arise where very limited touch-up is required, and specified drying times have an adverse impact on ship’s schedule.

7.3.1.1 Two days wait between coats and two days wait after the final coat if the largest single touch-up area is less than 1 ft² and the total touch-up area is less than 4 ft².

NOTE: BETWEEN APPLICATION OF PAINT COATS, ENSURE A MINIMUM OF 48 HOURS OF DRYING TIME IS GIVEN AT A MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 70°F.

During application, immediately brush out any runs, drips, sags or puddles.

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