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A-1 APPENDIX A LIST AND DESCRIPTION OF EXISTING TSMC SPECIFICATIONS Testing Specifications for Metallizing Steel Structures STANDARD TITLE SCOPE DATE COMMENTS Standard Test Method for Adhesive Consists of coating one face of a substrate fixture and bonding this coating to the face of a loading fixture. This assembly of coating Reapproved in ASTM C 633 or Cohesive Strength of Flame- and fixtures is subjected to a tensile load normal to the plane of the 1993 Sprayed Coatings coating. Standard Test Methods for Field Discusses techniques to measure the profile of abrasive blast cleaned surfaces in the laboratory, field, or fabricating shop. Three Last revised in ASTM D 4417 Measurement of Surface Profile of methods are discussed: visual comparison, fine pointed probe, and 1993 Blast Cleaned Steel reverse image Standard Test Method for Pull-Off Evaluates adhesion by application of a concentric load and counter Last revised in ASTM D 4541 Strength of Coatings Using Portable load to a single surface. 1995 Adhesion Testers Other types of contamination may Standard Test Method for Indicating Used to determine the presence of oil or water in compressed air Reapproved in ASTM D 4285 used for abrasive blast cleaning and coating application. require additional analytical Oil or Water in Compressed Air 1993 techniques for detection. Standard Guide for Metallographic This guide provides general recommendations for sectioning, This standard also references ASTM cleaning, mounting, grinding, and polishing to reveal the Last revised in ASTM E 1920 Preparation of Thermal Sprayed microstructural features of thermal sprayed coatings and the E 3 Practice of Preparation of 1997 Coatings substrate when examined microscopically. Metallographic Specimens. Standard Test Method for This test method quantifies the abrasion resistance of thermal ASTM F 1978- Measuring Abrasion Resistance of spray metallic coatings on flat metallic surfaces. This test uses the Developed by ASTM Subcommittee 1999 99 Metallic Thermal Spray Coatings by Taber abraser which causes wear to the coating surface by F04.15. Using the Taber Abraser rolling and rubbing. Wear is quantified as cumulative mass loss. This standard provides procedural instructions for approval testing Thermal Spraying Approval October 1, ISO 14918 of thermal sprayers. It defines essential requirements, test Testing of Thermal Sprayers conditions and acceptance and certification requirements. 1998 Thermal Spraying Quality Four parts discuss the quality requirements for thermal spraying ISO 14922-1 Requirements of Thermally Sprayed for application by the manufacturers using the thermal spraying June 15, 1999 Structures process for coating new parts, for repair and for maintenance. Originally Standard Recommended Practice, Provides a procedure to measure the surface profile of abrasive prepared in Limited to the surface profile NACE Standard Field Measurement of Surface blast cleaned steel. A tape is utilized to replicate the surface 1987 and defined in the standard (1.5 to 4.5 RP0287-95 Profile of Abrasive Blast Cleaned profile. reaffirmed in mils). Steel Surfaces Using a Replica Tape 1991 and 1995 November 1, This standard describes the procedures to measure the thickness of 1982; editorial Measurement of Dry Paint a dry film using commercially available magnetic gages. The SSPC-PA 2 procedures for calibration and measurements are described for changes Thickness with Magnetic Gages pull-off gages and constant pressure probe gages. August 1, 1991 Materials/Equipment Specifications for Metallizing Steel Structures STANDARD TITLE SCOPE DATE COMMENTS Standard Specification for This specification covers high-strength low-alloy steel H- High-Strength Low-Alloy Steel piles and sheet piling of structural quality for use in the Last revised in ASTM A 690 H-Piles and Sheet Piling for construction of dock walls, sea walls, bulkheads, 1994 Use in Marine Environments excavations and like applications in marine environments. Specification for Zinc Wire for This specification covers zinc wire used in depositing zinc Developed by ASTM Sub- ASTM B 833 Thermal Spraying 1997 coatings by oxy-fuel and electric arc thermal spray. committee B02.04. (Metallizing) Military Specification: Wire; Specifies wire for use in deposition of metallic coatings by Last amended MIL-W-6712C Metallizing flame-spray. May 21, 1987 Metallizing Outfits, Powder- Canceled without replacement, MIL-M-80141C April 30, 1987 Guns and Accessories November 20, 1998. Powders, Plasma Spray, October 25, Canceled without replacement MIL-P-83348/1 Nickel Aluminum Powder Type 1984 December 27, 1990. I, Composition G, Class 2 Welding Terms and Definitions Including Terms for Brazing, AWS A3.0 Provides a glossary of terms used in the welding industry. May 23, 1994 ANSI approved. Soldering, Thermal Spraying and Thermal Cutting

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A-2 Application and Surface Preparation Specifications for Metallizing Steel Structures STANDARD TITLE SCOPE DATE COMMENTS Guide for Corrosion SSPC/NACE/AWS Tri-Society Specifies required equipment, application procedures and in- Protection of Steel with Working Draft Thermal Spray Committee for the process quality control checkpoints. This paper discusses ANSI/AWS C2.23-XX Metallic Thermal Spray procedures and equipment for abrasive blasting, coating #2, February 25, Corrosion Protection of Steel. Last Coatings of Aluminum, Zinc, 1999 known C2B Tri-Society meeting application and sealer application. Their Alloys and Composites was in April, 1999. Metallic Coatings -- Protection of Iron and Steel Against Approved in This standard is not approved by BPS 677 1990 ANSI or DoD. Corrosion -- Metal Spraying of Zinc and Aluminum Metallic Coatings Protection of Iron and Steel Against This international standard defines the characteristic properties and specifies methods of test of coatings obtained by the spraying ISO 2063 Corrosion Metal Spraying of of zinc and aluminum and alloys based on these metals for the Zinc, Aluminum and Alloys of general purposes of corrosion protection. these Materials Thermal Spraying Spraying This standard covers thermal spraying of self fluxing alloys that February 1, ISO 14920 and Fusing of Self-Fluxing are simultaneously or subsequently fused to create a homogeneous 1999 Alloys diffusion bonded coating. Metal Sprayed Coatings for Last notice of Due to excessive weight and Specifies requirements for the use of metal sprayed aluminum MIL-STD-2138A(SH) Corrosion Protection Aboard coatings on naval ships. change August hazards, zinc was eliminated as a Naval Ships (Metric) 29, 1994 metal sprayed coating material. Specification for the Application of Thermal Spray Serves as a guide for preparing Coatings (Metallizing) of Covers the requirements for thermal spray metallic coatings on SSPC CS 23.00 steel substrates. June 1, 1991 specifications for thermal spray Aluminum, Zinc and their applications. Alloys and Composites for the Corrosion Protection of Steel This specification covers the requirements for the solvent cleaning November 1, SSPC SP-1 Solvent Cleaning of steel surfaces. 1982 A white metal blast cleaned surface shall be free of all visible oil, September 15, SSPC SP-5/NACE No. 1 White-Metal Blast Cleaning grease, dust, dirt, mill scale, rust, coating, oxides, corrosion 1994 products and other foreign matter. A near-white blast cleaned surface shall be free of all visible oil, SSPC SP-10/NACE grease, dust, dirt, mill scale, rust, coating, oxides, corrosion September 15, Near-White Blast Cleaning products and other foreign matter, except for staining. Staining 1994 No. 2 shall be limited to no more than 5% of each unit area of surface. Provides standard reference photographs illustrating four Visual Standard for Abrasive SSPC Vis 1-89 unpainted steel surfaces cleaned to white metal, near-white metal, Conforms with ASTM D 2200. Blast Cleaned Steel commercial blast and brush-off blast finishes.

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A-3 Foreign Standards for Metallizing Steel Structures STANDARD TITLE SCOPE DATE COMMENTS This Japanese Industrial Standard specifies zinc spray Zinc Spray Coating on Iron or coating on iron or steel products with the object of JIS H 8300 Japanese Industrial Standard Steel prevention of corrosion. The standard discusses quality, testing and inspection. This Japanese Industrial Standard specifies aluminum spray 1971 Aluminum Spray Coating coating on iron or steel products with the objects of JIS H 8301 Japanese Industrial Standard on Iron or Steel prevention of corrosion and high temperature oxidation. The standard discusses quality, testing and inspection. Metallic and Other Inorganic 12 pages provide information on thermal spraying of Coatings Thermal Spraying aluminum, zinc and their alloys. The standard discusses Has the status of a British EN 22063 1994 Zinc, Aluminum and Their surface preparation, coating metal, thermal spraying and Standard; supersedes BS 2569. Alloys sealers. Adhesion test methods are located in an appendix. 114 pages provide a guide on how to specify a chosen Protective Coating of Iron and protective system, how to ensure its correct application and Steel Structures against how to maintain it. Does not include specific BS 5493 Corrosion. Handling, British Standard recommendations for ships, vehicles, offshore platforms, Transport, Storage and specialized chemical equipment, cladding materials, plastic Erection coatings, cement mortar linings or weathering steels. This European standard specifies requirements for the acceptance inspection of thermal spraying equipment including plasma, arc and flame spraying plants used to Thermal Spraying produce high-quality sprayed coatings. The purpose of SS-EN 1395 Acceptance Inspection of acceptance inspection as part of a quality assurance system March 1996 Swedish Standard Thermal Spraying Equipment for spraying equipment serves to provide proof that the equipment is suitable for producing sprayed coatings of uniform quality in particular to satisfy the requirements of this standard. This standard covers powders, which are currently applicable in thermal spraying on the basis of the physical and chemical properties. Properties and property Thermal Spraying Powders determination of powders for thermal spraying include: SS-EN 1274 Composition Technical Sampling and sample splitting, June 1996 Swedish Standard Supply Conditions Chemical composition, Particle size range, Particle size distribution, Manufacturing process and particle shape, Apparent density, Flow properties, Microstructure, and Determination of phases. Safety Standards for Metallizing Steel Structures STANDARD TITLE SCOPE DATE COMMENTS This guide defines methods and practices which are most practical in maintaining safety during application of protective coatings on steel structures. Complete coverage November 1, A Guide to Safety in Coating of all aspects is not presented. The objective of this guide 1982; editorial SSPC PA-3 Application is to itemize basic actions. Section titles include coatings, changes July solvents, airless sprayers, ladders, scaffolding, rigging, 1, 1995 personnel protection, respirators, ventilation, and barricades. AWS Thermal Spraying: Practice, Theory and Application. Recommended Safe Practices AWS TS1 Chapter 11 of this book discusses the potential hazards May, 1993 for Thermal Spraying associated with thermal spraying. Part 1910 contains several subparts that discuss safety Occupational Safety and issues regarding hazardous materials, welding, cutting and OSHA 29 CFR 1910 Health Standards brazing, electrical and toxic and hazardous substances, to name a few.