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CONOCOPHILLIPS INDONESIA INC. L TO.
Contract No. CS70-12398
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WHP EPC
PROCEDURE
BLASTING & COATING PROCEDURE
Document No.
A-84S08-9700-9P-318
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REVISION CONTROL SHEET
REV REVISION NOTES
D Issued for Review I Approval
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Issued for approval for "Approved for Construction"( AFC)incorporating COPI
comments vide rev.D.
With reference to TQ No. 84508-TQ-NSB/COPI-STR-3026 dt.OI-Aug-07, Hemple
I Specs Sheets are corrected and also Finish Coat Color {RAL number} for all System
referred in HEMPLE Specs Sheet
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Incorporated minor comment in Approval Document in Clause 6.8.3B refer Page 12
last line
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Incorporated use of manual power brush cleaning for inaccessible & small areas
{Refer Page 5}
4 COPl's comments incorporated {Refer Page 5 & 6 }
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COPl's comments incorporated {Refer Page 5 & 6}. Flare boom color scheme
changed. Refer System 3 Hempel Specification Sheet
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CONTENTS
PAGE NO.
1. Purpose 4
2. Scope 4
3. Definitions & Abbreviations 4
4. Related Documents 4
5. Responsibility 4
6. Procedure 5
7. Annexure 14
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1.0 Purpose:
To ensure that all coating/painting operations are carried out to comply with Paint Manufacturer's
requirements to achieve the desired quality as per COMPANY specifications.
2.0 Scope:
Applicable to all coating/painting operations of jacket, deck structures and other items of deck for
WHP EPC platfonns to be fabricated at NSB for North Belut field Development project.
3.0 Definitions & Abbreviations:
3.1 Profile Anchor: A degree of blasted surface roughness value before coating application.
3.2 Surface Cleanliness: A degree of surface preparation / cleanliness requirement before coating
application
3.3 WFT: A measurement by a WFT gauge for checking coating at the stage during coating
application.
3.4 DFT: A measurement of coating thickness after paint curing (Dry film thickness measured in
microns or mils).
3.5 Touch-up: The minor rectification to damaged areas of previously finished coating.
3.6 FABSP: Fabrication Superintendent
3.7 FIFO: First In First Out
3.8 MSDS: Material Safety Data Sheets
3.9 COMPANY / COP}: ConocoPhilips Indonesia Inc. Ltd.
3.10 NSBINS Batam: Nippon Steel Batam Offshore Service
4.0 Related documents:
ISO 8501, 8502, 8503; 11124; 11125; 11126; 11127; ASTM D 4940
COPI specificatiou nos. 84501-9200-1 L-006 standards & codes referred therein.
A84508-9700-9P-302: ITP Jacket & Deck Painting
A8450S-9700-9P-305: Fabrication Quality Plan
AS450S-9700-9P-30l: Fabrication HSE Plan
Hempel recommended paint system (attached) and MSDS for all paint related products. This includes
MSDS for solvents, thinners etc.
5.0 Responsibility: (Refer to organization chart attached)
5.1 Fabrication Manager, Yard Manager / FABSP are responsible for implementation of this
procedure.
5.2 QC Painting inspector is responsible for inspection of coating operations as per this
procedure, COMPANY contractual specification and as per manufacturer's recommended and
approved Painting system. QC painting inspector shall be NACE level II qualified or equivalent
or be approved by the COMPANY.
5.3 Painting supervisor / Field engineer (Painting) is responsible [l.)!" compliance with this procedure.
5.4 Paint Any recolllmendations madc hy the paint shell! he l11ade in
writing by head o!Tice personnel or as agreed with COMP/\N'y', Technical
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representalIve li-OlTI Pamt miT is responsIble for ensuring pamt manufacturer's recommendations
in paint application, inspection and testing_
Note: The painting supervisor/field engineer shall ensure Personnel safety precautions by
complying with painting equipment manufacturer's recommendations.
Only trained/experienced personnel shall operate painting equipment as applicable to this
procedure_ Blasters and Painters shall be certified by the Technical representative(s) from
the Paint Manufacturer.
Risk Assessments shall also be submitted to COP] in COP] recommended formats
separately_ Applicable MSDS shall be made available at Work Centre with field engineer
and painting supervisor and at clinic. All MSDS shall be applicable submitted to CPY
through separate procedure_
Appropriate approved safety features and PPE to be used by blaster and painter to prevent
any accidental injury_
6.0 Procedure:
6.1 Preparation for Blasting & painting:
6.1.1 Before blasting and painting activities, adequate protection / masking by suitable means
shall be carried out on the following items to prevent over-spray or blast due to blasting
and coating activities.
Existing coating of adjacent equipment / structural portions.
Name plates, instruments, tags.
Bevel ends of prefabricated joints subject to final fit-up at field
Threaded / serrated surfaces of flanges, valve stem, hardware, instruments etc and any
other foreign material not covered by the painting system.
Box up inaccessible areas which do not require painting or are too difficult to paint
Burrs, slivers, scabs and weld spatter visible before blasting shall be removed and all sharp
edges shall be rounded off to a 2mm radius minimum and rendered flush using grinders_
Welded areas shall be given special attention for removal of welding edge crevices and
any slag.
Surface contamination (viz., oil & grease) on the surface shall be removed from the steel
surfaces by solvent cleaning in accordance with SSPC-SP-l and Paint Manufacturer's
recommendations as per their Specification sheets.
Large contamination area shall be removed with emulsion cleaning and rinsed with fresh
water.
Blasting can be either by auto blast or manual method with dry abrasive or manual power
brush. Manual/auto will be decided during development of fabrication sequence.
Normally at NSB, itcms such as beams, full length braces, pipes for piping deck plates etc
are blasted in auto blast machine. Structures sllch as conductor guide framing and any
other fabricated structures other than those mentioned before are all blasted in open area /
in the yard. Manual power brush shall be deployed primarily lor those areas which arc
inaccessible, \'cry small individual segmented surface areas i.c. less than 100 x 100 111m
and where usc: or autn/manual blast \\"mlld c:fTcct other painted S l l r ~ l C C S or equipmcllts or
already installed malerial component::-; and lISC oj' 11/(/1//1(// jJ())t'cr hnls;' or \'(/("/l1I1JI h/ustillg
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in such areas shall be only be caITied out after approval of COPlon casc to casc basis
inspection reports shall mention surface preparation method accordingly.
6.2 BLASTING AND COATING EQUIPMENT:
6.2.1 Blasting and coating equipment shall be checked to be in good operating condition.
Equipment should be complete with appropriate controlling accessories for work
application (i.e., moisture separator, air dryer, and air after cooler) and safety equipment
(pressure gauge, pressure reliefvalve).
6.2.2 Pressure output from the air compressor shall be checked before use. Minimum air
pressure requirement respective to the hose diameter/grid and nozzle size shall be checked
to ensure compliance with the applicable standard requirement for the blasting. Air
pressure at nozzle outlet shall be measured with suitable equipment. Air content shall be
checked to be free from oil and moisture by blotter test with a cotton cloth.
6.2.3 Traps or separators shall be provided to remove oil and condensed water at the
downstream of air pot. These traps or separators must be drained daily during operations.
6.2.4 Conventional spray pot, paint hose shall be attached with air filter line.
Equipment
Indonesian
such as compressor, blasting
regulatory authorities.
6.3 Blasting Method/Type and Blasting Abrasive:
pot etc shall have valid certification by
General: At NSB, there is no provision for wet blasting and surface preparation for
Painting is by dry blasting method only.
6.3.1 For dry blasting, selection of the type of abrasive is dependent on profile of roughness as
required by the paint system. The abrasive material for blasting shall be clean, dry and free
of contamination of dust/chloride. (Recycled abrasive shall be periodically checked for
dust and contamination level. Recycling of garnet abrasive shall not be done when used in
an uncontrolled environment ie. Site working conditions). Recycled garnet shall be
ensured to be free from dust and foreign matter and clean dry for use. IITespective of the
size of gamet, required surface preparation shall be achieved.
Abrasive material for blasting shall be garnet for Sa 2.5 surface finish. Use of silica sand is
totally prohibited. Abrasive / garnet used shall be of high quality product such as GMA
Australia garnet with different sizes and mesh to achieve required surface finish and
roughness. IITespective of the size and mesh of garnet, requircd surface finish and
roughness shall be achieved. (Sincc garnet is a naturally occurring mineral, sometimes the
sizc of abrasive may vary).
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6.4 Blasting Control:
6.4.1 Before and during blasting activity, the relative humidity of the air shall be checked and
regularly monitored. The readings in regard to humidity shall be recorded. Blasting shall
mostly be carried out during daylight hours, however if the activity is perfonned during
night time, the surface shall be sweep blasted the next morning in confOlmance to copr
requirements( 84501-9200-1 L-006).
Ambient temperature of the substrate shall be measured. No blasting shall be done when
the temperature of the substrate is less than 5F above dew point. No blasting shall be done
when raining, or fog, unless the item to be blasted is suitably protected.
6.4.2 Blasting activities shall not proceed or continue when the relative humidity exceeds 90%
or not in compliance with contractual specification. However, in specific cases when
Relative Humidity is higher, blasting may proceed subject to NSB-QHSE and copr
approval, but up to Sa2 surface finish. For final surface finish as per paint system, the
ambient conditions as per 84501-9200-IL-006 shall be ensured.
6.5 Power Tool Cleaning:
6.5.1 Power tool cleaning may be carried out for localized cleaning or when access restrictions
for blasting prevail. Any such possibility of localized cleaning in areas difficult shall be
identified and reported to the Client well before. Power tool cleaning shall be adopted only
when mutually agreed. Power tools to be used on stainless steel shall be non metallic and
shall be segregated from those used for carbon steel to avoid contamination of stainless
steels.
6.6 Surface Profile and Surface Condition:
6.6.1 The surface profile of the blasted steel surface shall be G medium as per rso 8503.
6.6.2 The surface finish shall be Sa 2.5 for blasting as per rso 8501. However, for repair areas it
shall be Sa2.5. Should visible rusting occur or the cleaned surface become wet or
otherwise contaminated, the surfaces shall be re-blasted to acceptable standards. In any
case, all blasted surfaces shall be blasted within the requirements of the paint
manufacturer's recommendation and painted within 4 hours.
6.7 Coating Preparation:
6.7.1 Surface Cleaning:
6.7.IA The surface must be clean and free from dust or sand. Immediately after blast
cleaning, dust or grid remaining on the surfaces shall be removed by means of
compressed air or vacuum. The maximum dust level shall be level II as pcr ISO
8502-3. Standard of Dust level comparator shall be made available at sitc through
laminated photographs of picture from ISO 8502-3 for easy and quick reference.
6.7.113 The cleaned shall be coated as soon as possible to avoid formation ol'oxidc
layer on the
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6.7.IC Coating material shaH not be applied when there IS a visible moisture and / or
presence of dust on the cleaned surfacc.
6.7.2 Coating Material:
6.7.2A Paints are receivcd in drums of 20Lt capacity or in any other form as required.
Paints are subjected incoming material inspection before acceptance by the
warehouse. During inspection, batch certificates shall be tallied against batch
numbers on the drums / containers for correct batch no. General packing condition
without any visible damages is ensured. Refer to 6.7.2C for inspection details.
6.7.2B The storage, handling and use of coating material shall be in accordance with the
paint manufacturer's recommendations stated on the data sheet. Storage areas are
ensured to be away from hot work areas with adequate ventilation and fire fighting
provision. For issue of paints and solvents, FIFO system shall be followed. All
expired products shall be promptly removed from the storage area and marked with
red colour indicating "Rejected".
6.7.2C Paint material shall be checked for following during inspection and before
application:
Type of Paint
Batch number
Date of expiry
Storage
Date of Manufacturing
6.7.3 Mixing of Coating Materials:
6.7.3A Paint materials shall be thoroughly mixed by appropriate agitating tool until they
are smooth and free from lumps.
6.7.3B Coating mixture shall be examined for uniformity after mixing and to ensure that
no unmixed pigment remains on the bottom of the container. Paint material shall
be repeatedly agitated to keep the pigment in suspension.
6.7.3C All pigment material shall be strained before and after mixing.
6.7.3D Thinner is not recommended to be added unless recommended by Paint
Manufacturer.
6.7.4 Surface Temperature:
6.7.4A Surface and ambient temperature and humidity readings shall bc taken prior to
application of each coat. They shaH be recorded on the surface cleaning and
painting report.
6.7.4B Painting shall be planned to be carried out during daylight hours and completed at
least one hOllr before sundovv'n. In case it is planned to carry out painting activity
under controlled conditions in the night hours COP! shall be informed in advance
or the same I'or their approval. Coating shall not be applied whcn thc
temperature or thc substrate or whcn the rclati\"c humidity or the air arc not in
compliancc \\"ith the requircments of the paint rec()lllmcndation;;.
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Substrate temperature shall be more then dew point by 5" I Relative Humidity shall
be less than 90%. The minimum application temperature for Epoxy shall be lOll C
and for Polyurethane 5 C.
6.7.5 Applicatioll o(Coatillg:
6.7.5A Manufacturer's recommendations shall be followed for all coating applications:
a) Coating application may be carried out by "airless spray" or "conventional
spray" depending on the coating system and area of application with correct
specified nozzle sizes as per Paint Manufacturer recommendations. Paint Pot
for conventional spray, specially for Inorganic Zinc Coatings shall be fitted
with agitator to ensure that no zinc settles at bottom. However in the absence of
automatic agitator, manual stirring shall be ensured as per paint manufacturer's
recommendations. Coating shall not be applied when the wind speed exceeds
15MPH, unless specifically approved by the company(COPI)
b) All lap welds, corner welds, squared corners, hole and cavities shall be stripe
coated by bmsh. Inorganic zinc (Gal vasil 15700) shall not be applied by brush
except for minor touch up.
c) Coating shall be applied within the manufacturer's minimum and maximum re-
coat time and each coat shall be applied as a continuous film of uniform
thickness free of pores.
d) All coatings shall be allowed to dry and cure thoroughly in accordance with the
manufacturer's written instmction prior to the application of the succeeding
coat. All coats shall be applied as soon as possible after the minimum drying
time for preceding coat.
Final coat colours shall be as in 84501-9200-1 L-006
6.7.6 Sanding Down:
Before applying subsequent coating, all visible over-spray and dty spray on the primer
coat and second coat shall be sand down by means of scmbbing wool and sand paper
respectively. After sanding down activity, the surface shall be blown clean as follows:
,. In case of primer coat, repair on primer coating shall proceed after blowing followed
by washing down after drying.
,. In case of second coat, surface shall be cleaned by solvent cleaning followed by
another blow down.
,.. Steel scrubbing wool shall not be used on stainless steels.
6.8 Quality Control:
Inspection tools used for the quality control shall be calibrated to ensure accuracy and personnel
using the tools shall understand their application. Valid calibration certificates by 3rd party shall
be available or in house calibration certificates with traceability to International standards,
Calibration certificates shall be made available 10 COMPANY painting QC inspector prior to
starting paint :->}'stcm quali!icalion and production paintint!,
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Scope of inspection for COPI, erR, CA shall be as per approved ITP for Coating vide Doc # A-
S450S-9700-9S-302.
Painting & Blasting Operators and painting inspcctors shall be trained and suitably
qualified/experienced prior to employing them on the job.
During application, ambient conditions shall be monitored. At the end of surface preparation and
at the end of each coat application the following inspection activities shall be carried out.
Inspection requests shall be made to COPI paint inspector by writing at least 24 hours in advance.
When this is not possible, inspection notice time shall be mutually agreed between NS Batam and
COPI site inspectors. Painting inspector shall have NACE level II qualification or equivalent
6.S.1 Surface Preparation:
6.S.IA Temperature & Humidity measurement:
The temperature and humidity measurement shall be carried out by a magnetic
temperature gauge or contactable digital temperature gauge to get instant readings and
hygrometer. (Ekometer 113 and 116 respectively). The values shall be recorded in Daily
painting inspection report (NSB-QC-FOS).
6.S.1B Surface Profile:
Surface profile height respective to each coating system shall be checked for acceptance in
accordance with requirements of each paint system to meet COPI requirement To get the
quantitative actual values, authentic documentation, replica tape (Press' 0' film) as per
NACE RPOS7 is used.
The profile height of the surface preparation shall be checked by means of a calibrated
surface profile gauge (E1cometer 123 and Keane-tator profile comparator).
6.S.1 C Conductivity test for blast medium:
Conductivity test for abrasive/blast medium shall be conducted by taking a
Representative sample of abrasive (50gm) and add 150 ml of distilled water with known
PH value and conductivity. After thorough stirring of abrasive in the distilled water, the
Conductivity of water is measured with calibrated conductivity meter in units' micro
Siemens / cm.
6.S.1 DDust level contamination test:
Dust level contamination on the basted surface shall be checked after cleaning the blasted
surface with dry air/ vacuum cleaner. Randomly an area is selected for checking dust
level. A cello tape 01' standard quality of 6" length is taken and pressed against the
selected area. Then it is peeled olT without contaminating the sur{'acc and pasted against a
clean white back ground. The number or du:->l particles in ()" length is compared with dust
level comparator.
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6.S.1 E Salt Contamination tcst:
Salt contamination test at random shall bc performed as per Paint manufacturcr's
recommended practice and values shall be compared with paint manufacturer
recommended values for each system.
6.8.1 F Blotter test:
Blotter test shall be performed at random as recommended by paint manufacturer.
6.8.1 G Pressure test:
Pressure test to check outlet pressure shall be performed as per 6.2.2.
6.8.2 Coating Application:
6.8.2A Wet Film Thickness (WFT):
WFT shall be randomly checked with wet film measuring gauge (Elcometer lIS).
6.8.2B Dry Film Thickness (DFT):
Dry film thickness shall be checked for conformance with manufacturer's recommended
thickness and specification requirements. DFT of each coating and total DFT shall be
checked for compliance to contractual specification, according to ISO 19840. However
SSPC-PA2 may be consulted when required.
6.8.2C Visual Inspection:
Visual Inspection shall ensure that the painted surface is free from the following defects:
Orange peel; Cracks; Bubbling; Pin holes; Run and sags; Blistering etc.
6.8.3 Testing:
6.8.3A Adhesion Testing:
Pull out test for coating thickness> 200 microns (Min required 4Mpa with mechanical
device, 6MPa with hydraulic device, unless otherwise specified) by paint supplier and
endorsed by COMPANY.
Tape pull off for coating thickness < 200 microns
Pull out test shall be carried out by Adhesion tester of E1cometer make.
If for any reason, above inspection and test fail to meet specified requirements, a retest
shall be ca!Ticd out on a new sample with the same paint system.
The above mentioned adhesion tests shall be decided by the paint manufacturer as per
known International standard practice.
o.8.3fll-loliday test:
Holiday test is carried out with the help or an instrument according: to NACE RP () I?)K ,llld
at a \'ullage spccillcd by paint supplier. "I he instrument shall ha\'c steel brush, The steel
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brush is brushed on the painted surface at random. The covered area by brushing shall be
at least 20% of total painted area. While applying the brush, if there are sparks generated
on the painted surface, it is concluded that the area has holidays. When holidays are
noticed, they shall be rectified to re-offer for rectification and the entire surface shall be
checked (100 %),WLpo illl .\"S/e/II '\1iiJjNL/IJ)lI]lIlcrsioll .\el'vice . i.e. PO'!.
6.S.3C Visual Inspection:
All thin spots or holidays and defects such as runs, sags, drips and voids shall be marked
with marker approved by paint supplier by chalk or identified with masking tape for repair
by touch-up.
6.S.4 Painting System Qualification
Prior to production blasting and painting, sample coupon is made for each paint system.
The entire paint system shall be applied as agreed complying with paint manufacturer's
recommendations including surface preparation. Following tests shall be carried out on
the sample coupon. Each sample coupon shall be of size 1M x 1M. Paint system
qualification further involves the following:
6.S.4.1 An audit visit to Paint Manufacturer facilities at Singapore and/or Jakarta as
applicable shall be planned jointly by NSB Painting inspector and COPl QC
representative for painting. Scope of audit shall be jointly decided by the attending
auditors.
6.S.4.2 Painting System Qualification shall be carried out jointly by applicator and Paint
Manufacturer to confinn that the available equipment, process control measures are
sufficient to achieve the desired quality level as required by COPl specification.
6.S.4.3 During Paint system qualification only generic paints as recommended by paint
manufacturer and approved by COPl shall be used. Final colour as required by the
COPl specification shall be as per RAL no in the specification and shall be confimled
by the applicator (NSB) through a paint map subsequently through a Site Technical
Query.
6.S.4.4 The results of the paint system qualification shall be tallied against codes and
standards referred in the COPl specification and as per Manufacturer
recommendations.
6.S.4.5 GALVANISING
6.S.4.6 All grating, handrails, ladders, stairs, cages, toe plates, guard rails, clips and
miscellaneous items defined in the drawing are to be hot dip galvanized as per i\STM
A 123. The zinc coating weight shall average not less than 3.0 ounces per sq. n. and
no specimen shall show less than 2.5 ounces per sq. ft. Dry Film thickness or zinc
coating shall not exceed X.Omits.
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6.S.4.7 Galvanised members which are to be permanently fixed to the structure by welding
shall be attached after suppOliing members are primed and intel1l1cdiate coated, but
before top coat is applied.
6.S.5 Coating Repair & final inspection:
6.8.5A Touch-up:
Touch up can be in minor cases such as holidays, scratches, blisters, runs and sags
and any other minor surface ilTegularities. In such cases, the surface to be repaired
is marked up jointly by Painting inspector and COPI inspector. The periphery of a
damaged area shall be feathered prior to coating application. The damaged area
shall be sand down by emery paper. Then the paint is applied as per n01Tl1a1
application method.
In case of any major repairs due to any unforeseen damages to painted area where
it is necessary to remove entire coating, local blasting to get required surface
profile shall be calTied out.
Precautions shall be taken to protect adjacent coated areas from damage caused by
localized abrasive blasting. Coating shall be applied as per original painting
application system or as agreed for repair.
All damaged galvanised items caused by fabrication; welding, handling etc shall be
blasted and coated with system specified in system 6 or system 7 as applicable.
6.8.5B Final Inspection & Reporting:
Final inspection shall be calTied out on a "Touch Dry" situation and the DFT on
various surface spots of the finished touch-up areas shall be checked and witnessed
by client representative. The g QC painting inspector shall prepare a report after
acceptance. This shall include test for holidays on the painted surface.
6.9 HSE requirements and control measures in Coating Operations:
6.9.1 Safety:
All coating operations shall be carried out fully in compliance with paint manufacturer's MSDS
(Refer to Note under Section 5.4). Further generic risk assessments have been carried out for
blasting and painting operations and for handling & storage or paints and chemicals by NSB as
per annexure. Appropriate PPE shall be made available to all the personnel involved in blasting
and painting operations. Blasting hose and nozzle shall be attached with deadman valve. All
hose pipe and nozzle/hose joints shall be tied by steel wire to avoid snapping of couplings
resulting in accidents.
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6.9.2 Health:
Prior to recruitment all personnel shall be checked to be in good health as per Indonesian
Government regulations for employees. Further periodic health cheeks shall be perfonned by
NS Batarn medic for ensuring health of employees. During all working hours, NSB production
operations are supported by 24hr fist aid dispensary facilities.
6.9.3 Environment:
Paint waste, paint container, PPE etc shall be disposed off appropriately in compliance with
AMDAL / BAPEDAL /Indonesian Government regulations.
Grit/Gamet blasting medium being non polluting substances, no special disposal measures
are applied. Gamet/grit waste is mixed with soil in the yard or for any fill up where required.
6.10 Guarantee terms:
Certificate issued by the office d' Homologation des Garanties de Peiuuture Industrielle and
executed by Hempel Paints and NS Batam, or equivalent written statement, shall be submitted
for perfornlance guarantee.
7 .0 Annexure:
NSB-QC-F09 : Chloride test for abrasive
NSB-QC-F12 : Holiday test report
NSB-QC-F02B : Request For Inspection
NSB-QC-F07 : Inspection request
NSB-QC-FllB : Non-conformance report (Fabrication)
NSB-QC-FllA : Non-conformance report (Material)
Annexure A : Clarification on paint system No 15
Hempel recommended Paint Systems from pal to 1'32.
QA/QC organization chart for coating application
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CIILIIIIIIIE lEST REPORT fOR IUIRASI1IE
FOB BLASTIIG Date:
No.of paqes :
Type of Abrasive
Chloride Tester
Source of Abrasive
Grade & S;ze of Abrasive :
Batch no of abrasive".
Sample Size and Sampling Method: Mix of Samples bags
TOTAL ABRASIVE RECElVED{Qffi: L
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TEST METHOD DESCRIPTION :
Prepared by T es\ed & Inspected by Tested & Inspected by Approved by
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PAINTING SUBCOHT. INSPECTOR . MSS QC -II!SPECTOR PAINT MANUFA.CTUR INSPECTOR COMPANY REP.
ODc.No.: NSB-QCF09 Rev. 1
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IDENTIFICATION OF THE PART:
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SURFACE TREATMI ENT:
Abrasive Material
Surface profile
Acc. Standard
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COATING SYSTEM I HEMPEL PAINT
Primer Coat
1st Coat
2nd Coat
3rd Coat
4th I Final Coat
UI. TEST EQUIPMENT
IV. RESULT:
V. REMARKS:
Prepared by Inspected by Reviewed & Approved by Reviewed & Approved by
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On Time
Location & Responsible Person
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QHSE DEPARTMENT TO CLIENT
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,. MATERIAL INSPECTION
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NON CONFllHMANEE REPORT
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Clarifit:ation on paint system No 15 as perCOPI spec. No 84501-nOO-IL-006_
The Sl!bjec[ paint system 15 calls for spray aluminum suitable for steel
surfaces of misccHanc.ous immersed marine items and those operating at 500 Dcg. C.
These are ap-....as where normally z.ccess. fur coating :maintenance is difficult eg.
Within the moonpool >rea,
Subm",ged hull preparations> 15m,
Riser porch areas where porch will be inaccessible once the risers >te installed,
Steel flowline Risers From -15m to top ofRi=etc.
ThiS syste;n nay not be applicable to the compo:lents being manufactured at NSB
Tad for the No:th Belut Project.
The Painting ma:lUfactnrer for thlsprojeet W"- Hempel Singapore have a:so confirmed
their in>bility to be able to comply exactly to this requirement and have given their-
proposal vide Hempel Specification sheet fur paint system 15 attached herewith_
Under the circumstances }'Ou are requested to review the submitted procedure with
exception to submitted paint system 15 which if applicable-lt>ourwo&sSha:I DC
complied with as p- .... COP! ""I"ircment at later date or one month prior!o
comrncncemcrit of such work..
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i3;rl A. :<.a-a 1nrit:S!:ial ."">;)."t No. 12 &riot oCl:arnRic.L; - 2S:!:-lE 1"I:jc"lesic
-;-n. -62 178 4E31JE3/-52 i61 h"l.X: 102 ng 466SR
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PT Sle;-:J
}\U:1: Mr. PJ.rka;;h - QliSE V:'U-.Cltcr
Cc: I-::Iji Ihnhi:r. Or:nr
Re: C()noc:o-:\orth Belut l>lntfonn) Proiect
Svstems
Reference:o :he subject \.\'t'.: would like to e."(plaill ;::air:t spt'::ci fica::on.
Prepare::: by Ollr technical depa..'"1:;r.ertl.
Svstem 4 !'iSS 3 coats. COPl 2
Hempadur vlutti-Streng)h 35.870 is at a rr;aximum DfT of3.S(} mic:-ons x. 2
CO?t'i. This:s done in order to prevent paim sags: & solven: treps which :nay result in
coating failure ifapplied to fufl OFT c.s [lmposcC. in 6e pelot as
70:1 mic.-o:Js Dl--r.
flem;>ei is proposing as 2coa:sat }SO microns coat by I ::::oatD::-
.Iem;::athane -fop coat 55.210 at SC microns DFT"
System 5 NSB 3 coats.. COPI 2 -coats + marking
Explanation same as for System 4. as mentioned above...
Svstcm 8 NSB l coats. COPl 3 roats:
Hen:pel had chftnged to 3 :::oats. and new paint speci-::'ca:ioe isatt.ached"
Apology for tile.
ner:19c:1 do not hc.c coating system :or sprcty (Normally done in labo:atcry
"'''he-relore: we <r.e onl y propos:ng the 2. coats. of S:licorie A:u:ninurJ 56910 ,H
OFr e-a::-t coat.
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8leck A. -(c;<!. 'ldt.:shal :..>a'it No. 12, Kelurahar Baloi. 6a:am-:liaJ - 29>'135
TEL: +52 rf/3.466363!+62-!{B457 181 FAX ;t62 71a 466662:
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Apr: I:"'. 2007
PT "\:i;}pon - Batam .
Alta::Vr. Veo Pakash lQHSE
CC: :-\n.ii ;branlll1- (Ik:npcl Baram)
Dear Sir. _
Re: Conoe" - "'orill Belm Well Head Project
Rcferer:ce. to the abovel:lentiot:e:d project
This memo is to cO:1finn that Hempel is recommending use. of Hempel Galvcsil
\5700, in ;ieu of Hem?el Galv<>stlI5780_
:-tclr:pd Galvosil has. a resistant to per:nar.ent (non cyclic)-dry tc:-t:pera:ure as wen
dry temperature up to max. 5000C-
It iasa longer shelf up to I (one) y::a.
Ir has the: Lloyd'5 Register of shipping as a recogn;'zed conosion control coati:"Ig.
refer to the under r:1entioned for any enquiry on this subject.
: C1.301.12G.6.2!5.C02
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A. Kara 1r-.cJStrial Perk 1\::-.. Ke Jrat-Eln Bat::ri :.lalam-P.i;u __ 29.;.36
T::l: +62 ?7a 663 1+62 na L6, 181 FAX . 4E5 66?
Website : w'-N'I.'" .... hempeLcom .
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1\",: \.1,. Ved Parkash - (QHSE :vla,age,j
Ce: Ha'i :brahiD O:nae (Hetcpel Bala,:
Re: Hempd Product 4588: l\ "an aukt We\!Jlead pro;ec T)
Reference to your er:qui:y or: the abo\lementioned producL
\)./e are pleased to clarify that the ProCuct :ner.ioned in the Owne:-' s pair.t sped fic3licn as
Hempadur L5Sg0.
Hempadur L 5&&0 is a low to medium temperature cu:ed prodLtt... designed to be-
in cold tempe:ature clirna:e. especially in the winter.'
This p:roduct is not St;ilabJe fur our corequato.rlal
applicable in our regior:.
7he curing age::1t used diFers for tl:e two p:cdllGS.
45880 cering agen: i, 95Rl!O &
He::np":t:r 4:58& I ccring ai?::n: is 95&81
The generic components oft:ltes!!: produc-..s are the only the. t:urlng age':lts so
in order not to complicate the mater It..e Hempel R&D depa."1Jnen'"_ have oentioned as
Hempadur 45881 for this region_
It is not surprising Hempadur 45880 is :nc-:ltioned in the speciHcation_ as
they w:;:re writter. in France (Western cot:ntry).
Eope I had made my clarificati.on to suit yom-
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Bkl:;:< A. Komplex Ka-a Fa-k No. 2, Ketu:-a:la, Pe"mei R.:.tiln--Ri::n. - ?943E I -.,t:!!')csia
- : 718 456 cEQ :..,.62 .nB 461 16;1 F=AX : -'5'2: na 466 E5?
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PT Nippon Steel-Batam
Attn: Mr. Ved Parkash(QHSE w.ar.ager)
CC: H2j' Jbra'l,m Omac (Hem;:el Batam)

Re: Conoco Korth Bclut Wei, Head project
Please: be informed that Hempel Protect 35650 is no. l(tnger in production in tltis
rL'g'ion) and as such we recommend Hempadur Multi-Strt:ngtb GF 35870 as the
suita hie substitute.
Hempel hereby gives the quality and performance assurance of Hempadur GF
35870.
Please refel- to the ulldersigned for enquiies..
Yours

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Glxk :\, I(y,pclt -<C'<! Ir:dUSl'ri;;.! No. 12. :<e 6;:Jloi Pcm:ai e:ale:rn-fliztt . 29136 l,dunesia
TEL: ... 62779 4E5 663 I-:,..E2 ?7a 46i 1e- ;:AX: -'-Tf:} 466 66?
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Ce: Haji :brahim Omar {Hempel &tam}
Dear S:r.
Re: Conoco- Belt:! (Hempadur (5552)
Her:lpel would lik.e to recomtr.end nempadu, 15552,. which is tW3 co:nponen:: adcuc:
cured epoxy paint. tt cures to a flexible.. welJ adherbg wi::h good abrasion impact
resistance. T.-"tis product is suitable to applicator.. of systems O!l hot dipped galvanized
5'-lrfaces. a!uminu:n anc stainless. steel materials. .
T!1us: we recommend this prodl.tt suitable: fo:- the abovemen:ion;;:.d

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T [L : -. 5? TIS .:.66 563/+62 TIS 457 tal FAX. : +6? "na 4E6 662
Website: wW'N.hem:leLc?n
April 4. }007
PT \/ippon Snoe\ - Batam
Attn: Mr. Vea Parkasl: (QHSE lV:ar.ager)
Co: Haj' Ibr.hir:! (I-le:npel Bat.m)
Dear Sic
Re: Conoco - Norte Stitt (Well Head project)
("Iempel' $:Iiroi!e Aturr.in"m 56'} 10)
The abovementioned product is heat :es=-sStalt alu::r:im;m pigmented paint.
They with stand temperature cl' to 6000C f 11120F_
n1ey are designed for long-term ;::.rotecS.on of hot exr.aus:t pipes... and sr:1o:(e stacks
and ether hat su:faces.
Hempel would like to recommend this: sys:""-"'-.Ill 15.
Hope my recommer.:datioll wi[ meet your requ:rements_
NP'NP:)" .JoJl.73C.5.215.002
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SPECIFICAT"lN SHEET
HeMPELA/S
..
Project: Conoco Selut WP (Whe/lhead Platform) Top Side Attn: Mr, Ved Parkash
Area: SYSTEM No,15
Area size:
FLAME SPRAY ALUMINIUM COATINGS,
NO PRIMER FROM HEMPEL'S COATING SYSTEM
Surface preparation:
Oil and grease etc. (0 be removed by emulsion cleaning, Affected area 10 be (high
pressure) fresh waler cleaned in order to remove salts and other contaminants. When
Ihe surface is dry: Abrasive bias ling 10 Sa 3 according 10 ISO 8501-1:1988,
Trealed afea
PrOduct name (includIng quality number) % Shade
HEMPEL'S SILICONE ALUMINIUM 56910
flc Llghl alu
I
HEMPEL'S SILICONE ALUMINIUM 5691 0
fie Llahl alu
Vu: lauch Jle f/c: full coal TOlal d,(,I,
Film thickness
(micron)
Shade no. Wet Dr)'
19000
I
I
25
19000 75 25
50
Recasting Intervals, Ample venlllAU\,Ifi ,1111'-1 '"'''-,., .. ,''''\''' '"'',-''''' " ..........""".",,"'''''''
D,F,T, Racoalad wilh 40'0 30'0 20'0 10'0
Quality no (mlcro'n) quality no Min, Max, Min, Max. Min. Mex, Min, Max,
56910 25 56910 12 Hr. None IS H,. None 24 Hr. N.one 43 Hro None
Remarks and Producllnformation sea nexl page,
Hempel's Presale System 2,2 Usar name: Balem User
Pr;nleo el: 06-08-07 OepanmEll1I name;
Quality Cod,o:
Envln;mmenl : Severa
Cleated/Last modified: 06-(J82007 14:33 SGBAM0294 Paga: 29
(m'lltr)
14,0
14,0
0'0
Min,
72 Hro
SF 10-01 HQ 55
Obj, ref,: R 22158
1m'
Recommend'ea
ApplJcalion metlhOdS Nozzle Nozzle
Brvsh RoUer Spray orfrfce pressure
(X) X -1,017" 126 bar
(Xl
X ,017" 125 bar
X; Recommended (X): Possible
=
-10'0
Max, Min, Max.
None 70ay None
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