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1 6.1. CORROSION PROTECTION


2 6.1.1. GENERAL
3 These specifications define the Corrosion Protection requirements of the rig, affected by
4 the proposed works inclusive of new items as well as existing items.
5 The following abbreviations are used:
6 SSPC: Steel Structure Painting Council
7 MDFT: Minimum Dry Film Thickness
8 Painting shall be carefully, neatly and expertly done in accordance with Best Industry
9 Practice, and shall be performed by persons suitably qualified and adequately trained in
10 the application of all the relevant coatings outlined in this specification. All applications
11 should be performed in strict adherence to the Hempel (USA), Inc. instructions including
12 the methods of thinning and mixing of any applied paints.
13 The Contractor shall furnish all of the painting materials, labor, and equipment. The
14 Contractor shall submit to the Owner for review the Painting System Schedule based on
15 the Hempel Paints as outlined in this Specification. All paints shall be free of lead and
16 chromium materials. At the completion of all paint-works the Contractor shall be
17 responsible for carrying out any touch up work on areas that have been damaged due to
18 continuing work on the rig.
19 In principle, the NDT of structural or piping components is to be completed prior to the
20 application of any paint system. If paint is applied to an area prior to completion of NDT,
21 then the Contractor is responsible for the removal of sufficient paint to allow the proper
22 NDT routine to be made and for the subsequent reinstallation of the paint system at the
23 affected site.
24 Finished work areas and existing equipment and structures shall be completely covered
25 during painting of surrounding areas to prevent deposits of spray, drips or spills. Fixtures,
26 adjacent surfaces, glass surfaces, label plates and tags, nameplates, rubber gaskets,
27 working threads, gauge boards etc. shall be properly protected and on completion of the
28 works, paint and other smudges shall be fully removed from glass, fixtures, equipment,
29 decks etc.
30 Electrical and electronic equipment shall be adequately protected from paint and in
31 addition, equipment having delicate contacts shall be tightly covered by a vapor sealing
32 material for the exclusions of any resins during painting or waxing operations. Finish
33 colors shall be as specified by the Company.
34 The use of non corrosive materials to be approved by the Owner, in lieu of inorganic zinc
35 coatings for such items as door and hatch dogs and latches, nuts, bolts, screws etc.
36 Inorganic Zinc silicate coatings (hereafter called Inorganic Zinc) shall be applied
37 immediately after blasting and dust removal. If delays are encountered, reblasting will be
38 required. No grease, oil or other organic matter shall be allowed to contact the blasted
39 surfaces prior to the application of organic zinc coatings.
40 Special attention shall be given to final erection weld areas that result in damage to the
41 organic zinc application. Such areas shall be thoroughly cleaned by mechanical power
42 brushing or spot blasting and recoated with organic zinc to the required thickness.
43 Foundations of structures subject to weather exposure that will be inaccessible for proper
44 sandblasting and coating after erection shall be blasted and coated prior to final erection.
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3 Erection weld areas shall be treated in accordance with the paragraph above.
4 For surface areas that operate at a heat level above 200 degrees F the required coating
5 shall be as specified in Painting System No. 7 of this specification.
6 Walkway areas subject to low overhead clearances (beams, moving machinery etc.) or
7 tripping objects such as deck pad eyes, shall be emphasized and coated with paint of
8 contrasting colors, preferably high visibility yellow and black diagonal bands (2 wide) or
9 outlines so as to draw attention to their relative positions.
10 Where Minimum Dry Film Thickness (DFT) has been specified, such thickness
11 measurements shall be determined using a magnetic type gauge such as Micro Test,
12 which has been calibrated against the General Electric film gauge over steel of the same
13 thickness as under consideration.
14 The Contractor shall take extra precautions to insure that the pre treatment employed
15 and the coatings applied are properly executed. The Contractor shall determine and
16 obtain assurance from the manufacturers, that the products to be employed are
17 compatible with each other and with existing coating systems that are to be over coated.
18 6.1.2. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS
19 The following additional documents from those listed in Section 1 shall be applicable for
20 this Section.
21 Codes and Standards Engineering and Construction Standards
22 a. ASTM A153 "Specification for Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware,
23 latest edition.
24 b. SSPC-SP1-63 "Solvent Cleaning"
25 c. SSPC-SP3-63 "Power Tool Cleaning"
26 d. SSPC-SP7-63 "Brush Blast"
27 e. SSPE-SP10-63 "Near White Blast"
28 f. ASA-A13.1 American Standard Association Bulletin for recommendations on color-
29 coding for types of materials.
30 g. ASTM A123 See Structural Section 2
31 6.1.3. DOCUMENTATION REQUIRING SUBMITTAL
32 Table 6-1 "Documents Requiring Submittal" summarizes the additional required
33 documents from Section 1 which are to be submitted to the Owner by the Contractor.
34 The Table also defines the schedule at which documents are to be submitted by the
35 Contractor.
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1 TABLE 6-1
2 DOCUMENTS REQUIRING SUBMITTAL

DOCUMENT SUBMITTAL TIMING ACTION BY REFERENCE


SECTION
OWNER
Painting System Two weeks prior to
REVIEW 6.1
Schedule purchase
One week prior to
Listing of Critical Hold
commencement Review 6.1.6
Points
Painting Procedures
Submit to Contractor
One week prior to
Piping Labeling Plan or approve Contractor 6.1.7
piping labeling
Submission
3
4
5 6.1.4. MATERIALS
6 In all cases where brand or model information is specified, builder may propose
7 alternates of equivalent quality and function; however, the owner reserves the right to
8 review and reject the proposed substitute. With or without owner review, it is incumbent
9 upon the builder to ensure that all material and equipment is fit for purpose, complies with
10 relevant regulations, and complies with general and specific intent of these specifications.
11 Any substitution of Paint Manufactures shall de declared in the Contractors initial bid. The
12 substitution shall be outlined against the specified paints in this specification item for
13 item.
14 All paints, coatings and finishing materials shall be Contractor furnished and in
15 accordance with the Painting System specifications. The finish colors shall be in
16 accordance with the Owners specified color scheme.
17 Painting shall be carefully, neatly and expertly done by skilled and competent painters,
18 who are thoroughly familiar with the type of work they are performing.
19 The painting requirements specified herein apply to material and equipment furnished by
20 the Contractor. The Contractor shall touch up the areas, which have been damaged
21 during construction and installation of the new structural arrangements and equipment.
22 Painting shall be applied as received from the manufacturer, in the original containers
23 and shall not be thinned or changed in any way, unless otherwise specified herein.
24 Paints which are hard to apply due to high viscosity, may be thinned when recommended
25 by the manufacturer but only in the presence of the paint manufacturers representative.
26 Prior to the application of paint, weld splatter, temporary brackets and sharp edges shall
27 be removed.
28 Paint shall be applied in accordance with the paint manufacturers recommendations and
29 will be subject to inspection by the Owners representative and the representative of the
30 paint manufacturer.
31 When more than one coat is specified, subsequent coats shall not be applied until the
32 preceding coating has become dry and hard or as recommended by the paint
33 manufacturer.

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1 The topcoats of all tanks and compartments shall be a light color or as specified in each
2 painting system outline for optimal visibility.
3 All galvanized work, which is to be painted shall be thoroughly cleaned and degreased
4 and painted in accordance with Paint System No. 9 as specified below in this
5 specification.
6 6.1.5. SURFACE PREPARATION
7 Surfaces shall be prepared in strict accordance with the recommendations of the paint
8 manufacturer.
9 Cleaning
10 Surfaces to be painted shall be washed down with clean fresh water or steam cleaned
11 and allowed to dry prior to application of each coat of paint. Before washing, the grease
12 and residues shall be removed as follows:
13 a) Oil and grease - shall be washed off with suitable solvent as per SSPC-SP1-63
14 "Solvent Cleaning".
15 b) Contamination residues of chemicals, salts and dirt (heavy deposits) - shall be
16 removed by scrubbing with stiff bristle brushes.
17 Residual chlorides shall not exceed < 20mg/cm2 on atmospheric areas, < 5 mg/cm2 for
18 immersion and tank lining areas as tested With a Chlor-Rid or Bresle Kit. Potable water
19 containing less than 10 PPM of chlorides may be used provided the cleaned surface
20 meets the required chloride levels.
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21 Immersion Areas: < 5mg/cm (Residual Chlorides)
22 1. Hull- Side, Shell, Leg Wells & Bottom
23 2. Decks- Interior and Exterior
24 3. Underside of Heliport Deck & Substructure
25 4. Underside of Pipe Rack Deck & Substructure
26 5. Skid Base & Cantilever Skid Beams
27 6. Internal Surfaces in Ballast, Drill Water, Fuel Oil and Void Tanks,
28 7. All Tanks containing Oils, Oily Water, Brine and BOP fluids
29 8. Active & Reserve Mud Pits, Flow line and Possum Belly Tanks
30 9. Gumbo Boxes, Cutting Troughs, Mud Hoppers, BOP Stacks
31 10. Potable Water Tanks
32 11. Sea Chests
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33 Non-Immersion Areas: < 20mg/cm (Residual Chlorides)
34 1. Topside Exterior- Bulkheads, Wind Walls & Roof, Generator Buildings,
35 2. Life Boat Davits, Crane Pedestals and related crane components. P-Tanks Exteriors,
36 Handrails, Stairways, Piping and Vents.
37 3. Interior Machinery Spaces Work Shops, Pump Rooms, Storage
38 4. Rooms, Engine Room and OEM Equipment Spaces.
39 5. Exhaust and Exhaust Lines if not insulated.

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1 6. Engines
2 7. Galvanized Surfaces
3 Weld spatter shall be removed to provide a smooth surface; gouges removed and welded
4 as required by ABS Rules and as specified in Section 2 - "Structural". The treated areas
5 shall be re-coated as specified for bare steel.
6 Sharp edges, burned, abraded or rusted portions of steel work shall be cleaned,
7 smoothed and rounded by power disc-sanding, power wire brushing or spot blasting at
8 Contractor's option after construction and/or assembly of components and before
9 applying the required touch-up primer or next paint coat.
10 Faying surfaces of aluminum or steel shall be prepared with a smooth finish prior to paint
11 application. Faying surfaces of steel-to-steel shall be seal welded all around as specified
12 in Section 2 - "Structural". Faying surfaces of aluminum-to-aluminum shall be protected
13 by Meal Prep or Deoxidine pre-treatment and a coating of zinc chromatic primer. For
14 faying surfaces of aluminum alloys to dissimilar metals, the aluminum shall be pre-
15 treated, both faying surfaces given two coats of zinc chromate primer and the faying
16 surface of aluminum alloy shall be insulated with alumilastic, Permagum, PAW, or other
17 suitable material as reviewed.
18 Power Tool Cleaning (SSPC-SP3-63)
19 Power tool cleaning is a method of preparing metal surfaces for painting by removing
20 loose mill scale, loose rust, and loose paint with power wire brushes, power impact tools,
21 power grinders, power sanders, or by a combination of these methods.
22 It is not intended that all mill scale, rust and existing paint be removed by this process;
23 but loose mill scale, loose rust, loose paint, and other detrimental foreign matter present
24 shall be removed. Metal surfaces shall not be burnished or polished, but left with a
25 surface that is conducive to providing and anchor pattern for the applied paint to adhere
26 to. Grinding disc tend to polish the surface where as needle guns tend to provide an
27 anchor pattern.
28 Oil, grease, welding flux residues and salts shall first be removed by the methods
29 outlined in SSPC-SP1-63 "Solvent Cleaning". Other detrimental foreign matter shall be
30 removed by the following operations.
31 In preparing surfaces for repainting, all loose paint shall be removed. Thick edges of
32 remaining old paint shall be feathered so that the repainted surface can have a smooth
33 appearance. The remaining old paint shall have sufficient adhesion so that it cannot be
34 lifted as a layer by inserting the blade of a dull putty knife under it.
35 All accessible weld flux and splatter shall be removed by blast cleaning or by power tools.
36 Any remaining detrimental weld flux deposits shall be removed by blast cleaning,
37 thorough power tool cleaning, or by washing with water or with phosphate solution.
38 Rivet heads, cracks, crevices, lap joints, fillet welds, and re-entrant angels shall be
39 cleaned by the use of power wire brushes, needle guns, sharp chisels used in chipping,
40 scaling hammers, rotary grinders, or sanders, or by a combination of such tools.
41 All tools shall be operated in such a manner that no burrs or sharp ridges are left on the
42 surface and no sharp cuts are made into the steel.
43 Sand Blasting - Brush Blast (SSPC-SP7-63)
44 A "brush blast" surface finish is defined as one from which all oil, grease, dirt, rust scale,
45 loose mill scale, loose rust and loose paint or coatings are removed completely, but tight
46 mill scale and tightly adhered rust, paint and coatings are permitted to remain provided
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1 expose numerous flecks of the underlying metal fairly uniformly distributed over the entire
2 surface.
3 Any thick edges or remaining old paint shall be feathered so that the repaint surface can
4 have a smooth appearance. The remaining oil based paint shall have sufficient adhesion
5 so that it cannot be lifted as a layer by inserting a dull putty knife under it.
6 Blasting shall be done with a sharp abrasive of 16/35-grade mesh or finer. This abrasive
7 shall provide a sufficient profile so that the first layer of paint cannot be lifted as a layer by
8 inserting a dull putty knife under it.
9 The compressed air used for blasting shall be completely dry, free of all water and oil.
10 Adequate traps and separators shall be provided at the compressor by the Contractor.
11 Sand Blasting - Near White Blast (SSPC-SP10-63)
12 A "near white surface" is a surface from which all oil, grease, dirt, mill scale, rust,
13 corrosion products, oxides, paint or other foregoing matter have been completely
14 removed from the surface except for very light shadows, very slight streaks, or slight
15 discolorations caused by rust stain, mill scale oxides, or slight, tight residues of paint or
16 coating that may remain. At least 95% of each square inch of surface area shall be free
17 of all visible residues, and the remainder shall be limited to the light discoloration
18 mentioned above.
19 Blasting shall be done with a sharp abrasive of 16/35-grade mesh or finer. This abrasive
20 shall be clean, dry and free of clay particles and other extraneous matter. Abrasive must
21 be reviewed by Owner before blasting.
22 The compressed air used for blasting shall be completely free of water and oil. Adequate
23 traps and separators shall be provided at the compressor.
24 Surface Cleaning by Water Jetting Prior to Recoating (SSPC-SP12)
25 Water jetting may be used on previously coated surfaces in areas environmentally
26 sensitive to sand blasting. Water jetting uses high or ultrahigh pressures, above
27 10,000psi, to expose the original abrasive-blasted surface profile for recoating.
28 6.1.6. APPLICATION
29 Coatings shall be applied in strict accordance with Paint Manufacturer's
30 recommendations and may be subject to inspection at any time by the Owner and Paint
31 Manufacturer.
32 Contractor shall submit to the Owner for review a "List of Critical Hold Point". The
33 Contractor shall notify the Owner 24 hours in advance to allow for the Owners
34 representative to be present for this inspection in accordance with Section 1.22.
35 All spray equipment shall be inspected and reviewed by the Owner's Representative
36 before application is begun and be in full accordance with the equipment requirements as
37 outlined in each paint system specification.
38 A moisture trap shall be placed in line from air supply to pressure pot and spray gun.
39 This trap shall be opened slightly to provide a continuous bleed.
40 Regulators and gauges shall be provided for air to both pressure pot and spray gun.
41 All abrasive and dust from blasting operation shall be completely removed from surfaces
42 before paint application is begun.
43 Blasted surfaces shall be coated with one coat of primer during the same day that
44 sand/grit blasting was done.

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1 Primer shall not be applied closer than 6 inches to a non-blasted area. Any subsequent
2 blasting operation shall not result in abrasive particles embedded in the paint film.
3 No painting shall take place when the atmospheric temperature is below 50 F or when
4 the surface temperature is below the dew point, or when relative humidity is above the
5 specified by the paint manufacture for each system.
6 Spray guns must be held perpendicular to the surface being painted and handled and
7 adjusted in such a manner that dry over-spray is kept to a minimum. Adequate ventilation
8 shall be applied and available at all times and at all relevant work locations.
9 The sequence to be followed in painting shall be such that a minimum of damage to
10 finished coatings will result.
11 When paint is being applied to the interior of tanks or confined areas, sufficient blowers
12 and fans shall be installed to provide adequate ventilation.
13 The Paint Manufacturer and the Owner shall be consulted on any concerning points not
14 covered herein.
15 Protection of Areas around Painting Operations
16 All equipment shall be completely covered during painting of the surrounding spaces to
17 prevent spray, drips or spills from being deposited on the finished painted equipment.
18 All joiner doors and frames and built-in metal furniture shall be carefully masked and
19 protected from damage to the baked enamel finish to minimize the extent of touch-up and
20 recoating with air-dry coatings.
21 All fixtures, adjacent surfaces, label plates, name plates, rubber gaskets, working
22 threads, gauge boards, etc. shall be properly protected during painting and on completion
23 of the work, all paint or other smudges shall be removed from glass, fixtures, equipment,
24 deck covering, etc.
25 All electrical and electronic equipment shall be adequately protected from paint, and shall
26 be tightly covered by a vapor sealing material for the exclusion of resins or paint vapors
27 during any painting operation in the vicinity.
28 All steel shall be shot blasted and coated in accordance with Painting System 00 as
29 outlined in this section. Pre-construction primer shall be applied to all steel prior to cutting
30 and pre-fabrication of the steel.
31 All pre-fabricated steel assemblies shall be painted in full accordance with the system
32 specifications outlined in this specification.
33 6.1.7. DESCRIPTIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS
34 Coating Systems
35 All areas of the rigs interior and exteriors are to be coated in accordance with this
36 specification. Any spaces, fittings, attachments or other items not specifically described
37 herein shall be painted in accordance with one of the described systems to suit that
38 specific application or service and shall be compatible with similar adjoining spaces.
39 Piping
40 All piping whether new or existing shall be cleaned and given a primer coat and finish
41 coat to match the space traversed
42 Fire Mains throughout the rig are to be painted with a finish coat of Signal Red.
43 All piping in accessible areas throughout the rig shall be marked by labels and flow
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1 contents and flow direction. The Contractor shall provide a pipe color schedule prior to
2 the application of the labels for review and approval by the Owner.
3 Inspection
4 The Contractor shall conduct pre-inspections prior to inspection by the Owner and the
5 Paint Manufacturer. The Contractor shall pay for the services of the Paint Manufacturer
6 to provide a paint inspector for the duration of the Contract at no cost to the Owner. The
7 paint inspector shall be available to the Owner on a full time basis (inspector shall work
8 the same hours as Contractors painting crews). Services of the paint inspector shall
9 start with the beginning of paint application and shall end with the delivery of the Vessel.
10 The paint inspector shall be solely dedicated to this project only. The paint inspector
11 shall oversee and report to the Owner on a daily basis. The paint inspector shall be
12 considered part of the Owners inspection team.
13 The Contractor shall provide safe and adequate staging and lighting for inspections.
14 The Owner and/or Paint Manufacturers Representative may conduct inspections as
15 follows:
16 a. After blasting, but before final cleaning
17 b. After final cleaning, prior to application of first coat
18 c. During application of each coat
19 d. After application of each coat
20 e. After adequate dry time, prior to application of next coat
21 An inspection of the entire job will be conducted by, the Contractor, Paint Manufacturer
22 and Owner prior to final acceptance of the job. The Contractor shall correct any defective
23 Work.
24
25 6.1.8. ENSCO COLOR SCHEME

26 A. Safety Red (Hempel color-50800)


27 1. Drawworks and Traction Motors
28 2. Mud Pumps, Pulsation Dampeners, and Mud Pump Traction Motors
29 3. Tongs, Elevators, Casing Tools and Power Tongs, and Miscellaneous Drill floor Tools
30 4. Air Tuggers (Drill floor tuggers may be painted different colors for easy identification)
31 5. Surface BOP Stack
32 6. Choke Manifold and Choke Lines
33 7. Kill Lines
34 8. Standpipe Manifold and Standpipes
35 9. Fire Extinguishers and Piping
36 10. BOP Accumulator Bottles, Skid, Pumps, Complete
37 11. Mud Gas Separator
38 12. Wellhead Adapter Spools
39 13. Production Test Lines
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1 14. Cementing Lines


2 15. Cranes (Cab, Gantry and King Post Red with Boom Sections Alternating Red and
3 White)
4 16. All High Pressure Lines (Mud, Choke, Kill, Cementing. Test Lines and Lines to
5 Production Separator Burners)
6 17. Diverter Control Panel
7 18. Power Tong Hydraulic Unit
8 19. Racking Arm & Top Drive Power Unit
9 20. Helicopter Fuel Tanks
10 21. Bridge Crane Hydraulic Power Unit
11 22. Crown Block
12 23. Iron Roughneck
13 24. Elevator (Bails) Links
14 25. Rotary Drive Bushing
15 26. Air Compressors: Rig Service, High Pressure, Bulk System
16 27. Miscellaneous Equipment, in Engine Room Inclusive of Air Dryers, etc.

17 B. Ensco Grey (Hempel color 11480)


18 1. Decks (Including Drill Floor)
19 2. Derrick Substructure / Sub-base
20 3. Welding Machines
21 4. Vee Door Ramp
22 5. Drill Collar Subs
23 6. Mud Tower Superstructure
24 7. Rotary Table, Transmission, and Traction Motor
25 8. Mud Mixing Pumps
26 9. Triplex Pump Charging Pumps, Suction Lines.
27 10. Pump Manifold and Mud Lines to Drill-floor
28 11. Deck Mounted Water Tanks, Mud Tanks, Mud Mixing skid (Including Pumps, Motors
29 and hoppers), Auxiliary Buildings and Workshops
30 12. Pipe Racks
31 13. Desander*
32 14. Desilter*
33 15. Shale Shaker*
34 16. Mud Cleaners*
35 17. Mud Agitators*
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1 18. Centrifuge (Mud Cleaning)*


2 19. Drill Floor Wind Breaks, Drawworks Enclosures (Exterior)
3 20. Trip Tank and Hole Fill Tanks
4 21. Hull Sides, Bottom and Jack Frames (Jack-up Units)
5 22. Generator End of Power Units (EMD Gray if on EMD)
6 23. Air Compressors: Rig Service, High Pressure, Bulk System
7 24. Miscellaneous Equipment in Engine Room Inclusive of Air Dryers, etc.
8 25. Ships Service Pumps
9 26. Anchor Winches
10 27. Ventilation Hoods Protruding from Bulkheads
11 28. Cantilever Beams and Upper Skid Structure on Jack-ups
12 29. Drill Floor and Substructure on Semi Submersibles and LMDB Barges
13 30. Ventilator Hoods Protruding from Main Deck and Other Deck Areas
14 31. Water Tower, Pump Strainers, Discharge Manifold, etc. on Jack-up Rip
15 32. Accommodation Roof Top
16 33. Bilges
17 34. Steam Generators
18 35. Crane Pedestals up to the bottom of the cab or king post weld.
19 36. Pneumatic Bulk Tanks Located Outside
20 37. Ventilator Hoods Protruding from Bulkheads
21 38. Accommodation Structure except Barge Control Room
22 39. Underside of Helideck
23 * Original paint manufacturers color, re-painted in Storm Gray.

24 C. WHITE (Hempel color -10000)


25 1. All Exposed Internal Bulkheads and Ceilings.
26 2. Underside (ceiling) of cantilever deck and inboard of cantilever beams.
27 3. Pneumatic Bulk Tanks Located Inside
28 4. Air Pressure Vessels Located in Machinery Space or Adjacent to White Bulkhead
29 5. Drawworks Enclosure (Interior)
30 6. All Low Pressure Lines with Color Code Tape Bands Denoting Fluid, Pressure, and
31 Direction of Flow
32 7. All Wind-walls (Interior)
33 8. Derrick Wind Breaks (Interior and Exterior)
34 9. Barge Control Room Bulkheads above Main Deck

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1 10. Trip Tank and Hole Fill Tank (Offshore Rig)


2 11. Surge Tank and Mud Hoppers
3 12. Heaters
4 13. Taut Line Unit
5 14. Cargo Containers

6 D. SAFETY YELLOW (Hempel color -20300)


7 1. Traveling Block
8 2. Hook
9 3. Swivel
10 4. Top Drive Drilling Unit Complete
11 5. Pipe Handling Machine in Derrick
12 6. All Handrails
13 7. Upper Kelly Cock
14 8. Main Crane Block
15 9. Headache Ball on Crane
16 10. Man Riding Air Tugger
17 11. Racking Arm, Pipe Handling Machine
18 12. Deck Gantry Crane
19 13. Burner Booms and Associated Lines

20 E. BLACK (Hempel color -19990)


21 1. Jack-up legs (except for alternating red and white on top sections of leg closest to
22 Helideck)
23 2. Jack-up Leg Wells (Openings) in the Hull
24 3. Mud Pit Interior Surfaces
25 F. BLUE (Hempel color30840)
26 1. Water-makers, except ALAFA LAVAL Units
27 2. Fishing Tools

28 G. HEAT-RESISTANT BLACK (Hempel color 19990)


29 1. Engine Exhaust Pipes

30 H. GREEN (Hempel color-40130)


31 1. Helideck Landing Area

32 I. MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURERS COLORS


33 1. EMD Power Units - EMD Gray

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1 2. Caterpillar Engines - Caterpillar Yellow


2 3. Cementing Unit - Manufacturers Color
3 4. SCR Panel - Manufacturers Color
4 5. EMD Control Panel - Manufacturers Color
5 6. AC Switchgear Panel - Manufacturers Color
6 7. Lifeboats - Orange
7 8. Life Raft Capsules - Manufacturers Color
8 9. Mari-Sat Antenna Dome - Manufacturers Color
9 (Should Not Be Painted)
10 10. Derrick and Mast - Galvanized or White with Crown and
11 Top Twenty-Five Feet
12 Below Crown Painted Red
13 11. Solids Control Units - Manufacturers Color
14 12. Degassers - Manufacturers Color
15 13. Mud Agitators - Manufacturers Color
16 14. Sewage Treatment Units - Manufacturers Color

17 J. SAFETY ORANGE (Hempel color 53240)

18 K. LIGHT GREY (EPOXY PRIMER)( Hempel color 12170)

19 L. Canary Yellow (Hempel color 20060)


20 1. Heliport Deck Only This shade may be required depending on rigs working locaiton
21 (i.e. PEMEX)
22

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1 6.1.9. PIPING COLOR CODE SYSTEM


2 Piping shall be cleaned as required and given all necessary paint per the paint systems
3 above and will match the spaces traversed.
4 The Contractor shall provide and install the specified pipe color code system to ease
5 tracing of pipes. The color-coding may be painted on the pipe or banded with colored
6 marking tape. The color bands shall be 2 inches to 4 inches wide. The spacing for pipe
7 marking using two or more bands shall be consistent with the width of the bands. Where
8 appropriate a black arrow on a white band shows the direction of flow in the pipe. Flow
9 direction indicators shall be placed within 2 feet of the pipe markers.
10 The following guidelines shall be followed:
11 Piping mains shall be labeled adjacent to branch take-offs, adjacent to valves, and at
12 intervals not greater than 20 feet.
13 Pipe branches to and from equipment shall be labeled adjacent to the equipment
14 connections.
15 Pipe markings shall be applied to the pipe near where the pipe passes through a
16 bulkhead.
17 Long pipe runs shall be marked every 20 feet.
18 Pipe runs of 20 to 40 feet between bulkheads shall be marked twice in addition to the
19 marks at the bulkhead.
20 Pipe runs greater than 40 feet between bulkheads shall be marked every 20 feet in
21 addition to marks at the bulkhead.
22 Pipe marking shall be placed on the discharge piping near all pumps.
23 Pipe marking shall be placed on piping after every two (2) elbows.
24 Pipe marking shall be placed in a position to be visible on piping where the piping
25 comes out from under grating, platforms and pump mounts.

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1 The following tables show the Owners required piping color code system.

Item Bands Color Codes Example

2 Safety Yellow OSHA YE-3


Compressed Air
1 Safety White OSHA WH-2
Yellow/White/Yellow

Vent Air 1 Safety Yellow OSHA YE-3


Yellow

2 Light Blue Topcoat BL-4


Potable Water
1 Safety White OSHA WH-2
Lt. Blue/White/Lt.Blue

Drill Water 1 Safety Blue OSHA BL-6


Safety Blue

Sea Water 1 Safety Green OSHA GN-6


Safety Green

3 Safety Blue OSHA BL-6


Engine Cooling Water
2 Safety White OSHA WH-2
Blue/White/Blue/White

Sewage Lines 1 Aluminum Topcoat AL-1


Aluminum

3 Safety Red OSHA RD-2


Fire Main
2 Safety White OSHA WH-2
Red/White/Red/White/Red

Dry Bulk Mud 1 Safety Orange OSHA OR-2


Orange

2 Safety Orange OSHA OR-2


Low Pressure Mud
1 Safety White OSHA WH-2
Orange/White/Orange

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Item Bands Color Codes Example

2 Safety Orange OSHA OR-2


High Pressure Mud
1 Safety Red OSHA RD-2
Orange/Red/Orange

Dry Bulk Cement 1 Deep Grey Topcoat GR-1


Grey

2 Deep Grey Topcoat GR-1


High Pressure Cement
1 Safety Red OSHA RD-2
Grey /Red/Grey

Diesel/Helicopter Fuel 1 Buff Brown Topcoat BR-3


Brown

2 Buff Brown Topcoat BR-3


Hydraulic/Lube Oil
1 Safety White OSHA WH-2
Brown/White/Brown

2 Safety Red OSHA RD-2


Foam/Halon/CO2
1 Safety Green OSHA GR-6
Red/Green/Red

Steam 1 Safety Black OSHA BK-2


Black

2 Safety Black OSHA BK-2


Steam Condensate
1 Safety White OSHA WH-2
Black/White/Black

White Spacer Safety White OSHA WH-2


White

Flow Direction Black on White


Black on White

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1
2 6.1.10. General: (Painting System Nos and Application Locations)
3
4 System Area
5
6 System 0A: Pre-Construction Primer (All Steel)
7 System 1: Hull Bottom & Side Shell, Leg Wells, Underside Of Heliport & Superstructure,
8 Underside Of Pipe Rack Deck, Underside Of Drill Floor & Substructure, Skid
9 Base & Cantilever Skid Beams
10 System 2: Topsides Exterior: Bulkheads, Wind Walls & Roof, Generator Building, Life
11 Boat Davits, Crane Pedestal, Handrails (Black Iron), Stairways, Vents, Piping &
12 P-Tanks
13 System 3A: Decks & Floors: Main Deck, Pipe Rack Deck, Quarters Decks, Drill Floor, &
14 Interior Machinery Space Floors
15 System 3B: Decks & Floors (2 Coats - High Abrasion) - Main Deck, Pipe Rack Deck,
16 Quarters Decks, Drill Floor, & Interior Machinery Space Floors
17 System 4: Heliport Deck with Non-Skid (High Abrasion)
18 System 5: Legs of Jackups & Raw Water Tower
19 System 6: Manufacturer's Equipment (OEM) - crane, anchor windless, draw works, mud
20 pumps, choke manifold, & traveling equipment
21 System 7: Exhausts
22 System 8: Galvanized Steel (To Be Painted)
23 System 9: Mud Pit Room, Shale Shaker Room, and Sack Storage Room Interior Walls,
24 Overhead, & Piping
25 System 10 Interior Machinery Spaces - Mud Pump Room, Storage Rooms, Shops & Work
26 Rooms, & Engine Room - Walls, overhead & Piping
27 System 11A: Mud Pits (High Abrasion) - Interior Walls, Floor, & Piping - 1 Coat System
28 System 11B: Mud Pits - Exterior Walls, Floor, & Piping
29 System 12: Drill Water & Ballast Tanks - Interior Walls, Tank top, Overhead, & Piping
30 System 13: Potable Water Tanks - Interior Walls, Tank top, Overhead, & Piping
31 System 14: Void Tanks Painted - Interior Walls, Tank top, and Overhead & Piping
32 System 14B Void Tanks Non-Painted - Interior Walls, Tank top, and Overhead & Piping
33 System 15: Topcoat Reapply Topcoat for Cosmetics
34 System 16: Walkway Areas
35

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1 SYSTEM 0A: PRECONSTRUCTION PRIMER (ALL STEEL)


2 This specification area is not covered by ISO12944-2 - "Corrosion protection of steel structures
3 by protective paint systems".
4 Surface Preparation & Comments
5 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
6 washes to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
7 Pressures wash with Light clean 99350.Abrasive blasts clean to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or
8 SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred between blasting and application, the surface should be
9 reblasted to the specified visual standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process,
10 should be ground, filled, or treated in the appropriate manner.

TSR Over coating


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# Product Name Comments Thinner
Type % Mil Mil ft/US
Gal Min - Max 77F

Full Hempels Shop Hempel


1 Shade 19890 25 4.0 1.0 407.4 3D0
Coat primer 15890 08700

1.0

11 1) Preconstruction primers are used to enhance cutting and welding as required by the
12 fabricator to facilitate production in various phases of construction, but are not required.
13 2) Hempel Shop primer ZS 15890 is a Zinc Silicate Shop Primer that exhibits excellent welding
14 properties with good cutting performance.
15 3) Preconstruction primer may have to be removed depending on type and area of structure.
16
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1 SYSTEM 1: HULL BOTTOM & SIDE SHELL, LEG WELLS, UNDERSIDE OF HELIPORT &
2 SUPERSTRUCTURE, UNDERSIDE OF PIPE RACK DECK, UNDERSIDE OF DRILL FLOOR &
3 SUBSTRUCTURE, SKID BASE & CANTILEVER SKID BEAMS
4 A high durability (above 15 years) coating specification designed for environments classified by
5 ISO 12944-2 as C5-M very high corrosivity (Marine).
6 Surface Preparation & Comments
7 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
8 washes to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
9 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
10 Abrasive blast cleans to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
11 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
12 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
13 treated in the appropriate manner.
14 A surface profile of 1.5-2 mils (40-50 microns) is recommended.

Over coating
Coat Product VS WFT DFT TSR
# Comments Interval Min - Max Thinner
Type Name % Mil Mil ft/US Gal
77F

Full Hempadur Hempel


1 Reddish 65 3.0 2.0 537.8 3 Hrs 30 Days
Coat zinc 17360 08450

Full Hempadur Hempel


2 Grey 77 8.8 5.0 251.0 5 Hrs 0
Coat Mastic 45881 08450

Full Hempaxane Hempel


3 TBD 85 6.0 5.0 277.0 4 Hr - 6 D
Coat 55000 08080

12.0

15 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 12 mils


16 Film Thickness Range:
17 Hempadur zinc 17360: 3.3 4.9 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
18 Hempadur 45881: 7.0 10.0 wet / 5.0 - 7.0 dry per coat
19 Hempaxane 55000: 6.0 7.0 wet / 5.0 - 6.0 dry
20 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
21 Hempadur zinc 17360: 19830 Reddish
22 Hempadur 45881: 12170 Grey
23 Hempaxane 55000: As per ENSCO specification
24 1. STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term performance, a brush (preferred) or spray (wet on wet)
25 applied stripe coat of Hempadur 45881 should be applied after the first coat of Hempadur
26 zinc 17360 on all critical areas such as weld seams, sharp edges, and lips of angles.
27 2. Hempaxane 55000 topcoat colors are as per ENSCO color scheme.
28 3. Please review product data sheet

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1 SYSTEM 2: TOPSIDES EXTERIOR: BULKHEADS, WIND WALLS & ROOF, GENERATOR


2 BUILDING, LIFE BOAT DAVITS, CRANE PEDESTAL, HANDRAILS (BLACK IRON),
3 STAIRWAYS, VENTS, PIPING & P-TANKS
4 A high durability (above 15 years) coating specification designed for environments classified by
5 ISO 12944-2 as C5-M very high corrosivity (Marine).
6 Surface Preparation & Comments
7 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
8 washes to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
9 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
10 Abrasive blast cleans to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
11 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
12 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
13 treated in the appropriate manner.
14 A surface profile of 1.5-2 mils (40-50 microns) is recommended.

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Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempadur zinc Hempel


1 Reddish 65 3.0 2.0 537.8 3 Hrs 30 Days
Coat 17360 08450

Full Hempadur Mastic Hempel


2 Grey 77 7.0 5.0 251.0 5 Hrs 0
Coat 45881 08450

Full Hempel
3 Hempaxane 55000TBD 85 6.0 5.0 277.0 4 Hr - 6 D
Coat 08080

12.0

15 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 12 mils


16 Dry Film Thickness Range
17 Hempadur zinc 17360: 3.4 - 5.1 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
18 Hempadur 45881: 7.0 8.5 wet / 5.0 - 6.0 dry/coat
19 Hempaxane 55000: 6.0 7.0 wet / 5.0 - 6.0 dry
20 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
21 Hempadur zinc 17360: 19830 Reddish
22 Hempadur 45881: 12170Grey
23 Hempaxane 55000: As per ENSCO specification
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1 SYSTEM 3A: DECKS & FLOORS: MAIN DECK, PIPE RACK DECK, QUARTERS DECKS,
2 DRILL FLOOR, & INTERIOR MACHINERY SPACE FLOORS
3 A high durability (above 15 years) coating specification designed for environments classified by
4 ISO 12944-2 as C5-M very high corrosivity (Marine).
5 Surface Preparation & Comments
6 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
7 washes to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
8 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
9 Abrasive blast cleans to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
10 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
11 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
12 treated in the appropriate manner.
13 A surface profile of 1.5-2 mils (40-50 microns) is recommended.

TSR Over coating Interval


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempadur zinc Hempel


1 Reddish 65 3.0 2.0 537.8 3 Hrs 30 Days
Coat 17360 08450

Full Hempadur Mastic Hempel


2 Grey 77 7.0 5.0 251.0 5 Hrs 0
Coat 45881 08450

Full Hempel
3 Hempaxane 55000TBD 85 6.0 5.0 277.0 4 Hr - 6 D
Coat 08080

12.0

14 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 12 mils


15 Film Thickness Range
16 Hempadur zinc 17360: 3.3- 4.9 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
17 Hempadur 45881: 7.0 8.0 wet / 5.0 - 6.0 dry / coat
18 Hempaxane 55000: 6.0 7.0 wet / 5.0 - 6.0 dry
19 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
20 Hempadur zinc 17360: 19830 Reddish
21 Hempadur 45881: 12170 Grey
22 Hempaxane 55000: As per ENSCO specification

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1 1. STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a brush (preferred) or spray (wet on wet)
2 applied stripe coat of Hempadur 45881 should be applied on all critical areas such as weld
3 seams, sharp edges, and lips of angles.
4 2. If non-skid surface is desired on the Helideck or any other deck, mix recommended
5 amount of non-skid additive into Hempadur 45881.
6 3. Hempaxane 55000 colors as per ENSCO color scheme.
7 4. Please review product data sheet
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1 System 3B: DECKS & FLOORS (2 COATS - HIGH ABRASION) - MAIN DECK, PIPE RACK
2 DECK, QUARTERS DECKS, DRILL FLOOR, & INTERIOR MACHINERY SPACE FLOORS
3 A high durability (above 15 years) coating specification designed for environments classified by
4 ISO 12944-2 as C5-M very high corrosivity (Marine).
5 Surface Preparation & Comments
6 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
7 wash to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
8 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
9 Abrasive blast cleans to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
10 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
11 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
12 treated in the appropriate manner.
13 A sharp, angular surface profile of 3-4 mils (75-100 microns) is recommended.

TSR Over coating


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Interval Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempadur Multi- Hempel


1 Black 87 21 18 78.8 4.5 Hrs 54 Hrs
Coat Strength GF 35870 08450

Full Hempathane Topcoat Hempel


2 TBD 65 4 2 521.3 14 Hrs - 0
Coat 55610 08080

20.0

14 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 20 Mils


15 Film Thickness Range:
16 Hempadur GF 35870: 21.0 23.0 wet / 18.0 - 20.0 dry
17 Hempathane 55610: 4.0 5.0 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
18 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
19 Hempadur GF 35870: 19990 Black
20 Hempathane 55610: As per ENSCO specification
21 1. Mil anchor pattern required.
22 2. STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a spray (wet on wet) applied stripe coat of
23 Multi strength GF 35870 should be applied on all weld seams, sharp edges, and lips of
24 angles.
25 3. Hempathane 55610 topcoat color as per ENSCO color scheme.
26 4. Please review product data sheet.
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1 SYSTEM 4: HELIPORT DECK WITH NON-SKID (HIGH ABRASION)


2 A high durability (above 15 years) coating specification designed for environments classified by
3 ISO 12944-2 as C5-M very high corrosivity (Marine).
4 Surface Preparation & Comments
5 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
6 wash to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
7 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
8 Abrasive blast clean to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
9 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
10 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
11 treated in the appropriate manner.
12 A sharp, angular surface profile of 3-4 mils (75-100 microns) is recommended.

TSR Over coating


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Interval Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempadur Multi- Hempel


1 Black 87 21 18.0 78.8 4.5 Hrs 54 Hrs
Coat Strength 35870 08450

Full Hempathane Hempel


2 TBD 65 4 2.0 521.3 14 Hrs 0
Coat Topcoat 55610 08080

20.0

13 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 20 Mils


14 Film Thickness Range:
15 Hempadur 35870: 21.0 24.0 wet / 18.0 - 22.0 dry
16 Hempathane 55610: 4. 0 5.0 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
17 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
18 Hempadur GF 35870: 19990 Black
19 Hempathane 55610: As per ENSCO Specification
20 1. 3 - 4 mil anchor pattern required.
21 2. STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term performance, a spray (wet on wet) applied stripe coat
22 of Hempadur multi strength 35870 should be applied on all critical areas such as weld seams,
23 sharp edges, and lips of angles.
24 3. Hempathane topcoat 55610 colors as per ENSCO color scheme.
25 4. Please review product data sheet
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1 SYSTEM 5: LEGS OF JACKUPS & RAW WATER TOWER


2 A high performance coating specification for coating exposure in immersed environments.
3 Surface Preparation & Comments
4 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
5 wash to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
6 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
7 Abrasive blast clean to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
8 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
9 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
10 treated in the appropriate manner.
11 A sharp, angular surface profile of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns) is recommended.
12

TSR Over coating Interval


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempel
1 Hempadur 45751 Grey 79 8.0 6 211 5 Hrs 0
Coat 08450

Full Hempel
2 Hempadur 45751 Black 79 8.0 6 211 5 Hrs 0
Coat 08450

12.0

13
14 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 12 Mils
15 Film Thickness Range:
16 Hempadur 45751: 8.0 9.0 wet / 6.0 - 7.0 dry/ct
17 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
18 Hempadur 45751: 11480 Grey
19 Hempadur 45751: 19990 Black
20 1) STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a brush applied stripe coat of Hempadur
21 45751 should be applied between coats on all critical areas such as weld seams, sharp
22 edges, and lips of angles
23 2) Like other epoxies, Hempadur 45751 can discolor and chalk when exposed to sun light.
24 3) Please refer to product data sheet.
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1 SYSTEM 6: MANUFACTURER'S EQUIPMENT (OEM) - CRANE, ANCHOR WINDLESS, DRAW


2 WORKS, MUD PUMPS, CHOKE MANIFOLD, & TRAVELING EQUIPMENT
3 This specification area is not covered by ISO12944-2 - "Corrosion protection of steel structures
4 by protective paint systems".
5 Surface Preparation & Comments
6 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
7 wash to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
8 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
9 Abrasive blast clean to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
10 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
11 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
12 treated in the appropriate manner
13 A surface profile of 1.5-2 mils (40-50 microns) is recommended

TSR Over coating Interval


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempadur zinc Hempel


1 Grey 65 3.0 2.0 537.8 3 Hrs 30 Days
Coat 17360 08450

Full Hempadur Mastic Hempel


2 Grey 80 8.0 6.0 209.1 5 Hrs 54 Hours
Coat 45881 08450

Full Hempathane Hempel


3 TBD 65 4.0 2.0 521.3 4 Hr - 6 D
Coat 55610 08080

10.0

14 Dry Film Thickness Range: Minimum 10 Mils


15 Film Thickness Range:
16 Hempadur zinc 17360: 3.0 4.9 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
17 Hempadur 45881: 7.0 8.5 wet / 6.0 - 8.0 dry
18 Hempathane 55610: 4.0 5.0 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
19 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
20 Hempadur zinc 17360: 19830 Reddish
21 Hempadur 45881: 12170 Grey
22 Hempathane 55610: As per ENSCO specification
23 1) Hempathane 55610 topcoat colors as per ENSCO color scheme.
24 2) STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a spray (wet on wet) applied stripe coat of
25 Hempadur 45881 should be applied on all critical areas such as weld seams, sharp edges,
26 and lips of angles.
27 4) Please review product data sheet.
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1 SYSTEM 7: EXHAUSTS
2 This specification is designed for areas exposed to elevated temperatures.
3 Surface Preparation & Comments
4 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
5 wash to remove all dirt and contamination. Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
6 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
7 Abrasive blast clean to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
8 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
9 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
10 treated in the appropriate manner
11 A surface profile of 1.5-2 mils (40-50 microns) is recommended

Coat VS WFT DFT TSR Over coating Interval


# Product Name Comments Thinner
Type % Mil Mil ft/US Gal Min - Max 77F

Full Hempels
1 Grey 66 3.0 2.0 537.8 48 Hrs 0 Hempel 08700
Coat Galvosil 15780

Hempels
Full Silicone
2 Light Alum 35 3 1 570.4 21 Hrs 0 Hempel 08080
Coat Aluminum
56910

Hempels
Full Silicone
3 Light Alum 35 3 1 570.4 21 Hrs 0 Hempel 08080
Coat Aluminum
56910

4.0

12 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 4 Mils


13 Film Thickness Range:
14 Galvosil 15780: 3.3 - 4.9 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
15 SA 56910: 1.0 1.3 wet / 0.75 - 1.0 per coat
16 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
17 Galvosil 15780: 19840 Grey
18 Silicone Alum: - 19000 Aluminum
19 1) A fine abrasive should be used for blasting exhausts. Anchor patter not to exceed 2 mils.
20 2) ENSCO recommended color: Aluminum
21 3) Two thin coats are better than 1 thick coat.
22 4) Please review product data sheet.
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1 SYSTEM 8: GALVANIZED STEEL (TO BE PAINTED)


2 This specification area is not covered by ISO12944-2 - "Corrosion protection of steel structures
3 by protective paint systems".
4 Surface Preparation & Comments
5 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh
6 water wash to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1
7 solvent cleaning.
8 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350

TSR Over coating


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Interval Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempel
1 Hempadur 45881 Grey 80 8 6 213.8 5.5 Hrs 54 Hrs
Coat 08450

Full Hempathane Hempel


2 TBD 65 4 2 521.3 14 Hrs 0
Coat Topcoat 55610 08080

8.0

9 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 8 Mils


10 Film Thickness Range:
11 Hempadur 45881: 8.0 7.0 wet / 5.0 - 6.0 dry
12 Hempathane 55610: 4.0 5.0 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
13 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
14 Hempadur 45881: 12170 Grey
15 Hempathane 55610: As per ENSCO specification
16 1) Prepare galvanized steel by degreasing with emulsion Cleaner.
17 2) Galvanized metal must be roughened using a fine abrasive or etched using a suitable
18 etching solution as recommended by Hempel (USA), Inc. Appropriate method should be
19 discussed with Hempel Paint and Owner Rep.
20 3) STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a brush applied (preferred) or spray
21 applied stripe coat of Hempadur 45881 should be applied on all critical areas such as weld
22 seams, sharp edges, and lips of angles.
23 4) Hempathane 55610 topcoat colors as per ENSCO color scheme.
24 5) Please review product data sheet.
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1 SYSTEM 9: MUD PIT ROOM, SHALE SHAKER ROOM, AND SACK STORAGE ROOM -
2 INTERIOR WALLS, OVERHEAD, & PIPING
3 A high durability coating specification designed for environments classified by ISO 12944-2 as C1
4 very low corrosivity.
5 Surface Preparation & Comments
6 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
7 wash to remove all dirt and contamination. Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
8 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
9 Abrasive blast clean to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
10 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
11 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
12 treated in the appropriate manner.
13 A surface profile of 1.5-2 mils (40-50 microns) is recommended.

TSR Over coating Interval


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempadur zinc Hempel


1 Grey 63 3.0 2.0 537.8 3 Hrs 30 D
Coat 17360 08450

Full Hempadur Mastic Hempel


2 Grey 80 7.0 5.0 251.0 5 Hrs 54 H
Coat 45881 08450

Full Hempel
3 Hempaxane 55000TBD 85 6.0 5.0 277.0 4 Hr - 6 D
Coat 08080

12.0

14 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 12 mils


15 Hempadur zinc 17360: 3.0 5.0 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
16 Hempadur 45881: 7.0 10.6 wet / 4.0 - 6.0 dry / coat
17 Hempaxane 55000: 6.0 7.0 wet / 5.0 - 6.0 dry
18 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
19 Hempadur zinc 17360: 19830 Reddish
20 Hempadur 45881: 12170 Grey
21 Hempaxane 55000: As per ENSCO specification
22 1) STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a brush (preferred) or spray (wet on wet)
23 applied stripe coat of Hempadur 45881 should be applied on all critical areas such as weld
24 seams, sharp edges, and lips of angles.
25 2) Please review product data sheet.
26
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1 SYSTEM 10: INTERIOR MACHINERY SPACES - MUD PUMP ROOM, STORAGE ROOMS,
2 SHOPS & WORK ROOMS, & ENGINE ROOM - WALLS, OVERHEAD & PIPING
3 A high durability coating specification designed for environments classified by ISO12944-2 as C1
4 very low corrosivity.
5 Surface Preparation & Comments
6 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
7 wash to remove all dirt and contamination. Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
8 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
9 Abrasive blast clean to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
10 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
11 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
12 treated in the appropriate manner

TSR Over coating Interval


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempadur zinc Hempel


1 Reddish 65 3.0 2.0 537.8 3 Hrs 30 D
Coat 17360 08700

Full Hempadur Mastic Hempel


2 Grey 80 7.0 5.0 251.0 5 Hrs 54 H
Coat 45881 08450

Full Hempel
3 Hempaxane 55000TBD 85 6.0 5.0 277.0 4 Hr - 6 D
Coat 08080

12.0

13 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 12 Mils


14 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
15 Film Thickness Range:
16 Hempadur zinc 17360: 3.3 4.9 wet / 2.0 - 3.0 dry
17 Hempadur 45881: 7.0 8.5 wet / 5.0 - 7.0 dry
18 Hempaxane 55000: 6.0 7.0 wet / 3.0 - 5.0 dry
19 1) STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a brush (preferred) or spray (wet on wet)
20 applied stripe coat of Hempadur 45881 should be applied on all critical areas such as weld
21 seams, sharp edges, and lips of angles.
22 2) Please review product data sheet.
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1 SYSTEM 11A: MUD PITS (2 COAT - HIGH ABRASION) - INTERIOR WALLS, FLOOR &
2 PIPING - 2 COAT SYSTEM
3 A high performance coating specification for exposure in immersed environments.
4 Surface Preparation
5 Sharp edges, fillets corners and welds shall be rounded or smoothened by grinding (mm R =
6 2mm) Hard surface layers, e.g. resulting from flame cutting, shall be removed by grinding prior to
7 blast cleaning.
8 All surfaces must be free from any foreign matter such as weld flux, residue, slivers, dirt, grease
9 and oils, salts etc prior to blast cleaning. Remove loose material and then remove grease and oil
10 by detergent wash and rinsing with fresh clean water in accordance with SSPC-SP- 1.
11 Any major surface defects, particularly surface laminations or scabs detrimental to the protective
12 coating system shall be removed by suitable dressing. Where such defects have been revealed
13 during blast cleaning, and dressing has been performed the dressed area shall be reblasted to
14 the specified standard.
15 Blast Cleaning
16 Blasting abrasives shall be clean, dry, and free from contaminants, which will be detrimental to
17 the performance of the coating. In addition air used for blasting shall be clean, dry, and free from
18 contaminants. This should be verified according to ASTM D4285.
19 Size of abrasive particles for blast cleaning shall be such that the prepared surface profile height
20 (anchor pattern profile) is in accordance with the requirements for the applicable coating system.
21 The surface profile shall be graded in accordance with ISO 8503.
22 The cleanliness of the blast-cleaned surface shall be referred to for each coating system, i.e. Sa 2
23 1/2.
24 Substrate
25 The surface to be coated shall be clean, dry, and free from oil / grease, and have the specified
26 roughness and cleanliness until the first coat is applied.
27 Dust, blast abrasives etc. shall be removed from the surface after blast cleaning such that the
28 particle quantity and particle size do not exceed rating 2 of ISO 8502-3.
29 The maximum content of soluble impurities on the blasted surface as sampled using 150 8502-6
30 and distilled water, shall not exceed a conductivity ISO 8502-9 corresponding to a NaC1 content
31 of 20 mg/in2. Equivalent methods may be used. Frequency of testing should be daily.
32 Carbon Steel Substrate
33 Grit blast, with sand, steel, garnet, plastic or other media, etc. substrate to Swedish Standard SA
34 2 1/2. Substrate may be power tool cleaned to 5t3. At all times, an anchor profile should be 30 -
35 80 microns. If necessary, blasting for profile may be done in the days prior to the application, but
36 the surface must be additionally sweep or brush off blasted the day of the application to ensure all
37 oxides have been removed.
38 Metalized Substrate
39 Blasting may be used to profile metalized surface if required. Substrate should also be detergent
40 washed and rinsed prior to coating. It may be necessary to apply an additional coat to
41 ensure full thickness. All surfaces must be clean, dry and free of contaminants.
42 Coating Application - General
43 A. A Working Specification is provided for each coating system to be used. This contains the
44 following information:
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1 B. Surface pre-treatment requirements.


2 C. Film thickness
3 D. Maximum and minimum recoating intervals at relevant temperatures
4 E. Information on thinners to be used
5 F. Etc.
6 Application
7 Prior to spray application a stripe coat shall be applied by brush or roller to all welds, corners,
8 behind angles, edges of beams etc, and areas not fully reachable by spray in order to obtain the
9 specified coverage and thickness.
10 It is important that spray application is carried out in such a fashion as to achieve an even film,
11 free of dry spray and holidays. Each coat shall be applied uniformly over the entire surface.
12 Skips, runs, sags, and drips shall be avoided. Each coat shall be free from pinholes, blisters, and
13 holidays.
14 Altering temperature will alter cure times.
15 Unless in a controlled environment, coating will only be permitted during daylight hours when air
16 and substrate temperature is above 10C. No coating will be permitted when substrate is wet
17 from rain or dew, when surfaces are less than 3C above the dew point and holding, or
18 when the relative humidity is greater than 85%. Moisture will inhibit the curing agent reaction
19 in the coating system and the coating will not cure or perform properly.
20 General Repairs
21 Factory repairs
22 All repairs must be treated in the same way as the main system although small areas may be
23 brush applied. Transitions to old coatings must be scrubbed and washed with approved solvent,
24 or pressure washed with detergent then rinsed, before coating. If the surface profile is still present
25 from original preparation blasting is not necessary. If blasting is not possible to achieve profile,
26 repairs up to 5x5 cm may be ground to St3 and cleaned carefully before coating.
27 On Site repairs
28 All repairs over 1 sq m must be treated in the same way as the main system. Areas falling
29 between 5x5 cm and 1sq m can be spot blasted. The product can be applied by brush to small
30 areas in 4 coats to achieve the minimum specified thickness. Transitions to old coatings must be
31 abraded or sanded with the appropriate grit sandpaper. The area should then be scrubbed and
32 washed with approved solvent, or pressure washed with detergent then rinsed, before coating. If
33 the surface profile is still present from original preparation blasting is not necessary.
34 If blasting is not possible to achieve profile, repairs up to 5x5 cm must be ground to St3 and
35 cleaned carefully before coating to the specified thickness.
36 Components on site have been exposed to salt water environment, therefore prior to coating a
37 salt test should be carried out to determine that the maximum content of soluble impurities on the
38 blasted surface as sampled using ISO 8502-6 and distilled water, shall not exceed a conductivity
39 150 8502-9 corresponding to a NaC1 content of 20 mg/in2. Equivalent methods may be used.
40 Final Check
41 The structure should be checked for paint defects and DFT. It should be 100% holiday tested with
42 a low voltage 9 volt wet sponge tester until such time as inspection verifies that system is being
43 applied holiday and pore free. There must be at least 10 MPa adhesions. Test plates can be
44 used which are treated in parallel with the application. Documentation and log should be kept of
45 all work carried out.
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TSR Over coating Interval


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Hempadur Hempel
1 Full Coat Light Red 68 9 6 184.7 27 Hrs 16 D
85671 08450

Hempadur Hempel
2 Full Coat Off-White 68 9 6 184.7 27 Hrs 16 D
85671 08450

12.0

1 Minimum dry film thickness 12 mils


2
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1 SYSTEM 11B: MUD PIT EXTERIOR - INTERIOR WALLS, FLOORING & PIPING (2-COATS)
2 System 11B is a high performance coating specification for paint exposure to immersed
3 environments.
4 Surface Preparation & Comments
5 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
6 washes to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
7 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
8 Abrasive blast cleans to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
9 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
10 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
11 treated in the appropriate manner.
12 A sharp, angular surface profile of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns) is recommended.

TSR Over coating


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Interval Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempadur Mastic Hempel


1 Grey 80 8 6 209.1 6 Hrs 63 Hrs
Coat 45881 08450

Full Hempathane Hempel


2 TBD 65 4 2 521.3 14 Hrs 0
Coat Topcoat 55610 08080

8.0

13 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 8


14 Film Thickness Range:
15 Hempadur 45881: 8.0- 9.0 wet / 6.0 - 7.0 dry / coat
16 Hempathane 55610: 4.0 5.0 wet / 2 -3 dry /coat
17 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
18 Hempadur 45881: 12170 Grey
19 Hempathane 55610: As per ENSCO specification
20 1) STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a brush (preferred) or spray (wet on wet)
21 applied stripe coat of Hempadur 45881 should be applied on all critical areas such as weld
22 seams, sharp edges, and lips of angles.
23 2) To facilitate curing & solvent removal, proper ventilation is required during initial application,
24 between coats, and for a sufficient period after the final coat is applied.
25 3) Refer to the product data sheet or contact Hempel (USA), Inc. for additional information.
26 Christian Fenger chfe@hempel.com
27 4) Dehumidification equipment should be utilized for all enclosed tank work.
28 5) Please review product data sheet.

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1 SYSTEM 12: DRILL WATER & BALLAST TANKS - INTERIOR WALLS, TANKTOP,
2 OVERHEAD, & PIPING

TSR Over coating Interval


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Hempadur Hempel
1 Full Coat Red 69 9 6 187.4 7 Hrs 26.5 D
17630 08450

Hempadur Hempel
2 Full Coat Grey 69 9 6 187.4 7 Hrs 26.5 D
17630 08450

12.0

3 Minimum Dry film thickness 12 mil


4 Hempadur 17630: 9.0- 11.0 wet / 6-8 dry mils per coat
5 Surface Preparation & Comments
6 Where necessary fresh water wash to remove all dirt and contamination and then degrease
7 according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
8 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
9 In any areas where soft film coatings are already applied, please consult Hempel (USA), Inc. for
10 cleaning advice.
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1 SYSTEM 13: POTABLE WATER TANKS - INTERIOR WALLS, TANKTOP, OVERHEAD, &
2 PIPING
3 System 13 is a high performance coating specification for exposure to immersed environments.
4 Surface Preparation & Comments
5 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
6 washes to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
7 Abrasive blast cleans to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
8 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
9 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
10 treated in the appropriate manner.
11 A sharp, angular surface profile of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns) is recommended.

Over coating
Coat Product VS WFT DFT TSR
# Comments Interval Min - Max Thinner
Type Name % Mil Mil ft/US Gal 77F

Full Hempadur
1 Light Red 68 9 6 184.7 2.5 D 16 D Hempel 08450
Coat 85671

Full Hempadur
2 Off-White 68 9 6 184.7 2.5 D 16 D Hempel 08450
Coat 85671

12.0

12 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 12 mils


13 Film Thickness Range:
14 Hempadur 85671: 9.0 10.0 wet / 6.0 -7.0 dry / coat
15 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
16
17 Hempadur 85671:50900 Light Red
18 Hempadur: 85671: 11630 off White
19 1) STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a brush applied stripe coat of Hempadur
20 85671 should be applied between full coats on all critical areas such as weld seams, sharp
21 edges, and lips of angles.
22 2) To facilitate curing & solvent removal, proper ventilation is required during, between coats,
23 and for a sufficient period after the final coat is applied.
24 3) Refer to the product data sheet or contact International Paint for additional information.
25 4) Each country is unique on approved potable water coatings. Contact Hempel in the country of
26 application for additional details.
27 5) Dehumidification equipment should be utilized for all enclosed tank work.
28 6) Degrease with as necessary if oil/grease or other contaminants present.
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1 SYSTEM 14A: VOID TANKS PAINTED- INTERIOR WALLS, TANKTOP, and OVERHEAD &
2 PIPING
3 Surface Preparation & Comments
4 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
5 washes to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
6 Pressure wash with Light clean 99350
7 Abrasive blast cleans to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
8 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
9 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
10 treated in the appropriate manner.
11 A sharp, angular surface profile of 2-3 mils (50-75 microns) is recommended.

TSR Over coating Interval


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Min - Max Thinner
Type % Mil Mil
Gal 77F

Full Hempadur Mastic Hempel


1 Grey 77 7 5 251 4 Hrs 18.5 D
Coat 45881 08450

5.0

12 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 5 mils


13 * DO NOT USE IF SOFT COATINGS HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY APPLIED, WITHOUT
14 PROPER SURFACE PREPARATION! CONSULT Hempel (USA), Inc. Christian Fenger
15 chfe@hempel.com
16 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 5 Mils
17 Film Thickness Range
18 Hempadur 45881: 7.0 8.0 wet / 5.0 - 6.0 dry
19 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
20 Hempadur 45881: 12170 Grey
21 1) STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a brush applied stripe coat of Hempadur
22 45880 should be applied between full coats on all critical areas such as weld seams, sharp
23 edges, and lips of angles.
24 2) To facilitate curing & solvent removal, proper ventilation is required during initial application,
25 between coats, and for a sufficient period after the final coat is applied.
26 3) Refer to product data sheet or contact International Paint for additional information
27 4) Dehumidification equipment should be utilized for all enclosed tank work.
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1 SYSTM 14B: VOID TANKS NON- PAINTED- INTERIOR WALLS, TANKTOP, and OVERHEAD
2 & PIPING

TSR Over coating Interval


Coat VS WFT DFT
# Product Name Comments ft/US Thinner
Type % Mil Mil Min - Max 77F
Gal

Hempadur Hempel
1 Full Coat Red 69 9 6 184.7 7 Hrs 26.5 D
17630 08450

Hempadur Hempel
2 Full Coat Grey 69 9 6 184.7 7 Hrs 26.5 D
17630 08450

12.0

3 Film Thickness Minimum 12 mils


4 Hempadur 17630:9.0 11.0 wet / 6 8 dry mils per coat.
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1 SYSTEM 15: SINGLE TOPCOAT FOR COSMETICS


2 This specification is intended for Maintenance and Repair.
3 Surface Preparation & Comments
4 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
5 washes to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
6 Pressures wash with Light clean 99350 Solution.
7 Lightly sand surface and ensure it is free of dust and dirt prior to application of coatings.

Coat Product VS WFT DFT TSR Over coating Interval


Binder Thinner
Type Name % Mil Mil ft/US Gal Min - Max 77F

Hempadur
Full Hempel
1 Mastic TBD 77 7 5 251 4 Hrs 18.5 D
Coat 08450
45881

5.0

8 Hempadur 45880: 7.0 8.0 wet / 5 - 6 mils dry


9 Colors: As per ENSCO specification
10 Hempadur 45881: 12170 Grey
11 1. STRIPE COAT: To enhance long term protection, a brush applied stripe coat of Hempadur
12 45881 should be applied between full coats on all critical areas such as weld seams, sharp
13 edges, and lips of angles.
14 2. To facilitate curing & solvent removal, proper ventilation is required during initial application,
15 between coats, and for a sufficient period after the final coat is applied.
16 3. Refer to product data sheet or contact Hempel Paint for additional information
17 4. Dehumidification equipment should be utilized for all enclosed tank work.
18
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1 SYSTEM 16: WALKWAY AREAS - EXTERIOR MAIN DECK, ROOF TOPS, ETC.
2 A high performance coating specification for walkways exposed to salt water spray.
3 Surface Preparation & Comments
4 Where necessary remove all weld splatter, smooth weld seams and sharp edges. Fresh water
5 washes to remove all dirt and contamination Degrease according to SSPC-SP1 solvent cleaning.
6 Abrasive blasts clean to Sa2.5 (ISO 8501-1:1988) or SSPC-SP10. If oxidation has occurred
7 between blasting and application, the surface should be reblasted to the specified visual
8 standard. Surface defects revealed by the blast cleaning process, should be ground, filled, or
9 treated in the appropriate manner.
10 A sharp angular surface profile of 3-4 mils (75-100) microns) is recommended.
Coat Comment VS WFT DFT TSR Overcoating Interval
# Product Name Thinner
Type s % Mil Mil ft/US Gal Min - Max 77F
Full Hempadur spray-
1 Green 100 100 100 16.04 8 Hrs 72 Hrs NA
Coat guard 35490
Full Hempel
2 Hempaxane 55000 TBD 85 6.0 5.0 277.0 4 Hr 30 D
Coat 08080
105.0

11 Minimum Dry Film Thickness: 105 mils


12 Film Thickness Range:
13 Hempadur Spray Guard 35490:80100 wet / 80-100 dry / coat
14 Hempaxane 55000: 6.0 7.0 wet/ 5.0 6.0 dry / coat
15 Colors: See ENSCO Color Scheme, Section 6.1.8
16 Hempadur 35490: 41690 Green
17 Hempaxane: 55000: As per Ensco Specifications
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