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SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings

TECHNOLOGY GUIDE NO. 13

Guide for the Identification and Use of Industrial Coating Materials in Computerized Product Databases

1. Scope

1.1 INTRODUCTION: Databases are essential in organiz-

ing and reporting technical information such as product data and test results. The first step in developing a database for industrial coating material is to identify the parameters that are essential for characterizing coating material identifiers and properties.The Society for Protective Coatings/Computer-Integrated Knowl- edge System Network (SSPC/CIKS) Joint Coating Working

Group has prepared this guide for formatting data on coating material for use in preparing product data sheets in hardcopy format and computerized databases. Significant benefits will be realized due to the increased emphasis on the electronic representation and exchange of information. The guide will provide a consistent format that will simplify data transfer among coating industry manufacturers, coating suppliers, and coating users. The benefits will include an increased aware- ness of the properties of coating material through consistent terminology and the identification of data elements, and the ability to exchange product data represented in computerized systems such as databases. The development of this guide is consistent with the principles laid down by ASTM Committee E-49 on “Computerization of Material and Chemical Property Data.” The organization of the guide was strongly influenced by ASTM E 1309 (Guide for Identification of Composite Ma- terials in Computerized Material Property Databases) and ASTM E 1338 (Guide for Identification of Metals and Alloys in Computerized Material Property Databases).

1.2 OBJECTIVE: The objective of this document is to

provide a general structure for coating product data. Product data includes manufacturer identifiers, physical properties, performance parameters, and recommendations on use. This guide is intended to simplify the exchange of similarly complete sets of data between different computerized databases and to promote a consistent representation for the exchange of coating product data in paper form. It suggests the subject matter to be included in a coating material product database. It is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of data to be stored and it is not a database. Implementation of this guide does not have to include all the data elements listed within, and there are no constraints on how data should be displayed in specific databases. The guide presents parameters needed to characterize industrial coating product data. It includes data elements (fields) needed to uniquely identify a coating material, to describe its

properties, and to report manufacturer’s recommendations on its use.

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2. Terminology

2.1 TERMS SPECIFIC TO INDUSTRIAL COATING MATERIAL: Terms specific to industrial coating material In- dustrial coating material is defined in Steel Structures Painting Manual, Volume 1,Appendix B. Other industrial coating material related terms used in this guide are defined in documents listed in Section 5.

2.2 TERMS USED IN THIS GUIDE: Terms used to describe the components of an industrial coating system include primer, intermediate, and topcoat. A diagram showing the components is presented in Figure 1. In practice, when describing a coat- ing system, it is assumed that multiple representations (e.g. product data sheets, data files, data records) of this guide will be necessary. For example, a database record could contain product data on a primer, intermediate, or topcoat. The database records could reside in a single database file or in separate files, designated as “primer data file,” “intermediate coat data file,” or “topcoat data file." A database consists of data files that are composed of data segments and data elements.

FIGURE 1: COMPONENTS OF A COATING SYSTEM

 

Coating System

 

Primer

Intermediate Coat

Topcoat

(data format)

(data format)

(data format)

2.2.1 Coating product database: a data file consisting

of data segments and data elements in which product data representing individual or multiple manufacturer identifiers and properties are stored.

2.2.2 Data record: a complete coating product database

entry that contains coating material product data representing a single manufacturer and coating system component, comprised of data segments.

2.2.3 Data segment: a category of information that is used

to subdivide and designate sets of related data elements.

2.2.4 Data element: an individual piece of information used

in describing a material or recording test results; for example,

a variable name or test parameter. Note: Certain data segments may be used repeatedly to report information and properties of a particular coating. Each data element in this guide is represented by a data element

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number, data element name, data element type, and data ele- ment format.

2.2.5 Data element number: a three or five-digit number

used to denote an individual data element. Note: These numbers represent the entire set of informa- tion in a particular data element. Data element numbers are considered a functional part of the guide and may be used for data element reference. The first three digits of the data element number identify the data segment. The two digits following the decimal point identify the specific data element within a data segment. A data element number that contains “XX” following the decimal point is used to denote multiple occurrences (e.g. properties, tests) for an individual data element.

3.2.2 Intended use: Ten data elements used to describe

manufacturer’s recommendations on use of the coating mate- rial.

3.2.3 Physical properties (as applied material):

Thirteen data elements that describe the physical properties, including test results for the wet material.

3.2.4 Mixing and application: Thirty data elements that

provide guidance on the mixing and application of the coating material.

3.2.5 Key performance parameters: Twenty-nine data

elements that identify test methods and results for the coating material.

2.2.6 Data element name: a descriptive term or title that

designates the type of information or data to be reported in the data element.

2.2.7 Data element type: a designation of “essential”, “es-

sential if applicable”, or “desirable” that reflects the significance of the data element entry. Note: Data elements are designated “essential” if they are necessary to make a meaningful comparison of product data from different sources. A comparison of data from different sources

may still be possible if essential information is omitted, but the value of the comparison may be greatly reduced.

2.2.8 Data element format: the presentation style used

to report information or data. Note:Alphanumeric, floating point, and special entry formats may be specified in this guide for use in reporting information, unit designations, numerical values, and test results.

3. Data Segments

3.1 Introduction: Seven data segments represent catego-

ries of information that are necessary for the identification of an industrial coating and for recording its product data. They

are:

Product description

Intended use

Physical properties

Mixing and application

Key performance parameters

Safety data

Supplemental information

Each data segment is identified and defined in Section 3.2. Table 1 lists the data segments and their data element number range designation. Table 2 identifies the data elements associ- ated with each data segment. See pages 6-8.

3.2 DATA SEGMENT DEFINITIONS

3.2.1 Product description: Fifteen data elements used

to represent the manufacturer information, identify the coating system component, and certification.

3.2.6 Safety: Six data elements that describe safety data

and considerations for the coating material.

3.2.7 Supplementary information: One data element

that describes manufacturer supplementary comments regard- ing identification, properties, and use of the coating material.

4. Data Elements

4.1 Introduction: Each data segment is subdivided into

sets of data elements that are used to report either essential, essential if applicable, or desirable information. Data elements for data segments are defined in the following sections. The use of SI units is preferred and the reporting of all properties in SI units is always required. It is also desirable to include English units (in parenthesis), following the SI unit specification.

4.2 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

4.2.1 Product name (essential): the name established by

the manufacturer to uniquely identify the coating material.

4.2.2 Product identification (essential): a unique iden-

tification number established by the manufacturer to uniquely identify the coating material.

4.2.3 Manufacturer name (essential): the name of the

coating manufacturer.

4.2.4 Manufacturer address (desirable): the manufac-

turer street or post office box address for use in communicating written documents.

4.2.5 Manufacturer city designation (desirable): the manufacturer city for use in communicating written docu- ments.

4.2.6 Manufacturer state designation (desirable): the

manufacturer state for use in communicating written docu- ments.

4.2.7 Manufacturer zip code designation (desirable):

the manufacturer zip code for use in communicating written

documents.

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4.2.8 Manufacturer country designation (desirable):

the manufacturer country name for use in communicating written documents.

4.2.9 Manufacturer telephone number (essential):

telephone number for the manufacturer.

4.2.10 Manufacturer facsimile number (desirable):

facsimile number of the manufacturer.

4.3.10 Wet temperature limitation (essential if appli-

cable): specifies the acceptable wet temperature limitation reported in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.4 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES (AS APPLIED MATE- RIAL)

4.4.1 Volume solids (essential): specifies the percent

volume solids test result.

4.2.11 Manufacturer electronic mail address (desirable):

electronic mail address of the manufacturer.

4.2.12 Manufacturer World Wide Web Universal Re-

source Locator (URL) address (desirable): Internet World

Wide Web address for the manufacturer.

4.2.13 Generic type (essential): identifies the generic

coating material type based on the primary resin system.

4.2.14 System component (essential): identifies the

coating system component.

4.2.15 Certification/qualification (desirable): identifies a

certification or qualification assigned to the coating material.

4.3 INTENDED USE

4.3.1 Common use (essential): identifies the suitable

application areas. Piping and highway bridges are examples

of use areas.

4.3.2 Substrate type (essential): identifies the recom-

mended compatible substrate(s).

4.3.3 Exposure environment (essential): recommended

exposure environment(s). Examples of standard exposure en- vironments are defined in SSPC Painting Manual, Volume 2.

4.3.4 Surface preparation specification (essential):

recommended surface preparation specification for application

of the coating material.

4.3.5 Compatible undercoat (essential if applicable):

identifies a compatible undercoat.

4.3.6 Compatible topcoat (essential if applicable):

identifies a compatible topcoat.

4.3.7 Continuous dry temperature limitation (essential

if applicable): specifies the acceptable continuous temperature limitation reported in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.3.8 Intermittent dry temperature limitation (essential

if applicable): specifies the acceptable intermittent temperature

limitation reported in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.3.9 Chemical temperature limitation (essential if

applicable): specifies the acceptable elevated temperature

for chemical environment reported in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.4.2 Volume solids test method (essential): identifies the

test method used to determine the volume solids percent.

4.4.3 Solids by weight (essential): specifies the percent

solids by weight test result.

4.4.4 Solids by weight test method (essential): identifies

the test method used to determine the weight solids percent.

4.4.5 Volatile organic compounds (VOC)(essential):

identifies the volatile organic compound content in grams/liter and lbs/gallon test result.

4.4.6 Volatile organic compounds (VOC) test method

(essential): identifies the test method used to determine the volatile organic compound content.

4.4.7 Component density (desirable): identifies the mixing

component density in grams/liter and lbs/gallon.

4.4.8 Mixed density (desirable): identifies the density

test result in grams/liter and lbs/gallon.

4.4.9 Density test method (desirable): identifies the test

method used to determine the density.

4.4.10 Storage and transport temperature (desir- able): specifies the acceptable temperature range for storing and transporting the coating material in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.4.11 Shelf life (essential): identifies the recommended

shelf life in months.

4.4.12 Finish (desirable): identifies the type of coating

component finish.

4.4.13 Color (desirable): identifies the color or range of

colors available for the coating.

4.5 MIXING AND APPLICATION

4.5.1 Dry-to-handle (essential): identifies the dry-to-

handle time in hours at a specified temperature reported in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.5.2 Dry-to-handle test method (essential): identifies the

test method used to determine the dry-to-handle test results.

4.5.3 Dry-to-touch (essential): identifies the dry-to-touch

time in hours.

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4.5.4 Dry-to-touch test method (essential): identifies the

test method used to determine the dry-to-touch test results.

4.5.5 Maximum recoat time (essential): identifies the

recommended maximum overcoat time in hours.

4.5.6 Temperature for maximum recoat time (essential):

the temperature used to determine the maximum recoat value reported in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.5.7 Minimum recoat time (essential): identifies the

recommended minimum overcoat time in hours.

4.5.8 Temperature for minimum recoat time (essential):

the recommended minimum recoat time temperature reported

in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.5.9 Maximum recommended dry film application

thickness (essential): identifies the recommended maximum dry film application thickness, reported in micrometers and mils.

4.5.10 Minimum recommended dry film application

thickness (essential): identifies the recommended minimum dry film application thickness, reported in micrometers and mils.

4.5.11 Theoretical coverage per volume (essential):

identifies the surface area coverage for volume of coating at

a specified dry film thickness, reported in square meters (and square feet) per volume.

4.5.12 Maximum ambient temperature (essential):

identifies the recommended maximum ambient temperature for application reported in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.5.13 Minimum ambient temperature (essential):

identifies the recommended minimum ambient temperature for

application in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.5.14 Maximum surface temperature (essential): identi-

fies the recommended application surface temperature range

in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.5.15 Minimum surface temperature (essential): identi-

fies the recommended application surface temperature range

in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.5.16 Maximum humidity (essential): identifies the

recommended maximum relative humidity for application, reported in percent.

4.5.17 Minimum humidity (essential): identifies the rec-

ommended minimum relative humidity for application, reported in percent.

4.5.18 Dew point range (essential): identifies the recom-

mended application dew point/surface temperature range in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.5.19 Thinner (essential): identifies the recommended

thinner.

4.5.20 Clean-up solvent (essential): identifies the recom-

mended clean-up solvent.

4.5.21 Parts (essential if applicable): identifies the re-

quired number of parts for mixing.

4.5.22 Mixing method (essential if applicable): identifies

the recommended method for mixing.

4.5.23 Mixing ratio (essential if applicable): identifies

the required ratio for mixing parts.

4.5.24 Induction time (essential if applicable): identifies

the induction time in hours.

4.5.25 Temperature for induction time (essential if ap-

plicable): identifies the induction time temperature in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.5.26 Pot life (essential if applicable): identifies the

pot life in hours.

4.5.27 Pot life temperature (essential if applicable):

identifies the pot life temperature in degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.5.28 Application method (desirable): identifies the

recommended application method(s).

4.5.29 Agitation requirements (desirable): identifies the

recommended agitation requirements during application.

4.5.30 Curing mechanism (desirable): identifies the curing mechanism.

4.6 KEY PERFORMANCE PARAMETERS

4.6.1 Corrosion resistance (desirable): corrosion resis-

tance test results.

4.6.2 Corrosion resistance test parameters (desirable):

corrosion resistance test parameters.

4.6.3 Corrosion resistance test method (desirable):

identifies the method used to determine the corrosion resis- tance.

4.6.4 Weathering (desirable): weathering test results for

gloss, color retention, chalking, and checking.

4.6.5 Weathering test parameters (desirable): identifies

the test parameters used to conduct the weathering test.

4.6.6 Weathering test method (desirable): identifies the

test method used to determine weathering.

4.6.7 Abrasion resistance (desirable): abrasion resis-

tance test results.

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4.6.8 Abrasion resistance test parameters (desirable):

identifies the test parameters used to conduct the test for abra- sion resistance.

4.6.9Abrasion resistance test method (desirable): iden- tifies the test method used to determine abrasion resistance.

4.6.10 Temperature resistance (desirable): temperature

resistance test results.

4.6.11 Temperature resistance test parameters (desir-

able): identifies the parameters used to conduct the tempera-

ture test.

4.6.12 Temperature resistance test method (desirable):

identifies the test method used to determine temperature resistance.

4.6.13 Selected chemical resistance (desirable):

selected chemical resistance test results.

4.6.14 Selected chemical resistance test parameters

(desirable): identifies the parameters used to conduct the selected chemical resistance test.

4.6.15 Selected chemical resistance test method (desir-

able): identifies the test method used to determine the selected chemical resistance.

4.6.16 Impact resistance (desirable): impact resistance

test results.

4.6.17 Impact resistance test parameters (desirable):

identifies the parameters used to conduct the impact resis- tance test.

4.6.18 Impact resistance test method (desirable): identi-

fies the test method used to determine impact resistance.

4.6.19 Permeability (desirable): permeability test

results.

4.6.20 Permeability test parameters (desirable): identi-

fies the parameters used to conduct the permeability test.

4.6.21 Permeability test method (desirable): identifies

the test method used to determine permeability.

4.6.22 Adhesion (desirable): adhesion test results.

4.6.23 Adhesion test parameters (desirable): identifies

the parameters used to conduct the adhesion test.

4.6.24 Adhesion test method (desirable): identifies the

test method used to determine adhesion.

4.6.25 Elongation (desirable): elongation test results.

4.6.26 Elongation test parameters (desirable): identifies

the parameters used to conduct the elongation test.

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4.6.27 Elongation test method (desirable): identifies the

test method used to determine elongation.

4.6.28 Tensile strength (desirable): tensile strength test

results reported in percent.

4.6.29 Tensile strength test method (desirable): identifies

the test method used to determine tensile strength.

4.7 SAFETY

4.7.1 Part identification (essential): Identifies the coating

component part for which the safety data is being reported.

4.7.2 NFPA health hazard (desirable): identifies the

National Fire Protection Association health hazard rating

number.

4.7.3 NFPA flammability (desirable): identifies the Na-

tional Fire Protection Association flammability rating number.

4.7.4 NFPA reactivity (desirable): identifies the National

Fire Protection Association reactivity rating number.

4.7.5 Flash point (essential): identifies the flash point in

degrees Celsius and Fahrenheit.

4.7.6 Flash point test method (essential): identifies the

test method used to determine the flash point.

4.8 MANUFACTURER SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMA- TION

4.8.1 Manufacturer comments (desirable): additional information provided by the manufacturer to aid in the selection or use of the coating material.

Table 1: Coating Material Product Data Segment and Data Element Numeric Ranges

Data Segment Number Range Data Segment Name

100-199

200-299

300-399

400-499

500-599

Product description Intended use Physical properties Mixing and application Key performance param- eters Safety data Manufacturer’s supple- mental information

600-699

700-799

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Table 2: Data Elements for the Definition of Industrial Coating Product Data Product Description Data Segment (see Section 4.2)

NUMBER a

ELEMENT NAME

TYPE b

FORMAT

100

Product name Product identification Manufacturer name Manufacturer address c Manufacturer city designation Manufacturer state designation Manufacturer zip code designation Manufacturer country designation Manufacturer telephone number Manufacturer facsimile number Manufacturer electronic mail address Manufacturer World Wide Web Universal Resource Locator address Generic type System component c

Essential

Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String

101

Essential

102

Essential

103.xx

Desirable

104

Desirable

105

Desirable

106

Desirable

107

Desirable

108

Essential

109

Desirable

110

Desirable

111

 

Desirable

Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String

112

Essential

113.xx

Essential

114

Certification/qualification

Desirable

Intended Use Data Segment (see Section 4.3)

 

NUMBER

DATA ELEMENT NAME

TYPE

FORMAT

200.xx

Common use c Substrate type c Exposure environment Surface preparation specification c Compatible undercoat c Compatible topcoat c

Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential if applicable Essential if applicable Essential if applicable Essential if applicable Essential if applicable Essential if applicable

Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String

201.xx

202.xx

203.xx

204.xx

205.xx

206

Continuous dry temperature limitation

207

Intermittent dry temperature limitation

208

Chemical temperature limitation

209

Wet temperature limitation

Physical Properties (as applied material) Data Segment (see Section 4.4)

NUMBER

DATA ELEMENT NAME

TYPE

FORMAT

300

Volume solids Volume solids test method Solids by weight Solids by weight test method Volatile organic compounds Volatile organic compounds test method Component density Mixed density Density test method Storage and transport temperature Shelf life Finish Color c

Essential

Floating Point Alphanumeric String Floating Point Alphanumeric String Floating Point Alphanumeric String Floating Point Floating Point Alphanumeric String Numeric Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String

301

Essential

302

Essential

303

Essential

304

Essential

305

Essential

306

Desirable

307

Desirable

308

Desirable

309

Desirable

310

Essential

311

Desirable

312.xx

Desirable

a Data element numbers are a functional part of the guide.

b All data elements are considered desirable. Reporting essential data elements is strongly recommended.

c The data fields for this data segment shall be repeated for each data element.

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Mixing and Application Data Segment (see Section 4.5)

NUMBER

DATA ELEMENT NAME

TYPE

FORMAT

400

Dry-to-handle Dry-to-handle test method Dry-to-touch Dry-to-touch test method Maximum recoat time Temperature for maximum recoat time Minimum recoat time Temperature for minimum recoat time Maximum recommended dry film application thickness Minimum recommended dry film application thickness Theoretical coverage per volume Maximum ambient temperature Minimum ambient temperature Maximum surface temperature Minimum surface temperature Maximum humidity Minimum humidity Dew point range Thinner Clean-up solvent Parts Mixing method Mixing ratio Induction time c Temperature for induction time Pot life c Pot life temperature Application method c

Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Desirable Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential Essential if applicable Essential if applicable Essential if applicable Essential if applicable Essential if applicable Essential if applicable Essential if applicable Desirable Desirable Desirable

Numeric Alphanumeric String Numeric Alphanumeric String Numeric Floating Point Numeric Floating Point Floating Point Floating Point Floating Point Floating Point Floating Point Floating Point Floating Point Floating Point Floating Point Floating Point Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Numeric Floating Point Numeric Floating Point Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String

401

402

403

404

405

406

407

408

409

410

411

412

413

414

415

416

417

418

419

420

421

422

423.xx

424.xx

425

426

427.xx

428

Agitation requirements

429

Curing mechanism

Key Performance Parameters Data Segment (see Section 4.6)

 

NUMBER

DATA ELEMENT NAME

TYPE

FORMAT

500.xx

Corrosion resistance c Corrosion resistance test parameters Corrosion resistance test method c Weathering c Weathering test parameters Weathering test method c Abrasion resistance Abrasion resistance test parameter Abrasion resistance test method Temperature resistance Temperature resistance test parameter Temperature resistance test method Selected chemical resistance Selected chemical resistance test parameter

Desirable

Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Floating Point Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Floating Point Alphanumeric String

501.xx

Desirable

502.xx

Desirable

503.xx

Desirable

504.xx

Desirable

505.xx

Desirable

506

Desirable

507

Desirable

508

Desirable

509

Desirable

510

Desirable

511

Desirable

512.xx

Desirable

513.xx

Desirable

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514.xx

Selected chemical resistance test method

Desirable

Alphanumeric String Floating Point Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Floating Point Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Floating Point Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Floating Point Alphanumeric String Alphanumeric String Floating Point Alphanumeric String

515

Impact resistance

Desirable

516

Impact resistance test parameter

Desirable

517

Impact resistance test method

Desirable

518

Permeability

Desirable

519

Permeability test parameter

Desirable

520

Permeability test method

Desirable

521

Adhesion

Desirable

522

Adhesion test parameter

Desirable

523

Adhesion test method

Desirable

524

Elongation

Desirable

525

Elongation test parameter

Desirable

526

Elongation test method

Desirable

527

Tensile strength

Desirable

528

Tensile strength test method

Desirable

Safety Data Segment (see Section 4.7)

 

NUMBER

ELEMENT NAME

TYPE

FORMAT

600.xx

Part identification NFPA health hazard NFPA flammability NFPA reactivity Flash point Flash point test method

Essential if applicable Desirable Desirable Desirable Essential Essential

Alphanumeric String Numeric Numeric Numeric Numeric Numeric

601.xx

602.xx

603.xx

604.xx

605.xx

Manufacturer’s Supplementary Information (see Section 4.8)

 

NUMBER

ELEMENT NAME

TYPE

FORMAT

700

Manufacturer’s comments

Desirable

Alphanumeric String

5. Reference documents and definition of terms cited in this guide

Coatings Encyclopedic Dictionary, LeSota, S. (Ed.), Blue Bell, PA, Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology,

1995.

Identification of Metals andAlloys in Computerized Material Property Databases,ASTM E-1338-90, West Conshohocken, PA, American Society for Testing and Materials, 1990.

Identification of Composite Materials in Computerized Material Property Databases, ASTM E-1309-92, West Con- shohocken, PA, American Society for Testing and Materials, 1992.

Industrial Maintenance Coatings Glossary, SSPC 94-16, Pittsburgh, PA, Technology Publishing Company, 1994.

Systems and Specifications: Steel Structures Painting Manual, Volumes 1 and 2, Pittsburgh, PA, SSPC: The Society

for Protective Coatings, 1993.

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6. Appendix A: Example Use of the Guide

Table A: Coating Product Data Example 1 Product Description Data Segment

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NUMBER NAME EXAMPLE ENTRY 100 Product name 101 Product identification 102 Manufacturer name 103.01 Manufacturer
NUMBER
NAME
EXAMPLE ENTRY
100
Product name
101
Product identification
102
Manufacturer name
103.01
Manufacturer address
104
Manufacturer city designation
105
Manufacturer state designation
Chembuild
Series 135
Tnemec
P.O. Box 411749
Kansas City
Missouri
106
Manufacturer zip code designation
64141-1749
107
Manufacturer country designation
United States
108
Manufacturer telephone number
816-483-3400
112
Generic type
113
System component
High-build, high-solids catalyzed epoxy
Primer
Intended Use Data Segment
NUMBER
NAME
EXAMPLE ENTRY
200.01
Common use
200.02
Common use
200.03
Common use
200.04
Common use
201
Substrate type
202
Exposure environment
203.01
Surface preparation specification
203.02
Surface preparation specification
205.01
Compatible topcoat
205.02
Compatible topcoat
205.03
Compatible topcoat
205.04
Compatible topcoat
205.05
Compatible topcoat
205.06
Compatible topcoat
206 Continuous dry temperature limitation
207 Intermittent dry temperature limitation
Machinery
Pipes
Bridges
Industrial facility steel structures
Structural steel
Atmospheric
SSPC-SP 2
SSPC-SP 3
Series 66 Hi-Build Epoxoline
Series 70 & 71 Endura-Shield
Series 72 Endura-Shield II
Series 73 Endura-Shield III
Series 73 Endura-Shield IV
Series 104 H.S. Epoxy
250 o F, 121 o C
275 o F, 135 o C
Physical Properties (as applied material) Data Segment
NUMBER
DATA ELEMENT NAME
EXAMPLE ENTRY

300

Volume solids, percent

83

304

Volatile organic compounds, g/L (lb/gal)

142 (1.2)

307

Mixed density, g/L (lb/gal)

12.61 (0.11)

309

Storage and transport temperature

Max 120 o F, 49 o C, Min 20 o F, 7 o C

310

Shelf life, months

12

311

Finish

Semi-gloss

312.01

Color

Off-white

312.02

Color

Select CHROMACOLORS

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Mixing and Application Data Segment

NUMBER

DATA ELEMENT NAME

EXAMPLE ENTRY

400

Dry-to-handle, WFT, micrometers (mils), hours at o C (F)

127 µm (5 mils),18 h, 23.8 o C (75 o F) 127 µm (5 mils), 6 h, 23.8 o C (75 o F)

402

Dry-to-touch, WFT, micrometers (mils), hours at o C (F)

404

Maximum recoat time, hours

3

407

Minimum recoat time, hours

24

408

Maximum recommended dry film application thickness

9 µm (4 mils) 4 µm (4 mils) 16-36 m 2 (149-335 ft 2 ) 135 o F, 57 o C 50 o F, 10 o C 80 o F, 27 o C #19 spray, #18 brush, roller Methyl Ethyl Ketone

409

Minimum recommended dry film application thickness

410

Theoretical coverage per volume

413

Maximum surface temperature

414

Minimum surface temperature

417

Dew point range

418

Thinner

419

Clean-up solvent

420

Parts

2

421

Mixing method

Stirring 4 part A: 1 part B

422

Mixing ratio

423

Induction time, hours

30

424

Pot life, hours

4

425

Pot life temperature

72 o F, 22 o C Spray Brush Roller None Chemical reaction

426.01

Application method

426.02

Application method

426.03

Application method

427 Agitation requirements

428 Curing mechanism

Key Performance Parameters Data Segment

NUMBER

DATA ELEMENT NAME

EXAMPLE ENTRY

500

Corrosion resistance

No blister, crack, rust, < 1/64 creep at scribe

502

Corrosion resistance test method

ASTM B117

506

Abrasion resistance

< 130 mg loss

507

Abrasion resistance test parameter

+1000 cycles

508

Abrasion resistance test method

ASTM D3359

515

Impact resistance

>28 inch-lbs

517

Impact resistance test method

ASTM D2794

521

Adhesion

> 850 psi

523

Adhesion test method

ASTM D4541

524

Elongation

> 16%

526

Elongation test method

ASTM D522 Conical Mandrel

Safety Data Segment

NUMBER

DATA ELEMENT NAME

EXAMPLE ENTRY

603 Flash point

75 o F, 24 o C SETA

604 Flash point test method

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Table B: Coating Product Data Example 2 Product Description Data Segment

NUMBER

NAME

EXAMPLE ENTRY

100

Product name

Carbomastic

101

Product identification

15

102

Manufacturer name

Carboline 1401 S. Hanley Road St. Louis Missouri

103.01

Manufacturer address

104

Manufacturer city designation

105

Manufacturer state designation

106

Manufacturer zip code designation

63144-2985

107

Manufacturer country designation

United States

108

Manufacturer telephone number

314-644-1000

112

Generic type

Waterborne epoxy Top coat Bay Area Quality Management District, Reg 8, Rules 3

113

System component

114

Certification/qualification and 19

Intended Use Data Segment

NUMBER

NAME

EXAMPLE ENTRY

200.01

Common use

Metal building Piping Process equipment Highway bridges Steel Atmospheric SSPC-SP 2 SSPC-SP 3 Inorganic primers Organic zinc oxide primers 180 o F, 82 o C 250 o F, 121 o C

200.02

Common use

200.03

Common use

200.04

Common use

201

Substrate type

202

Exposure environment

203.01

Surface preparation specification

203.02

Surface preparation specification

204.01

Compatible undercoat

204.02

Compatible undercoat

206

Continuous dry temperature limitation

207

Intermittent dry temperature limitation

Physical Properties (as applied material) Data Segment

NUMBER

DATA ELEMENT NAME

EXAMPLE ENTRY

300

Volume solids (percent)

90

301

Volume solids test method

ASTM D 2697 45-110 o F, 7-43 o C

309

Storage and transport temperature

310

Shelf life (months)

24

312

Color

Aluminum

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NUMBER

DATA ELEMENT NAME

EXAMPLE ENTRY

404

Maximum recoat time

6 days @ 40 o F, 4 o C 8 hours @ 90 o F, 32 o C

406

Minimum recoat time

409

Minimum recommended dry film application thickness

4 mils (125 microns) 7 mils (175 microns) 289 sq ft (7.2 sq m/l @ 125 microns) per gallon 130 o F, 54 o C 32 o F, 0 o C

410

Theoretical coverage per volume

413

Maximum surface temperature

414

Minimum surface temperature

415

Maximum humidity

100

416

Minimum humidity

0

417

Dew point range

5 °F, 2 °C Carbomastic thinner Carbomastic thinner #2

418

Thinner

419

Clean-up solvent

420

Parts

2

421

Mixing method

Power mix 1 Part A: 1 Part B

422

Mixing ratio

424

Pot life

4

425

Pot life temperature

75 °F, 24 °C Spray Brush

426.01

Application method

426.02

Application method

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