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A collection of standards and other reference documents on the maintenance. of interior and exterior architectural finishing systems. Presents standards for assessing degrees of surface degradation, the preparation of wood, concrete, and other substrates, and the selection of compatible maintenance repainting systems.
DOWNLOADABLE - NACE/SSPC Joint Surface Preparation Standards Package (NACE No 1, 2, 3, 4,6, 8) Surface finishing levels: White Metal, Near-White Metal. NACE/SSPC Joint Surface Preparation Standards Package (NACE No 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8)Surface finishing levels: White Metal, Near-White Metal, Commecial, Industrial.
Joint Surface Preparation Standard SSPC-SP NACE NO. 6 Surface Preparation of Concrete Foreword This standard covers the preparation of concrete surfaces prior to the application of protective coating or lining systems.
This standard should be used by specifiers, applicators, inspectors,File Size: 1MB. Joint Surface Preparation Standard SSPC-SP NO.
lO/NACE NO. 2 Near-White Blast Cleaning This SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings and NACE International standard represents a consensus of those individual members who have reviewed this docu- ment, its scope and provisions.
Its acceptance does not in any respect preclude anyone, having. This standard was originally prepared in by SSPC/NACE Joint Task Group F on Surface Preparation of Concrete. It was reaffirmed in by SSPC Group Committee C.2 on Surface Preparation and NACE Specific Technology Group 04 on Protective Coatings and Linings— Surface Preparation.
This standard is issued by SSPC Group Committee C.2 and by. This joint standard was originally prepared in and reaffirmed in by the SSPC/NACE Task Group A on Surface Preparation by Abrasive Blast Cleaning.
This joint task group includes members of both the SSPC Surface Preparation Committee and the File Size: KB. SSPC / NACE. In North America, the original surface prep Joint surface preparation standard book was written by an architectural group in the s for steel workers in Pittsburgh.
The Society for Steel Painting Structures formed around the standards. The SSPC standards are text descriptions, not pictorial, although they are accompanied by visual guides (VIS).
Weld Joint Preparation (ISO ) Edge Preparation - Need Poor penetration Poor strength Good penetration Good strength (% joint efficiency) Edge Preparation Factors which influence choice of edge preparation - Thickness-Material - Welding process - Extent of penetration required - Welding distortion - Cost.
Basic Joint Types. The Joint Commission Journey Like most healthcare providers, Loyola University Health System (LUHS) is routinely evaluated to ensure it continues to provide safe high-quality care to patients.
The Joint Commission (TJC) conducts surveys to assess our compliance with standards of patient care. Please take the time to prepare for. This standard was prepared by NACE/SSPC Joint Task Group D on Surface Preparation by High-Pressure Water Jetting and is issued by NACE International under the auspices of NACE Group Committee T-6 on Protective Coatings and Linings and by the Steel Structures Painting Council.
This standard replaces NACE Standard RP, “Surface Preparation of Steel and Other Hard. The Joint Commission regularly updates its requirements for accreditation. As part of that process, we seek input from health care professionals and others with knowledge in a variety of settings.
You can help by reading and commenting on proposed requirements related to your practice area. View Field Reviews. Prepublication Standards. Item No. Joint Surface Preparation Standard NACE No. 5/SSPC-SP 12 Surface Preparation and Cleaning of Metals by Waterjetting Prior to Recoating This NACE International (NACE)/SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings standard represents a consensus of those individual members who have reviewed this document, its scope, and Size: KB.
Joint Surface Preparation Standard NACE No. 5/SSPC -SP Surface preparation and cleaning of steel and other hard materials by high and ultrahigh pressure water jetting prior to paint application. Water jetting is a relatively new method of surface preparation.
The standard deals with the removal of visible an d invisible contamination. This joint standard was originally prepared in and revised in by the SSPC/NACE Task Group A on Surface Preparation by Abrasive Blast Cleaning.
This joint task group includes members of both the SSPC Surface Preparation Committee and the NACE Unit Committee T-6G on Surface Preparation. It was reaffirmed in by the SSPC Surface. This standard provides requirements for the use of high and ultra-high pressure water jetting to achieve various degrees of surface cleanliness.
This standard is limited in scope to the use of water only, without the addition of solid particles in the stream. For complete instructions, refer to Joint Surface Preparation Standard SSPC-SP12/NACE 5. This joint standard covers the requirements for white metal blast cleaning of uncoated or coated steel surfaces by the use of abrasives.
These requirements include the end condition of the surface and materials and procedures necessary to achieve and verify the end condition. SURFACE PREPARATION STANDARDS SSPC-SP12 / NACE 5 Surface Preparation and Cleaning of Steel and Other Hard Materials by High- and Ultra High- Pressure Water Jetting Prior to Recoating.
This standard requires water jetting at high- or ultra high-pressure to prepare a surface for recoating using pressure ab psi. This joint standard practice details the use of blast cleaning abrasives to achieve a defined degree of cleaning of steel surfaces prior to the application of a protective coating or lining system.
The focus of this standard is white metal balst cleaning, which removes all of the coating, mill scale, rust, oxides, corrosion products, and other foreign matter from the surface.
6 6 There are five basic steps for proper joint preparation and sealant application. Clean – Joint surfaces must be clean, dry, dust free, and frost free.
Prime – If required, primer is applied to the clean surface(s) 3. Pack – Backer rod or bond breaker as required. Shoot – Sealant is applied by “pushing the bead” into the jointFile Size: KB. Described here are surface preparation methods, tools, and standards, as well as work that is unique to concrete substrates, such as measuring moisture content and dewatering.
Repair procedures and materials, which respond to the propensity of concrete to cracking and spalling, and the corrosion of rebar, are also Size: KB.NACEWJSSPCSPJoint Surface Preparation Standard Waterjet Cleaning of Metals - Light Cleaning (WJ-4).must also register for the conference.
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