Coating Maintenance– Guidelines for Coating Maintenance & Repairs for Ballast Tanks and Combined Cargo/Ballast Tanks on Oil Tankers  (IACS Rec 87)

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Coating Maintenance– Guidelines for Coating Maintenance & Repairs for Ballast Tanks and Combined Cargo/Ballast Tanks on Oil Tankers (IACS Rec 87)

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Updated to reflect IACS Rec 87, these guidelines focus on survey, maintenance and repair procedures for coatings, providing information for Surveyors, Owners, Yards, Flag Administrators and any other interested parties involved in the survey, assessment and repair of coatings in ballast tanks or combined cargo/ballast tanks.

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This title will interest all involved in the survey, assessment and repair of coatings in ballast tanks or combined cargo/ballast tanks. Also included is a glossary that provides a full set of definitions and descriptions of the terms that should be used by all, including manufacturers.

Contents

CHAPTER 1 Introduction

1.1 Application

1.2 Class survey requirements

CHAPTER 2 Coating Conditions

2.1 Good, fair, poor

2.2 Areas under consideration

2.2.1 Single hull tanker – wing ballast tanks

2.2.2 Double hull tanker

2.2.3 Fore peak tanks

2.2.4 After peak tanks

CHAPTER 3 Coating Maintenance and Repairs

3.1 Process considerations

3.2 Principles for maintenance and repairs

3.2.1 Ballast Tanks

3.2.2 Contractors

3.2.3 In-service Condition Monitoring

3.2.4 Recommended maintenance

References

Appendix

A. Failures

i. Coating failures

ii. Corrosion

B. Corrosion prevention

i. Protective coating (paints)

ii. Cathodic protection

iii. Design

C. Surface preparation methods

D. Pictorial ISO standards

E. Definitions and description of terms

F. Pertinent Standard

G. Tables comparing commonly used standards

H1. Examples of assessment of coating conditions

H2. Library of pictures

I. Examples of how to report coating conditions with respect to areas under consideration

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Title: Coating Maintenance– Guidelines for Coating Maintenance & Repairs for Ballast Tanks and Combined Cargo/Ballast Tanks on Oil Tankers (IACS Rec 87)
Product Code: WS1553K
ISBN: ISBN 13: 978-1-85609-750-5 (9781856097505), ISBN 10: 1-85609-750-1 (1856097501)
Published Date: November 2017
Binding Format: Paperback
Book Height: 295 mm
Book Width: 210 mm
Book Spine: 8 mm
Weight: 0.70 kg
Author: IACS

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