Coatings Sample Clauses

Coatings. Ductile iron pipes being provided by the Employer shall have external zinc coating with finishing layer of epoxy coating. All Ductile Iron fittings to be supplied by the contractor shall be externally zinc coated in accordance with the requirements of Annexure ‘A’ of IS: 9523, which shall be applied by spray guns after the surface has been blast cleaned. The zinc coating shall be applied at an average rate of 130 g/m2 with a local minimum of 110 g/m2. After the zinc coating has been applied for the fittings and allowed to cure, a finish coat of epoxy resin (blue epoxy) shall be applied in accordance with the requirements of Annexure ‘A’ of IS 8329 as per Clause 16.2 and A-8 Finishing Layer (factory applied). The mean dry film thickness (DFT) of the finishing layer shall be not less than 70 μm with nowhere less than 50 μm. The Contractor shall take extreme care and precautions during handling (loading/unloading, shipping and storage) to avoid damaging the factory applied coatings. Any damages to the factory applied FBE coating shall be repaired by brush cleaning and recoating prior to applying the field coating.
Coatings. The kilns will be surface prepped and coated according to standard SP2. High Temperature Aluminium Paint will be used on the external surfaces of the kilns for anti-corrosion and aesthetics.
Coatings. All tanks, voids and ballast compartments are coated with materials that are compatible with the cargoes carried. Zinc anodes are installed in ballast tanks. All coatings will be supplied by the Builder. All surface preparation, temperature and humidity conditions, and applications of coating materials shall be in accordance with the coating manufacturer's recommendations. The Builder shall engage the services of a coating manufacturer's representative to provide technical assistance with the application and to inspect for conformance with the manufacturer's recommended practices. All surfaces will be inspected and approved by the coating manufacturer's representative before coating commences, between coats and after painting is completed. Satisfactory staging and lighting shall be provided for coating work and inspection. The coating manufacturer's representative shall submit a written report describing the surface preparation, coating types and finished dry film thicknesses. The coating manufacturer's warranty shall also be furnished to the Owner. Where dry film thickness (DFT) is specified, it shall have precedence over the number of coats specified. The film thickness readings shall be made with a General Electric, Elcometer, Microtest, or other approved gage in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
Coatings. If a Coating delaminates from the surface to which it was applied within 3 years after application by ADP as part of the Services, and such delamination is a result of ADP’s failure to apply the Coating according to industry standards for the relevant Coating material, ADP will repair the affected area (the “Coating Warranty”). This Coating Warranty does not cover variations to the surface texture, feel, or color, or overall appearance of the Coating, as such variations are part of the productsbeauty and rustic character. ADP recommends that the coated surface be resealed every 3-5 years, and is willing to provide such service for a fee. If Customer hires a person or company other than ADP to repair or reseal the Coating during the 3-year warranty period, the Coating Warranty is void.
Coatings. Customer acknowledges that acrylic, epoxy, and all other coatings (“Coatings”) are susceptible to hard water deposits, such as calcium and lime, and whitening may occur over time particularly if standing water is present. Such deposits can be largely prevented and/or removed with proper maintenance, but ADP neither performs such services, nor recommends any particular regimen since each surface and property has different needs. Customer acknowledges that Coatings installed around a pool may result in dust and debris entering the pool, and although ADP will clean the Job Site, ADP shall not be responsible for removing from the pool any debris smaller than 1 inch in diameter or otherwise cleaning the pool.
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