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Painting - Industrial Level 4 Trainee Guide, Paperback

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  • By NCCER
  • Pub. Date: Dec 14, 1998 by Pearson.
  • ISBN-10: 0-13-910100-4
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-13-910100-7

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  • Description
  • Table of Contents

This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes Safety, Ladders, Scaffolds, Lifts, and Fall Protection, Containment/Ventilation, Surface Preparation One, Surface Preparation Two, Surface Preparation Three, Industrial Coatings, Coatings Applications and Equipment, Quality Inspections, Coatings Failures and Analysis and Specialty Materials.

 

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Table of Contents

(Total Level Hours: 152.5)

07401 Safety (10 Hours)

Provides a comprehensive overview of the safety rules and precautions for working on construction sites, with a focus on the industrial painting trade and applications.

 

07402 Ladders, Scaffolds, Lifts, and Fall Protection (15 Hours)

Describes methods for erecting, using, and maintaining ladders, scaffolds, and lifts. Covers fall protection equipment and safety practices used when working on ladders, scaffolds, and lifts.

 

07403 Containment/Ventilation (7.5 Hours)

Introduces the methods used for limiting dust, debris, hazardous material, etc., from contaminating the environment and injuring people. Bases content on the monitoring components and methods recommended in SSPC-Guide 6 (CON). Covers ventilation methods used for the control of emissions released to the atmosphere and to protect the worker within a containment enclosure.

 

07404 Surface Preparation One (15 Hours)

Covers the tools, materials, and methods used for cleaning and preparing surfaces/substrates by solvent cleaning, hand tool cleaning, and power tool cleaning methods. Bases content on the methods and procedures specified by the following SSPC/ NACE standards: SSPC-SP1, SSPC-SP2, SSPC-SP3, SSPC-SP11, and SSPC-SP13/NACE 6.

 

07405 Surface Preparation Two (20 Hours)

Covers the tools, materials, and methods used for cleaning and preparing surfaces/substrates using various types of abrasive blasting equipment. Bases content on the methods and procedures specified by the following SSPC/NACE standards:

SSPC-SP5/NACE 1, SSPC-SP10/NACE 2, SSPC-SP6/NACE 3, SSPC•SP7/NACE 4.

 

07406 Surface Preparation Three (7.5 Hours)

Covers the tools, materials, and methods used for cleaning and preparing surfaces/substrates by chemical stripping, pickling, high-pressure water-jetting, and ultra high-pressure water jetting. Bases content on the methods and procedures specified by the following SSPC/NACE standards: SSPC-SP8 and SSPC•SP12/NACE 5.

 

07407 Industrial Coatings (12.5 Hours)

Covers the basic ingredients and film-forming processes common to all paints and coatings and describes paint systems and the different functional categories of paints and coatings. Introduces the unique properties, safety and health considerations, and surface preparation and application of high-performance coatings used to protect substrates for industrial applications.

 

07408 Coatings Applications and Equipment (25 Hours)

Covers the equipment and methods used to apply coatings by the following methods: brushes and rollers, conventional sprayers, airless and air-assisted sprayers, high-volume low pressure (HVLP) sprayers, electrostatic sprayers, plural component proportioning equipment, wire flame and wire arc sprayers, and dry powder coating application process.

 

07409 Quality Inspections (15 Hours)

Introduces the various formal quality control tasks and procedures used to govern the quality and acceptance of work performed by those in the industrial painting industry. Also describes the methods, equipment, and test instruments used to perform tasks in accordance with the requirements of the various ASTM and SSPC/NACE standards governing quality control and quality assurance.

 

07410 Coatings Failures and Analysis (7.5 Hours)

Covers how to recognize failures of paints/coatings on exterior and interior substrates, causes of these failures, and their remedies. Focuses special attention on the nature of the substrates, application procedures, and surface preparation.

 

07411 Specialty Materials (7.5 Hours)

Describes the characteristics and types of sealants and fillers commonly used in industrial application. Covers sealers and putties used in conjunction with tank and vessel reinforced lining systems, as well as fire resistant and fire retardant sealing materials. Gives guidelines for selecting the materials covered, along with the tools and methods used for applying them on steel, concrete, and other construction substrates.  

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