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SSPC-PA Guide 5, Guide to Maintenance Coating of Steel Structures in Atmospheric Service

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Revision Date: September 01, 2002
Updated On: September 01, 2002
Editorial Change: November 1, 2004
 
This guide covers procedures for developing a maintenance coating program for steel structures. The guide may be used for one-time recoat programs or long-range recoat programs.

The guide is intended for use primarily by owners' representatives. It is not intended to be a do-it-yourself guide, but is representative of the processes that a coating specialist (such as a Protective Coating Specialist [PCS] certified by SSPC) would follow to develop a maintenance coating plan for specific facilities.

This guide sets out specific steps that may be used, either individually or collectively, to identify and address essential elements of a maintenance coating program. Due to wide variations in procedures, a discussion of contracting methodologies and implementation schemes is outside the scope of this guide. This guide sets out specific steps that may be used, either individually or collectively, to identify and address essential elements of a maintenance coating program. Due to wide variations in procedures, a discussion of contracting methodologies and implementation schemes is outside the scope of this guide. This guide sets out specific steps that may be used, either individually or collectively, to identify and address essential elements of a maintenance coating program. Due to wide variations in procedures, a discussion of contracting methodologies and implementation schemes is outside the scope of this guide.

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