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SSPC PA GUIDE 11

Protecting Edges, Crevices, and Irregular Steel Surfaces by Stripe Coating

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Organization: SSPC
Publication Date: 1 August 2008
Status: inactive
Page Count: 6
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This guide discusses the technique called "stripe coating" or "striping" as a way of providing extra corrosion protection measures on edges, outside corners, crevices, bolt heads, welds, and other irregular steel surfaces, including optional surface preparation techniques for sharp edges to improve coating performance. Some details, including the advantages and limitations of specific methods of obtaining additional coating thickness, are described to assist the specification writer in assuring that the project specification will address adequate corrosion protection.

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June 1, 2020
Protecting Corners, Edges, Crevices, and Irregular Steel Geometries by Stripe Coating
This guide discusses the technique called “stripe coating” or “striping” as a way of providing extra corrosion protection measures on edges, outside corners, crevices, bolt heads, welds, and other...
SSPC PA GUIDE 11
August 1, 2008
Protecting Edges, Crevices, and Irregular Steel Surfaces by Stripe Coating
This guide discusses the technique called "stripe coating" or "striping" as a way of providing extra corrosion protection measures on edges, outside corners, crevices, bolt heads, welds, and other...

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