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MODUK - DEF STAN 21-005

Code of Practice for Protective Finishes

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Organization: MODUK
Publication Date: 1 April 2000
Status: inactive
Page Count: 124
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This NES outlines the principal types and causes of corrosion found in Naval Equipment and recommends procedures or processes to be applied in order to provide adequate protection.

Design features which assist in preventing the formation of corrosion are highlighted and suitable protective finishes for the majority of the metals commonly used by MOD(PE) are listed.

Processing Drawings

Process and procedure details which are to be adopted in order to provide corrosion protection are contained in drawings related to and supporting this NES.

These Process Drawings are available primarily as 35 millimetre microfilm aperture cards. Hard copy will be issued only when absolutely necessary.

The Process Drawings will not be distributed automatically but may be obtained by written application to Procurement Executive, Ministry of Defence, Director General Submarines, Section SM832a, Foxhill, Bath, Avon, BA1 5AB (Tel: Bath 0225-882455).

Proposals to use any finish other than those contained in this NES are to be submitted to the relevant Project Manager for prior approval and possible inclusion in this NES.

Document History

September 20, 2009
Code of Practice for Protective Finishes
a) This standard outlines the principal types of Naval Equipment and recommends procedures and processes to be used to provide adequate protection against corrosion. Design features, which assist in...
December 3, 2004
Code of Practice for Protective Finishes
This standard outlines the principal types of Naval Equipment and recommends procedures and processes to be used to provide adequate protection against corrosion. Design features, which assist in...
DEF STAN 21-005
April 1, 2000
Code of Practice for Protective Finishes
This NES outlines the principal types and causes of corrosion found in Naval Equipment and recommends procedures or processes to be applied in order to provide adequate protection. Design features...

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