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SSPC - SP 11

Power-Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal

active, Most Current
Organization: SSPC
Publication Date: 19 July 2012
Status: active
Page Count: 4
scope:

This standard contains the requirements for powertool cleaning steel to produce a bare metal power tool cleaned surface having a minimum 25-micrometer (1.0-mil) surface profile.

This standard is suitable where a roughened, clean, bare metal surface as defined in Section 2.1 is required, but where abrasive blasting is not feasible or permissible (see Notes 8.1 and 8.2).

This standard differs from SSPC-SP 3, Power-Tool Cleaning, in that SSPC-SP 3 requires the removal of loosely adherent materials only, and contains no requirement to expose bare metal or to achieve a minimum surface profile.

This standard differs from SSPC-SP 15, Commercial Grade Power-Tool Cleaning, in that SSPC-SP 15 allows stains to remain on the surface.

Document History

SP 11
July 19, 2012
Power-Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal
This standard contains the requirements for powertool cleaning steel to produce a bare metal power tool cleaned surface having a minimum 25-micrometer (1.0-mil) surface profile. This standard is...
July 19, 2012
Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal
This standard contains the requirements for powertool cleaning steel to produce a bare metal power tool cleaned surface having a minimum 25-micrometer (1.0-mil) surface profile.  This standard is...
January 1, 1995
Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal
A description is not available for this item.
November 1, 1987
Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal
This specification covers the requirements for power tool cleaning to produce a bare metal surface and to retain or produce a surface profile. This specification is suitable where a roughened, clean,...
November 1, 1987
Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal
This standard covers the requirements for power tool cleaning to produce a bare metal surface and to retain or produce a minimum 25 micrometer (1.0 mil) surface profile. This standard is suitable...

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