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NACE 6G198 - WET ABRASIVE BLAST CLEANING - SSPC-TR 2; ITEM NO. 24199 Organization: NACE
Date: 1998-05-01
Description: This document covers procedures, equipment, and materials involved in a variety of air/water/abrasive, water/abrasive, and water-pressurized abrasive blast cleaning systems. Equipment usage and safety are also discussed.
SSPC TR 2 - WET ABRASIVE BLAST CLEANING - NACE 6G198 Organization: SSPC
Date: 1998-05-01
Description: This document covers procedures, equipment, and materials involved in a variety of air/water/abrasive, water/abrasive, and water-pressurized abrasive blast cleaning systems. Equipment usage and safety are also discussed.
NPFC - QPL-22262 - ABRASIVE BLASTING MEDIA SHIP HULL BLAST CLEANING Organization: NPFC
Date: 2018-03-12
Description: QUALIFIED PRODUCT LIST OF PRODUCTS QUALIFIED UNDER PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATION MIL-A-22262 Abrasive Blasting Media Ship Hull Blast Cleaning This list has been prepared for use by or for the Government in the acquisition of products covered by the subject specification and such listing of a product is not intended to and does not connote endorsement of the product by the Department of Defense.
PFI ES29 - INTERNAL ABRASIVE BLAST CLEANING OF FERRITIC PIPING Organization: PFI
Date: 2006-02-01
Description: This standard describes the materials and equipment used for abrasive blast cleaning the inside of ferritic piping and it defines the different levels of surface cleanliness, which can be achieved.
JSA - JIS Z 0310 - ABRASIVE BLAST-CLEANING METHODS FOR SURFACE PREPARATION Organization: JSA
Date: 2016-03-22
Description: In case of occurrence of any safety-related problems on workers during the abrasive blast-cleaning, especially concerning the air-blasting equipment with which the worker executes the abrasive blast-cleanning directly, any measures such as a safety device which automatically stops the equipment independently of the worker’s intention are required to be taken.
NEN-EN-ISO 14877 - PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR ABRASIVE BLASTING OPERATIONS USING GRANULAR ABRASIVES Organization: NEN
Date: 2002-11-01
Description: Specifies minimum requirements and test methods for protective clothing for abrasive blasting operation including hand protection for the treatment of surfaces with granular abrasives propelled by compressed air or by mechanical means.
SNV - SN EN ISO 14877 - PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR ABRASIVE BLASTING OPERATIONS USING GRANULAR ABRASIVES Organization: SNV
Date: 2002-10-01
Description: This European Standard specifies minimum requirements and test methods for protective clothing for abrasive blasting operations and for hand protection, for the treatment of surfaces with granular abrasives propelled by compressed air or by mechanical means.
TSE - TS EN ISO 14877 - PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR ABRASIVE BLASTING OPERATIONS USING GRANULAR ABRASIVES Organization: TSE
Date: 2006-04-06
Description: This standard specifies minimum requirements and test methodsfor protective clothing for abrasive blasting operations and forhand protection, for the treatment of surfaces with granularabrasives propelled by compressed air or by mechanical means.
NEN-EN 1248+A1 - FOUNDRY MACHINERY - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ABRASIVE BLASTING EQUIPMENT Organization: NEN
Date: 2009-04-01
Description: This standard specifies requirements to be met by the manufacturer of abrasive blasting equipment for the foreseeable significant hazards due to design, construction and installation, during commissioning, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of the equipment which employ either centrifugal force or compressed air as a means of accelerating abrasive to achieve the desired result. Abrasive blasting equipment covers:- centrifugal blasting machines;- air blasting machines;- loading, conveying and unloading systems for the workpieces.
DSF/EN 1248/PRA1 - FOUNDRY MACHINERY - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ABRASIVE BLASTING EQUIPMENT Organization: DS
Description: This standard specifies requirements to be met by the manufacturer of abrasive blasting equipment for the foreseeable significant hazards due to design, construction and installation, during commissioning, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of the equipment which employ either centrifugal force or compressed air as means of accelerating abrasive to achieve the desired result.
DS/EN 1248 - FOUNDRY MACHINERY - SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR ABRASIVE BLASTING EQUIPMENT Organization: DS
Date: 2009-05-29
Description: This standard specifies requirements to be met by the manufacturer of abrasive blasting equipment for the foreseeable significant hazards due to design, construction and installation, during commissioning, operation, maintenance and decommissioning of the equipment which employ either centrifugal force or compressed air as a means of accelerating abrasive to achieve the desired result. Abrasive blasting equipment covers: - centrifugal blasting machines; - air blasting machines; - loading, conveying and unloading systems for the workpieces.
DS/EN 2497 - AEROSPACE SERIES - DRY ABRASIVE BLASTING OF TITANIUM AND TITANIUM ALLOYS Organization: DS
Date: 1989-08-18
Description: The standard specifies the process schedule and requirements for dry abrasive blasting of titanium alloys used in aerospace constructions.
NEN-EN 2497 - AEROSPACE SERIES - DRY ABRASIVE BLASTING OF TITANIUM AND TITANIUM ALLOYS Organization: NEN
Date: 1989-01-01
Description: This standard specifies the process schedule and requirements for dry abrasive blasting of titanium and titanium alloys used in aerospace constructions.
NPFC - MIL-STD-1504 - ABRASIVE BLASTING Organization: NPFC
DS/EN ISO 14877 - PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR ABRASIVE BLASTING OPERATIONS USING GRANULAR ABRASIVES (ISO 14877:2002) Organization: DS
Date: 2002-11-07
Description: This standard specifies minimum requirements and test methods for protective clothing for abrasive blasting operations and for hand protection, for the treatment of surfaces with granular abrasives propelled by compressed air or by mechanical means.
API RP 2027 - IGNITION HAZARDS AND SAFE WORK PRACTICES FOR ABRASIVE BLASTING OF ATMOSPHERIC STORAGE TANKS IN HYDROCARBON SERVICE - THIRD EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2002-03-01
Description: This recommended practice provides safe work practices for the prevention and control of ignition and other potential hazards during abrasive blasting of aboveground storage tanks in liquid hydrocarbon service at atmospheric pressure.
API PUBL 2027 - IGNITION HAZARDS INVOLVED IN ABRASIVE BLASTING OF ATMOSPHERIC STORAGE TANKS IN HYDROCARBON SERVICE Organization: API
Date: 1988-01-01
Description: 1.1 Scope This publication identifies the ignition hazards involved in abrasive blasting of the exteriors of tanks used to store hydrocarbons at atmospheric pressure, including tanks whose vapor space contains a flammable mixture or a mixture that can become flammable when air is added.
ASSP - ANSI ASSP Z9.4 - ABRASIVE-BLASTING OPERATIONS - VENTILATION AND SAFE PRACTICES FOR FIXED LOCATION ENCLOSURES Organization: ASSP
Date: 2011-01-01
Description: This standard applies to all operations in fixed location abrasive-blast enclosures in which an abrasive forcibly comes in contact with a surface by pneumatic or hydraulic pressure or by centrifugal force.
SSPC VIS 1 - GUIDE AND REFERENCE PHOTOGRAPHS FOR STEEL SURFACES PREPARED BY DRY ABRASIVE BLAST CLEANING - TEXT ONLY Organization: SSPC
Date: 2002-06-01
Description: This guide describes the use of reference photographs depicting the appearance of both previously unpainted and previously painted and partially rusted hot-rolled carbon steel prior to and after abrasive blast cleaning. These photographs are intended to be used to supplement the written SSPC/NACE International blast cleaning surface preparation standards.
NACE SP0815 WAB - SSPC SURFACE PREPARATION STANDARD NACE WAB-3/SSPC-SP 6 (WAB) COMMERCIAL WET ABRASIVE BLAST CLEANING - ITEM NO. 21199 Organization: NACE
Date: 2015-03-14
Description: General A WAB-cleaned surface is one prepared by combining water and abrasive in a blast cleaning operation by one of several methods, which include: 1) injection of water into the abrasive stream either internally or externally as the abrasive stream exits the blast nozzle; 2) injection of abrasive into pressurized water; or 3) use of an abrasive slurry under pressure to achieve the specified WAB degree of cleanliness.

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