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    Metal finishing - Preparation and pretreatment of surfaces Abrasive blast cleaning of steel

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    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  23-12-2005

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    Specifies abrasive blastcleaning methods for the preparation of steel surfaces before coating with paints and related products.

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    This Standard specifies abrasive blast cleaning methods for the preparation of steel surfaces before coating with paints and related products. It also contains information on the effectiveness of the individual methods and their fields of application.NOTES:Information on purchasing guidelines may be found in Appendix A.Information on abrasive blasting of surfaces other than steel is discussed in Appendix D.This Standard is applicable to new and corroded steel surfaces and also to steel surfaces that are uncoated or have been previously coated with paints and related products.These methods are essentially intended for the surface preparation of hot-rolled steel but could also be used for cold-rolled steel of sufficient thickness to withstand the deformation caused by the impact of abrasive.Items considered as a part of surface preparation before coating are edge grinding, removal of grease and oil, removal of weld spatter, removal of burrs and other sharp edges, grinding of welds, filling of pits, porosity of welds and other surface imperfections and removal of water-soluble contaminants that may cause premature failure of the coating system (see AS1627.0 for more information). Such defects cannot be satisfactorily treated by abrasive blast cleaning.WARNING: THE PROCEDURES DESCRIBED IN THIS STANDARD ARE INTENDED TO BE CARRIED OUT BY SUITABLY TRAINED AND SUPERVISED PERSONNEL. THE SUBSTANCES AND PROCEDURES USED IN THESE METHODS MAY BE INJURIOUS TO HEALTH IF ADEQUATE PRECAUTIONS ARE NOT TAKEN. ATTENTION IS DRAWN IN THE TEXT TO CERTAIN SPECIFIC HAZARDS. THIS STANDARD REFERS TO THE TECHNICAL SUITABILITY OF THE METHODS AND DOES NOT ABSOLVE THE USER FROM STATUTORY OBLIGATIONS RELATING TO HEALTH AND SAFETY.NOTE: For guidance on working place hazards refer to Appendix C.

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    Committee MT-009
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note Reconfirmed 07/04/2017.
    This standard has been reconfirmed in Australia in 2017 and remains current in New Zealand. <a href="https://infostore.saiglobal.com/PDFReconfirmed/1627.4-2005_reconfirm.pdf">Reconfirmation Notice 07/04/2017</a>
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Current
    Supersedes

    History - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    First published as AS CK9.4-1964.
    Revised and redesignated as AS 1627.4-1974.
    Second edition 1989.
    Third edition 2002.
    Fourth edition 2005.
    Reconfirmed 2017. Originated as AS CK9.4-1964. Previous edition AS 1627.4-2002. Fourth edition 2005.

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    AS/NZS 1270:2002 Acoustics - Hearing protectors
    AS/NZS 1716:2003 Respiratory protective devices
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    AS/NZS 2312:2002 Guide to the protection of structural steel against atmospheric corrosion by the use of protective coatings
    AS 1627.1-2003 Metal finishing - Preparation and pretreatment of surfaces Removal of oil, grease and related contamination
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    AS/NZS 1715:1994 Selection, use and maintenance of respiratory protective devices
    AS/NZS 1336:1997 Recommended practices for occupational eye protection
    AS/NZS 2210.1:1994 Occupational protective footwear - Guide to selection, care and use
    AS 3894.9-2003 Site testing of protective coatings Determination of adhesion
    AS 4361.1-1995 Guide to lead paint management - Industrial applications
    AS/NZS 4501.2:2006 Occupational protective clothing General requirements

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    AS 3597-1993 Structural and pressure vessel steel - Quenched and tempered plate
    AS/NZS 3750.11:2009 Paints for steel structures Chlorinated rubber - High-build and gloss
    AS 2832.1-2004 Cathodic protection of metals - Pipes and cables
    AS 3750.2-1994 Paints for steel structures - Ultra high-build paint
    HB 84-2006 Guide to Concrete Repair and Protection
    AS/NZS 3750.7:2009 Paints for steel structures Aluminium paint (Reconfirmed 2021)
    AS/NZS 1518:2002 External extruded high-density polyethylene coating system for pipes (Reconfirmed 2016)
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    AS 4793:2020 Mechanical tapping bands for waterworks purposes
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    AS 4321-2001 Fusion-bonded medium-density polyethylene coating and lining for pipes and fittings (Reconfirmed 2019)
    AS 2518-1992 Fusion-bonded low-density polyethylene coating for pipes and fittings
    AS/NZS 4793:2009 Mechanical tapping bands for waterworks purposes
    AS 3978-2003 Non-destructive testing - Visual inspection of metal products and components
    AS/NZS 3750.11:1996 Paints for steel structures - Chlorinated rubber - High-build and gloss
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    AS 5081-2008 Hydraulically operated automatic control valves for waterworks purposes
    AS 3577-2006 Steel cylinders for compressed gases - Welded - 150 kg to 500 kg
    AS/NZS 3750.4:1994 Paints for steel structures Bitumen paint (Reconfirmed 2013)
    AS 4956-2008 Air valves for water supply
    AS/NZS 3750.3:2008 Paints for steel structures Heat resisting - Exterior (Reconfirmed 2020)
    AS 4795.1-2011 Butterfly valves for waterworks purposes Wafer and lugged
    AS 5100.8:2017 Bridge design Rehabilitation and strengthening of existing bridges
    AS 4457.1-2007 Earth-moving machinery - Off-the-road wheels, rims and tyres - Maintenance and repair Wheel assemblies and rim assemblies
    AS 4883-2008 Air valves for sewerage
    AS/NZS 2312:2002 Guide to the protection of structural steel against atmospheric corrosion by the use of protective coatings
    AS/NZS 3750.3:1994 Paints for steel structures - Heat resisting - Exterior
    AS 4883:2017 Air valves for sewerage
    AS 1856-2004 Electroplated coatings - Silver
    AS 4822-2008 External field joint coatings for steel pipelines
    AS 3862:2020 External fusion-bonded epoxy coating for steel pipes
    AS 3750.10-2008 (R2019) Paints for steel structures Full gloss epoxy (two-pack)
    AS 2429-2004 Electroplated coatings of rhodium for general engineering applications
    AS/NZS 3750.12:1996 Paints for steel structures Alkyd/micaceous iron oxide (Reconfirmed 2013)
    AS 4795-2006 Butterfly valves for waterworks purposes
    AS/NZS 3750.1:2008 Paints for steel structures Epoxy mastic (two-pack) - For rusted steel (Reconfirmed 2020)
    AS/NZS 4680:2006 Hot-dip galvanized (zinc) coatings on fabricated ferrous articles (Reconfirmed 2017)
    AS 2699.3:2020 Built-in components for masonry construction Lintels and shelf angles (durability requirements)
    AS/NZS 3750.5:2008 Paints for steel structures Acrylic full gloss (two-pack) (Reconfirmed 2020)
    AS 5612-2013 Butterfly valves for general purposes
    AS/NZS 4792:2006 Hot-dip galvanized (zinc) coatings on ferrous hollow sections, applied by a continuous or a specialized process (Reconfirmed 2017)
    AS 4361.1-1995 Guide to lead paint management - Industrial applications
    AS 2832.2-2003 Cathodic protection of metals Compact buried structures
    AS 4956:2017 Air valves for water supply
    AS/NZS 3750.7:1994 Paints for steel structures - Aluminium paint
    AS 2832.3-2005 Cathodic protection of metals Fixed immersed structures
    AS/NZS 3750.20:2008 Paints for steel structures Anticorrosive metal primer - Solvent-borne - Lead and chromate free (Reconfirmed 2020)
    AS 2469-2005 Steel cylinders for compressed gases - Welded two-piece construction - 0.1 kg to 150 kg
    AS 3750.1-1994 Paints for steel structures - Epoxy mastic (two-pack) - For rusted steel
    AS/NZS 5131:2016 Structural steelwork - Fabrication and erection
    AS 4795.2-2011 Butterfly valves for waterworks purposes Double flanged
    AS/NZS 3750.5:1994 Paints for steel structures - Acrylic full gloss (two-pack)
    AS/NZS 3509:2009 LP Gas fuel vessels for automotive use
    AS 2468-1989 Steel cylinders for compressed gases - Brazed - 0.1 kg to 11 kg
    AS/NZS 3750.10:1994 Paints for steel structures - Full gloss epoxy (two-pack)
    AS/NZS 3750.2:2008 Paints for steel structures Ultra high-build paint (Reconfirmed 2020)
    AS 3894.5-2002 Site testing of protective coatings Determination of surface profile
    AS 2832.4-2006 Cathodic protection of metals Internal surfaces
    AS/NZS 2311:2017 Guide to the Painting of Buildings
    AS 1627.9-2002 Metal finishing - Preparation and pretreatment of surfaces Pictorial surface preparation standards for painting steel surfaces (Reconfirmed 2017)
    AS 4025.4-1994 Paints for equipment including ships - Solvent-borne - Lead and chromate free - Anticorrosive metal primer
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