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2015/2016 Standard specification for road maintenance



2015/2016 Standard specification for road maintenance


Standard specification for road maintenance; Reports; PublicationNT




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Roads -- Northern Territory -- Maintenance and Repairs -- Periodicals

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Department of Infrastructure

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PROTECTIVE COATINGS STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR ROAD MAINTENANCE DoI REFERENCE TEXT October 2015 Page 208 Table 20.11 - Protective Coating Specification # PS10 General Repair coating for cylindrical piling using petrolatum tape system, for use in very exposed sites and harsh environments. Areas Very exposed sites and harsh environments. Surface Preparation Remove all loose rust, original coating, marine growth etc, by scraping, chipping, water blast cleaning or ships hull scrubber. Close examination, after preparation, to ensure thoroughly clean surface without growth, sharp or protruding edges. System Primer Denso Seashield Primer (or equal approved) Tape Denso Seashield Tape (or equal approved) Overlap of 55% Outer Cover Denso Seashield 2000 FD Outer Cover (or equal approved) Fixed with 316 stainless bolts Note: Inspection points as per Denso Seashield published instructions. Notes: Apply all coatings in strict accordance with the manufacturers technical data sheets. Provide coatings manufacturers recommendations prior to commencing work. The coating systems in these tables form part of, and should be read in conjunction with, the other clauses in this work section.

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