Surface Preparation & Paint Application for Shipboard Organizational Level Corrosion Control (SHIPBO

SHIPBOARD

Surface Preparation & Paint Application for Shipboard Organizational Level Corrosion Control (SHIPBOARD)

The objective of this course is to support corrosion prevention and control during the lifecycle of the Department of Defense systems. The course familiarizes engineers with corrosion mitigation, coating application, and inspection practices through multiple workshops and problem-solving exercises.

Courses are being added to the schedule soon.

Who should attend

Personnel who must learn the proper hand and power tool surface preparation methods and brush and roller coating application methods for ships.

Course content

  • Corrosion basics
  • Corrosion control process
  • Solvent cleaning
  • Applicable NSTM chapter 631 requirements
  • Hand-tool cleaning to SSPC-SP 2
  • Power-tool cleaning to SSPC-SP 3, 11, and 15
  • Assessing surface cleanliness according to SSPC-VIS 3
  • Coating basics for brush and roll application
  • Brush and roll application
  • Use of wet and dry film thickness gages
  • Determining the extent of curing
  • Safety during hand and power tool cleaning and brush and roll application

Benefits of attending

After attending this course you will be able to:

  • Explain how paint/coatings are used to control corrosion
  • Recognize that NSTM 631 contains the instructions, requirements, and information for prevention of corrosion and deterioration of ships
  • Recognize the tools and methods described in the SSPC standards for hand- and power-tool cleaning
  • Recognize the demands of the environment on a coating
  • Demonstrate proper brush and roll application
  • Demonstrate proper use of the wet film thickness gage to measure film thickness after brush and roll application
  • Describe those tests used to determine cure
  • Recognize the hazards commonly associated with hand and power tool cleaning and brush and roll application

Course format

  • Slide presentation/lecture
  • Workshops/quizzes
  • 25-question, multiple-choice, closed-book written exam
  • Hands on workshop on hand and power tool and brush and roll application

Each participant will receive a comprehensive manual. To receive a certificate and CEUs, you must attend all 16 hours of the course and pass the written exam with 70%.

2 Day Course
English

Upcoming courses


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