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Painting and Coating Technology

Overview:

Introduction:

Paints are available across the globe & are going to stay for decades to come. As you join the industry, without being familiar with new/existing technical terms, industry keywords, concepts, or core fundamentals, you will easily lose connection in the field. Don’t get baffled by the enormity of the industry.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • Describe the types and uses of protective coatings, their application, and associated quality control on vessels
  • Recognize salient safety issues associated with performing an inspection in the marine industry
  • Identify and use instruments mainly used in marine coating inspection
  • Recognize various IMO Resolutions related to protective coatings (PSPC for ballast tanks, cargo tanks, and voids, antifouling, etc.)

Targeted Audience:

  • Project engineers
  • Quality assurance managers
  • Blasters
  • Maintenance personnel
  • Contractors
  • Management or staff involved in maritime or shipbuilding with the required knowledge of coatings
  • Paint applicators
  • Technical sales representativesEmployees of paint manufacturers in product development, sales, and marketing
  • Those engaged in raw materials distribution to the coatings industry who wish to train new employees in the basics of coatings technology
  • Paint contractors who need to understand the qualities of the products they are using
  • Those who wish to find a career in the paint and coatings industry
  • Retail sales staff seeking greater product knowledge to convey to the customer

Course Outlines:

Unit 1:

  • Introduction to paints & coatings
  • Core fundamentals
  • Different types of paints & their properties
  • How they are made / What raw materials to be used
  • Chemistry for Organic Coatings, Oils and Varnishes/Alkyd Resins

Unit 2:

  • Epoxy, Phenolics and Silicone Resins
  • Acrylics, Urethanes and Cellulosics
  • Solvents, Waterborne Resins and Emulsions, and Coatings Additives
  • White, Extender, Organic, Black and Inorganic Pigments

Unit 3:

  • Review of Resins for Industrial Coatings
  • Corrosion and Surface Preparation and Primers
  • Pigments, Dispersion, and Equipment
  • Automotive Coatings (OEM) and Automotive Refinish Coatings
  • Coil, General Industrial, and Powder Coatings

Unit 4:

  • Environmental and Government Regulations
  • Application Methods and Equipment (Powder and Liquid)
  • Statistical Process and Quality
  • Review of Trade Sales Paint Resins and Coatings Calculations
  • Dispersion Process and Equipment and Pigments and Tinting Systems

Unit 5:

  • Instrumental Colour Matching
  • Special Formulating Know-how
  • Manufacturing Methods and Exterior Durability
  • Quality Control

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