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Industrial Coating Application (ICA) - Module 4: Liquid Coatings Application_ALL

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Learning Objectives:

L1 – Reasons for Coating

  • Define the primary function of a coating
  • Give examples of how coatings are used for industrial purposes
  • Explain why coatings are used for corrosion control
  • Recognize the critical role of the applicator in corrosion control and prevention

L2 – Coating Fundamentals

  • State the purpose of each coating component
  • Define single and multiple component coatings and their usage
  • Explain the purpose of primers, mid coats and finish coats
  • Identify factors that impact the selection of coatings

L3 – Types of Coatings

  •  State the difference between convertible and no convertible coatings
  • List the types of generic coatings and the performance characteristics of each

L4 – Curing Mechanisms

  • List the curing mechanisms of coatings

L5 – Mixing & Thinning

  • Locate information about the mixing process on a  PDS and SDS
  • Recall mixing methods for single and multiple component coatings
  •  Explain how pot life, induction time, viscosity and temperature affect the mixing process
  •  Choose the appropriate tools and equipment for mixing
  • Describe how to thin and strain and coating

L6 – Application Equipment & Set Up: Manual Methods

  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of brusher, roller, trowel, mitt and squeegee
  • Choose the appropriate method for the application need
  • Explain how to set-up, operate and clean each manual application method

L7 – Application Equipment & Set Up: Spray Methods

  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of Conventional, Airless, High Volume Low Pressure and Air Assisted Spray methods
  • Explain how to set-up, operate and clean each spray application method
  • Choose the appropriate spray system for the application need

L8 – Application Considerations

  • Give examples of proper spray techniques
  • Describe the conditions in which stripe coatings and over-coating should be applied
  • Recognize the importance of environmental and drying/curing conditions on application

L9 – Measurement & Monitoring

  • Demonstrate the proper procedure for taking a wet film measurement
  • Discuss the relationship between wet film and dry film thickness
  • Recognize and explain the non-destructive and destructive equipment use the measure dry fil thickness
  • Identify and describe common coating failures and defects during and after application

L10– Storage & Receiving

  • List the steps for receiving coating materials for a project
  • Document batch numbers and shelf life
  • Describe how the PDS and SDS related to the receiving and storage of coating materials
  • Distinguish between proper and improper storage conditions
  • Define product rotation schedules

Chapter 4 Exam

 

Learning Objectives:

L1 – Reasons for Coating

  • Define the primary function of a coating
  • Give examples of how coatings are used for industrial purposes
  • Explain why coatings are used for corrosion control
  • Recognize the critical role of the applicator in corrosion control and prevention

L2 – Coating Fundamentals

  • State the purpose of each coating component
  • Define single and multiple component coatings and their usage
  • Explain the purpose of primers, mid coats and finish coats
  • Identify factors that impact the selection of coatings

L3 – Types of Coatings

  •  State the difference between convertible and no convertible coatings
  • List the types of generic coatings and the performance characteristics of each

L4 – Curing Mechanisms

  • List the curing mechanisms of coatings

L5 – Mixing & Thinning

  • Locate information about the mixing process on a  PDS and SDS
  • Recall mixing methods for single and multiple component coatings
  •  Explain how pot life, induction time, viscosity and temperature affect the mixing process
  •  Choose the appropriate tools and equipment for mixing
  • Describe how to thin and strain and coating

L6 – Application Equipment & Set Up: Manual Methods

  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of brusher, roller, trowel, mitt and squeegee
  • Choose the appropriate method for the application need
  • Explain how to set-up, operate and clean each manual application method

L7 – Application Equipment & Set Up: Spray Methods

  • Describe the advantages and disadvantages of Conventional, Airless, High Volume Low Pressure and Air Assisted Spray methods
  • Explain how to set-up, operate and clean each spray application method
  • Choose the appropriate spray system for the application need

L8 – Application Considerations

  • Give examples of proper spray techniques
  • Describe the conditions in which stripe coatings and over-coating should be applied
  • Recognize the importance of environmental and drying/curing conditions on application

L9 – Measurement & Monitoring

  • Demonstrate the proper procedure for taking a wet film measurement
  • Discuss the relationship between wet film and dry film thickness
  • Recognize and explain the non-destructive and destructive equipment use the measure dry fil thickness
  • Identify and describe common coating failures and defects during and after application

L10– Storage & Receiving

  • List the steps for receiving coating materials for a project
  • Document batch numbers and shelf life
  • Describe how the PDS and SDS related to the receiving and storage of coating materials
  • Distinguish between proper and improper storage conditions
  • Define product rotation schedules

Chapter 4 Exam

 

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