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Standard ID GB/T 37595-2019 (GB/T37595-2019)
Description (Translated English) General requirements for anticorrosion coating corrosion control engineering life cycle
Sector / Industry National Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard A01
Classification of International Standard 03.100.99
Word Count Estimation 12,153
Date of Issue 2019-06-04
Date of Implementation 2020-05-01
Drafting Organization China Eclipse International Corrosion Control Engineering Technology Research Institute (Beijing) Co., Ltd., China Aviation Development Beijing Aviation Materials Research Institute, Jiangsu Jinling Special Coatings Co., Ltd., Guangzhou Xinglu Coating Engineering Co., Ltd., Beijing Jinyu Coatings Co., Ltd., Daqing Qinglu Langrun Technology Co., Ltd., Beijing Bihaizhou Corrosion Protection Industry Co., Ltd., AVIC Bermuda New Material Technology Engineering Co., Ltd., Quanzhou Xinhe New Material Co., Ltd., Beijing Red Lion Technology Development Co., Ltd., Shijiazhuang Paint Factory, Zhejiang Xuanda Environmental Technology Co., Ltd., Qingdao Dacang Anticorrosion Co., Ltd., Xinjiang Zhonghe Chemical Co., Ltd., Zhejiang Yonggu Weihua Paint Co., Ltd., China Industrial Anticorrosion Technology Association
Administrative Organization National Anticorrosion Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 381)
Proposing organization China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation
Issuing agency(ies) State Administration for Market Regulation, China National Standardization Administration

Standards related to: GB/T 37595-2019

GB/T 37595-2019
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 03.100.99
A 01
General requirements for anticorrosion coating
corrosion control engineering life cycle
ISSUED ON: JUNE 04, 2019
IMPLEMENTED ON: MAY 01, 2020
Issued by: State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of the People’s Republic of
China.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3 
1 Scope ... 4 
2 Normative references ... 4 
3 Terms and definitions ... 4 
4 General ... 5 
5 Objective ... 5 
6 Corrosion source ... 6 
7 Anticorrosion coating ... 6 
8 Technology ... 8 
9 Development ... 9 
10 Design ... 10 
11 Corrosion control operation ... 11 
12 Acceptance ... 13 
13 Requirements of use ... 14 
14 Test and inspection ... 15 
15 Maintenance ... 16 
16 Repair ... 18 
17 Life extension ... 18 
18 Resource ... 18 
19 Scrap and post-event green environmental treatment ... 20 
20 Documentation and record ... 20 
21 Assessment ... 21 
General requirements for anticorrosion coating
corrosion control engineering life cycle
1 Scope
This Standard specifies requirements for objective, corrosion source,
anticorrosion coating, technology, development, design, corrosion control
operation, acceptance, use requirements, test and inspection, maintenance,
repair, life extension, resource, scrap and post-event green environmental
treatment, documentation and record, assessment of each corrosion control
element of anticorrosion coating corrosion control engineering life cycle.
This Standard applies to the management of related activities throughout
various types of anticorrosion coating corrosion control engineering life cycle.
2 Normative references
The following documents are indispensable for the application of this document.
For dated references, only the dated version applies to this document. For
undated references, the latest edition (including all amendments) applies to this
document.
GB/T 33314-2016, Corrosion control engineering life cycle - General
requirements
3 Terms and definitions
Terms and definitions determined by GB/T 33314-2016 and the following ones
are applicable to this document. For ease of use, some of the terms and
definitions in GB/T 33314-2016 are repeated below.
3.1 Anticorrosion coating
A coating that protects the base material.
Note: It includes metal coating, organic coating, inorganic coating, etc.
3.2 Anticorrosion coating corrosion control engineering life cycle
The whole process of the anticorrosion coating, such as corrosion source
investigation, scheme design, construction, inspection, acceptance,
assessment, operation, maintenance, repair, and scrap.
communication, implementation and maintenance shall be made during all links
of the life cycle; regular review and technical improvement of its continuous
adaptability shall be made.
5.3 Coordinate and optimize each element in the corrosion control engineering
life cycle, so that the corrosion control engineering life cycle is compatible with
the life cycle of the protected main engineering, or at least the overhaul period
of the protected main engineering.
5.4 The anticorrosion coating corrosion control engineering life cycle must meet
the requirements of relevant environmental protection regulations. When it is
scrapped, it is necessary to assess the possible environmental hazards and
develop a plan to meet the requirements of the green environment.
6 Corrosion source
6.1 The corrosion sources that cause anticorrosion coating corrosion include
internal and external factors. Internal factors shall consider factors such as
material composition, structure, stress, surface condition, component assembly
and connection methods; external factors shall consider the corrosive media
and working conditions that interact with the anticorrosion coating under
different conditions.
6.2 During the corrosion control engineering life cycle, according to the different
influences of corrosion sources on various types of coatings, it shall conduct
investigation and analysis of corrosion sources, and adopt targeted corrosion
control engineering techniques and management measures.
6.3 It shall identify the overall working conditions of the main engineering
corresponding to the corrosion control engineering, including but not limited to
the operating temperature, humidity, medium, rainfall, sunshine, wind direction,
industrial exhaust gas and other working conditions that are related to the main
engineering.
6.4 The conditions of the corrosion control engineering itself shall also be
identified, including but not limited to parameters such as coating thickness,
corrosion-resistance, abrasion-resistance, impact-resistance, protective area,
coating hardness, and the bonding force between the coating and the base
material.
7 Anticorrosion coating
7.1 For the selection of anticorrosion coating, according to the type of material,
the surface state, and the type and rating of the to-be-faced corrosion
10 Design
10.1 General provisions include:
a) For the corrosion problems that may occur during the anticorrosion coating
corrosion control engineering life cycle, corrosion control measures shall
be taken;
b) Develop design control measures, so as to ensure that the technical
requirements and quality standards of the design are incorporated into the
design plan;
c) Develop management procedures to control changes and deviations from
design requirements and quality standards;
d) Develop special process management measures, to optimize the selection
of key materials, equipment and processes, and to periodically review the
applicability.
10.2 Specify the internal and external interfaces between the design unit and
personnel; clarify the preparation, proofreading, review, approval, release,
distribution and revision responsibilities of documents; specify the transmission
and archiving methods of design documents.
10.3 The design content is as follows:
a) It includes structural anticorrosion design, structural material selection,
component anticorrosion design, anticorrosion coating selection,
manufacturing process, anticorrosion coating maintenance/ repair
program, etc.;
b) The designed system, components and materials shall have an adaptable
margin to meet the requirements of the corrosion control engineering life
cycle under normal operating conditions.
10.4 The design shall follow the following procedures:
a) Design input includes corrosion source, corrosion parameters and grades,
design life, operating conditions, structures, materials, regulations,
environmental requirements, standards and technical specifications.
b) Design output, according to the requirements of the design input,
determines the corrosion control method to form a complete design plan
for the corrosion control engineering.
c) The design verification method is as follows:
certificate of quality and inspection data; random inspection and re-
inspection shall be performed when it enters the venue.
b) Document preparation: formulate the corrosion control operation quality
plan; compile and control the special process control points that affect
quality; determine the quality; formulate the engineering schedule control
table.
c) Preparation of corrosion control operation documents: the operation unit
prepares the construction organization design and submits it to the
supervision unit and design unit for technical review.
d) Technical disclosure of safety and environmental protection technology:
disclose safety and environmental protection technology to relevant
personnel of corrosion control operations; clarify process technology
requirements and relevant laws and regulations.
11.5 Safety and quality management shall include:
a) Clarify safety production responsibilities and develop safety measures for
the following operations:
1) Loading, storage, transportation, construction and installation of
flammable and explosive hazardous materials;
2) Surface treatment and coating;
3) Electrical work;
4) Work high above the ground;
5) Toxic, harmful and radioactive environment operations.
b) Perform raw material and operation process quality control; calibrate
equipment, tools and instruments.
c) Perform management of construction supervision units, personnel and
procedures.
11.6 Material management shall include the formulation of a material
management system and the provision of material security that meets the
requirements according to the engineering operation progress.
11.7 After the completion and acceptance of the engineering, sort and submit
all the documents of the engineering, and complete the engineering handover.
11.8 Quality control requirements for anticorrosion coating:
spray performance, acidic atmospheric performance, moist heat
performance, mold performance, and coating adhesion.
12.3 The following materials shall be submitted for acceptance:
a) factory certificate, anticorrosion coating quality inspection report;
b) design and change documents;
c) process acceptance and hidden acceptance information;
d) manufacturing process records;
e) records of non-conformities;
f) acceptance documents.
13 Requirements of use
13.1 A systematic corrosion control program shall be prepared to ensure safe,
economical and long-term operation.
13.2 The corrosion control program shall consider the following experiences
and factors:
a) Prepare a systematic corrosion control program according to the
anticorrosion coating and corrosion source;
b) Develop corrosion control methods;
c) Carry out reasonable structural design, correct material selection and
proper maintenance in accordance with relevant regulations;
d) Design, operation, running and maintenance personnel shall understand
the basic knowledge of corrosion control and participate in regular training
and assessment;
e) For the dispose of complex corrosion problems, a corrosion control team
shall be established, and multiple professions and multiple departments
shall be involved;
f) Establish effective internal communication and external communication
and experience feedback mechanisms;
g) Establish a corrosion control engineering repair and maintenance
database.
13.3 Operation management includes:
15 Maintenance
15.1 Principles for maintenance:
a) According to the anticorrosion coating engineering and the condition of the
corrosion source, formulate daily, regular and comprehensive
maintenance cycles and plans, and prepare corresponding maintenance
procedures, which include the following:
1) Daily maintenance includes inspection, examination and cleaning;
2) Regular maintenance includes performance state inspection and
planning performance repairs;
3) Comprehensive maintenance includes comprehensive inspection and
maintenance of the engineering;
4) The maintenance procedure documents shall be consistent with the
requirements of the materials or equipment maintenance manuals,
technical specifications and related standards;
5) For the corrosion situation that can be repaired on site, develop a
maintenance plan, and repair it after being approved by the authority;
6) For the corrosion situation that cannot be repaired on site, contact the
design unit and operation unit in time, to determine the corrosion cause
and degree of harm, and to provide original information for further
solving the corrosion problem.
b) The maintenance work shall be arranged by special personnel and shall
meet the following requirements:
1) The maintenance personnel shall have corresponding skills and
experience;
2) Special maintenance tools shall be used;
3) Before the maintenance, fully evaluate the possible risks; formulate
corresponding emergency measures; and make relevant inspection
and maintenance records.
c) After the maintenance, timely report problems that occur during the
corrosion control engineering to persons in charge; timely follow and treat.
d) The maintenance work shall not cause new risks of corrosion or damage
to equipment and facilities.
16 Repair
16.1 The repair of the anticorrosion coating corrosion control engineering shall
not affect the overall engineering.
16.2 The repair quality of the anticorrosion coating corrosion control
engineering shall not be lower than the original manufacturing requirements.
16.3 The repair of the anticorrosion coating corrosion control engineering that
has an impact on the production system shall be undertaken by a qualified unit.
16.4 After the repair of the anticorrosion coating corrosion control engineering
is completed, it shall be inspected and accepted in accordance with the
provisions of Chapter 12.
17 Life extension
17.1 When the anticorrosion coating has reached the expected service life and
still satisfies safe use, life extension shall be considered.
17.2 In order to expound and prove the feasibility of life extension, anticorrosion
professional organizations shall evaluate the anticorrosion coating and
calculate its economy and life extension.
17.3 The application for life extension shall be submitted by the user department,
reviewed by relevant departments, and approved by the person in charge of the
unit, so as to handle the application for life extension.
17.4 A maintenance plan for the life extension equipment and facilities
operation process shall be formulated; the examination and inspection cycle
shall be appropriately shortened.
18 Resource
18.1 Develop resource management plans for personnel, equipment, materials
and technologies, methods, and the environment, so as to adapt it to each
element throughout the corrosion control engineering life cycle.
18.2 Personnel management content:
a) Establish a sound management organization; clarify work objectives,
division of responsibilities, work processes, and interfaces with other
organizations and management agencies, so as to coordinate the
elements of the corrosion control engineering cycle and to ensure the
staffing of the corrosion control engineering life cycle objectives.
19 Scrap and post-event green environmental
treatment
19.1 For materials and equipment that are used in the anticorrosion coating
corrosion control engineering, if their safety and functionality have been
expounded and proven to no longer meet the design and use requirements,
and they cannot be repaired or economically repaired, they shall be scrapped.
19.2 The environmental hazards that may be caused by scrapping shall be
assessed, and a corresponding green environmental treatment plan shall be
formulated.
19.3 For equipment and materials that can be reused after being scrapped shall
be formulated with corresponding plans and be handled by qualified
professional units.
19.4 The anticorrosion coating corrosion control engineering life cycle shall
comply with the requirements of relevant environmental protection regulations.
The design, construction and use units of the corrosion control engineering
shall also bear social responsibility and fulfill the green environmental protection
obligations.
20 Documentation and record
20.1 Documentation management includes:
a) Control the preparation, review, approval and issuance of documents;
clarify the release and distribution channels of documents; change and
revocation of documents shall be reviewed and approved in accordance
with prescribed procedures; foreign documents shall be ensured to be
identified and effectively managed.
b) Establish corrosion control management procedures at the stages of
corrosion control engineering design, construction, and operation; prepare
work outlines and documents with matched technical support.
20.2 Record management includes:
a) The quality assurance records that are prepared in the quality assurance
program shall include contents, such as the examination and inspection
of the corrosion control engineering quality, the execution of the quality
plan, and data analysis, which shall cover GB/T 33314-2016.
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