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Maintenance and Repair

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November 2004 International Paint Ltd is part of Akzo Nobel, the Netherlands based company serving customers thr oughout the world with healthcare products, coatings and chemicals. Consolidated sales for 2003 totalled EUR 13 billion. Akzo Nobel currently employs approximately 64,300 people in more than 80 countries. Argentina Australia Bahrain Belgium Brazil Bulgaria Canada Chile Colombia Croatia Cuba Cyprus Denmark Ecuador Egypt Estonia Fiji Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Iceland India Indonesia Iran Italy Japan Kuwait Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malaysia Malta Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Northern Ireland Norway Pakistan Panama Papua New Guinea Peoples Republic of China Peru Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Republic of Ireland Romania Russia Saudi Arabia Singapore Slovenia South Africa South Korea Spain Sri Lanka Sweden Taiwan Thailand Turkey U.S.A. Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom Uruguay Venezuela Vietnam Western Samoa Yemen Maintenance and Repair “The International Paint product range allows ship operators to select the most appropriate Important Notes: All representations and statements concerning the product(s) in this brochure are accurate to the best of our knowledge. Statem ents made in this brochure are advisory only and are not intended to be specific r ecommendations or warranties of any product, combination of products or fitness for any particular purpose. To the extent permitted by law, we do not accept any liability to any person for any loss or damage (dir ect or indirect) that may arise from any use of or reliance on any of the methods or information contained in this br ochure for any purpose. Unless otherwise agreed in writing, all products supplied and technical advice or r ecommendations given are subject to the Conditions of Sale of our supplying company. Any warranties, if given, are contained in those standard Conditions of Sale and are the only ones made with respect to any products we sell to you or advice or r ecommendations we give to you. legislation and in service For each of our products the relevant Product Data Sheet, Material Safety Data Sheet and package labelling comprise an integral information system about the product in question. Copies of our Pr oduct Data Sheets and Material Safety Data Sheets ar e available on request or from our website: www.international-marine.com performance requirements into account.” , International and all products mentioned in this brochure are trademarks of or are licensed to Akzo Nobel. © Akzo Nobel, 2004 International Paint Ltd, Stoneygate Lane, Felling, Gateshead NE10 0JY. Tel: +44 (0)191 402 2775 Fax: +44 (0)191 401 2320 www.international-marine.com SL04/PI4017 scheme for their vessels taking www.international-marine.com

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Worldwide Merchant Fleet Age Distribution (by selected ship type categories). Introduction World Fleet The age profile of the worlds’ merchant fleet continues to change. Age Of particular influence still are the large, single hull, crude oil tankers. General Cargo Vessels Dry Bulk Carriers Gas Carriers 25+ As these vessels leave the fleet and ar e demolished, their Container Vessels replacements, new double-hull tankers, pose different coating 20-24 challenges. Equally, regulations such as the IACS (Inter national 15-19 Association of Classification Societies) Enhanced Survey Pr ogramme...

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International Paint Surface Preparation Standards Abrasive Sweep Blasting Dry abrasive sweep blasting is the technique used to r emove a coat, or coats of paint from an intact surface, or to partially r emove corrosion from a corroded surface. This selective removal technique is achieved by ‘sweeping’ the surface with a jet of dry abrasive. The effectiveness of the operation depends on the type and condition of the coating, the surface to which it is applied, type and particle “Surface preparation is the single most important factor influencing coating system performance.” size of the...

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Key Vessel Areas Keel to Rail Underwater Hull Mechanical damage and subsequent corrosion on outside shell areas Fuel cost is a significant part of any ship operators’ budget. A clean, is not only unsightly but can contribute very significantly to the smooth underwater hull is essential if maximum fuel ef ficiency is to be vessel’s maintenance and running costs. achieved and in this respect, antifouling or foul release system selection is critical. If carefully selected, the outer shell anticorrosive can offer protection against mechanical damage, control hull roughness below water and...

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External Decks and Hatch Covers Wear and tear can range from impact damage encountered on a bulk carrier or container ship, through to oil or chemical spillages on a tanker deck, to a continual stream of vehicular and pedestrian traffic on a ro-ro ferry. If not properly protected, these important, highly visible vessel ar eas will corrode and require costly, repetitive and time-consuming maintenance. The potential implications include vessel safety, crew safety, on board maintenance costs and continual disruption. As with other areas of the vessel, exter nal decks and hatch covers require...

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Water Ballast Tanks Water ballast tanks can be difficult areas to repair whilst the vessel is in service, and typically require considerable time, investment and planning for major refurbishment at drydocking. These practical and financial issues are compounded by Classification Society requirements for improved vessel safety and where one of the main areas of focus is the condition of water ballast tanks. “The choice of cargo tank coating is critical for the ship operator and incorrect selection can severely restrict a vessel’s cargo carrying capacity and A high performance, light coloured...

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November 2004 International Paint Ltd is part of Akzo Nobel, the Netherlands based company serving customers thr oughout the world with healthcare products, coatings and chemicals. Consolidated sales for 2003 totalled EUR 13 billion. Akzo Nobel currently employs approximately 64,300 people in more than 80 countries. Argentina Australia Bahrain Belgium Brazil Bulgaria Canada Chile Colombia Croatia Cuba Cyprus Denmark Ecuador Egypt Estonia Fiji Finland France Germany Greece Hong Kong Iceland India Indonesia Iran Italy Japan Kuwait Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malaysia Malta Mexico Netherlands...

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