Industrial Coatings Level 2 Trainee Guide, 1st edition
Industrial Coatings Level 2 Trainee Guide
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This exceptionally produced trainee guide features a highly illustrated design, technical hints and tips from industry experts, review questions and a whole lot more! Key content includes: Industrial Coating Safety, Corrosion Protection, Work Planning and Quality Control, Containment, Surface Preparation Two, Industrial Coatings Two, and Coating Applications Two.
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Table of contents
(Total Level Hours: 320)
69201-10 Industrial Coating Safety (30 Hours)
Describes safety standards and regulations, access control, and personal safety equipment and training requirements. Covers
safety decision-making procedures.
69202-10 Corrosion Protection (5 Hours)
Teaches the elements of corrosion in concrete and metals and describes the chemistry of corrosion.
69203-10 Work Planning and Quality Control (25 Hours)
Explains how to follow and execute a work plan. Covers area and ratio calculations and explains how to determine
VOC ratios when adding thinners. Explains the effects of pressure, volume, and temperature on surface preparation and
69204-10 Containment (60 Hours)
Describes the types of containment appropriate to various coating and surface preparation applications, including
standards and verifi cation. Also covers containment erection and repair.
69205-10 Surface Preparation Two (80 Hours)
Explains how to identify the surface condition of common substrates. Provides specifi c training in various types of
surface preparation equipment. Describes inspection and documentation test equipment and processes.
69206-10 Industrial Coatings Two (20 Hours)
Discusses the physical properties of various coatings, including convertible and nonconvertible types. Also covers basic curing
mechanisms and methods of fi lm formation.
69207-10 Coating Applications Two (100 Hours)
Covers the setup, maintenance, and disassembly of conventional air spray, airless spray, air-assisted airless
spray, and HVLP spraying equipment, including testing and documentation. Also covers overcoating and explains how to
use wet and dry fi lm thickness gauges.
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