SK-Alkor – Shipbuilding and ship repair SK-Alkor – Shipbuilding and ship repair

Painting works

The main painting of ships is carried out during the repair of the ship, and partial painting of surfaces in places subject to contamination or damage to the paint layer - as needed by the ship's crew

When painting with a conventional brush, the paint is applied to the surface in wide stripes, and then carefully leveled with a brush, first in the longitudinal, then in the transverse directions to obtain a thin uniform layer without gaps and streaks. When working, the brush should be held at an angle of about 45 ° to the surface to be painted.

In the final painting, the last brush strokes on vertical surfaces should go from top to bottom, on horizontal surfaces along the surface to be painted, and on wooden surfaces along the grain of the wood. When working with oil paints, to obtain a smooth surface and remove brush marks, the painted surface is fluted with a slight movement of the flute.

To make the surface matte, you need to trim.

When using roller brushes, layers of paint are applied in the following order: first they cover the surface with vertical movements of the brush, then shade with horizontal ones. The last layer is applied in reverse order.

When cleaning rust, scale and old paint with a hand tool, gloves must be worn to avoid injury to the hands. When working with metal brushes, pneumatic and electric tools, wear safety goggles. Persons performing work with power tools must wear insulating clothing (rubber boots, gloves, galoshes, etc.)

Work in the premises of the ship's hull is allowed only with electric lighting with a voltage of 12 V.

Work on annealing old paint with a blowtorch, in order to avoid burning hands with hot paint, is done in mittens. To protect eyes and hands from burns when etching old paint with caustic alkalis, rubber gloves and goggles must be worn, and a rubber apron and galoshes must be worn to protect clothes and shoes.

Painting open surfaces with lead paints, Kuzbasslak and other poisonous paints by hand must be done in gloves, and in poorly ventilated rooms, in addition, wear respirator masks that protect the eyes and respiratory organs. They are also worn when painting surfaces with oil paints using paint sprayers.

Painting work overboard of the vessel, which is in the dock or on the slipway, is carried out from the scaffolding. It is impossible to paint from pendants and arbors.

When performing painting work at a height while the vessel is moored, deck hatches and openings under the workers must be closed.

During painting work, special attention must be paid to compliance with fire safety rules. In the premises where these works are carried out (especially when painting with sprayers), it is impossible to use open fire, as well as to smoke, since vapors of volatile solvents can ignite.

Warming up paints in all cases, it is desirable to produce steam or hot water. Warming up on a fire can be done only on the shore with great care.

Rags and tow impregnated with paint, drying oil and solvents should not be left on the ship or at the place of work, since if they are left for a long time, there is a risk of spontaneous combustion.

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