Plural Component Application for Polyureas and High Solid Coatings - Training Only (2 Days)
Duration: 2 Days/16 Hours, includes Written Exam & Hands-On Skills Workshop
Class Times: 8:00 - 5:00
Cost: Training Level - SSPC Member $595; Non-Member $795
Credits: 1.5 CEU’s
Certification Term: N/A
Written Exam Retake Fee: $100 member; $200 non-member
Contact Kelly Oakes to schedule
Phone: (877) 281-7772 ext. 2215
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Scheduling and Proposals
To receive a proposal for scheduling at your facility, including price estimate, set-up requirements and an equipment list, please contact Jennifer Merck toll-free at (877) 281.7772, ext 2221 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course is designed to train applicators in the application of protective coatings by airless spray using plural component spray equipment. The program focus is on the application of two component high solids, polyurethanes and polyurea coatings in a marine/industrial environment on steel or concrete.
- Introduction and overview of plural component spray technology
- Equipment operational systems
- Characteristics of plural component coatings
- Applying touchup of single coat coatings by brush and/or roll
Benefits of Attending
To train the competency of individuals who operate plural component spray equipment and those who spray protective coatings using such equipment.
After attending this course you will be able to:
- Discuss the advantages of plural component spray technology
- Describe a two component high solid, polyurethane and polyurea protective coating
- Recognize the importance of when and how coatings are mixed on a plural component spray pump
- Distinguish among the various methods of mixing: manual, at the gun, after the manifold
- Apply plural component coatings to concrete and steel in a manner that meets the requirements of a given job specification
Overview of Fundamentals (Classroom Session)
The classroom session consists of a 6-8 hour review of the fundamentals of plural component spray technology. The review will cover the fundamentals of the process of spraying two component coatings using airless plural component spray pumps (e.g., material ratio; material viscosity; mixing; ambient conditions for application and curing; product data sheets; material safety data sheets; spray technique); equipment operation; troubleshooting basics and lessons learned; coating materials appropriate for plural component spray; quality control basics.
The hands-on workshop requires each student to operate the plural component pump and explain its operations. Candidates must wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) during the hands on workshop and must be able to answer questions in English about troubleshooting in cases where things go wrong with the spray pump operation.
There will be a written multiple-choice exam (25 questions) and the hands on skills workshop. All exams are conducted in English. If a candidate fails an exam, he or she must retake the exam. A total of 70 points is required to pass the written exam.
Those who successfully complete the program will receive a certificate of training from SSPC.
Who Should Attend
Contractors, project supervisors, and craftworkers involved in applying plural component technology.
DoD Funded Training
Under the DoD Corrosion Prevention and Control Program, funding has been provided to train DoD, Army, Navy and Airforce personnel. For more information on how to take advantage of attending this course for free, contact Jennifer Merck at 877. 281.7772, ext 2221 or email@example.com.
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