Basics of Steel Surface Preparation eCourse (BSSP)stamm2020-06-04T13:46:02+00:00
BASICS OF STEEL SURFACE PREPARATION eCOURSE (BSSP)
This course is perfect for anyone unfamiliar with steel surface preparation that wants to learn more about the techniques and terminology. Build your fundamental knowledge during this course by studying surface preparation for steel, abrasive blast cleaning, hand-and-power-tool cleaning, waterjetting, and the associated standards referenced when these methods are used.
This course defines surface preparation for steel through a brief review of the steps involved. It then provides an overview of abrasive blast cleaning, hand-and-power-tool cleaning, and waterjetting and the associated standards referenced when these methods are used to prepare steel for the application of protective coatings.
Surface preparation: A three-step process
Evaluating job site conditions
Evaluating the initial condition of the steel surface
Using SSPC VIS 1
Recognizing and repairing surface imperfections
Recognizing and removing surface contaminants
Abrasives and abrasive standards
SSPC dry abrasive blast cleaning standards
SSPC hand and power tool standards
SSPC’s waterjetting standard
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