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Jotun’s coatings and coating systems are extensively tested by professional test institutes and classification societies.
Carbon steel with maximum operating temperature < 120°C
– Structural steel
– Exteriors of equipment, vessels, piping and valves (not insulated)
Carbon steel with operating temperature > 120°C
– All insulated surfaces of tanks, vessels, piping
– Flare booms and crane booms
Underside of bottom deck included piping, jacket above splash zone and life boat stations are optional areas (to be decided in each project)
Internal of carbon steel tanks
Walkways, escape routes and lay down areas
Under passive fire protection
Stainless steel, aluminium and galvanised steel
Submerged carbon steel and carbon steel in the splash zone
Submerged stainless steel and stainless steel in the splash zone
Structural carbon steel with operating temperature ≤80°C in internal and fully dry and ventilated areas
Bulk supplied carbon steel valves with operating temperature up to 150°C
Marine Equipment Directive (MED) is an authorisation of equipment and products for the Marine industry. Marine equipment can only be installed on board ships flying the flag of an EU country, Norway, Iceland and other flag states if it is marked with the MED mark of conformity, also known as the “wheelmark”.
Materials and equipment to which the Marine Equipment Directive (MED) shall apply:
Whether in the atmosphere, water or soil, all unprotected steel is subject to corrosion which will eventually lead to failure. To avoid this, steel should be protected not only from the service environment but also for the proposed lifetime of a structure.
The ISO 12944 standard is designed as a guideline for architects, engineers, specifiers, contractors and applicators in choosing the correct systems to meet the demands of both environment and service life.
Choosing a coating system that complies with ISO 12944 can be achieved in three straightforward steps.
With vast experience and expertise globally in protecting on & offshore structures for all concepts of the protective market, Jotun has a coating system to meet the exact anticorrosive requirements for every situation.
Contact your local Jotun office to help you choose a system that fits your project.