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SECTION 09 91 00 – painting

PART 1 - GENERAL

1.1RELATED DOCUMENTS

A.Drawings and general provisions of the Contract, including General Conditions and Division 01 Specification Sections, apply to this Section.

B.Specifications throughout all Divisions of the Project Manual are directly applicable to this Section, and this Section is directly applicable to them.

1.2REFERENCE STANDARDS

A.The latest published edition of a reference shall be applicable to this Project unless identified by a specific edition date.

B.All reference amendments adopted prior to the effective date of this Contract shall be applicable to this Project.

C.All materials, installation and workmanship shall comply with the applicable requirements and standards.

1.3definitions

A."Paint" includes coating systems materials, primers, emulsions, enamels, stains, sealers and fillers, and other applied materials whether used as prime, intermediate, or finish coats.

B.“Substrate" as used herein means the surface to which paint is to be applied. In the case of previously painted existing surfaces, substrate means the surface to which the existing paint was applied.

1.4QUALITY ASSURANCE

A.Single Source Responsibility: Provide primers and undercoat paint produced by the same manufacturer as the finish coats.

[COORDINATE PRIMERS SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS WITH FINISH MATERIAL IN THIS SECTION TO ASSURE COMPATIBLE PRIMERS. SOME FINISHCOAT MATERIALS SUCH AS LACQUERS AND EPOXIES, "LIFT" OIL AND OLEORESINOUS AIR DRY PRIMERS. A LONGOIL FINISH COAT MAY "CRAWL" AND HAVE POOR ADHESION WHEN USED OVER ZINCDUST PHENOLIC OR BAKED PRIMERS.]

[Architect/Engineer must delete everything in blue and in brackets before publishing]

B.Coordination of Work: Review other sections in which primers are provided to ensure compatibility of the total systems for various substrates. On request, furnish information on characteristics of finish materials to ensure use of compatible primers.

C.Notify the Architect of problems anticipated using the materials specified.

[DELETE THE PARAGRAPHS BELOW IF FIELD SAMPLES (MOCKUP) ARE NOT REQUIRED. THIS REQUIREMENT IS NORMALLY USED ONLY IF SPECIAL CARE IS REQUIRED IN APPLICATION.]

D.Field Samples: On wall surfaces and other exterior and interior components, duplicate finishes of prepared samples. Provide full coat finish samples on at least 100 sq. ft. of surface until required sheen, color and texture are obtained; simulate finished lighting conditions for review of inplace work.

1.Final acceptance of colors will be from job applied samples.

[DELETE THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IF THIS TYPE OF SAMPLE IS NOT REQUIRED. THIS REQUIREMENT IS NORMALLY USED IF SPECIAL CARE IS REQUIRED IN APPLICATION.]

2.The Architect will select one room or surface to represent surfaces and conditions for each type of coating and substrate to be painted. Apply coatings in this room or surface in accordance with the schedule or as specified. After finishes are accepted, this room or surface will be used for evaluation of coating systems of a similar nature.

E.Material Quality: Provide the manufacturer's best quality trade sale paint material of the various coating types specified. Paint material containers not displaying manufacturer's product identification will not be acceptable.

[RETAIN THE NEXT PARAGRAPH FOR AN "OPEN" SPECIFICATION WHEN MANUFACTURERS PRODUCTS ARE USED FOR IDENTIFICATION. REVISE FOR A "CLOSED" SPECIFICATION.]

1.Proprietary names used to designate colors or materials are not intended to imply that products named are required or to exclude equal products of other manufacturers.



[DELETE THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IF FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS ARE NOT USED. NOTE THAT THERE ARE NO FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR SOME MATERIALS IN THIS SECTION.]

2.Federal Specifications establish a minimum quality level for paint materials, except where other product identification is used. Provide written certification from the manufacturer that materials provided meet or exceed these criteria.



[DELETE THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IF FEDERAL SPECIFICATIONS ARE DELETED OR VARIATIONS ARE NOT PERMITTED.]

3.Products that comply with qualitative requirements of applicable Federal Specifications, yet differ in quantitative requirements, may be considered for use when acceptable to the Architect. Furnish material data and manufacturer's certificate of performance to Architect for proposed substitutions.



[THE FOLLOWING PRODUCT CAN BE USED IN ALL TYPES OF PAINTS INCLUDING ALKYDS AND EPOXIES TO REDUCE/ELIMINATE ODORS.]

[WARNING: IT DOES NOT ELIMINATE THE VOCs HOWEVER, NORMALLY DELETE SINCE ALL STANDARD PAINT MATERIALS ARE VOC COMPLIANT.]

F.Odor Eliminating Additive: At all locations scheduled to receive solvent or alkyd-based coatings, provide an odor-eliminating additive to minimize the presence of odor from wet and drying paint films.

1.Provide additive recommended and approved by the primer/finish coat manufacturer for use with their paint. Benjamin Moore does not recommend an “odor eliminator additive” for Benjamin. Moore Paints.

2.Subject to compliance with above requirements, "Bio Zapp Paint Odor Eliminator" by Bio Zapp Laboratories, (941/922-9199) is acceptable.

1.5SUBMITTALS

A.Samples:



[REVISE THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IF COLORS ARE PRESELECTED AND SPECIFIED OR SCHEDULED.]

1.Samples for initial color selection in the form of manufacturer's color charts.

a.After color selection, the Architect will furnish color chips for surfaces to be coated.

[RETAIN THE NEXT PARAGRAPH WITH OR WITHOUT THE PROCEEDING PARAGRAPH.]

2.Samples for verification purposes:

a.Provide samples of each color and material to be applied, with texture to simulate actual conditions, on representative samples of the actual substrate.

b.Define each separate coat, including block fillers and primers.

c.Use representative colors when preparing samples for review.

d.Resubmit until required sheen, color, and texture are achieved.

e.Provide a list of material and application for each coat of each sample. Label each sample as to location and application.

f.Submit samples on the following substrates for the Architect's review of color and texture only:



[SELECT SAMPLE SUBMITTALS FROM THOSE LISTED BELOW TO SUIT SUBSTRATES REQUIRED.]

1)Concrete: Provide two 4inchsquare samples for each color and finish.

2)Concrete Masonry: Provide two 4 by 8inch samples of masonry, with mortar joint in the center, for each finish and color.

3)Painted Wood: Provide two 12 by 12inch samples of each color and material on hardboard.

4)Stained or Natural Wood: Provide two 4 by 8inch samples of natural and stained wood finish on actual wood surfaces.

5)Ferrous Metal: Provide two 4inchsquare samples of flat metal and two 8inchlong samples of solid metal for each color and finish.

6)Drywall: Provide two 12 by 12-inch samples of each color and finish.

B.Product Data:

1.Submit manufacturer’s catalog cuts and descriptive information on each product used. Include preparation requirements and application instructions.

C.Record Documents: Provide record approved samples and product data.

1.6DELIVERY, STORAGE and HANDLING

A.Deliver materials to the job site in the manufacturer's original, unopened packages and containers bearing manufacturer's name and label and the following information:



[ADD OTHER LABEL REQUIREMENTS AS NECESSARY TO SATISFY SPECIFIC PROJECT CIRCUMSTANCES.]

1.Product name or title of material.

2.Product description (generic classification or binder type).

3.Federal Specification number, if applicable.

4.Manufacturer's stock number and date of manufacture.

5.Contents by volume, for pigment and vehicle constituents.

6.Thinning instructions.

7.Application instructions.

8.Color name and number.

B.Store materials not in use in tightly covered containers in a well ventilated area at a minimum ambient temperature of 45 deg F (7 degrees C). Maintain containers used in storage in a clean condition, free of foreign materials and residue.

1.Protect from freezing. Keep storage area neat and orderly. Remove oily rags and waste daily. Take necessary measures to ensure that workers and work areas are protected from fire and health hazards resulting from handling, mixing, and application.

[IF DESIRED, ADD SPECIAL PROJECT REQUIREMENTS FOR FIRE PROTECTION, HEATING, VENTILATION, AND OTHER SPECIAL CONDITIONS FOR STORAGE AREAS ON THE SITE.]

1.7PROJECT conditions

A.Apply waterbased paints only when the temperature of surfaces to be painted and surrounding air temperatures are between 50 degrees F (10 degrees C) and 90 degrees F (32 degrees C).

B.Apply solventthinned paints only when the temperature of surfaces to be painted and surrounding air temperatures are between 45 degrees F (7 degrees C) and 95 degrees F (35 degrees C).

C.Do not apply paint in snow, rain, fog, or mist, when the relative humidity exceeds 85 percent, at temperatures less than 5 degrees F (3 degrees C) above the dew point, or to damp or wet surfaces.

1.Painting may continue during inclement weather if surfaces and areas to be painted are enclosed and heated within temperature limits specified by the manufacturer during application and drying periods.



PART 2 - PRODUCTS

2.1GENERAL

A.All materials shall meet or exceed all applicable referenced standards, federal, state and local requirements, and conform to codes and ordinances of authorities having jurisdiction.

2.2MANUFACTURErS



PPG Industries, Inc.

www.ppg.com



One PPG Place

Pittsburgh, PA 15272










Benjamin Moore Paints

www.benjaminmoore.com



101Paragon Drive

Montvale, NJ 07645









Glidden Professional

www.gliddenprofessional.com



15885 West Sprague Road, Strongsville, OH 44136


[THIS SECTION IS CREATED AS GENERIC AND LISTS MULTIPLE ACCEPTABLE MANUFACTURERS FOR EACH SUBSTRATE AND FINISH PAINT COATING. THE FOLLOWING PAINTING SYSTEMS ARE "TYPICAL" FOR THE VARIOUS SUBSTRATES LISTED. VERIFY REQUIRED GLOSS LEVEL REQUIRED FOR THE PROJECT AND DELETE THE ONES THAT DO NOT APPLY. ADD OTHERS AS NECESSARY BUT BE SURE TO INCLUDE THE CORRECT SYSTEM FROM EACH MANUFACTURER. ALSO TRY TO MINIMIZE (ELIMINATE) THE USE OF OIL-BASED (ALKYD) PAINTS DUE TO VOC LAWS.]

2.3PAINT SCHEDULE

A.Provide the following paint systems for the various substrates, as indicated. Provide only the listed prime and finish coat materials unless otherwise recommended in writing by the paint manufacturer for each specific substrate.

B.Where specific finish paint material is not indicated, refer to notes and finish schedules for finish paint material and gloss levels for each surface to be painted.

2.4EXTERIOR PAINT SCHEDULE

A.Concrete and Concrete Block; 2 finish coats of Exterior Flat Acrylic Emulsion (over block-filler on CMU):

1.Block Filler for CMU:

a.PPG: 4-603 Perma-Crete Alkali Resistant Primer.

b.Benjamin Moore: 160 super spec Latex Block Filler.

c.Glidden Professional: 3010 Concrete Coatings Block Filler.



[SELECT THE APPROPRIATE BLOCK-FILLER SYSTEM ABOVE OR BELOW AND DELETE THE OTHER, UNLESS BOTH ARE REQUIRED. USE THE "HEAVY-DUTY" SYSTEM WHERE SOME DEGREE OF WATERPROOFING IS REQUIRED FROM THE BLOCK FILLER.]

[IF BOTH ARE REQUIRED, ADD A STATEMENT DEFINING WHERE EACH IS TO BE USED.]

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: SunProof Exterior Flat Acrylic Latex 72-45.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec H.P. Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Fortis 350 Exterior Semi-Gloss Paint 2406V Series.

[sELECT glidden professional product ABOVE FOR PATIENT CARE facilities. FOR RESEARCH facilities EITHER ABOVE OR BELOW MAY BE SELECTED.]

d.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4216 Int/Ext Acrylic Latex Semi-gloss Enamel.

3.Heavy-Duty Block Filler for CMU Industrial Grade:

a.PPG: 16-90 Pitt-Glaze Acrylic Block Filler.

b.Benjamin Moore: P31 Super Spec HP Waterborne Epoxy Block Filler.

c.Glidden Professional: Devoe Coatings Bloxfil 4000 Acrylic Block Filler.

4.Finish Coat Industrial Grade:

a.PPG: 4-110 Pitt-Flex Arcylic.

b.Benjamin Moore: 055 Super Spec 100% Acrylic Elastomeric Waterproof Coating.

c.Glidden Professional: 2260 Decra Flex 300 (available in Smooth, Fine, and Coarse).



[SELECT OR FROM PARAGRAPH BELOW AND DELETE THE OTHER AS APPROPRIATE. FULL GLOSS IS TYPICAL FOR EXTERIOR SURFACES.]

B.Ferrous Metal; 2 finish coats of water borne acrylic enamel over primer:

1.RustInhibiting Primer:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Primer 90-712.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss Rust Inhibitive.

c.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4020 PF Direct to Metal Primer and Flat Finish .

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Satin Direct to Metal 90-474.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss Rust Inhibitive.

c.Glidden Professional: Devflex Lifemaster Oil Interior/Exterior Eggshell 1502 Series.



[SELECT OR FROM PARAGRAPH BELOW AND DELETE THE OTHER AS APPROPRIATE. FULL GLOSS IS TYPICAL FOR EXTERIOR SURFACES.]

C.Galvanized Metal; 2 finish coats of water borne acrylic enamel over primer:

1.Galvanized Metal Primer:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Primer 90-712.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4020 PF Direct to Metal Primer and Flat Finish.

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Satin Direct to Metal 90-474.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-Gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Devflex Lifemaster Oil Interior/Exterior Eggshell 1502 Series.



[select glidden professional product ABOVE FOR PATIENT CARE facilitieS. FOR RESEARCH facilities EITHER ABOVE OR BELOW MAY BE SELECTED.]

d.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4216 Int/Ext Acrylic Latex Semi-gloss Enamel.



[SELECT OR FROM PARAGRAPH BELOW AND DELETE THE OTHER AS APPROPRIATE. FULL GLOSS IS TYPICAL FOR EXTERIOR SURFACES.]

D.Aluminum; 2 finish coats of water borne acrylic enamel over primer:

1.Aluminum Metal Primer:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Primer 90-712.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4020 PF Direct to Metal Primer and Flat Finish.

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Satin Direct to Metal 90-474.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Lifemaster Oil Interior/Exterior Eggshell 1502 Series.



[select glidden professional product ABOVE FOR PATIENT CARE facilitieS. FOR RESEARCH facilities EITHER ABOVE OR BELOW MAY BE SELECTED.]

d.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4216 Int/Ext Acrylic Latex Semi-gloss Enamel.

E.Plaster - Stucco; 2 finish coats of Exterior Flat Acrylic Emulsion over primer:

1.Exterior Primer:

a.PPG: 4-603 Perma-Crete Alkali Resistant Primer.

b.Benjamin Moore – N066 Super Spec 100% Acrylic Masonry Sealer.

c.Glidden Professional: 3030 Concrete Coatings Bond-Prep Bonding Primer.

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Sun Proof Exterior Flat Acrylic Latex 72-45.

b.Benjamin Moore: N105 Moorlife 100% Acrylic flat house paint.

c.Glidden Professional: 2200V Fortis 350 Flat Finish.

F.Wood; 2 finish coats of Exterior Flat Acrylic Emulsion over primer:

1.Exterior Primer:

a.PPG: Sun Proof Exterior House & Trim Flat Latex 100 percent Acrylic Primer 72-1.

b.Benjamin Moore: O46 BM Fresh Start All 100% Acrylic Superior Primer.

c.Glidden Professional: 6001 Hydrosealer Exterior Primer.

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Sun Proof Exterior Flat Acrylic Latex 72-45.

b.Benjamin Moore: N105 Moorlife 100% Acrylic Flat House Paint.

c.Glidden Professional: 2200 Fortis 350 Flat Finish.

G.Exhaust Fan Hood: 2 Finish coats of Exterior Gloss Enamel over primer:

1.Provide the following color code:



Chemical Hood

Safety Red

Radioisotope

Safety Yellow

Clean Bench

Safety Green

Bio Safety Cabinet

Safety Blue

2.Exhaust Fan Hood Industrial Grade Rust-Inhibiting Primer:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Primer 90-712.

b.Benjamin. Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss Rust Inhibitive.

c.Glidden Professional: Devoe Devflex 4020 PF Direct to Metal Primer and Flat Finish.

3.Exhaust Fan Hood Industrial Grade Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Satin Direct to Metal 90-474.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss Rust Inhibitive.

c.Glidden Professional: Lifemaster Oil Interior/Exterior Eggshell 1502 Series.

2.5INTERIOR PAINTING SCHEDULE

A.Concrete and Concrete Block; 2 finish coats (over block-filler on CMU):

1.Block Filler for CMU:

a.PPG: Speedhide 6-7 Latex Block Filler.

b.Benjamin Moore: 160 Super Spec Latex Block Filler.

c.Glidden Professional: 3010 Concrete Coatings Block Filler.



[SELECT THE APPROPRIATE BLOCK-FILLER SYSTEM ABOVE OR BELOW AND DELETE THE OTHER, UNLESS BOTH ARE REQUIRED. USE THE "HEAVY-DUTY" SYSTEM WHERE SOME DEGREE OF WATERPROOFING IS REQUIRED FROM THE BLOCK FILLER.]

[IF BOTH ARE REQUIRED, ADD A STATEMENT DEFINING WHERE EACH IS TO BE USED.]

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Pure Performance Interior Latex Semi-Gloss 9-500.

b.Benjamin Moore: N376 Eco Spec WB Semi-Gloss Finish.

c.Glidden Professional: Lifemaster 9200 Interior 0 VOC Semi-gloss.

3.Heavy duty block filler for CMU industrial grade:

a.PPG: 16-90 Pitt-Glaze Acrylic Block Filler.

b.Benjamin Moore: P31 Super Spec HP Waterborne Epoxy Block Filler.

c.Glidden Professional: 4000-1000 Heavy Duty Acrylic Block Filler.

4.Finish Coat Industrial Grade:

a.PPG: 16-551 Pitt-Glaze WB Waterborne Acrylic Epoxy.

b.Benjamin Moore: P42 Waterborne Polyamide Epoxy coating.

c.Glidden Professional: Tru Glaze WB 4418 Waterborne Acrylic Epoxy.

B.Gypsum Drywall; 2 finish coats over primer:

1.Primer 1A:

a.PPG: Pure Performance Interior Latex Primer 9-900.

b.Benjamin Moore: N372 Eco Spec WB interior latex primer.

c.Glidden Professional: LM 9116 Lifemaster 0 VOC Primer.

2.Finish Coat 1A:

a.PPG: Pure Performance Interior Latex Eggshell 9-300.

b.Benjamin Moore: N374 Eco Spec WB Eggshell Finish.

c.Glidden Professional: LM 9300 Lifemaster 0 VOC Interior Eggshell.



[PRIMER 1A AND FINISH COAT 1A, ABOVE, ARE TO BE USED FOR ALL RESEARCH facilitieS (without restrictions on type of space), AND FOR PATIENT CARE facilitieS IN PUBLIC SPACES AND HIGH USE AREAS SUCH AS WAITING ROOMS, EXAM ROOMS, PROCEDURE ROOMS, CORRIDORS, AND CONFERENCE ROOMS. PRIMER 1B AND FINISH COAT 1B, BELOW, ARE TO BE USED FOR PATIENT CARE facilitieS IN AREAS OF LOWER USE/WEAR SUCH AS OFFICES AND STAFF CORRIDORS. INDIVIDUAL SPACES WHICH ARE TO RECEIVE EACH PRIMER/ FINISH COATING TYPE SHOULD BE SPECIFICALLY SCHEDULED ON THE DRAWINGS, OR A STATEMENT DEFINING WHERE EACH IS TO BE USED SHOULD BE ADDED HERE. WHERE ONLY ONE SYSTEM TYPE IS USED, DELETE THE UNUSED TYPE and “1a”, “1B” nomenclature.]

3.Primer 1B:

a.PPG: Speedhide Zero Interior Latex Primer 6-4900.

b.Benjamin Moore: Fresh Start Primer 023 All Purpose 100% Acrylic Latex.

c.Glidden Professional: Lifemaster LM 9116 0 VOC Primer.

4.Finish Coat 1B:

a.PPG: Speedhide Zero Interior Latex Eggshell 6-4310.

b.Benjamin Moore: N538 Ultra Spec 500 Zero VOC Eggshell Finish.

c.Glidden Professional: Ultra-Hide No VOC Interior Eggshell Paint 1411 Series.

C.Plaster; 2 finish coats over primer:

1.Primer:

a.PPG: Pure Performance Interior Latex Primer 9-900.

b.Benjamin Moore: Eco Spec WB Interior Latex Primer N372.

c.Glidden Professional: LM 9116 Lifemaster 0 VOC Interior Primer.

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Pure Performance Interior Latex Eggshell 9-300.

b.Benjamin Moore: N374 Eco Spec WB Interior Latex Eggshell.

c.Glidden Professional: LM 9300 Lifemaster 0 VOC Interior Eggshell.

D.Ferrous Metal; 2 finish coats of water borne semi-gloss acrylic latex enamel over primer:

1.Waterborne Acrylic Primer:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Primer 90-712.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4020 PF Direct to Metal Primer and Flat Finish.

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Satin Direct to Metal 90-474.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Lifemaster Oil Interior/Exterior Semi-Gloss Paint 1506 Series.

[select glidden professional product ABOVE FOR PATIENT CARE facilitieS. FOR RESEARCH facilities EITHER ABOVE OR BELOW MAY BE SELECTED].

d.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4216 Int/Ext Acrylic Latex Semi-gloss Enamel.

E.Galvanized Metal; 2 finish coats of water borne semi-gloss acrylic latex enamel over primer:

1.Waterborne Acrylic Galvanized Metal Primer:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Primer 90-712.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4020 PF Direct to Metal Primer and Flat Finish.

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Satin Direct to Metal 90-474.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Lifemaster Oil Interior/Exterior Semi-Gloss Paint 1506 Series.

[select glidden professional product ABOVE FOR PATIENT CARE facilitieS. FOR RESEARCH facilities EITHER ABOVE OR BELOW MAY BE SELECTED].

d.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4216 Int/Ext Acrylic Latex Semi-gloss Enamel.

F.Aluminum: 2 finish coats of water borne acrylic latex enamel over primer:

1.Waterborne Acrylic Galvanized Metal Primer:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Primer 90-712.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4020 PF Direct to Metal Primer and Flat Finish.

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Pitt-Tech 100 percent Acrylic Satin Direct to Metal 90-474.

b.Benjamin Moore: P29 Super Spec HP Direct to Metal Acrylic Semi-gloss.

c.Glidden Professional: Lifemaster Oil Interior/Exterior Semi-Gloss Paint 1506 Series.

[select glidden professional product ABOVE FOR PATIENT CARE facilitieS. FOR RESEARCH facilities EITHER ABOVE OR BELOW MAY BE SELECTED].

d.Glidden Professional: Devflex 4216 Int/Ext Acrylic Latex Semi-gloss Enamel.

G.Wood; 2 finish coats over primer:

1.Primer:

a.PPG: Pure Performance Interior Latex Primer 9-900.

b.Benjamin Moore: 046 BM Fresh Start All 100% Acrylic Superior Primer.

c.Glidden Professional: Lifemaster 9116 0 VOC Primer.

2.Finish Coat:

a.PPG: Pure Performance Interior Latex Eggshell 9-300.

b.Benjamin Moore: N374 Eco Spec WB Interior Latex Eggshell.

c.Glidden Professional: 9300 Lifemaster 0 VOC Interior Eggshell.

PART 3 - EXECUTION

3.1PREParation

A.Examine substrates and conditions under which painting will be performed for compliance with requirements for application of paint. Do not begin paint application until unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected.

1.Start of painting will be construed as the Applicator's acceptance of surfaces and conditions within a particular area.

B.General Procedures: Remove hardware and hardware accessories, plates, machined surfaces, lighting fixtures, and similar items in place that are not to be painted, or provide surface applied protection prior to surface preparation and painting. Remove these items if necessary for complete painting of the items and adjacent surfaces. Following completion of painting operations in each space or area, have items reinstalled by workers skilled in the trades involved.

1.Clean surfaces before applying paint or surface treatments. Remove oil and grease prior to cleaning. Schedule cleaning and painting so that dust and other contaminants from the cleaning process will not fall on wet, newly painted surfaces.

C.Surface Preparation: Clean and prepare surfaces to be painted in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions for each particular substrate condition and as specified.

1.Provide barrier coats over incompatible primers and existing surfaces, or remove and reprime. Notify Architect in writing of problems anticipated with using the specified finish coat material with substrates primed by others.



[DELETE THE PARAGRAPHS BELOW IF CEMENTITIOUS SURFACES ARE NOT TO BE PAINTED, OR REVISE TO SUIT PROJECT REQUIREMENTS.]

2.Cementitious Materials: Prepare concrete, concrete masonry block, cement plaster, and mineral fiber reinforced cement panel surfaces to be painted. Remove efflorescence, chalk, dust, dirt, grease, oils, and release agents. Roughen as required to remove glaze. If hardeners or sealers have been used to improve curing, use mechanical methods of surface preparation.

a.Use abrasive blast cleaning methods if recommended by the paint manufacturer.

b.Determine alkalinity and moisture content of surfaces by performing appropriate tests. If surfaces are sufficiently alkaline to cause blistering and burning of finish paint, correct this condition before application. Do not paint surfaces where moisture content exceeds that permitted in manufacturer's printed directions.



[DELETE THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IF THIS PROCEDURE IS NOT REQUIRED.]

c.Clean concrete floors to be painted with a 5 percent solution of muriatic acid or other etching cleaner. Flush the floor with clean water to remove acid, neutralize with ammonia, and rinse; allow to dry and vacuum before painting.



[DELETE THE PARAGRAPHS BELOW IF WOOD SURFACES ARE NOT TO BE PAINTED, OR REVISE TO SUIT THE PROJECT SITUATION.]

3.Wood: Clean surfaces of dirt, oil, and other foreign substances with scrapers, mineral spirits, and sandpaper, as required. Sand surfaces exposed to view smooth and dust off.

a.Scrape and clean small, dry, seasoned knots and apply a thin coat of white shellac or other recommended knot sealer before application of primer. After priming, fill holes and imperfections in finish surfaces with putty or plastic wood filler. Sand smooth when dried.

[DELETE THE PARAGRAPHS BELOW IF THESE REQUIREMENTS ARE SPECIFIED IN OTHER SECTIONS.]

b.Prime, stain, or seal wood to be painted immediately upon delivery. Prime edges, ends, faces, undersides, and backsides of wood, including cabinets, counters, cases, and paneling.

c.When transparent finish is required, backprime with spar varnish.

d.Backprime paneling on interior partitions where masonry, plaster, or other wet wall construction occurs on backside.

e.Seal tops, bottoms, and cutouts of unprimed wood doors with a heavy coat of varnish or sealer immediately upon delivery.

4.Ferrous Metals: Clean non-galvanized ferrous metal surfaces that have not been shop coated; remove oil, grease, dirt, loose mill scale, and other foreign substances. Use solvent or mechanical cleaning methods that comply with recommendations of the Steel Structures Painting Council.



[DELETE THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IF BLAST CLEANING IS NOT REQUIRED. THE METHOD (SSPCSP 10) REQUIRES A HIGHER LEVEL OF PREPARATION THAN IS OFTEN JUSTIFIED. REDUCE PREPARATION LEVEL TO SSPCSP 6 IF WARRANTED.]

a.Blast steel surfaces clean as recommended by the paint system manufacturer and in accordance with requirements of SSPC specification SSPCSP 10.



[DELETE THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IF THIS TREATMENT IS NOT REQUIRED.]

b.Treat bare and sandblasted or pickled clean metal with a metal treatment wash coat before priming.



[DELETE THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IF TOUCHUP PAINTING OF SHOPAPPLIED PRIMERS WILL BE DONE BY THE MATERIAL ERECTOR OR INSTALLER.]

c.Touch up bare areas and shop applied prime coats that have been damaged. Wire brush, clean with solvents recommended by the paint manufacturer, and touch up with the same primer as the shop coat.

5.Galvanized Surfaces: Clean galvanized surfaces with nonpetroleum based solvents so that the surface is free of oil and surface contaminants. Remove pretreatment from galvanized sheet metal fabricated from coil stock by mechanical methods.

D.Materials Preparation: Carefully mix and prepare paint materials in accordance with manufacturer's directions.

1.Maintain containers used in mixing and application of paint in a clean condition, free of foreign materials and residue.

2.Stir material before application to produce a mixture of uniform density; stir as required during application. Do not stir surface film into material. Remove film and, if necessary, strain material before using.

3.Use only thinners approved by the paint manufacturer, and only within recommended limits.

[DELETE THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IF TINTING IS NOT REQUIRED. THE DIFFERENCES COULD SHOW THROUGH WHEN THE TOP COAT ERODES.]

E.Tinting: Tint each undercoat a lighter shade to facilitate identification of each coat where multiple coats of the same material are applied. Tint undercoats to match the color of the finish coat, but provide sufficient differences in shade of undercoats to distinguish each separate coat.

3.2installation

A.Installation shall meet or exceed all applicable federal, state and local requirements, referenced standards and conform to codes and ordinances of authorities having jurisdiction.

B.All installation shall be in accordance with manufacturer’s published recommendations

3.3application



[REVISE THIS ARTICLE TO SATISFY PROJECT REQUIREMENTS. ADD RESTRICTIONS TO APPLICATION METHODS, IF REQUIRED.]

A.Apply paint in accordance with manufacturer's directions. Use applicators and techniques best suited for substrate and type of material being applied.

B.Paint exposed surfaces whether or not colors are designated in "schedules," except where a surface or material is specifically indicated not to be painted or is to remain natural. Where an item or surface is not specifically mentioned, paint the same as similar adjacent materials or surfaces. If color or finish is not designated, the Architect will select from standard colors or finishes available.

[for scheduling colors of items in the article below, natural gas piping is typically yellow, and fire sprinkler piping is typically painted red, or to match adjacent wall color. exhaust fan hoods are color coded to type of unit served, as noted in the part 2 article above .]

1.Painting of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing items is limited to exposed natural gas piping, exposed fire sprinkler piping, and roof top exhaust fan hoods. Items in mechanical and electrical rooms shall not be field painted unless otherwise scheduled on Drawings.

C.At "unoccupied" interior areas, painting is not required on prefinished items or finished metal surfaces.

1.Do not paint over Underwriter's Laboratories, Factory Mutual or other code required labels or equipment name, identification, performance rating, or nomenclature plates.

D.Do not paint over dirt, rust, scale, grease, moisture, scuffed surfaces, or conditions detrimental to formation of a durable paint film.

1.Paint colors, surface treatments, and finishes are indicated in "schedules."

2.Provide finish coats that are compatible with primers used.

[IF NECESSARY ADD RESTRICTIONS OR LIMITS ON USE OF SPRAY EQUIPMENT.]

3.The number of coats and film thickness required is the same regardless of the application method. Do not apply succeeding coats until the previous coat has cured as recommended by the manufacturer. Sand between applications where sanding is required to produce an even smooth surface in accordance with the manufacturer's directions.

4.Apply additional coats when undercoats, stains, or other conditions show through final coat of paint until paint film is of uniform finish, color, and appearance. Give special attention to ensure that surfaces, including edges, corners, crevices, welds, and exposed fasteners, receive a dry film thickness equivalent to that of flat surfaces.

5.The term "exposed surfaces" includes areas visible when permanent or builtin fixtures, convector covers, covers for finned tube radiation, grilles, and similar components are in place. Extend coatings in these areas as required to maintain the system integrity and provide desired protection.

6.Paint surfaces behind movable equipment and furniture same as similar exposed surfaces. Paint surfaces behind permanently fixed equipment or furniture with prime coat only before final installation of equipment.

7.Paint interior surfaces of ducts, where visible through registers or grilles, with a flat, nonspecular black paint.



[DELETE THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IF CASEWORK IS PREFINISHED.]

8.Finish interior of wall and base cabinets and similar field finished casework to match exterior.

9.Finish exterior doors on tops, bottoms, and side edges same as exterior faces.

10.Sand lightly between each succeeding enamel or varnish coat.

11.Omit primer on metal surfaces that have been shop primed and touch up painted.

E.Scheduling Painting: Apply first coat to surfaces that have been cleaned, pretreated, or otherwise prepared for painting as soon as practicable after preparation and before subsequent surface deterioration.

1.Allow sufficient time between successive coats to permit proper drying. Do not recoat until paint has dried to where it feels firm, and does not deform or feel sticky under moderate thumb pressure and where application of another coat of paint does not cause lifting or loss of adhesion of the undercoat.

F.Minimum Coating Thickness: Apply materials at not less than the manufacturer's recommended spreading rate. Provide a total dry film thickness of the entire system as recommended by the manufacturer.

G.Block Fillers: Apply block fillers to concrete masonry block at a rate to ensure complete coverage with pores filled.

1.Prime Coats: Before application of finish coats, apply a prime coat of material as recommended by the manufacturer to material that is required to be painted or finished and has not been prime coated by others. Recoat primed and sealed surfaces where evidence of suction spots or unsealed areas in first coat appears, to assure a finish coat with no burn through or other defects due to insufficient sealing.



[DELETE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS IF NONE is INCLUDED IN THE PROJECT. INDICATE LOCATIONS IN THE FINISH SCHEDULES.]

H.Stipple Enamel Finish: Roll and redistribute paint to an even and fine texture. Leave no evidence of rolling such as laps, irregularity in texture, skid marks, or other surface imperfections.

I.Pigmented (Opaque) Finishes: Completely cover to provide an opaque, smooth surface of uniform finish, color, appearance, and coverage. Cloudiness, spotting, holidays, laps, brush marks, runs, sags, ropiness, or other surface imperfections will not be acceptable.

J.Transparent (Clear) Finishes: Use multiple coats to produce a glasssmooth surface film of even luster. Provide a finish free of laps, cloudiness, color irregularity, runs, brush marks, orange peel, nail holes, or other surface imperfections.

1.Provide satin finish for final coats.

K.Completed Work: Match approved samples for color, texture, and coverage. Remove, refinish, or repaint work not in compliance with specified requirements.

3.4field quality control

[tEST REQUIREMENTS IN THIS ARTICLE ARE INTENDED FOR USE ON LARGER PROJECTS WHERE CONTROLS MAY BE LESS THAN DESIRED. DELETE IF TESTS ARE NOT REQUIRED.]

A.The Owner reserves the right to invoke the following test procedure at any time and as often as the Owner deems necessary during the period when paint is being applied:

1.The Owner will engage the services of an independent testing laboratory to sample the paint material being used. Samples of material delivered to the project will be taken, identified, sealed, and certified in the presence of the Contractor.

2.The testing laboratory will perform appropriate tests for the following characteristics as required by the Owner:

a.Quantitative materials analysis.

b.Abrasion resistance.

c.Apparent reflectivity.

d.Flexibility.

e.Wash ability.

f.Absorption.

g.Accelerated weathering.

h.Dry opacity.

i.Accelerated yellowness.

j.Recoating.

k.Skinning.

l.Color retention.

m.Alkali and mildew resistance.

3.If test results show material being used does not comply with specified requirements, the Contractor may be directed to stop painting, remove noncomplying paint, pay for testing, repaint surfaces coated with rejected paint, and remove rejected paint from previously painted surfaces if, upon repainting with specified paint, the two coatings are noncompatible.

3.5cleaning

A.At the end of each workday, remove empty cans, rags, rubbish, and other discarded paint materials from the site.

B.Upon completion of painting, clean glass and paint spattered surfaces. Remove spattered paint by washing and scraping, using care not to scratch or damage adjacent finished surfaces.

3.6protection

A.Protect work of other trades, whether to be painted or not, against damage by painting. Correct damage by cleaning, repairing or replacing, and repainting, as acceptable to Architect.

B.Provide "wet paint" signs to protect newly painted finishes. Remove temporary protective wrappings provided by others for protection of their work after completion of painting operations.

1.At completion of construction activities of other trades, touch up and restore damaged or defaced painted surfaces.

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