18 September 2008 SUPERSEDING MIL-PRF-3135G 21 March 1983
DECK COVERING UNDERLAY MATERIALS
This specification is approved for use by all Departments and Agencies of the Department of Defense.
1.1 Scope. This specification establishes the performance requirements for deck covering underlay materials to be applied over primed or unprimed, clean steel and aluminum interior deck surfaces on naval vessels in order to provide a smooth, level, and/or properly sloped surface over which a final deck covering system will be applied.
1.2 Classification. Deck covering underlay materials should be of the following types, classes, and grades as specified (see 6.2):
a. Type I – Standard weight underlay materials for use under trowel applied deck coverings (such as MIL-PRF-24613).
b. Type II – Standard weight underlay materials for use under pre-formed deck coverings (such as porcelain tiles, vinyl tiles, sheet vinyl, etc.).
c. Type III – General use, ultra-lightweight underlay materials weighing no greater than 4.88 kilograms per square meter (1.0 pound per square foot) at a thickness of 6.4 millimeters (0.25 inch).
d. Type IV – General use, lightweight polymeric underlayment materials weighing no greater than 7.81 kilograms per square meter (1.6 pounds per square foot) at a thickness of 6.4 millimeters (0.25 inch) that perform the functions normally provided by separate primer, underlayment, waterproof, and crack suppression membrane materials in one single, trowel, or spray applied product.
a. Class 1 – Latex base underlay materials b. Class 2 – Resin base underlay materials
a. Grade A – For use onboard submarines b. Grade B – For general shipboard use
Comments, suggestions, or questions on this document should be addressed to: Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, ATTN: SEA 05M2, 1333 Isaac Hull Avenue, SE, Stop 5160, Washington Navy Yard DC 20376-5160 or emailed to CommandStandards@navy.mil, with the subject line “Document Comment”. Since contact information can change, you may want to verify the currency of this address information using the ASSIST Online database at http://assist.daps.dla.mil.
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2. APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
2.1 General. The documents listed in this section are specified in sections 3, 4, or 5 of this specification. This section does not include documents cited in other sections of this specification or recommended for additional information or as examples. While every effort has been made to ensure the completeness of this list, document users are cautioned that they must meet all specified requirements of documents cited in sections 3, 4, or 5 of this specification, whether or not they are listed.
2.2 Government documents.
2.2.1 Specifications, standards, and handbooks. The following specifications, standards, and handbooks form a part of this document to the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise specified, the issues of these documents are those cited in the solicitation or contract.
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SPECIFICATIONS
MIL-DTL-24441 - Paint, Epoxy-Polyamide, General Specification for
MIL-DTL-24441/20 - Paint, Epoxy-Polyamide, Green Primer, Formula 150, Type III
MIL-DTL-24441/29 - Paint, Epoxy-Polyamide, Green Primer, Formula 150, Type IV
DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE STANDARD
Fire Performance Requirements and Approved Specifications for Interior Finish Materials and Furnishings (Naval Shipboard Use) (Copies of these documents are available online at http://assist.daps.dla.mil/quicksearch/ or http://assist.daps.dla.mil or from the Standardization Document Order Desk, 700 Robbins Avenue, Building 4D, Philadelphia, PA 19111-5094.)
2.2.2 Other Government documents, drawings, and publications. The following other Government documents, drawings, and publications form a part of this document to the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise specified, the issues of these documents are those cited in the solicitation or contract.
BUREAU OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY (BUMED)
BUMED INST 6270.8 - Procedures for Obtaining Health Hazard Assessments (HHAs)
(Copies of this document are available from Bureau of Medicine and Surgery, Department of the Navy, 2300 E Street, NW, Washington DC 20372-5300 or online at https://bumed.med.navy.mil.)
CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS (CFR)
29 CFR 1910.1000 - Air Contaminants
29 CFR 1915.1001, Appendix K, Method ID-191
- Polarized Light Microscopy of Asbestos
29 CFR 1990 - Identification, Classification, and Regulation of Potential Occupational
40 CFR 60, Ch.1, Appendix A-7, Method 24
- Determination of Volatile Matter Content, Water Content, Density,
Volume Solids, and Weight Solids of Surface Coatings
40 CFR 63 - National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source
40 CFR 63.782 - National Emission Standards for Shipbuilding and Ship Repair (Surface
40 CFR 82 - Protection of Stratospheric Ozone 40 CFR 261, Appendix II, Method 1311
Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP)
40 CFR 302 -
Designation, Reportable Quantities, and Notification 40 CFR 355 -
Emergency Planning and Notification 40 CFR 372 -
Toxic Chemical Release Reporting: Community Right-to-Know
(Copies of these documents are available from the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington DC 20401 or online at www.gpoaccess.gov/index.html.)
NAVAL SEA SYSTEMS COMMAND (NAVSEA)
S9510-AB-ATM-010 - Nuclear Powered Submarine Atmosphere Control Manual, Chapter 7
(Copies of this chapter are available online at https://smcl.dt.navy.mil or from Commander, Naval Sea Systems Command, ATTN: SEA 05Z9, 1333 Isaac Hull Ave. SE Stop 5122, Washington Navy Yard DC 20376-5122.)
UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA)
EPA SW-846 - Test Methods for Evaluating Solid Waste, Physical/Chemical Methods
EPA 600/4-79-020 - Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Wastes
(Copies of these documents are available from the Environmental Protection Agency, Ariel Rios Building, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington DC 20460 or online at www.epa.gov.)
INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER (IARC)
(Copies of this document are available from International Agency for Research on Cancer, WHO Publication Center, 49 Sheridan Ave., Albany, NY 12210 or online at www.iarc.fr.)
NATIONAL TOXICOLOGY PROGRAM (NTP)
Annual Report on Carcinogens
(Copies of this document are available from U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Information Office, P.O. Box 12233, MD B2-04, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 or online at http://ntp- server.niehs.nih.gov.)
2.3 Non-Government publications. The following documents form a part of this document to the extent specified herein. Unless otherwise specified, the issues of these documents are those cited in the solicitation or contract.
ASTM B117 - Standard Practice for Operating Salt Spray (Fog) Apparatus
ASTM D609 - Standard Practice for Preparation of Cold-Rolled Steel Panels for Testing
Paint, Varnish, Conversion Coatings, and Related Coating Products (DoD adopted)
ASTM D2240 - Standard Test Method for Rubber Property – Durometer Hardness
ASTM D3278 - Standard Test Methods for Flash Point of Liquids by Small Scale Closed-
Cup Apparatus (DoD adopted)
ASTM F718 - Shipbuilders and Marine Paints and Coatings Product/Procedure Data
Sheet (DoD adopted)
(Copies of these documents are available from ASTM International, 100 Barr Harbor Dr., P.O. Box C700, West Conshohocken, PA 19428-2959 or online at www.astm.org.)
The Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC)
SSPC-SP 3 - Power Tool Cleaning (DoD adopted)
SSPC-SP 11 - Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal (DoD adopted)
(Copies of these documents are available from the Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC), 40 24th Street, 6th Floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 or online at www.sspc.org.)
2.4 Order of precedence. In the event of a conflict between the text of this document and the references cited herein, the text of this document takes precedence. Nothing in this document, however, supersedes applicable laws and regulations unless a specific exemption has been obtained.
3.1 Qualification. The underlay materials furnished under this specification shall be products that are authorized by the qualifying activity for listing on the applicable qualified products list before contract award (see 4.2 and 6.4).
3.2 Composition. Class 1 underlayment materials shall consist of a pre-mixed aggregate and latex powder (that only requires the addition of water at time of installation). Class 2 products shall consist of three components: a resin, hardener, and separate aggregate. The deck covering underlay materials shall be suitable for application with a trowel after mixing by hand or with commonly available mixing tools. No specialized mixing equipment shall be required. Mixing instructions, including any induction times or other requirements, shall be as supplied by the manufacturer. Type I or Type II materials may include a separate primer as part of the system, or may require the deck to be primed prior to underlayment application. Types III and IV materials shall be able to be applied directly to a clean, bare metal substrate without requiring a separate primer (other than a bond coat of the base material without aggregate) while still meeting all the performance requirements of this specification.
3.3 Resin based systems (Class 2 materials). The manufacturer is given their choice of ingredients used in the formation of the resin described in this document. For resin based systems, the allowed proportions for the ratio of resin component to hardener shall be limited to 4:1, 3:1, 2:1, or 1:1 by volume, where manufacturer’s instructions allow products to be mixed in the field by underlayment installers. When mixed and applied in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, the final underlayment system shall be in accordance with all requirements of this specification.
3.4 Application. The deck covering underlay materials shall adhere to the deck or structure on which applied without the use of clips or other devices welded to the deck, or other reinforcement not a part of the compound as mixed for application. Types I and II underlay materials shall be applied to clean steel surfaces which have been primed with Formula 150 in accordance with MIL-DTL-24441 and MIL-DTL-24441/20, MIL-DTL-24441/29 or an alternative primer (e.g. an approved primer under MIL-PRF-23236 or MIL-PRF-24647) if provided by the manufacturer as part of the underlay system. Types III and IV underlay materials shall be applied to a clean, unprimed metal surface, prepared in accordance with SSPC-SP 3 at a minimum.
3.5 Performance requirements.
3.5.1 Toxicity. No component of the underlay system shall have any adverse effect on the health of personnel when used for its intended purpose. The materials used in the underlayment shall have no known carcinogenic or potentially carcinogenic materials identified by OSHA (29 CFR 1990) as regulated carcinogens, the IARC latest Monographs, and the latest Annual Report on Carcinogens of the NTP; and shall have no extremely hazardous substances (EHS) or toxic chemicals identified in 29 CFR 1910.1000, 40 CFR 302, 40 CFR 355, and 40 CFR 372, respectively. The use of any Ozone-Depleting Substance (ODS) in any component of the underlay system under this specification, directly or referenced in any test method, is prohibited. Class I or Class II ozone-depleting chemicals are defined by 40 CFR 82. The manufacturer is responsible for maintaining carcinogenic free, extremely hazardous substance free, and toxic chemical free materials. The manufacturer shall not, unless specific material maximum levels are cited herein, allow the addition of any of these prohibited materials to the formulation. When any of these prohibited materials are/may be present, as a result of being present as a trace or impurity in other ingredient(s), the concentration of the prohibited material shall not exceed 0.01 percent by weight in any component of the underlayment system.
126.96.36.199 Asbestos content. The percent by weight of asbestos in the dry underlayment shall not be in excess of 0.0005% wt as analyzed in accordance with OSHA Validated Analytical Method ID-191, "Polarization Light Microscopy of Asbestos".
188.8.131.52 Metal content. The metal content (soluble and total) of any component of the underlay system shall be less than the values listed in Table I when tested in accordance with 4.5.1. If the test for total metal results in a value less than the soluble metal limit, the soluble metal test need not be conducted. The soluble metal and total metal values shall be reported in Table I results.
TABLE I. Metals content of underlay components.
Metal and its compound in each underlayment dry film
Soluble metal, maximum mg/L (lb/gal)
Total content, maximum % weight Antimony 15.0 (1.3x10-4) 0.015 Arsenic 5.0 (4.2x10-5) 0.005 Barium (excluding barite) 100.0 (8.3x10-3) 0.10 Beryllium 0.75 (6.3x10-6) 0.0002 Cadmium 1.0 (8.3x10-6) 0.0005 Chromium VI compounds 1.0 (8.3x10-6) 0.001 Chromium and chromium III compounds 560.0 (4.7x10-3) 0.56 Cobalt* 50.0 (4.2x10-4) 0.005 Copper 25.0 (2.1x10-4) 0.01 Fluoride salts 180.0 (1.5x10-3) 0.18 Lead 5.0 (4.2x10-5) 0.005 Mercury 0.2 (1.7x10-6) 0.0002 Molybdenum 350.0 (2.9x10-3) 0.035 Nickel 20.0 (1.7x10-4) 0.02 Selenium 1.0 (8.3x10-6) 0.002 Silver 5.0 (4.2x10-5) 0.001 Tantalum 100.0 (8.3x10-4) 0.100 Thallium 7.0 (5.8x10-5) 0.007 Tungsten 100.0 (8.3x10-4) 0.100 Vanadium 24.0 (2.0x10-4) 0.01 Zinc 250.0 (2.1x10-3) 0.25 * Total cobalt content may exceed 0.005 % wt (up to 0.2 % wt) only if a cobalt drier is used to effect proper drying. Regardless of whether a cobalt drier is used, soluble cobalt content may not exceed Table I requirements.
184.108.40.206 Hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). The content of the HAPs solvents in any component of the underlayment system shall not exceed the weight percent (% wt) values listed in Table II. Within these limitations and the requirement that the finished underlay meets all requirements of this specification, solvent selection is the responsibility of the manufacturer. HAP materials are defined by 40 CFR 63.
TABLE II. Hazardous air pollutant solvent content limits. Hazardous solvent in mixed underlayment or its components Maximum % wt Benzene 0.05 Chlorinated solvent(s), total 0.05 Solvents containing fluorine as defined by 40 CFR 82 0.01 Ethyl benzene 0.05 Methyl, Ethyl, and Butyl mono-ethers of ethylene glycol or the acetates thereof, total (also known as methyl, ethyl, and butyl cello solves and methyl, ethyl, and butyl cello solve acetates)
Methyl ethyl ketone (MEK) 0.05 Methyl isobutyl ketone (MIBK) 0.05 Toluene 0.05 Xylene (all forms), total 0.1
220.127.116.11 Volatile organic content (VOC). The VOC of Types I and II underlay systems shall not exceed 250 grams per liter (2.08 pounds per gallon). The VOC of Types III and IV materials shall be 0 grams per liter (0 pounds per gallon).
18.104.22.168 Solvents and thinners. Thinning of VOC compliant underlayment is not allowed. The underlay system components shall be able to be adequately mixed by hand and applied by trowel to the deck at any temperature above 10oC (50 °F) without the addition of thinning agents.
3.5.2 Flash point. The flash point of the underlayment or any component shall not be less than 38 °C (100 °F).
3.5.3 Weight. After the underlayment has fully cured, the material shall not exceed the following maximum weight limits:
a. Type I:
(1) Class 1: 8.54 kilograms per square meter (1.75 pounds per square foot) at a thickness of 6.4
millimeters (0.25 inch). (2) Class 2: 12.2 kilograms per square meter (2.50 pounds per square foot) at a thickness of 6.4
millimeters (0.25 inch).
b. Type II (All Classes): 12.2 kilograms per square meter (2.50 pounds per square foot) at a thickness of 6.4 millimeters (0.25 inch).
c. Type III (All Classes): 4.88 kilograms per square meter (1.00 pound per square foot) at a thickness of 6.4 millimeters (0.25 inch).
d. Type IV (All Classes): 7.81 kilograms per square meter (1.60 pounds per square foot) at a thickness of 6.4 millimeters (0.25 inch).
3.5.4 Resistance to impact. The deck covering underlay materials shall not show visible signs of chipping, cracking, or detachment from the steel plate. There shall be not more than 1.59 millimeters (0.0625 inch) of permanent indentation for Types I, II, and III, and not more than 0.7936 millimeter (0.03125 inch) of permanent indentation for Type IV.
22.214.171.124 Initial Indentation. The percent initial indentation of the deck covering underlay material shall be as follows:
Type I Type II Type III Type IV Class 1 Class 2 Class 1 Class 2 All Classes All Classes Min (%)
126.96.36.199 Residual indentation. The residual indentation of all materials shall not be greater than the following maximum percentages:
Type I Type II Type III Type IV Max (Percent) Max (Percent) Max (Percent) Max (Percent) Material cured 96 hours 38 5 1 1
3.5.6 Resistance to elevated temperatures. The deck covering underlay materials shall not soften detectably by touch, nor have a measured slip greater than 0.7936 millimeter (0.03125 inch).
3.5.7 Resistance to moisture and temperature changes. The deck covering underlay materials shall show no signs of cracking, separation from the steel plate, or corrosion of the steel beneath the underlayment.
3.5.8 Moisture absorption.
188.8.131.52 Type I, Class 1. Type I, Class 1 materials shall not absorb greater than 5 percent of moisture based on its weight at normal atmospheric conditions.
184.108.40.206 Type I, Class 2. Type I, Class 2 materials shall not absorb greater than 2 percent of moisture based on its weight at normal atmospheric conditions.
220.127.116.11 Types II and III. Type II and III materials shall not absorb greater than 1 percent of moisture, based on its weight at normal atmospheric conditions.
18.104.22.168 Type IV. Type IV materials shall not absorb greater than 0.1 percent of moisture, based on its weight at normal atmospheric conditions.
3.5.9 Resistance to chemicals (Types II and III). When tested as specified in 4.5.9, the deck covering underlay material shall not exceed the following changes in weight and volume:
Weight change (Percent maximum)
Volume change (Percent maximum) Oil 6.5 2 JP-5 6.5 2 AFFF (50% solution) 4 2 10% Sulfuric Acid 4 2
3.5.10 Resistance to corrosion. The deck covering underlay material shall not soften or become detached, and the surface of the steel beneath the deck covering underlay material shall show no signs of corrosion, capillary action (wicking), or other water penetration under the underlay.
3.5.11 Fire performance. Deck covering underlay shall meet the fire resistance requirements specified in MIL- STD-1623 for underlay.
3.5.12 Adhesive strength.
22.214.171.124 Initial adhesive strength. The initial adhesive strength of the deck covering underlay materials shall be not less than 1034 kilopascals (150 pounds per square inch).
126.96.36.199 Adhesive strength after aging. The adhesive strength of the deck covering underlay materials after aging shall be not less than 85 percent of the initial adhesive strength.
188.8.131.52 Adhesive strength after exposure. The adhesive strength of the deck covering underlay materials after exposure to moisture and temperature shall be not less than 95 percent of the initial adhesive strength.
3.5.13 Flexibility (Type IV only). Type IV materials shall exhibit no chipping, cracking, or permanent deformation when tested as specified in 4.5.13.
3.5.14 Serviceability. The deck covering underlay material shall satisfactorily perform its function when examined during and after the minimum shipboard service period specified in 4.5.14.
3.5.15 Off-gassing (Grade A only). The underlayment system (including any required primer and/or bond coat) shall be tested for off-gassing in accordance with Chapter 7 of NAVSEA S9510-AB-ATM-010, and shall be certified for and assigned a usage category of either “Limited” or “Permitted” (see 4.5.15 and 6.6).
4.1 Classification of tests. The inspection requirements specified herein are classified as follows:
a. Qualification tests (see 4.2). b. Conformance tests (see 4.3).
4.2 Qualification tests. Qualification tests shall consist of all of the tests listed in Table III and shall be conducted at a laboratory satisfactory to the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA).
4.2.1 Qualification sample. The qualification sample shall be drawn from a production batch and shall consist of enough component materials (e.g., aggregate, hardener, and resin if a resin based system) to create 7.6 liters (2 gallons) of the final mixed underlayment.
4.2.2 Formulation changes. Any change in basic ingredients or manufacturing processes (other than minor changes in pigment concentrations strictly to adjust final underlayment system color) that would affect compliance with this specification must be reported to both the contracting activity and NAVSEA. The Government reserves the right to require that all tests specified in this specification be re-performed on a production batch of the underlayment produced under the new formulation or process before any shipment is accepted. Any formulation change not disclosed to NAVSEA will result in immediate disqualification of the product.
4.3 Conformance tests. Conformance tests shall consist of specific tests identified in Table III.
4.3.1 Lot. All unmixed material of the same type, but not more than a daily production run, offered for delivery at one time, shall be considered a lot for purposes of conformance testing. The addition of any substance to a batch shall constitute a new lot and full conformance testing is required.
4.3.2 Sampling for conformance testing. The contractor shall select a production sample sufficiently large enough to permit the performance of all conformance tests. At a minimum, two containers shall be selected from each lot of rubber latex or two containers of both resin and hardener, and from each lot of underlay powder. From each of the containers, enough material to provide for the application over a 0.8-square meter (9-square foot) area at a thickness of 6.4 millimeters (0.25 inch) (approximate) shall be taken. If testing cannot be performed at the manufacturer’s facilities, two representative packaged samples shall be forwarded to an unaffiliated third party laboratory for verification tests. If the underlay material is to be applied to sample panels at the vendor’s facility and forwarded to an external laboratory for testing, preparation of the panels and application of the underlayment system must be observed by a representative from the Defense Contracts Management Agency (DCMA).
4.3.3 Fire performance testing. A running total of material produced for batches shall be kept. Manufacturers’ records shall be used to determine quantities of material delivered. The fire performance tests of MIL-STD-1623 (see 3.5.11 and 4.5.11) shall be conducted as part of the lot acceptance tests once for every 45,359 kilograms (100,000 pounds) of unmixed material produced for delivery under one or more contracts or orders. If any sample fails any fire performance test, the tests of 4.5.11 shall be run on every subsequent batch until four successive batches have passed all required fire performance tests.
4.3.4 Small lots. Conformance tests shall not be required on any delivery of less than 4535 kilograms (10,000 pounds) of unmixed material. However, deliveries of such small quantities that have not been tested shall be so identified in the manufacturer’s records. Once the accumulated total of such untested deliveries reaches 4535 kilograms (10,000 pounds), sample material shall be selected and subjected to the required conformance tests identified in Table III.
TABLE III. Tests.
9 Qualification testing required
Conformance testing required
Test method paragraph
Toxicity Yes No 3.5.1 4.5.1 Asbestos content Yes No 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 Total and soluble metal content Yes No 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 Hazardous air pollutant (HAP) content Yes No 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 Volatile organic content (VOC) Yes Yes 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 Flash point Yes Yes 3.5.2 4.5.2 Weight Yes Yes 3.5.3 4.5.3 Resistance to impact Yes Yes 3.5.4 4.5.4 Initial indentation Yes Yes 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 Residual indentation Yes Yes 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 Resistance to elevated temperatures Yes No 3.5.6 4.5.6 Resistance to moisture and temperature changes
Yes No 3.5.7 4.5.7
Moisture absorption Yes Yes 3.5.8 4.5.8 Resistance to chemicals Yes No 3.5.9 4.5.9 Resistance to corrosion Yes No 3.5.10 4.5.10 Fire performance Yes Yes (See 4.3.3) 3.5.11 4.5.11 Initial adhesive strength Yes Yes 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11 Adhesive strength after aging Yes No 18.104.22.168 22.214.171.124 Adhesive strength after exposure Yes No 126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 Flexibility (Type IV only) Yes Yes 3.5.13 4.5.13 Serviceability Yes No 3.5.14 4.5.14 Off-gassing (Grade A only) Yes No 3.5.15 4.5.15
4.3.5 Noncompliance. If a sample fails to pass its conformance inspections, the lot shall be rejected and the manufacturer shall notify the cognizant inspection activity of such failure and take corrective action on the materials or processes, or both, as warranted. Acceptance and shipment of the product shall be discontinued until corrective action, suitable to the inspection activity, has been taken. After the corrective action has been taken, conformance inspections shall be repeated on the new lot. In the event of failure after re-inspection, information concerning the failure shall be furnished to the cognizant inspection activity.
4.4 Inspection conditions. Unless otherwise specified (see 6.2), all tests shall be performed under referee conditions for temperature and relative humidity. The term referee conditions shall mean a temperature of 23±1 °C (73±2 °F) and a relative humidity of 50±4 percent. All paint test specimens shall be cured to service in accordance with manufacturer’s ASTM F718 sheet before testing unless otherwise specified (see 6.2).
4.4.1 Test panels and surface preparation. Unless otherwise specified (see 6.2), test panels shall be 150 by 150 by 3 millimeters (6 by 6 by 0.125 inch) cold rolled steel. Test panels shall be preconditioned by exposing the bare metal panels to a salt fog spray for 100 hours in accordance with ASTM B117. Test panels shall then be wiped and degreased in accordance with Method B, C, or D of ASTM D609. The degreased test panels shall be mechanically cleaned in accordance with SSPC-SP 3 on both sides. For direct-to-metal underlayment systems (including all Type III and Type IV products), the panels shall remain unprimed prior to application of the underlayment system. For Type I or II underlayment systems requiring an anti-corrosive primer, the panels shall be primed with the primer included by the manufacturer as part of the underlayment system, or with a primer conforming to MIL-DTL- 24441/20 or MIL-DTL-24441/29 if no specific primer is identified by the manufacturer.
4.5.1 Toxicity. To determine conformance with the requirements of 3.5.1, the material shall be evaluated by the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center using the administrative Health Hazard Assessment (HHA) (see 6.7).
184.108.40.206 Asbestos content. Asbestos content shall be determined on a dry film of the underlayment in accordance with 29 CFR 1915.1001, Appendix K, Method ID-191, and the results shall be recorded as a percent by weight of the dry underlayment film.
220.127.116.11 Soluble and total metal content. Soluble and total metal content, except tantalum and tungsten, shall be determined on a dry paint film of the underlayment in accordance with 40 CFR 261, Appendix II, Method 1311, and the appropriate test listed in Tables IV and V. Tantalum and tungsten soluble metal content and total metal content shall be analyzed as specified in 18.104.22.168.1.
TABLE IV. Test methods for evaluating solid waste physical/chemical methods, EPA SW-846.
Metal/material Digestion test method All metals, except chromium (VI) 3050 Chromium (VI) 3060 Antimony 7040 or 7041 Arsenic 7060 or 7061 Barium 7080 or 7081 Cadmium 7131 Total chromium 7190 Chromium (VI) 7195, 7196, or 7197 Lead 7421 Mercury 7470 or 7471 Nickel 7520 or 7521 Selenium 7740 or 7741 Silver 7760 or 7761
TABLE V. Methods for chemical analysis of water and waste, EPA 600/4-79-020.
Metal/material Test method Beryllium 210.1 or 210.2 Cobalt 219.1 or 219.2 Copper 220.1 or 220.2 Fluoride 340.1, 340.2 or 340.3 Molybdenum 246.1 or 246.2 Thallium 279.1 or 279.2 Vanadium 286.1 or 286.2 Zinc 289.1 or 289.2