5 years anniversary

Report
IPPIC
5 years anniversary at the IMO
IPPIC 4th Global Marine Coatings Forum
Singapore
6-8 November 2012
Ole Borring Sørensen
Hempel A/S
On behalf of
IPPIC PSPC and Anti-fouling Working Groups
5 years anniversary
November 2007:
IMO granted
consultative status
to IPPIC
November 2012:
4th Global Marine
Coatings Forum
IPPIC – a global organization
The IPPIC network Anno 2012
How IPPIC can contribute to IMO
Examples taken from IPPIC’s 2007 application:
• IPPIC can provide global expertise on marine coatings
formulation:
• Independent from the chemical industry
• Unique knowledge on R&D and application of marine
coatings
• Members made major investments in R&D for marine products
• Members are the primary resource for information on the
development and use of ingredients:
• Environmental considerations relating to the use of antifouling systems
• Support of the on-going IMO activity on the AFS Convention
Continued on next slide
How IPPIC can contribute to IMO
Examples taken from IPPIC’s 2007 application:
• IPPIC members possess a wealth of experience in:
• Technical issues
• Environmental issues
• Safety issues associated with protective coatings.
• This expertise is extremely valuable to MSC on performance
standards for marine coatings.
• IPPIC’s network of dangerous goods transport experts can
provide IMO with resources on Specialized Product Shipments
Anti-fouling activities prior to
2007
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
CEPE & JPMA: IMO discussions on the effect of AF use
AFS Convention
AFS
implementation
Various correspondence and working groups
PSPC activities prior to 2007
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
PSPC
Correspondence group
PSPC WG
IACS JWG
IMO recognition
First CEPE representation
WG activities until today
2006
2007
2008
2009
Correspondence groups:
Void spaces, PMA and
COT
2010
2011
2012
IPPIC
JWG
PSPC WG
AF WG
Ballast water management
IMO recognition
IACS JWG/COT
2014
Was there a need for a PSPC WG?
Yes, because:
• We were involved too late
in the PSPC process
• The co-operation within
the industry was not fully
utilized
• We have been few actors
in IMO delegations and in
working groups
• No agreed mandate
We looked for:
• More networking – also
with other interest
groups within the IMO
work
• Thoroughly discussed
policies to the benefit of
everybody
• More shoulders to bear
the workload.
IPPIC activities in IMO
IPPIC has
submitted 15
documents since
2007 – alone or
together with other
organizations
IPPIC submissions
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DE 51/19/3
DE 52/14/1
MEPC 60/13
MEPC 60/4/21
MSC 87/INF.9
MSC 87/7/2
MSC 87/3/8
Sub-Title
Draft Performance Standard for protective coating for cargo oil tanks
of crude oil tankers
Report of Industry JWG/COTCPS Development of Cargo Oil Tank
Coating Performance Standard
The generation of biocide leaching rate estimates for anti-fouling
coatings and their use in the development of proposals to amend
annex 1 of the AFS Convention
The importance of using effective anti-fouling coatings in relation to
greenhouse gas emissions from shipping
Information on coating test development
Comments on the report of the DE Sub-Committee
Proposed entry into force dates for new SOLAS regulation II-1/3-11
on Corrosion protection of cargo oil tanks of crude oil tankers
IPPIC submissions
Paper symbol
Sub-Title
Survey and certification under the AFS Convention – recognized
MEPC 61/14
organizations' type-approval schemes for anti-fouling paints
Amendment (36-12) to the IMDG Code and supplements Revision of
DSC 16/3/5
provisions for allocation of segregation groups to mixtures, solutions or
preparations shipped under N.O.S. entries
DSC 16/3/11
Documentation of technical names for marine pollutants
DSC 16/3/12
Documentation of aquatic and marine pollutants
MEPC 63/INF.9 Information on coating test development
DSC 17/3/1
Documentation of Marine Pollutants
DSC 17/3/2
PP1 loads on roll-on/roll-off ships
MEPC
Considerations regarding testing to ensure compatibility between Ballast
64/INF.21
Water Management Systems and ballast tank coatings
IPPIC finger prints on IMO documents
Standard/guideline
Adopted
Enter into force
MSC.215(82) PSPC for Dedicated Seawater Ballast Tanks in
All Types of Ships and Double-skin Spaces of Bulk Carrier
December
2006
1 July 2008
MSC.244(83) PSPC for void spaces on bulk carriers and oil
tankers
October
2007
Non-mandatory
MSC.1/Circ.1279 Guidelines for corrosion protection of
permanent means of access arrangements
May 2008
Guidelines
May-June
2009
Guidelines
December
2010
May 2010
Mandatory
MSC.1/Circ.1330 Guidelines for Maintenance and Repair of
Protective Coatings
MSC.1/Circ.1381. revised NACE standard SP0508-2010 as
part of modified footnotes in MSC,215(82) and MSC.288(87)
MSC.288(87) PSPC for Cargo Oil Tanks of Crude Oil Tankers
MSC.1/Circ.1399 Guidelines on procedures for in-service
maintenance and repair of coating systems for cargo oil tanks
of crude oil tankers
MEPC.207(62) Guidelines for the control and management of
ships’ biofouling to minimise the transfer of invasive aquatic
species
Invited to apply
on or after 1
January 2011
1 January 2013
June 2011
July 2011
Voluntary
Joint Research Projects
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Comparison of The Effect of Hypochlorite
Solutions on Different Ballast Water Tank
Coatings, September 2012
Comparison of test methods on coatings
for water ballast treatment systems using
chlorine and proposal for test
methodology, TÜV Rheinland Nederland,
September 2012
DE 53, Agenda item 7, Cargo Oil Tank
Coating and Corrosion Protection –
Information on coating test development.
Presentation given during IMO DE 53
meeting, 22 February 2010
Assessment of the influence of the
different constituents in artificial crude oil
mixtures (6 months), July 2010
Working group members
PSPC WG members 2012
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Chugoku
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Hempel
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International Paint
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Jotun
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Kansai Paint

Nippon Paint

Sherwin-Williams

Sigma Coatings (PPG)
Technically highly skilled professionals having the knowledge,
experience and motivation to participate in the activities of the
groups
Working group members
AFWG members 2012
Formulators
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Chugoku
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Hempel
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International Paint
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Jotun

Kansai Paint

Nippon Paint

Sherwin-Williams
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Sigma Coatings (PPG)
Suppliers:
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American Chemet, Bardyke, Dow, Janssen, Lanxess, Lonza,
Nordox, Speiss-Urania
Conclusions
What have the working groups achieved?
• Recognized in IMO as the coatings industry’s true representative
• Contributed to IMO correspondence-, working- and drafting groups
• Contributed to the interpretation of performance standards for
coatings
• Contributed to Guidelines for the Control and Management of
Ships’ Biofouling
Continued on next slide
Conclusions
• Contributed to maintenance and repair guidelines for ballast tanks
and cargo oil tanks
• Obtained acceptance for technically more relevant test standards
for void space coatings
• Obtained an extended implementation period for PSPC/COT
allowing more time for developing and testing complying coatings
• Established co-operation between GESAMP and NACE as regards
corrosion tests for Ballast Water Management systems
5 years anniversary
Thank you to those that
have supported us.
Congratulations to the
IPPIC organization and
those companies and
individuals dedicated to
the work within IMO
Paint – Recognised through ages
Specification for Noah’s Ark:
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Coating: Pitch inside and out
LOA: 140 meter
Breadth moulded: ~23 meter
Draught: ~10 meter
GT: ~15,000 tonnes
•Pitch is black, and ballast tank coatings must be of a light colour
•Pitch is not a hard coating such as epoxy
•No specification for number of coats or thickness of the coating
•Finally, there was nobody there to type approve the pitch and its
manufacturer.
So Noah’s Ark does not meet IMO Res. MSC.215(82)

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