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Client:
VICENTIN EXPORTATION PORT
Argentina. Santa Fe. San Lorenzo. Vicentin Private Port.
Complete Diagnosis of Steel and Concret Structures.

General description
Location / Concret an steel  primary division equipment

Vicentin Private port is located in Km 442 in San Lorenzo city (Santa Fe State) the complete equipment can be devides in:

Concret
Docks, piles, decks, cilindric towers, dophins, stakes,

Steel:
Access bridge, bridges between piles and dolphins, starways and accesories,  transportation structures, t mobile and fixed tolves, suction equipment, galleries betwwen concret towers, derricks, and piping.
 

Port first technical view / Corrosion presence.
The port was constructed in 1986,it  has a good general technical vision presenting initial corrosive processes at different stages in the concret and steel structures .This processes can be seeing in a simple inspection view originated in the non interrupted port activities since the construction was made.

Port complex structures in the heavy duty charge and discharge operations require a clear definitions of the maintenance corrosion schemes to be known ,registered ,repaired and controlled for the future inspection maintenance.

Factor as intense use, kind of raw material charged, clima, enviroment, flow river register created the maintenance duties in surface treatment and surface covering selection of all structures involved in the port operations

For work content idea we show the diagnosis index: 

DIAGNOSIS INDEX:

1. General Description
    1.1. Port location and general description
 
   1.2. General port  technical view / corrosion presence
    1.3. Materials and functions division
           1.3.1. Steel Structures
                  1.3.1.1 Support structures
                  1.3.1.2. Mechanical structures
                  1.3.1.3. Services structures
                  1.3.1.4. Fences
                  1.3.1.5. Piping
                  1.3.1.6. Oil seeds tanks
                  1.3.1.7. Main charge distribution tower
           1.3.2. Concret Structures
                  1.3.2.1. River concret Structures
                  1.3.2.2. Coast
                  1.3.2.3. Ravine
                  1.3.2.4. Industrial plant silos

2. Industrial EnvironmetT
    2.1. Environment aspects
    2.2. Air contamination
          2.2.1. Air in the zone /components/ percentajes
          2.2.2. Air contaminants
    2.3. Description air contaminants
           2.3.1. Carbon monoxid
           2.3.2. Sulfur dioxid
           2.3.3. Nitrogen oxid
    2.4. Air contaminations fountains
           2.4.1. Carbon monoxid creation
           2.4.2. Sulfur oxid creation
           2.4.3. Hydrocarbon contamination origin

3. CLIMA / RIVER FLOWING ACTION/OPERATIVE PORT CHARGE CYCLE
    3.1. Ultraviolet radiation/global/local

4. PHOTOGRAPH COMPLETE CORROSION REGISTER

5. PILE AND STAKE UNION DETAILS
    5.1. South mooring structure
    5.2. Dolphin Nš4
    5.3. Deck Nš2
    5.4. Pile Nš3
    5.5. Dolphin Nš3
    5.6. Pile Nš2
    5.7. Deck Nš1
    5.8. Pile Nš1
    5.9. North mooring structure

6. FLOOR STUCTURES DETAILS

7. PORT CORROSION AND POLUTION
    7.1. Corrosion introduction in Vicentin Pot
    7.2. Corrosive points

8. CORROSION PORT TYPES DETECTED / STEEL CORROSION SYSTEMS
    8.1. Corrosion types present and actives in Vicentin Port evaluation
           8.1.1. Corrosion Batteries
           8.1.2. Galvanic Corrosion
           8.1.3. Cavity corrosion
           8.1.4. Pitting Corrosion
           8.1.5. Corrosion under steel lamination
    8.2. Corrosion control application systems
           8.2.1. Cathodic protection
           8.2.2. Corrosion inhibitors
           8.2.3. Anticorrosive coverings
           8.2.4. Construction material project selection

9. ANTICORROSIVE COVERINGS AND EXISTING SURFACES
    9.1. Anticorrosive covering costs
    9.2. Anticorrosive protection ways
          9.2.1. Waterproofing barrier
          9.2.2. Pasivation
          9.2.3. Cathodic protection
    9.3. Covering basic Components
    9.4. Covering Components description
           9.4.1. Resins
           9.4.2. Aditives
           9.4.3. Pigments

9.5. Eficiency corrosive coverings

9.6. Corrosive coverings specifications

9.7.Covering system criteria selection

9.8. Inspections
       9.8.1. Corrosive covering failures

10. Surface treatment
     10.1. Steel treatment guide SSPC
     10.1.1. Abrasion cleanning
 
11. Concret surfaces port Treatment
     11.1. Cleanning methods
     11.2. Piles and dolphins floors treatments /Concret microorganism
     11.3. Products action  attaks for concret structures / Port prevention
     11.4. Chemical agents attaking list for  concret port structrures

12.Covering system application approved
     12.1. Aspersion systems/others

13. Covering Types /Providers /Characteristics
     13.1. Generic coverings clasification
              13.1.1. air dryed one component
              13.1.2. air dryed two components

14. Existing covering thikness
     14.1.  IRAM 1109 norms values
     14.2.  % existing covering table/ Iram adherence value

15. Adherence levels

16. Ph measurement concret port structures
     16.1. test conditions
     16.2. value table
     16.3. conclusions

17. Surfaces estimation /General/Sectors/%

18. Color norms IRAM DEF/D/ 1054
     18.1.Piping identifications