w/INT. AMENDMENT 1
5.2.2. Special Marking. DELETED
188.8.131.52. User instruction marking. DELETED
184.108.40.206. Type I special marking. DELETED
220.127.116.11. Type II special marking. DELETED
5.2.3. Data Sheet. DELETED
5.2.4. Color of Labels. DELETED
5.2.5. Precautionary markings. DELETED
(This section contains information of a general or explanatory nature that may be helpful but is not
6.1. Intended use. This specification covers a high grade, acrylic, water bound, emulsion type (latex)
enamel. Type I is intended for use where the VOC content shall not be greater than 340 g/L and type II is intended
for use where VOC shall not be greater than 250 g/L (see 1.2). Paints to this specification are intended for use over
primed metal, particularly on smooth, exterior metal, such as ship exterior topside metalwork and equipments. It is
intended to be highly weather resistant, and characterized by excellent color and gloss retention, good drying,
freedom from after tack, and good flexibility. The enamel may be applied with brush, roller or spray. This enamel
is not intended for painting ship interior bulkheads or overheads; it is not fire-retardant.
6.1.1. Additional intended uses. Some additional intended uses of the enamel meeting this specification are
for machinery, refinishing trucks and buses, passenger and freight cars, metal drums, metal signs, metal railing and
fences, marine use above water, metal trim (exterior), metal sidings, metal doors and bucks, metal structures
(exterior), and properly primed wood (exterior).
6.2. Acquisition requirements.
Title, number, and date of this specification.
Color desired (see 1.1, 3.7.1 and table V).
Type and class of enamel required (see 1.2)
d. Issue of DoDISS to be cited in the solicitation, and if required, the specific issue of individual
documents referenced (see 2.2.1 and 2.3).
QPL number and requirement qualification (see 3.1)
Level of packaging, level of packaging and packaging acquisition options required (see 5.1).
When fire retardant treated lumber and plywood is not required (see 5.1a)
Class of fire retardant fiberboard required (see 5.1b)
Size of container required (see 5.1.1).
Required marking (see 5.2, 5.2.1 and 5.2.2)