Published: Nov 1995
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The objective of a proper surface preparation process is to remove all visible and invisible contaminants thereby providing a sound foundation for the intended lining system. The cleaning process should remove all loose matter, rust, scale, graphitization, chlorides, and produce a uniform surface, conductive to coating longevity.