JANUARY 31 2003
standards, holiday detector, paint test kit).
(h) Coordinate requirements for coating
operations with the BCCE, SABER contractor, and general
contractors as required to ensure adequate corrosion control
Forward all test data to the BCCE for filing
(7) Corrosion control craftsmen will perform tasks
necessary to accomplish corrosion control to the maximum extent
possible in their areas of responsibility. Areas that may
require a corrosion control craftsman include:
(a) Potable water systems and treatment corrosion
control craftsman will (OPR: Infrastructure Support Element):
1. Perform raw analysis every three years.
Accomplish by contract if capability not available on base.
2. Record treatment performed daily on AF
Form 1461, Water Utility Operating Log.
Determine and record consumption monthly.
4. Maintain water treatment logs in Facility
62515, Water and Waste Building, for review by the BCCE.
5. Use AF Form 1687, Leak/Failure Data
Record, as appropriate and forward to the BCCE.
6. Monitor water distribution systems
pressure meters hourly to determine possible water leaks.
(b) Boiler water systems and treatment corrosion
control craftsman will (OPR: Zonal Maintenance Elements):
1. Maintain complete records of boiler water
treatment daily on AF Form 1459, Water Treatment Operating Log
for Steam and Hot Water Boilers. This will include:
Internal Treatment (chemicals).
External Treatment (deaerators,
Test make-up water, quantity and quality
Check for leaks in steam valves, flanges