Thermal spraying -- Zinc, aluminium and their alloys -- Part 1: Design considerations and quality requirements for corrosion protection systems
This standard has been revised by ISO 2063-1:2019
ISO 2063-1:2017 specifies requirements for the protection of iron and steel surfaces against corrosion by applying thermal-sprayed metallic coatings of zinc, aluminium or their alloys.
In ISO 2063-1:2017, requirements for the planning of the corrosion protection system and for the constructive design of the component to be protected are specified, where thermal spraying is intended to be the process for the deposition of the metallic corrosion protection.
Some field-related basic terms are defined and instructions for corrosion behaviour of the zinc and aluminium materials under different environment conditions are provided.
Characteristic properties of the coating, e.g. coating thickness, minimum adhesive strength and surface appearance, are specified and test procedures for thermal-sprayed corrosion protection coatings of zinc, aluminium or their alloys are determined.
ISO 2063-1:2017 is valid for applying thermal-sprayed zinc and aluminium protection coatings against corrosion in the temperature range between ?50 °C to +200 °C, taking into consideration the service conditions of any sealants used. Heat-resistant protective coatings of aluminium are covered by ISO 17834 and are not in the scope of ISO 2063-1:2017.
Other corrosion protection processes, e.g. hot-dip galvanizing (galvanic coating), sherardizing, electroplating or selection and deposition of organic coatings/paints are not in the scope of ISO 2063-1:2017.
Requirements for the manufacturing of thermal-sprayed coatings are specified in ISO 2063‑2.