Sierra Army Depot
STATEMENT OF WORK: PORTABLE MANNED PAINT BOOTH FOR PAINTING
HUMVEE ARMOR
SECTION I – TABLE OF CONTENT
Definitions
Introduction
Scope of Work
Description of service
Working Hours
Timely Performance
Paint Booth Specification
Paint Process
Supplies and equipment
Fire Protection Requirements
Drying Paint
Shelters
Length of Contract
SECTION II – DEFINITIONS
AoA - Add on Armor
ACGIH - Industrial Ventilation Manual, 27th Edition
UFC 3-410-04N, - Industrial Ventilation, 25 October 2004
ANSI Z9.3-2007, - Spray Finishing Operations – Safety Code for Design, Construction,
and Ventilation
CARC - CHEMICAL AGENT RESISTANT COATING
CLEAN – The absence of dirt, litter, debris, dust, surface marks, fingerprints, spills, oils,
gum, grime, film, stains, streaks, spots, blemishes, chemical residue, and/or any other
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foreign matter or chemical residue that cannot be removed without permanently
damaging the underlying surface.
EPA – Environmental Protection Agency
Hand Preparation – The removal of loosely adhering scale, rust, and old paint coatings
by using wire brushing, sanding, grinders, and scraping. Also includes tightly adhering
rust on armor surfaces. Pneumatic Hand Tools can be used.
Humvee Armor - A level of protection on the High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled
Vehicle (HMMWV) commonly known as the Humvee.
JOB-SITE - The area within the depot property lines or portions of such area, which are
defined within the contract.
MIL-DTL-53072E - CHEMICAL AGENT RESISTANT COATING (CARC) SYSTEM
APPLICATION PROCEDURES AND QUALITY CONTROL INSPECTION. Document
covers the requirements for application and inspection of the CARC systems used on
military equipment.
MIL-DTL-53030D, Type II – HAPS Free Waterborne Epoxy Primer
MIL-DTL- 64159B, Type II – Waterborne Polyurethane Chemical Agent Resistant
Coating
MSDS - Material Safety Data Sheet
NFPA – National Fire Protection Association
NFPA 33-2011, Spray Application Using Flammable or Combustible Materials
National Guard Design Guides, 2009
PPE - Personal Protective Equipment
OSHA - U. S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration
PRIMARY DEPOT OPERATING HOURS – SIAD Depot are operational to base
personal 24 hours a day. The hours of 6:30 AM through 5:00 PM PST/DST, daily 365
days a year (includes weekend and excluding holidays) is considered primary depot
operating hours for the PAINT department.
QUALITY ASSURANCE - A means by which the Authority is able to confirm that the
quantity and quality of services received conformed to Contract requirements. These
methods/procedures are not intended to aid the Contractor in the performance of the
Contract requirements and shall not be a substitute for Contract quality control.
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QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM - A method used by the Contractor to assure that
quality services are provided to satisfy the Contract requirements.
SERVICES - Includes services performed, workmanship, and material furnished or
utilized in the performance of services.
SIAD – Sierra Army Depot
STATE - The Commonwealth of California
TM 43-0139 – Technical manual painting instructions for army material.
UFC 3-410-04N, - Industrial Ventilation, 25 October 2004
VOC - Abbreviation for volatile organic compound.
29 CFR 1926.57, - Ventilation
29 CFR 1910.94, - Ventilation
29 CFR 1910.107, - Spray finishing using flammable and combustible materials
SECTION III – INTRODUCTION
SIAD (Sierra Army Depot) is responsible for all operations within the depot. SIAD is a
United States Army post located near the unincorporated community of Herlong,
California 55 miles (89 km) northwest of Reno, NV and 40 miles (64 km) southeast of
Susanville, CA. Sierra Army Depot is in the highest desert plain east of the Sierra
Nevada mountains at an elevation of 4,200 feet (1,300 m).
Add on Armor (AoA) is being refurbished after removal from tactical vehicles. The
refurbishment will prepare AoA Kits for future contingencies. Contractors will be
required to take prepositioned armor plates (Flat Armor only) on skids, process them
through the complete TM 43-0139 painting process, and return them to the staging
area.
SECTION IV – SCOPE OF WORK
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DESCRIPTION OF SERVICE
To supply all necessary supplies, equipment, temporary paint booth, and temporary
preparation shelter(s) to refurbish AoA to battle ready condition in accordance with TM
43-0139, Painting instructions for Army material. Contractor will comply with all local,
state, and federal laws. Contractor will also comply with OSHA, 29 CFR 1926.66, 29
CFR 1910, EPA, NFPA agencies and associations.
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WORKING HOURS
SIAD Paint Shop normal working hours – Week Day Shift 6:30AM to 5:00PM; Week
Evening shift – 4:00PM to 2:30AM; Weekend Days Shift 6:30AM to 5:00PM.
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TIMELY PERFORMANCE
All production must meet scheduled due dates set by production route standards.
Production standard for large parts is .576 hours per piece and for small is .232 hours
per piece. On average 61 % of all AoA are small parts. Number of AoA to paint is
unlimited.
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PAINT BOOTH SPECIFICATIONS
Paint Booth: minimum inside work area of 17 feet wide, 27 feet long, 9 feet high
(product cart size 10 feet wide and 20 feet long),Compressed air for painting tools,
breathing air for respirators (UFC). Paint booth design in accordance with the following:
-410-04N, Industrial Ventilation, 25 October 2004
Z9.3-2007, Spray Finishing Operations – Safety Code for Design, Construction,
and Ventilation
-2011, Spray Application Using Flammable or Combustible Materials
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PAINT PROCESS
AoA is being refurbished after removal from tactical vehicles. The refurbishment will
prepare AoA Kits for future contingencies. Potential contractors would be required to
take prepositioned armor plates (Flat Armor only), process them through the complete
CARC painting process, and return them to a staging area.
The Painting process is in accordance with TM 43-0139, Painting instructions for Army
material, MIL-DTL-53072D Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) System
Application Procedures and Quality Control Inspection, IAW TB 43-0213 Corrosion
Prevention & Control for Tactical Vehicles, and TB 43-0242 CARC Painting Reference
TM 43-0139, Painting and Stenciling Instructions for Army Material. This would include
racking armor plates for booth entry, surface preparation by hand sanding and masking,
priming all bare metal surfaces using epoxy primer MIL-DTL-53030D Type II, painting
all surfaces with CARC MIL-DTL-64159B and stacking completed material on skids for
pickup by SIAD. MIL-DTL-64159B Type II Tan CARC will be used unless otherwise
requested. These armor plates weigh between 5-150 lbs each
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The SIAD shall provide the Humvee Armor, primer, paint and access to electrical power.
The Contractor shall provide all manpower, tools, supplies, transportation, air, ladders,
lifts, forklifts, carts to move material, drop cloths, barricades, signs, spray equipment,
and all equipment incidentals to and necessary for the performance of all painting
services and surface preparation described in this Contract. All other consumable
materials will also be the responsibility of the contractor, to include cleaning solvents,
sand paper and rags. Contractor to supply all PPE, including ear protection, eye
protection, gloves, respirators, steel toe boots, Tyvek, and other equipment necessary
to complete contract.
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FIRE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS
Dedicated fire suppression system is required for paint booth.
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ELECTRICAL
SIAD shall provide access to electrical up to 480 volts 3-phase. The contractor will
have the responsibility connecting to temporary electrical breaker box.
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DRYING PAINT
The contractor will supply equipment and method to dry paint in order to achieve timely
performance.
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SHELTERS
The contractor shall supply all shelters and paint booth to prep, paint, dry, and protect
WIP.
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LENGTH OF CONTRACT
2 year contract with 2 – 1 year extension options.
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