PSPC

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AcronymDefinition
PSPCPuget Sound Psychiatric Center (Bothell, WA)
PSPCPerthshire Solicitors Property Centre (UK)
PSPCPalm-Size PC
PSPCPublic Service Pension Centre (pension plan; Canada)
PSPCPolystyrene Packaging Council
PSPCPosition Sensitive Proportional Counters (ROSAT)
PSPCPartido Socialista del Pueblo de Ceuta (Spanish: Socialist Party of the People of Ceuta)
PSPCPanay State Polytechnic College (Mambusao, Capiz, Philippines)
PSPCPublic Schools Personnel Cooperative (Olympia, Washington)
PSPCPerformance Standard for Protective Coating
PSPCPrairie Storm Prediction Centre (Winnipeg, Canada)
PSPCPeel Student Presidents' Council (Ontario, Canada)
PSPCPakistan Security Printing Corporation Pvt Limited
PSPCPermanent South Pacific Commission (UN)
PSPCPrinsep Street Presbyterian Church (Singapore)
PSPCPublic Sector Partnering Contract
PSPCParallel Sampling, Parallel Correction
PSPCParry Sound Pistol Club (Canada)
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Ship builders and owners can now better choose how they meet productivity and performance targets and comply with the IMO's Performance Standard for Protective Coatings (PSPC) and new regional regulations limiting VOC emissions, such as the EU's Solvents Emissions Directive," said Brown.
Lloyd's Register offered the first training course designed to qualify coating inspectors employed at China's leading shipyards to meet the global requirements for the Performance Standard for Protective Coatings (PSPC).
In other developments, International Paint announced that its principal anticorrosive primers and shop primers have successfully passed the very demanding IMO PSPC COT (the International Maritime Organisation's Performance Standard for Protective Coatings of Cargo Oil Tanks) laboratory tests in accordance with the IMO MSC.
The new Performance Standard for Protective Coatings (PSPC) from the International Maritime Organization now requires that all coatings designated for use in sea water ballast tanks meet certain minimum standards.
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