Preservation, lay-up, and mothballing of equipment, systems, and industrial facilities. Reference for engineers, project managers, plant managers, and maintenance crews. Economical, high-performance corrosion prevention. 2013 Cortec Corp.
Chemical corrosion inhibitors. For refineries; oil and gas production; petrochemical plants; chemical industry; tank ships; potable water, cooling systems, desalination, acid systems; automobiles; boilers. MIC. Pulp & paper industry. 1973 NACE
Improvements in technology to chemically clean industrial equipment. Includes: organic acid & chelant solvents, new inhibitors, improved techniques for removing refinery/chemical plant deposits & chemical mechanisms of many current processes. 2000 NACE
Surface preparation. Salt contaminated abrasive. Effect of peak density on performance. Galvanizing. Silane-modified, polyurea & powder coatings. On dry spray. Polyaspartics. Scientific background & advice. Theory & applications. 2009 Wiley
Solving corrosion problems & making material selections for waste incinerators. Forty papers, 4 sections: Municipal waste. Industrial and hazardous waste. New alloys and testing. Air pollution control equipment. 1992 NACE
Design, materials, and installation procedures that to attain long-term service from a variety of polymer flooring systems. For manufacturers, specifiers, applicators, and facility owners who specify protective polymer flooring systems for concrete.
This standard is confined to water jetting - which makes use of ultra-high pressure water that is nonabrasive. Four levels of visible post-cleaning condition and three levels of non-visible condition are defined.
Requirements for preparation of concrete surfaces prior to the application of protective coating or lining systems. Applicable to cast-in-place floors and walls, precast slabs, masonry walls, and shotcrete surfaces.
Requirements for preparation of concrete surfaces prior to the application of protective coating or lining systems. applicable to: cast-in-place floors and walls, precast slabs, masonry walls, and shotcrete surfaces.
Corrosion control guidelines for structures of steel reinforced portland cement concrete. Corrosion criteria during design. Tests of soil and water pH, resistivity, chlorides, sulfates, sulfides, bacteria, etc. Historical Document 1987
"Monolithic surfacing" means a continuous floor coating with a minimum thickness of 40 mil (1 mm). Surfacing formulation will usually include a filler or aggregate and a resinous binding agent. Historical Document 1976
Cathodic protection (CP) of reinforcing steel in concrete structures. Impressed current CP systems for atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete. Not valid for pre-stressed. Historical Document 1990