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51316-7312-Changes in Test Methodology to Reflect the Changes Within the Oil and Gas Linings Market

Traditional internal lining schemes for the storage/transport of crude oil & refined fuels may no longer be appropriate. The aggressive nature of crude oil (high temp. & more sour), high purity refined products & increased use of biofuels demand better linings & more certain test results. The focus of this paper is to review the trends in test methodology from the early 1990’s to present.

Product Number: 51316-7312-SG
ISBN: 7312 2016 CP
Author: Michael Harrison
Publication Date: 2016
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Changing conditions in the Oil and Gas industry are yielding greater corrosion protection challenges to the owners and operators of refineries, terminals, pipelines, railcars etc. Internal lining schemes which have traditionally been used for the storage and transport of crude oil and refined fuels may no longer be appropriate. The aggressive nature of crude oil (higher temperatures and more sour nature), high purity refined products and the increased use of biofuels globally necessitate the demand for better linings and more certain test results. This alone would be a challenge, but alongside this is the need to consider the increased responsibilities with regard to the environment (emissions and waste disposal) and the safety of the applicators and users of protective coatings. The focus of this paper is to review the trends in test methodology from the early 1990’s to present.

Key words: Downloadable, Tank linings, Autoclave, Pressurized Atlas Cell, Atlas Cell, Immersion, Test protocols, Adhesion.

 

Changing conditions in the Oil and Gas industry are yielding greater corrosion protection challenges to the owners and operators of refineries, terminals, pipelines, railcars etc. Internal lining schemes which have traditionally been used for the storage and transport of crude oil and refined fuels may no longer be appropriate. The aggressive nature of crude oil (higher temperatures and more sour nature), high purity refined products and the increased use of biofuels globally necessitate the demand for better linings and more certain test results. This alone would be a challenge, but alongside this is the need to consider the increased responsibilities with regard to the environment (emissions and waste disposal) and the safety of the applicators and users of protective coatings. The focus of this paper is to review the trends in test methodology from the early 1990’s to present.

Key words: Downloadable, Tank linings, Autoclave, Pressurized Atlas Cell, Atlas Cell, Immersion, Test protocols, Adhesion.

 

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