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RP0194-HD1994-SG Criteria and Test Methods for Cathodic Protection of Lead Sheath Cable-HD1994

Recommended practice: Procedures for the control of external corrosion on underground conduit systems and direct buried lead-covered cables.

Historical Document 1994

Product Number: 21062-HD1994
Author: NACE International
Publication Date: 1994
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1.1 This recommended practice presents recognized procedures for the control of external corrosion on underground conduit systems and direct buried lead-covered cables under the following headings:

  • Section 2: Determination of Need for Corrosion Control
  • Section 3: Criteria for Cathodic Protection
  • Section 4: Special Considerations
  • Section 5: Test Methods and Designs for Each Criterion
  • Section 6: Equipment Required for Testing Criteria for Cathodic Protection
  • Section 7: Control of Corrosion Currents
  • Section 8: Corrosion Control Records

1.2 This recommended practice serves as a guide for establishing minimum requirements for control of all types of lcorrosion in the following systems:

  • 1.2.1 New or existing lead sheath cables located in underground conduit systems.
  • 1.2.2 New or existing lead sheath cables buried directly in the earth.
  • 1.2.3 Other systems, including existing cables bonded to cables with polyethylene jackets and with varying types of shields

Historical Document 1994

1.1 This recommended practice presents recognized procedures for the control of external corrosion on underground conduit systems and direct buried lead-covered cables under the following headings:

  • Section 2: Determination of Need for Corrosion Control
  • Section 3: Criteria for Cathodic Protection
  • Section 4: Special Considerations
  • Section 5: Test Methods and Designs for Each Criterion
  • Section 6: Equipment Required for Testing Criteria for Cathodic Protection
  • Section 7: Control of Corrosion Currents
  • Section 8: Corrosion Control Records

1.2 This recommended practice serves as a guide for establishing minimum requirements for control of all types of lcorrosion in the following systems:

  • 1.2.1 New or existing lead sheath cables located in underground conduit systems.
  • 1.2.2 New or existing lead sheath cables buried directly in the earth.
  • 1.2.3 Other systems, including existing cables bonded to cables with polyethylene jackets and with varying types of shields

Historical Document 1994