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Electrical testing to determine the presence and number of discontinuities in a coating film performed on a nonconductive coating applied to a conductive surface. Historical document 1999
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Characteristics of water blasting methods. Equipment required. Operating procedures. Safety precautions and methods. Time requirement tables. Classifications of items, structures and surface conditions successfully cleaned. Historical Document 1972
Achieving effective control of external corrosion on buried or submerged metallic piping systems. Design. Coatings. Cathodic protection. Installation. Interference currents. Costs.
Requirements for "Brush-Off" - one of five levels of cleanliness of steel surfaces achieved by blast cleaning with the use of abrasives. (White Metal, Near-White Metal, Commercial, Industrial, Brush Off)
Acceptable practices for the design, fabrication, installation, and maintenance of steel-cased metallic pipelines. For use by personnel in the pipeline industry.
Defines Thorough Cleaning (WJ-3) degree of surface cleanliness of metallic substrates by use of waterjet cleaning. One of four (Clean to Bare Substrate, Very Thorough, Thorough, Light).
Requirements for "Commercial" - one of five levels of cleanliness of steel surfaces achieved by blast cleaning with the use of abrasives. (White Metal, Near-White Metal, Commercial, Industrial, Brush Off)
This standard describes a procedure for the application of a coating system to the interior surfaces of new and used rail tank cars that transport various liquid commodities. Historical Document 1995
A laboratory test for determining the abrasion resistance of thin film (<10 mils (254 microns)) baked coatings/linings on the inner walls (bores) of oil field steel tubings by abrasion produced with falling sand. Historical Document 1986
Appropriate inspection requirements to verify compliance to a specification. It is not intended to address the selection of a coating or to specify surface preparation and application requirements.
Test method for the detection of holidays in a nonconductive coating film (of 10 mil [0.25 mm] thickness or less) that has been applied to the inner wall of oil field tubular goods. Apparatus. Procedures. Reporting methods. Historical Document 1989
Defines the Clean to Bare Substrate (WJ-1) degree of surface cleanliness of coated or uncoated metallic substrates achieved by the use of waterjet cleaning. Other degrees listed in overview below.