Defines the Thorough Cleaning (WJ-3) degree of surface cleanliness - one of four levels (WJ- 1,2,3,4) achieved by the use of waterjet cleaning.
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Acknowledged techniques in the use of holiday detector equipment on pipeline coatings prior to lowering-in operations, Includes a table of recommended voltages for various coating thicknesses. Historical Document 1974
HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. This NACE Standard Recommended Practice was prepared by NACE Task Group T-6-2. This Standard is intended to update NACE Publication 6F166, "Recommended Practices for Inspecitons of Linings on Steel, which was prepared by Task Group T-6F-3 in July, 1966. This Standard addresses steps required for inspecting a lining on steel or concrete.
Rail industry in-house training and employer qualification of coatings inspectors. Recommended criteria for qualification. Training topics. Reference publications.
Procedures for applying liquid coatings to the interior of various types of oilfield production equipment used primarily for the processing and storage of corrosive fluids in oilfield operations. Historical Document 1994
Guidelines specific to the railcar industry for the in-house training and employer administered qualification of one level of coating inspection qualification. Historical Document 1998
Qualifying and controlling the quality of plant-applied, single-layer fusion-bonded epoxy (FBE) coatings to the external surfaces of carbon steel pipe. Proper application, inspection and repair. NOTE: NACE SP0394-2013—Editorial corrections were made to Table 3 and Table 4 in 2018-04-04.
Defines the Very Thorough Cleaning (WJ-2) degree of surface cleanliness - one of four levels (WJ- 1,2,3,4) achieved by the use of waterjet cleaning.
This standard, SSPC-SP 7 (WAB)/NACE WAB-4, defines the "Brush-Off" level of surface cleanliness for wet abrasive methods. One of five wet abrasive (WAB) levels: (White Metal, Near-White Metal, Commercial, Industrial, Brush-Off)
Control de corrosión en tanques subterráneos mediante protección catodÍca (CP). Tanques de acero dulce y partes metálicas . Criterios, diseño, instalacción, mantenimiento.
Presents guidelines for cathodic protection of reinforcing steel in concrete structures. The guidelines are limited to impressed current cathodic protection systems for new or existing atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete and are not intended for application to prestressed concrete. Criteria described include 100 mV polarization development/decay, statistical distribution analysis, and E-log I analysis.
This standard, SSPC-SP 14 (WAB)/NACE WAB-8, defines the "Industrial" level of surface cleanliness for wet abrasive methods. Other levels in overview below.