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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 Historical Document 1994
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Design of oxygen stripping columns that employ natural gas for counter-current stripping. The procedures outlined have been tested in operating plants and proven accurate. Historical Document 1986
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 Historical Document 1998
The choice of corrosion control measures must consider economic factors as well as technical aspects. Methods here presented are tools of engineering and management decision making. Historical Document 1972
Defines the Light Cleaning (WJ-4) degree of surface cleanliness of metallic substrates by the use of waterjet cleaning. One of four (Clean to Bare Substrate, Very Thorough, Thorough, Light).
Achieving effective control of external corrosion on buried or submerged metallic piping systems. Design. Coatings. Cathodic protection. Installation. Interference currents. Costs.
The importance of pipeline electrical isolation in achieving and maintaining adequate, reliable, and economical corrosion control. Types of devices used for isolation; precautions to be observed; and selection of devices…Historical Document 1997
Procedure for on-site measurement of the surface profile of abrasive blast cleaned steel. Compares well with laboratory measurements on surfaces rated as NACE Nos. 1, 2, or 3 standards. Suggestions for implementation. Historical Document 1991
Practices and procedures for providing cathodic protection to the steel bottoms of on-grade storage tanks that are in contact with the electrolyte. Historical document 1993
Design, fabrication, and inspection practices to maintain mechanical integrity and minimize potential occurrence of undetected corrosion in sulfuric acid or oleum storage tanks at atmospheric and low pressure.
Selection and qualification of carbon and low-alloy steels, corrosion-resistant alloys, and other alloys in oil and natural gas production and treatment plants with H2S-environments. With inquiries and responses embedded in the standard. Sold as a downloadable only.
Metallic material requirements for resistance to sulfide stress cracking (SSC) for petroleum production, drilling, gathering and flowline equipment and field processing facilities to be used in H2S-bearing hydrocarbon service. Historical Documents 1998