Corrosion inhibition programs used on drilling rigs in different areas. Field tests evaluations of corrosion control of drill pipe, casing, and steel components in contact with various drilling fluids.
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Solvent-free coatings, their application to railcars and use of plural-component spray equipment. Products and equipment. For coating/lining applicators in railcar shops.
Several commercially available galvanic cathodic protection/prevention systems for protecting atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete structures. Principles. Theory. Systems types.
Materials used for receiving, storing, and handling commercial grades of aqueous hydrofluoric acid and anhydrous hydrogen fluoride. Materials avoided. Cost of equipment. Corrosive impurities.
Coating systems for protection of threaded fasteners used with structural steel, piping, and equipment intended minimize the effect of corrosion. TG 148
Several commercially available galvanic cathodic protection/prevention systems for protecting atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete structures. Principles. Theory. System types.
Characteristics of reference electrodes commonly used in atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete structures and the installation methods for same.
Thermal precleaning for tanks, vessels, rail tank cars and hopper cars, and equipment, preparing surfaces for the application of high-performance or high-bake coating and lining systems.
Tests for the evaluation of chemical-based gypsum removers. Includes survey form to acquire data used in this report. Mineral scale control & removing gypsum from oil and gas production systems.
DOWNLOADABLE HISTORICAL DOCUMENT-Requirements to ensure adequate isolation of cathodically protected pipelines, especially those with high-quality dielectric coatings.
Internal corrosion-monitoring techniques for subsea equipment including production and injection systems (wells, jumpers, manifolds, flowlines, risers, storage systems, pipelines, etc.).
Preparation of a protective coating specification for atmospheric service. General description and a review of contents. Selection of coatings. Job and inspection requirements. Format and writing style.