Electroless nickel is a term used to describe plating of a nickel-alloy coating onto a suitable substrte by chemical reduction. The process is sometimes also called autocatalytic nickel or chemical nickel, especially in Europe. HISTORICAL DOCUMENT
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为钢质液舱/储罐、船舶/容器以及其它密闭空间的 涂装/加衬里所进行的表面处理、施工和 固化过程中的减湿和温度控制 How dehumidification and temperature control are being used to achieve higher-quality coating/lining projects.
The problem of nonextractable chlorides on refinery equipment and lessons learned. A resource for refining, production & chemical-treatment suppliers for preventing corrosion at refineries.
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.
Corrosion information for engineers, designers, consultants involved in the design, maintenance, and rehabilitation of structures with steel pile foundations.
Methods used in the oil and gas industry to test and mitigate under deposit corrosion (UDC) in pipeline environments.
Recent experience from nuclear power plants indicates that degradation of buried piping is occurring in at least some plants and represents an issue requiring the attention of the nuclear industry.
Solvent-free coatings, their application to railcars and use of plural-component spray equipment. Products and equipment. For coating/lining applicators in railcar shops.
Operation of a cooling tower. Chemical, physical, and microbiological monitoring. For technical staff and operation, engineering, maintenance & sales personnel.
Predicting corrosion rates. Areas of vulnerability in the distillation equipment associated with hydroprocessing units. Corrosion rate and materials data from hydroprocessing units compared to previous data.
Forming a successful Underground Corrosion-Control Coordinating Committee. Organizing meeting minutes and personnel directories. Samples of eight documents, including bylaws and reporting forms. Free. HISTORICAL DOCUMENT
This state-of-the-art report presents methods of indentifying corrosion in power and communications manholes and identifies methods used to mitigate the effects of corrosion within the confines of the manhole.