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Test method to evaluate coatings w/conductive carbon pigmentation as Cathodic Protection (CP) anodes on atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete. Anode coatings are not to provide a protective barrier. HISTORICAL DOCUMENT
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This NACE standard test method describes a reliable measuring methodology for determining the gouge resistance of coating systems used on buried ferrous metal pipelines.
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 Historical Document 1986
Evaluation of the performance of offshore atmospheric and splash zone coating systems on platforms. Fixed-leg, semi-submersible, tension-leg, and floating production storage and offloading (FPSOs).
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Characteristics of hot dip galvanized coatings, designing and specifying, quality control aspects, post treatment, and working with the galvanizer. 1983 by NACE, softbound, 35 pages, two tables, 24 figures, index.