Control of external corrosion on buried/submerged metallic piping systems and other structures. Use of electrically insulating coatings, electrical isolation, and cathodic protection as corrosion control methods for existing bare, existing coated, and new piping systems. Interference currents. Historical Document 1976
The cathodic protection criteria in this standard for achieving effective control of external corrosion on buried or submerged metallic piping systems are also applicable to other buried metallic structures. The standard includes information on determining the need for corrosion control; piping system design; coatings; cathodic protection criteria and design; installation of cathodic protection systems; and control of interference currents. The cost of corrosion control is also addressed in the appendixes. This standard is cited in the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 49. “Transportation of Natural and Other Gas by Pipeline: Minimum Federal Safety Standards,” Part 195, so it is being made available by NACE at no cost to those who have to comply with it.PRINTED HARD COPIES REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 7-10 DAYS FOR PROCESSING BEFORE SHIPPING.
Standard for achieving effective control of external corrosion on buried or submerged metallic piping systems or other buried metallic structures. System design. Coatings. Cathodic protection criteria & installation. Control of interference currents.
PRINTED HARD COPIES REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 7-10 DAYS FOR PROCESSING BEFORE SHIPPING.