Key qualification and testing requirements, as well as a full implementation process as outlined within the ASME PCC-22, Article 4.1, Nonmetallic Composite Repair Systems: High Risk Applications.
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Performance of 36 nonmetallics in 803 corrosive environments. Ratings: “recommended,” “questionable,” or “not recommended”. Time designations. Weight loss or gain. Tensile-strength retention. 1975 NACE
Guidelines and a worksheet to be used in selecting nonmetallic seal materials for oilfield applications. Formalizes procedures for how chemical, thermal, and pressure conditions must be outlined. Historical Document 1991
This worksheet was developed with the intent of aiding both the manufacturer and end user of nonmetallic seal systems. It was designed to guide the end user in providing in-service environmental conditions to the manufacturer so that the best available materials can be used for these conditions.