This standard presents acknowledged practices for the control of external corrosion on offshore steel pipelines. Historical Document 1988
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Procedures for the application of a coating system to the exterior surfaces of steel rail cars…all rail cars in general…some sections will apply to a particular type (e.g., hopper, tank car). Historical Document 1992
Determining the appropriate assessment method for corrosion threats, as a part of a pipeline integrity process. Specifically intended for buried onshore pipelines constructed from ferrous materials.
Five-standards & one-report. Corrosion control for on-grade/underground/submerged metallic pipelines, storage tanks and structures. Electrical isolation. Measurement methods. Full titles and ref. numbers in overview.