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TM0183--HD1993-SG Evaluation of Internal Plastic Coatings for Corrosion Control of Tubular Goods in an Aqueous Flowing Environment-HD1993

Test method…to evaluate and compare the corrosion protection that various internal plastic coatings afford oilfield tubular goods…with flowing water at a given velocity under controlled temperatures for a specified period of time. Historical Document 1993

Product Number: 21213-HD1993
Author: NACE International
Publication Date: 1993
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This test method was written to provide manufacturers, applicators, and users of internal pipe coatings with a method of comparing the performance of these coatings. This method is not intended to correlate with any field performance but merely provides a means of comparing samples of internally coated tubing or line pipe under identical flowing water conditions.

This standard was prepared by Work Group T-1G-6b of Unit Committee T-1G on Protective Coatings and Nonmetallic Materials for Oilfield Use and issued by NACE in 1983 under the auspices of Group Committee T-1 on Corrosion Control in Petroleum Production. This standard was reviewed and reaffirmed by Unit Committee T-1G in March 1988 and September 1993.

1.1 The test method given in this standard can be used to evaluate and compare the corrosion protection that various internal plastic coatings afford oilfield tubular goods. Under this method, random samples are tested with flowing water at a given velocity under controlled temperatures for a specified period of time.

 Historical Document 1993

This test method was written to provide manufacturers, applicators, and users of internal pipe coatings with a method of comparing the performance of these coatings. This method is not intended to correlate with any field performance but merely provides a means of comparing samples of internally coated tubing or line pipe under identical flowing water conditions.

This standard was prepared by Work Group T-1G-6b of Unit Committee T-1G on Protective Coatings and Nonmetallic Materials for Oilfield Use and issued by NACE in 1983 under the auspices of Group Committee T-1 on Corrosion Control in Petroleum Production. This standard was reviewed and reaffirmed by Unit Committee T-1G in March 1988 and September 1993.

1.1 The test method given in this standard can be used to evaluate and compare the corrosion protection that various internal plastic coatings afford oilfield tubular goods. Under this method, random samples are tested with flowing water at a given velocity under controlled temperatures for a specified period of time.

 Historical Document 1993