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TM0187-HD1998-SG Evaluating Elastomeric Materials in Sour Gas Environments-HD1998

Test method to measure the ability of elastomeric materials to withstand static exposure to elevated pressure and vapor phase sour gas environments, e.g., gaseous hydrocarbons with hydrogen sulfide…Historical Document 1998

Product Number: 21220-HD1998
ISBN: 1-57590-056-4
Author: NACE International
Publication Date: 1998
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This standard test method was prepared to serve as a tool in the process of evaluating elastomeric materials for use in the oilfield and other energy-related areas where sour gaseous environments are encountered. It is an accelerated aging procedure similar to ASTM471, 1 with additional information on sour environment testing under pressures greater than atmospheric pressure. It is intended for use by anyone investigating the use of elastomeric materials in sour gas environments. By using the specified test conditions, data from separate laboratories that utilize this test method may be compared. No technical organization is known to have issued a comparable standard test method. This method is useful in conducting research and development of elastomeric vulcanites. This standard was originally prepared in 1987 and revised in 1992 by Task Group T-1G-17, a component of Unit Committee T-1G on Protective Coatings, Elastomers, and Other Nonmetallic Materials for Oilfield Use. It was reaffirmed by T-1G in 1998 and is published by NACE International under the auspices of Group Committee T-1 on Corrosion Control in Petroleum Production. These committees are composed of industry representatives including consumers, producers, and interested individuals.

 

1.1 This standard establishes a test method to measure the ability of elastomeric materials to withstand static exposure to elevated pressure and vapor phase sour gas environments, e.g., gaseous hydrocarbons with hydrogen sulfide (H2S), and is not designed to be an immersion or a functional test. It is designed for testing 0-rings or specimens of elastomeric vulcanites cut from standard sheets (see ASTM D 31822). This test method is not applicable to the testing of cellular rubber or porous materials.

Historical Document 1998

This standard test method was prepared to serve as a tool in the process of evaluating elastomeric materials for use in the oilfield and other energy-related areas where sour gaseous environments are encountered. It is an accelerated aging procedure similar to ASTM471, 1 with additional information on sour environment testing under pressures greater than atmospheric pressure. It is intended for use by anyone investigating the use of elastomeric materials in sour gas environments. By using the specified test conditions, data from separate laboratories that utilize this test method may be compared. No technical organization is known to have issued a comparable standard test method. This method is useful in conducting research and development of elastomeric vulcanites. This standard was originally prepared in 1987 and revised in 1992 by Task Group T-1G-17, a component of Unit Committee T-1G on Protective Coatings, Elastomers, and Other Nonmetallic Materials for Oilfield Use. It was reaffirmed by T-1G in 1998 and is published by NACE International under the auspices of Group Committee T-1 on Corrosion Control in Petroleum Production. These committees are composed of industry representatives including consumers, producers, and interested individuals.

 

1.1 This standard establishes a test method to measure the ability of elastomeric materials to withstand static exposure to elevated pressure and vapor phase sour gas environments, e.g., gaseous hydrocarbons with hydrogen sulfide (H2S), and is not designed to be an immersion or a functional test. It is designed for testing 0-rings or specimens of elastomeric vulcanites cut from standard sheets (see ASTM D 31822). This test method is not applicable to the testing of cellular rubber or porous materials.

Historical Document 1998