This standard defines requirements for inhibited lubricants and suggests types of tests. Simulated sweet, sour, aerated, or combination environments with simulated or actual field fluids. Historical Document 1995
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Procedures, equipment, and materials used for air/water/abrasive, water/abrasive, and pressurized water/abrasive blasting. Inhibitors, equipment maintenance & safety guidelines also included.
This technical committee report provides a state-of-the-art overview of the corrosion and corrosion protection activities related to residential and small commercial water heaters used in potable water systems.
Information about the dynamic scale inhibitor evaluation apparatus known as the tube-blocking apparatus. A resource for using dynamic flow-through test apparatus. Procedures typically used for evaluating
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Recent experience from nuclear power plants indicates that degradation of buried piping is occurring in at least some plants and represents an issue requiring the attention of the nuclear industry.
Methods used in the oil and gas industry to test and mitigate under deposit corrosion (UDC) in pipeline environments.
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The upper limits for the inhibitor PBTC (2-phosphonobutane 1,2,4-tricarboxylic acid) when used as the sole treatment, and in combination with other inhibitors. Both synergism and antagonism were observed for the inhibitor blends, with the interaction type being a function of ratio.
The paper includes laboratory testing data and application methods of shrink film, impregnated foams and coatings containing vapor corrosion inhibitor (VCI) that are being applied in conservation process of industrial and military equipment.