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DOWNLOADABLE HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Design, construction, operation and maintenance of metallic structures and corrosion control systems used to mitigate the effects of lightning and overhead alternating current (AC) power transmission systems. Historical Document 1983
DOWNLOADABLE HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Current technology and practices for mitigating corrosion under thermal insulation and fireproofing materials.
DOWNLOADABLE HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Procedures for use during design, construction, operation, and maintenance of metallic structures and corrosion control systems used to mitigate the effects of lightning and overhead alternating current (AC) power transmission systems.
Historical Document 1995
Factors that make electrical substation painting unique. Worker safety and painting of radiators. Providing owners, engineers, and maintenance personnel with sample specifications that they may modify to meet their specific requirements. Historical Document 1995
Provides current technology and industry practices for mitigating corrosion under thermal insulation and fireproofing materials.
Provides requirements to: (1) Identify structures at risk for below-grade corrosion; (2) Inspect (3) Categorize (4) Prioritize (5) Identify next steps. Limited to steel transmission towers, poles, and substation structures.
Painting electrical equipment to protect it from the detrimental effects of corrosion and help extend its operating life.
This standard recommended practice is intended as a guide to preparing specifications and procedures for coating electrical substation apparatus. Historical Document 1997
Revised in 2019! This Standard Practice provides the most current technology and industry practices for material requirements and the use of tape coatings for external mainline coating, coating repair, coating rehabilitation, and coating weld joints on buried metal pipelines.
Coating repair guidelines for carbon steel and galvanized electric transmission structures coated with polyurethanes, urethane, coal tar, epoxy, coal tar epoxy, and cold-applied tape.
Procedures and practices for the control of external corrosion on buried or submerged metallic components of residential electrical distribution systems, referred to as URD systems. Design. Handling. Storage. Installation. Operation. CP.