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There are a number of standards that address coating and installation of fasteners in high-pressure service. Most of them clearly forbid the common coating application...
By: Alan Kehr | Managing Consultant, Alan Kehr Anti-Corrosion, LLC
Inspection / Monitoring
Pipeline integrity management systems are crucial for ensuring the safe and reliable operations of piping networks. In the oil and gas industry, numerous regulations...
By: Krystal Nanan | Civil Engineer
Commonly used in process industries, pressure vessels are manufactured with the intention that the pressure inside the container will be different from the pressure...
Laser scanning (profilometry) is a highly effective and accurate inspection method for measuring changes in geometry of pressurized vessels, piping and pipelines. The...
As discussed in a previous article, overtapping (also called oversizing) is a common field practice that is nonetheless banned by almost all of the standards governing...
By: Ian MacMoy | Product Design Specialist, Dox Steel
Metals, just as other minerals, are susceptible to degradation when they are used over time or come in contact with other elements. A form through which this process...
By: Ben Howard
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