Carbon Steel


Further Tests to Determine a Proper Lining System for Process Vessels Further Tests to Determine a Proper Lining System for Process Vessels Further Tests to Determine a Proper Lining System for Process Vessels Further Tests to Determine a Proper Lining System for Process Vessels


Most process vessels in the oil and gas industry are constructed from carbon steel, which corrodes under the harsh chemical and high-heat...

An Introduction to Hydrogen Embrittlement An Introduction to Hydrogen Embrittlement An Introduction to Hydrogen Embrittlement An Introduction to Hydrogen Embrittlement


Hydrogen embrittlement is the result of the absorption of hydrogen by susceptible metals, resulting in the loss of ductility and reduction...

Choosing a Fit-for-Service Lining System for Process Vessels Choosing a Fit-for-Service Lining System for Process Vessels Choosing a Fit-for-Service Lining System for Process Vessels Choosing a Fit-for-Service Lining System for Process Vessels


Most process vessels in the oil and gas industry are constructed from carbon steel, which corrodes under harsh chemical, heat and pressure...

The Role of Chromium in Intergranular Corrosion The Role of Chromium in Intergranular Corrosion The Role of Chromium in Intergranular Corrosion The Role of Chromium in Intergranular Corrosion


Stainless steel alloys owe their anti-corrosive properties to chromium, which grants a passivation effect to both ferrite and austenite...