IN SITU PIPELINE REHABILITATION TECHNIQUES, EQUIPMENT IMPROVED

06/21/1993
Kuruvila Varughese Al-Qahtani Pipe Coating Terminal Dammam, Saudi Arabia As many pipelines reach advanced age in the world's important producing regions and their corrosion protection systems fail, the prospect of their economic rehabilitation on site (in situ) becomes attractive. Several projects to date have indicated this is feasible. But they have also revealed some problems that need solving and issues that need addressing. Before covering these points and describing a successful rehabilitation project, a review of the role of coatings in protection and experience with them is in order. CP AND COATING ...
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