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NACE SP0109

Application of Tape Coatings for External Corrosion Protection of Buried Metal Pipelines

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Organization: NACE
Publication Date: 14 January 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 20
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Scope of standard.

This standard practice presents guidelines for establishing the minimum requirements to ensure the proper selection, application, and performance of tape coatings. These coatings are used as the external corrosion protection for new and existing pipe, girth welds, and fittings, and for repair and rehabilitation. The primary function of these tape coating systems is to prevent corrosion of the pipeline when used with or without cathodic protection (CP). This standard provides guidelines for the proper pipeline surface preparation, tape coating system application, inspection, tape coating damage repair, installation, transportation and handling of coated pipe to ensure long-term performance.

Document History

NACE SP0109
January 14, 2019
Application of Tape Coatings for External Corrosion Protection of Buried Metal Pipelines
Scope of standard. This standard practice presents guidelines for establishing the minimum requirements to ensure the proper selection, application, and performance of tape coatings. These coatings...
November 8, 2009
Field Application of Bonded Tape Coatings for External Repair, Rehabilitation, and Weld Joints on Buried Metal Pipelines
General This standard practice presents guidelines for establishing the minimum requirements to ensure the proper selection, application, and performance of bonded tape coatings. These coatings are...

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