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NACE - 10A392

Effectiveness of Cathodic Protection on Thermally Insulated Underground Metallic Structures

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Organization: NACE
Publication Date: 20 September 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 12
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ABSTRACT

The present trend in establishing an effective level of external metallic surface corrosion control is the application of a barrier coating or adhesive on the metallic surface prior to the application of a thermal insulating material. Experience has shown that there is generally a limited beneficial effect from the application of cathodic protection (CP) to a bare or ineffectively coated metallic surface under thermal insulation.

This NACE technical committee report was prepared as an information guide for external corrosion control of thermally insulated underground metallic surfaces and considerations of the effectiveness of CP.

Document History

10A392
September 20, 2018
Effectiveness of Cathodic Protection on Thermally Insulated Underground Metallic Structures
ABSTRACT The present trend in establishing an effective level of external metallic surface corrosion control is the application of a barrier coating or adhesive on the metallic surface prior to the...
January 1, 2006
Effectiveness of Cathodic Protection on Thermally Insulated Underground Metallic Structures
Foreword The present trend in establishing an effective level of external metallic surface corrosion control is the application of a barrier coating or adhesive on the metallic surface prior to the...

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