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NACE TM0204

Evaluation of Exterior Protective Coatings for Seawater Immersion Service

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Organization: NACE
Publication Date: 15 November 2019
Status: active
Page Count: 16
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General

This standard test method covers liquid exterior protective coating systems for offshore platform steel structures, piers, docks, pilings, subsea valves, and wellheads at normal seawater temperature. If the steel temperature is much higher than the seawater temperature, higher test temperatures shall be used.

The entire test time is 12 weeks. Four test methods-including cathodic disbondment, seawater immersion resistance, aging stability, and edge coverage-are used to evaluate coating systems.

The curing time for all test procedures in this test method shall be a minimum of one week at room temperature 20 and 25 °C (68 and 77 °F), or in accordance with the coating manufacturer's specification if different. The cure temperature and time shall be included in the test report.

Document History

NACE TM0204
November 15, 2019
Evaluation of Exterior Protective Coatings for Seawater Immersion Service
General This standard test method covers liquid exterior protective coating systems for offshore platform steel structures, piers, docks, pilings, subsea valves, and wellheads at normal seawater...
November 15, 2004
Exterior Protective Coatings for Seawater Immersion Service
General This standard test method covers exterior protective coatings for offshore platíorm steel structures, piers, docks, pilings, subsea valves, and wellheads at normal seawater temperature. If...

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