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CSA C22.3 NO 4

Control of Electrochemical Corrosion of Underground Metallic Structures

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Organization: CSA
Publication Date: 1 January 1974
Status: active
Page Count: 24
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The provisions of this Standard, forming a part of the Canadian Electrical code, Part III, embody the applicable principles and general practices where underground metallic structures are subject to the risk of electro-chemical corrosion.

This Standard is issued for the guidance of all parties owning, controlling, or operating grounded electric systems and subsurface structures such as metallic pipes, metallic cable sheaths, or other structures with underground metallic components.

Document History

April 1, 1974
Control of Electrochemical Corrosion of Underground Metallic Structures
The provisions of this Standard, forming a part of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part III, embody the applicable principles and general practices where underground metallic structures are subject to...
April 1, 1974
Control of Electrochemical Corrosion of Underground Metallic Structures
The provisions of this Standard, forming a part of the Canadian Electrical code, Part III, embody the applicable principles and general practices where underground metallic structures are subject to...
April 1, 1974
Control of Electrochemical Corrosion of Underground Metallic Structures
The provisions of this Standard, forming a part of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part III, embody the applicable principles and general practices where underground metallic structures are subject to...
CSA C22.3 NO 4
January 1, 1974
Control of Electrochemical Corrosion of Underground Metallic Structures
The provisions of this Standard, forming a part of the Canadian Electrical code, Part III, embody the applicable principles and general practices where underground metallic structures are subject to...

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