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NACE TM0384 - Holiday Detection of Internal Tubular Coatings of Less Than 330 μm (13 mils) Dry-Film Thickness
February 12, 2016 - NACE

General This NACE standard provides a nondestructive test method for the detection of holidays in a nonconductive coating film that has been applied to the inner wall (bore) of oilfield tubular goods. The apparatus and the recommended procedure for performing the test are...

NACE TM0186 - Holiday Detection of Internal Tubular Coatings of 355 to 760 μm (14 to 30 mils) Dry-Film Thickness
February 12, 2016 - NACE

This NACE standard provides a nondestructive test method for the detection of holidays in a nonconductive coating film that has been applied to the inner wall (bore) of oilfield metallic tubular goods. The apparatus and the procedure for performing the test are described, as...

NACE RP0592 - Application of a Coating System to Interior Surfaces of New and Used Rail Tank Cars in Concentrated (90 to 98%) Sulfuric Acid Service
January 1, 2001 - NACE

This standard describes a procedure for the application of a coating system to the interior surfaces of new and used railroad steel tank cars used primarily in the transportation of concentrated (90 to 98%) sulfuric acid at ambient temperatures. The requirements for surface preparation,...

NACE SP0592 - Application of a Coating System to Interior Surfaces of New and Used Rail Tank Cars in Concentrated (90 to 98%) Sulfuric Acid Service
April 26, 1992 - NACE

General This standard describes a procedure for the application of a coating system to the interior sutfaces of new and used railroad steel tank cars used primarily in the transportation of concentrated (90 to 98%) sulfuric acid at ambient temperatures. The requirements for sutface...

NACE TM0109 - Aboveground Survey Techniques for the Evaluation of Underground Pipeline Coating Condition
March 21, 2009 - NACE

General Aboveground Survey Techniques This standard presents acknowledged procedures for the application of aboveground techniques to evaluate the coating condition of underground metallic pipelines. This standard does not designate practices for specific situations; the complexity of some...

UFGS-10 26 00 - WALL AND DOOR PROTECTION
August 1, 2017 - NAVY

NOTE: This guide specification covers the requirements for corner guards, wall guards (bumper guards), door protectors, and wall panels.

FMAPPROVAL 4881 - Evaluating Exterior Wall Systems
April 1, 2017 - FM

This standard sets the performance requirements for exterior wall panel systems that are exposed to natural hazards such as wind, hail, and windborne debris. Exterior wall panel systems include, but are not limited to, wall panels constructed of metal, plastic, mineral wool,...

Installing wall ties
August 1, 2000 - BRE

Ties are essential in cavity walls to ensure that the wall is structurally sound and stable. A cavity wall is as strong as a solid wall only if the two slender leaves are securely tied together. Lack of skill or care in installing ties can lead to distortion, cracking,...

UFGS-09 84 20 - ACOUSTICAL WALL PANELS
August 1, 2016 - NAVY

NOTE: This guide specification covers the requirements for fabric covered acoustical wall panel systems.

FMAPPROVAL 4883 - Insulated Wall Curtain Products
September 1, 2017 - FM

This standard applies to the fire performance requirements for insulated wall curtain products for use in facilities protected in accordance with FM Global Data Sheets. These products shall not be installed against a substrate. These products shall be FM Approved with specific height...

FORD ESR-M14P15-A - CLEANER, WHITE WALL TIRE
August 1, 1980 - FORD

This specification establishes the performance and product requirements for an automotive white wall tire cleaner.

UFGS-07 42 63 - FABRICATED WALL PANEL ASSEMBLIES
May 1, 2011 - NAVY

NOTE: This guide specification covers the requirements for both factory color and mill finish fabricated aluminum or steel structural metal wall panel assemblies.

UFGS-07 42 13 - METAL WALL PANELS
May 1, 2011 - NAVY

NOTE: This guide specification covers the requirements for both factory color and mill finish aluminum or steel non-structural metal wall panels.

Replacing masonry wall ties
January 1, 1996 - BRE

Distress of cavity walls is sometimes attributable to corrosion or absence of the metal ties. BRE research has shown that steel ties made before 1981 could corrode prematurely. Generally the wall bulges, cracks or leaks, but if subjected to high wind loads it might even collapse. This...

NACE 10004 - INTERNAL COATING OF MULTIPHASE PIPELINES – REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COATING
January 1, 2010 - NACE

Pressure drop along the pipeline is the main obstacle to transportation of unprocessed or partly processed multiphase fluids over long distances. Several parameters contribute to pressure drop in multiphase flow, e.g. liquid hold-up, precipitations, gas-liquid surface drag forces, liquid wetting of...

Window to wall jointing
January 1, 1983 - BRE

Provides information on the detailing which, under test conditions, has been found to be effective in preventing water penetration across a range of window-to-wall joints.

UFGS-08 44 00 - CURTAIN WALL AND GLAZED ASSEMBLIES
May 1, 2019 - NAVY

NOTE: This guide specification covers the requirements for complete glazed curtain wall system exclusive of doors, entrances, and store fronts, commercial aluminum curtain walls designed to accommodate fixed-glass lights, window sashes, panels, louvers, and other curtain-wall...

Replacing wall ties
January 1, 1995 - BRE

Several BRE publications deal with corroding wall ties, covering the history, recognition and assessment of damage and the replacement of damaged ties in existing construction. This Digest discusses how to investigate the problem, sampling to determine condition and zinc loss of corroded...

DI-ILSS-80089 - WALL CHART
December 10, 1985 - NPFC
A description is not available for this item.
FMAPPROVAL 1531 - Wall Hydrants
May 1, 1977 - FM
A description is not available for this item.
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