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In Situ Pipeline Coating Process Passes Saudi Desert Test

From JPCL, February 2013

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by Baker S. Hammad, BSH Engineering Consultant Office

In this article, the author explains and breaks down the In Situ coating process step by step, and he reports on testing the process on a corroded oil and gas pipeline in the Saudi desert....
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Tagged categories: Coating types; Paint application; Pipelines; Surface preparation

Comment from Billy Russell, (3/4/2013, 6:38 AM)

Awsome article.


Comment from bart de cremer , (3/5/2013, 3:49 AM)

what was the name of the coating used for this job ? thanks bart


Comment from Bogdan Dana, (5/6/2013, 3:16 AM)

There is a bigger version presentation from MOGSIL available (I have got that but it is work related and I cannot put it up), but for whatever reason they do not have a Company website. They are reluctant to mention what polyamide cured epoxy that one is, I read about a Devchem 257 of International PC being used for such a job, in situ rehabilitation of internal pipe coatings, but I cannot say that is the product(s) they have in mind. The only downside is that the operation(s) can be very time consuming and expensive, but the quality of the finish would be very good. Best regards, Bogdan Dana


Comment from BAKER HAMMAD, (5/6/2013, 4:18 PM)

Dear Billy Russell, Thanks very much for your kind words (Awesome) hope the subject article was helpful and benefited to you. Kind Regards, Baker.


Comment from BAKER HAMMAD, (5/6/2013, 4:27 PM)

Dear Bart De Cremer, Thanks for your Inquiry. I will get back to you for the coating used in this job and other jobs, since they have more than one qualified coating system that can be used; depends on the pipeline product’s type & parameters. Kind Regards, Baker.


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