Pipeline Field Joints: Exploring the Coating Technologies that Protect Against “Weak Links”

From JPCL, November 2014

By Adam Wynne Hughes, Pipeline Induction Heat Ltd, UK

This article illustrates coating technologies used to protect the ends of pipe lengths from corrosion, heat loss and mechanical damage....

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Tagged categories: Coating Materials; Corrosion protection; Field joint coatings; Pipeline; Protective Coatings; Protective coatings

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The use of solvent free coatings is taking significant strides in protective coating needs. They are applicable over wet and oily surfaces with fast drying time and no VOCs released. The minimal downtime this contributes to the industry improves efficiency and ultimately, productivity.

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