TM0187-2003 Evaluating Elastomeric Materials in Sour Gas Environments

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Updated On: July 24, 2012
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Reaffirmed in 2003! Provides a test method that measures the ability of elastomeric materials to withstand static exposure to elevated pressure and vapor-phase sour gas environments, e.g., gaseous hydrocarbons with hydrogen sulfide, and is not designed to be an immersion or functional test. It is designed for testing O-rings or specimens of elastomeric vulcanites cut from standard sheets.

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