TM0102-2002 TM0102-2002 Measurement of Protective Coating Electrical Conductance on Underground Pipelines

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Updated On: July 24, 2012
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New in 2002! Presents guidelines and procedures for use primarily by corrosion control personnel in the pipeline industry to determine the general condition of a pipeline coating. These techniques are used to measure the coating conductance (inverse of coating resistance) on sections of underground pipelines. This test method applies only to pipe coated with dielectric coatings.

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