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Title: Cleaning and Geometry Inspection Prior to Corrosion Inspection
Category: Pigsource Papers
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Catalog No.: pg1053e
Date of Publication: not available
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: Larry D Payne
Abstract: Today, all pipeline companies are concerned with the internal condition of their pipelines. U.S. federal regulations have mandated routine internal inspections to monitor internal conditions. Aging pipelines are starting to fail. Leaks, ruptures, and pipeline blowouts are failures that pipeline companies cannot afford. With these concerns, most companies have established programs to routinely inspect their pipelines. These programs, such as risk management, pipeline rehabilitation, pipeline integrity, and corrosion management are common. Job titles such as corrosion engineer, corrosion technician, and manager of pipeline integrity are becoming critical positions. We are also seeing conferences, trade shows, and seminars directed toward corrosion control technology. The technology for corrosion detection with internal inspection pigs has improved tremendously and has proven to be an effective method for finding internal corrosion problems. This paper will concentrate on preparing a pipeline for an internal pig corrosion inspection.
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