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NACE

03/06/2017 2:26 AM

HI EVERYONE .,

i would like to know about the NACE. actually i know a bit that, it is an standard to obey the NACE requirement to prove the pipe can be a corrosion resistance material after undergone some test.

My client asked me at the time of meeting that , the pipe must be a "NACE PIPE".

our industry is bio-pharmaceutical, general industry based piping. i just contacted our supplier, they gave MRO175 equal to ISO 15156.

is there any term like "NACE PIPE"?

pls clear my doubt.

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03/06/2017 2:35 AM

I work in oil and gas and this is a very common request for parts which will be in contact with production fluid they must be NACE compliant. You are right in that it is ensuring the product is corrosion resistant particularly in an H2S environment.

The standard is NACE MR-0175, that is zero 175 rather than O for Oscar.

I would suggest reading the standards to gain an understanding of what is required.

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Re: NACE

03/06/2017 2:40 AM

thank you

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Re: NACE

03/06/2017 10:26 AM

Why not go to NACE directly?

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Re: NACE

03/06/2017 11:02 AM

is there any term like "NACE PIPE"?

Technically, NACE compliant pipe, certified by the National Association of Corrosion Engineers.

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03/07/2017 11:54 AM

Technically, NACE doesn't certify anything ("product-wise"... they DO certify people/personnel for a number of things, including Coating Inspection).

They do write Recommended Practices ... as well as Standards (many RP's get 'elevated' to the level of "Standard", over some period of usage) ... and, many Standards, by virtue of being incorporated-INTO our Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), fully searchable/online, "become" Code ("By Reference").

Manufacturers achieve the recognition of producing pipe that is in compliance (with the requisite Standard) through the audit process... which API, among others, can provide.

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Re: NACE

03/06/2017 1:48 PM

...and therefore the combination of wetted materials and wetting agent must be in that body's list(s) of compatibles. Other corrosion compatibility charts are available, for example, though the combination selected has to be on the NACE schedule, and not necessarily taken from any other schedule.

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