IN-SITU Epoxy Coating for Metalic Pipe
provides material and performance specification guidance for in-situ epoxy coating
of metallic pipelines. In situ coating has been proven to be an effective means
of controlling metallic corrosion and soluble metal release in piping systems.
This provides the Army with a viable alternative to chemical treatment for drinking
are a number of issues that need careful consideration when applying an in situ
epoxy coating to existing steel or copper piping materials. Figure 1 outlines
a flow chart that details the essential considerations for a successful job.
Coatings applied to piping in drinking water systems must meet the guidelines
in references (d) and (e). Detailed specifications for pre and post-bid inspection,
application, and performance must be developed as outlined in reference (f).
Water quality and flow rates in the system should be determined before initiating
Pages : 32
Size: 300 b
Author :Public Works Technical Bulletins are published by the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers, Washington, DC.
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