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NACE Standard SP0286-2007

Electrical Isolation of Cathodically Protected Pipelines

This standard explains the importance of pipeline electrical isolation in achieving and maintaining adequate, reliable, and economical corrosion control. The standard outlines the types of devices used for isolation; precautions to be observed; and selection of devices based on pipeline characteristics, site, and contents. The standard describes isolating flanges, gaskets, sleeves, washers, joints, unions, couplings, and spools, and discusses materials for pipeline casing isolation. Installation, field testing, and maintenance of isolating devices are also included. This standard is maintained by Task Group 539.

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