February 2021

Maintenance and Reliability

A compliant solution for repairing corroded acid lines with composite materials

Composite materials have been utilized for the repair of corroded or damaged piping in refineries, chemical plants and other highly aggressive operating and production plants around the world for decades.

Composite materials have been utilized for the repair of corroded or damaged piping in refineries, chemical plants and other highly aggressive operating and production plants around the world for decades. With advancements in available technologies, along with organized industry standards, this upward trend has not only continued, but has required that composite technologies push the boundaries further. Because of the demanding conditions found in most facilities, one area of need that has been growing is for an engineered composite repair system (ECRS) that is compliant and effective with highly acidic mediums found within piping systems. Many requests for compatibility information between

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