Mikataxe Need more than one copy? Immersion testing is possible on small and large scale 1m — 1m 1m. Get access to more than 20, g7 addressing all aspects of corrosion including: Remember me for one month. Translation of laboratory data from a single test program to predict service performance under a variety of conditions should be avoided. The resistance to corrosion for different materials in certain environments can be examined by determining the loss of mass in an immersion test. Standardised tests have been developed to examine the resistance to corrosion in a short timeframe or to compare the resistance to corrosion for different materials or coatings.
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More G The guidance provided may also be applicable to crevice corrosion testing in other chloride containing natural waters and various laboratory prepared aqueous chloride environments. Translation of laboratory data from a single test program to predict service performance under a variety of conditions should be avoided. Terms, such as immunity, superior resistance, etc.
The limitations of such terms in describing resistance to crevice corrosion should be recognized. Because of the many interrelated metallurgical, environmental, and geometric factors known to affect crevice corrosion, results from any given test may or may not be indicative of actual performance in service applications where the conditions may be different from those of the test. Scope 1. The values given in parentheses are for information only. It is the responsibility of the user of this standard to establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory limitations prior to use.
For a specific warning statement, see 7.
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