June 2011 Vol. 238 No. 6

Features

Two New Web Applications Help Guide Composite Repair Decision-making

Composite pipeline repair technology has been around for more than a decade, representing an affordable and timesaving option for pipe rehabilitation. The introduction of national and international ASME and ISO engineering standards has helped composite repairs gain wider acceptance in the industry as an effective solution for restoration of pipeline integrity and structural strength. Because they gain the ability to make repairs with no disruption to operations, more and more pipeline operators are making these systems part of their pipeline integrity programs—for repairing corrosion, dents, and other defects in their steel-piping systems. “With more than 15 years

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