January 2021, Vol. 248, No. 1

Features

Choosing, Using Composite Repair Systems

By Casey Whalen, Global Engineering Manager, CSNRI    With so many repair options in the oil and gas industry, choosing the right repair with the best materials can be difficult. There are plenty of manufacturers that would have operators believe their products are adequately suited to handle any repair because of their one-size-fits-all construction.    Realistically, these products can provide a good repair solution only in the right conditions. Even then, those conditions don’t necessarily make the repair material the best option. There are many variables when considering a composite repair, including operating pressure and temperature, defect type and severity, pipe geometry and extern

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