Materials Performance

MAY 2015

Materials Performance is the world's most widely circulated magazine dedicated to corrosion prevention and control. MP provides information about the latest corrosion control technologies and practical applications for every industry and environment.

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25 NACE INTERNATIONAL: VOL. 54, NO. 5 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE MAY 2015 The Latest Tools for Fighting Corrosion Continued on page 26 Corrosion-Resistant Alloys for Longer Service Lifecycles Sandvik (Sandviken, Sweden) provides corrosion-resistant alloys for longer ser- vice lifecycles. In addition to its full range of advanced corrosion-resistant alloys, in- cluding duplex and super-duplex grades, the company offers hyper-duplex stainless steels including Sandvik SAF 3207 TM (UNS S33207), which was developed to combine high strength in the solution-annealed condition with localized corrosion resis- tance properties that are superior to su- per-duplex grades. Sandvik SAF 3207 can be utilized for oil country tubular goods (OCTG) tubing, raw seawater injection, umbilicals, and other applications where high strength and thinner walls, com- bined with improved resistance to chlo- ride-induced corrosion and cracking, high temperature, and high chloride environ- ments, is needed. Tests in accordance with NACE TM0177 found that Sandvik SAF 3207 performs at higher H 2 S partial pressures than the present limit in the NACE MR0175 standard for super-duplex grades. Tel: +46 26 260000, Web site: smt. sandvik.com. CryoTek Pipe Shoe The CryoTek Pipe Shoe by Advanced Piping Products (Houston, Texas) is a cut- ting edge, nonmetallic pipe support solu- tion for extreme temperature conditions. It is ideal for cryogenic piping systems in- volving gas liquefaction, LNG terminals/ carriers, ethylene plants, or any cryogenic process piping. Although the CryoTek Pipe Shoe was originally developed for use in cryogenic conditions, it also offers

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