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"The quality control of the corrosion protection"



2004

Do you know of a standard (European or American) for the quality control of the corrosion protection (hot galvanizing, painting or zinc plating with bichromate) on steel pipes and pieces? I mean the controls to carry out externally - not by the manufacture - on site at the reception of the components.

Thanks for your help.

Sanae RAISSOUNI
stay cable design - Vélizy, France
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First of two simultaneous responses -- 2004

Theoretically the same quality control used by the manufacturer would have to be followed by the buyer (or vice versa) in order to make a wise comparison and take a fair action. Measuring in a different way or using a different standard only causes trouble and disputes. That's what ISO standards intend to do.

Guillermo Marrufo
Monterrey, NL, Mexico
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Second of two simultaneous responses -- 2004

Try British Standard 729 . It should have it.

Kiran Patel
Engineering - Mumbai, India
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