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Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC) ...

SKU: GRI-90/0299
Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC): Methods of Detection in the Field. GRI Field Guide 1990. (Revised 1991)

This field guide focuses on external pipe corrosion and readily accessible internal corrosion sites.
Document Type
Report
Report Type
Topical report
Corporate Source
Midwest research institute, Kansas City, MO; Bioindustrial Technologies, Inc.; Siebert Materials Engineering, Inc.; Radian Corp.
Sponsor
Gas Research Institute, Chicago, IL
Pagination
34p
Product Media
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Note
This revised version of GRI-88/0113. Both reports contain the same text but GRI-90/0299 has better color images. This revised version was published in 1991.
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Summary:
Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) is seldom attributed to the action of just one type of microorganism, but more often to the activities of several different organisms which form a community. Because these microbial communities are common inhabitants in the environment, MIC is a problem in many industries. In the gas industry, the need is to determine whether the corrosion occurring at a particular site is MIC or not. This field guide focuses on external pipe corrosion and readily accessible internal corrosion sites. Mterials needed and sampling procedures are described. Data sheets are included for recording information and observations at a corrosion site. The guide contains photographs illustrating corrosion characteristics.
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