||Interior Surface of Galvanized Steel Pipe: A Potential Factor in Corrosion Resistance.
Fox, K. P. ;
Tate, C. H. ;
Bowers, E. ;
||Montgomery (James M.), Inc., Pasadena, CA. ;Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, LaVerne.;Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, OH. Water Engineering Research Lab.
Corrosion resistance ;
Galvanized materials ;
Surface properties ;
Zinc coatings ;
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||The paper describes the differences found in zinc coatings of galvanized pipes manufactured in the United States, Korea, and Australia. Zinc thickness and finish varied with the type of pipe. In an ongoing pilot study, these pipes are being exposed to water containing various concentrations of copper in order to determine whether the surface characteristics of these pipes have any correlation with pitting corrosion.
||Prepared in cooperation with Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, LaVerne.
||Pub. in Jnl. of American Water Works Association 75, n2 p84-86 Feb 83.
|NTIS Title Notes
||Reprint: Interior Surface of Galvanized Steel Pipe: A Potential Factor in Corrosion Resistance.
|PUB Date Free Form
||13K; 11C; 11F; 71E; 94; 71G; 41
||Not available NTIS