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I understand that Santos is South Australia is in the process of using it extensively Radiation — A small amount of 75 is generated by the flame, similar to propane torches used for soldering copper pipes. Click Here to join Eng-Tips and talk with other members! Are you at liberty to say more about the ExxonMobil experience?
Subscribe to Our E-Newsletter. Interthermm when used in fabrication shop applications, it delivers a whole new level of quality control and cost savings to new construction projects. No thanks, I don’t want to hear about offers and services. Kenvlach – many thanks for your post.
If you can somehow blast it, you interther, apply TSA. During spray demonstrations with aluminum we often coat the backs of paper business cars with aluminum, and even show that you can coat the unprotected palm of your hand if you feel daring!
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Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. We’d love to send you exclusive offers and the latest info relating to health and safety and safety data sheets by email and other electronic means. Perhaps they fear what they don’t understand? Some other, under insulation paints with similar corrosion and heat resistance: Flame spray is easy to permit little to no sparks, smoke, or dust.
In an operating plant, we only use the flame spray process, and never arc spray.
No, it does not. Take our free online course to learn how to to properly apply and use your MSDS.
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Please enter phone number. Shell in Singapore has already started doing offline equipment here with TSA and they too interrherm start doing online equipment. By joining you interthemr opting in to receive e-mail. Kenvlach, thanks for your posts and informative links. Just following up in this thread.
Back to Search Results. Warm Regards, Ibtertherm Weber. Can the substrate be repaired by coating the surface with a cold spray aluminum and then sending it back through a bright dip anodizing process?
I have made myself a promise to ensure that employers’ and the public are provided with the necessary knowledge and tools to make their workplaces safer. One early adopter of Intertherm CSA, a large gas processing plant in South Australia, chose the coating system in October based on lab performance data alone.
It went well and we have at least two companies that look promising. I am not saying that paint doesn’t work, it just that these guys ExxonMobil and Shell know that TSA works and they have over 50 years of testing to prove it.
As long as rain is not falling on the freshly blasted steel, you can coat it. You might have more luck with an actual engineering metalizing spray process – like the ones utilised in aviation, but still I think with a flawed substrate, you will have a flawed product. Arc spray is not allowed in most facilities. We have also been coating live, operating equipment in the plants.
The 50 year old coating still looks fine! In many cases, the coating system can be applied without disruption to equipment operation or production schedules.
Cold Spray Aluminimum – experiences? So it is a rather unique coating situation. Plant owners hoped the system would help eradicate serious CUI problems on their propane treater units.
They’re saying that CSA bridges the gap between thermally sprayed aluminimum which I think is becoming the best practice leader for CUI mitigation and high temperature resistant under insulation coatings.
I did find the CSA links informative – but the technique seems fairly specialised and I don’t think it has any practical applicablility to the CUI issues I have in mind.
The unique Titanium Modified Inorganic Copolymer TMIC -based system delivers a cost-effective solution for achieving superior corrosion protection in plant environments with continuous or cyclical high-heat temperatures of up to F, without the application difficulties or limitations of traditional anti-corrosion and TSA products.
I also point out to them that the dust from blasting is much greater than the dust from flame spray. A good respirator is forced air helmet like the ones that are used when blasting is required. Note Intertherm qualifies the term with apostrophes: Intertherm CSA affords excellent resistance to ‘thermal shock’ experienced during rapid temperature cycling, and provides effective protection to steelwork operating under cyclic conditions. G’day from an ex ExxonMobil “relative” from Australia Moseley we were sold off a couple of years back Thanks for entering into the discussion.
With scheduled and unscheduled plant shutdowns costing billions of dollars each year, owners are looking to the coatings industry for ever more advanced solutions. How susceptible is the TSA to atmospheric conditions?