API RP 970 - Corrosion Control Documents

Last update: Jan 13, 2017

On November 19, 2013, API issued project/document number 970 for an entirely new Recommended Practice (RP). The scope of this project will be to develop a work process and a standardized approach to the development of Corrosion Control Documents (CCDs) that will apply to the most common refinery process units. It will provide guidance and basic requirements for preparing a Corrosion Control Document (CCD) on a given unit.

 

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