High Temperature Hydrogen Attack Services
Full inspection approach as per API 941 and API RP 586 Section 2
Within some Industrial processes the presence of Hydrogen, when occurring at high temperature and pressure, makes plant and systems susceptible to damage caused by the onset of a phenomena known as High Temperature Hydrogen Attack (HTHA).
TUV Rheinland Sonovation has a full inspection approach available as per API 941 and guiding principles of the new forthcoming API RP 586 (Section 2). Determine inspection scope based on FFS approach + inspection of welds and parent material, taking replicas and boat samples. Assessment of inspection results based on API 579. The new pioneering technique will enable on-stream high temperature monitoring of HTHA defects in-service without a need to shutdown the plant.
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