1980 Edition, February 5, 1980
Standard Practice for Laboratory Screening of Metallic Containment Materials for Use With Liquids in Solar Heating and Cooling Systems
Includes all amendments and changes through Reapproval Notice , 2009
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Description / Abstract:
This practice covers several laboratory test procedures for
evaluating corrosion performance of metallic containment materials
under conditions similar to those that may occur in solar heating
and cooling systems. All test results relate to the performance of
the metallic containment material only as a part of a metal/fluid
pair. Performance in these laboratory test procedures, taken by
itself, does not necessarily constitute an adequate basis for
acceptance or rejection of a particular metal/fluid pair in solar
heating and cooling systems, either in general or in a particular
design. This practice is not intended to preclude the use of other
screening tests, particularly when those tests are designed to more
closely simulate field service conditions.