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NACE Standard MR0175 / ISO 15156 - Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries – Materials for use in H2S-containing Environments in Oil and Gas Production
was established to provides limits of H2S partial pressure for precautions against sulfide stress cracking (SSC) and guidance for the selection and specification of SSC-resistant materials.

Following are some commonly asked question related to this standard.

  1. Why NACE MR0175 Called NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 ?
  2. What is latest error in NACE MR0175 / ISO 15156
  3. How to use of MR0175 / ISO15156
  4. How NACE Standards Applied in Farris Pressure Relief Valves ?
  5. How NACE MR0175-2003 Impact on API 6A Equipemnt and Customer ?
  6. How ISO 15156 maintenance activities Functions works ?
  7. How do I know which are the latest editions of the three parts of NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 ?
  8. Are NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 and ISO 15156 identical in their technical content ?
  9. Are you aware that the page numbering of NACE and ISO editions of the standard sometimes differ ?
  10. How do these documents relate to previous editions of NACE MR0175 ?
  11. How often will the parts of NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 be updated ?
  12. What happens when amendments are required in the intervening period ?
  13. What status does a Technical Corrigendum or a Technical Circular have ?
  14. Are Technical Corrigenda and Technical Circulars incorporated into a standard when it is revised ?
  15. What is the difference between a Technical Corrigendum and a Technical Circular ?
  16. Where can Technical Corrigenda and Technical Circulars be obtained ?
  17. Does the ISO 15156 Maintenance Panel provide a consultancy service concerning materials and their application in sour service ?
  18. Can the ISO 15156 Maintenance Panel provide advice on the use of alternative materials not listed in the standard ?
  19. Will the ISO 15156 maintenance Panel provide interpretations for earlier editions of NACE MR0175 ?
  20. How do I get my material certified to NACE ?
  21. Is it all right for my company to require compliance with the 2002 version of MR0175 ?
  22. What do we need to put on the certificate?
  23. Can you give me the name of someone on a particular committee that I can call to ask a question about a standard ?
  24. I need to speak with someone who can give me advice on my water treatment system, tell me the best way to apply cathodic protection to my pipeline, or answer another technical question.
  25. I have a certain opinion on cathodic protection, and my customer has a different opinion. What is NACE’s position on this ?
If you aware of any links in relation to NACE Standard MR0175 / ISO 15156, please drop me note. Let accumulate the resource together.

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