Operator Survey August 7, 2020
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Survey to Evaluate Composite Repair Systems for Piping and Pipelines
( Operator Survey)

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Instructions: Please complete the survey by answering the following questions. If you do not know the answer to a question, or if the question is not applicable, please do not respond and leave the response blank. You are welcome to estimate if required. The information that you provide as a company representative will not be tied directly to any presented data. The collected information will be presented as a survey with results for all participants.
1) When, under what circumstances are composite systems used?
Primary repair system
Secondary system used when primary can not be used
Combination of the above
2) What year did your company first use composite repair system (estimate if necessary)?
3) Estimate the total number of composite repairs that will be used in the next 12 months?
4) Do your composite repair procedures allow for the repair of the following pipe geometries?
Straight pipe
Field bends
Other (specify)
5) How many repairs, other than composites and cut out, have been performed in the last 12 months? (For example: steel sleeves)
6) Which of the following anomaly type repairs are not permitted by your company using composite materials?
Metal loss
Corrosion in dents
Dents with gouges
Longitudinal weld seams
Girth weld seams
Corrosion in girth or seam welds
Wrinkle bends
Hard spots
Include more than one if necessary
7) Does your company have a maintenance inspection protocol for composite repairs?
Yes  No  
8) If you answered YES to the above question, how many composite repairs have been inspected in the last 12 months?
9) If appropriate, please provide example(s) reports or company procedures relating to composite repairs (and their inspection) that are used by your company.
(pdf files preferred)
(pdf files preferred)
(pdf files preferred)
10) How many total composite repairs have been removed by your company?
11) If you answered YES to the above question, why were the composite repairs removed?
Considered temporary
Failed in service for one of the following reasons:
Other reason(please provide details)
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On Wednesday, June 23, 2010 Stress Engineering hosted a Composite Repair for Plants workshop. Click here for details and copies of the presentations.

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