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Use of Non-metallic Materials for Vessel Bridles

Use of Non-metallic Materials for Vessel Bridles

Use of Non-metallic Materials for Vessel Bridles

Hi All,
Have anyone of you considered to use non-metallic piping for bridles associated with two phase crude oil separators. If considered, what could be pros and cons. Valuable inputs would be appreciated.

RE: Use of Non-metallic Materials for Vessel Bridles

I consider bridles to be governed by the piping codes and rules.... They are no different

If the non-metallic materials that you want to use are acceptable as part of a piping class, then why not ?

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RE: Use of Non-metallic Materials for Vessel Bridles

Would static electricity buildup be a concern when using non-conductive piping? I have personally seen a discharge from a non-conductive hose circulating oil.

RE: Use of Non-metallic Materials for Vessel Bridles

To Sarfrazahmad554,
Is there any specific application in your plan for a non-metallic vessel bridle?

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