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7 NACE Standard MR0175-2003 e@ Item No. 21302 Sea THE CORROSION SOCIETY Standard Material Requirements Metals for Sulfide Stress Cracking and Stress Corrosion Cracking Resistance in Sour Oilfield Environments Ge settee ate de eed dec aemstieneevsienes renee, donmen tere od ptr, omnes dos fe an spe Bcc amer, wt ee ood te rd of rt fo manda. rain ptm, ana ps, peta pores rl eoerarc iy he oni Rating ig fs NACE ri nar ed a Pa ar product covered by Letters Patent, or as indemnifying or protecting anyone against liability for Ba comme Lain aloo nm rotted epone ai aly soya emt ie on hn tes cee ay har sec tence ary a an tng oe eect ren ay e resi cna th sna ceca NAC rans se rapneay fr, meen, uO cag Oy et ee we a mee cetera Moe nara errete e iran econ wih orig Users ofthis NACE International standard are responsible for reviewing appropriate health, safoty, environmental, and regulatory documents and for determining their applicabilty in ralation {0 this standard prior to iis use. This NACE International standard may not necessarly address all Potential health and safety problems or environmental hazards associated with the use of materials, equipment, ancior operations detailed or referred to within this standard. Users of this NACE International standard are also responsibie for establishing approprate heaith, safety, and environmental protection practices, in coneultation with appropriate regulatory authorities if necessary, to achieve compliance with any existing applicable regulatory requirements prior to the Use ofthis standara CAUTIONARY NOTICE: NAGE Intemational standards are subject to periodic review, and may be revised or withdrawn at any fime without prior notce, NACE Intemational requires that action be taken to reaffirm, revise, or withdraw this standerd no later than five years from the date of initia publication. The user is cautioned to obtain the latest edition. Purchasors of NACE Intemational Standards may receive current information on all standards and other NACE International publications by contacting the NACE Intemational Membership Services Department, 1440 South Creek Dr., Houston, Texas 77084-4906 (telephone +1 [281]228-6200). Revised 2003-01-17 Approved March 1975 NACE International 1440 South Crook Dr. Houston, Texas 77084-4006 “+1 (281)226-6200 ISBN 4-57590-021-1 e (©2003, NACE Intemational ‘MR0175-2003 Foreword ‘This NACE standard materials requirement is one step in a series of committee studies, reports, symposia, and standards that have been sponsored by former Group Committee T-1 (Corrosion Control in Petroleum Production) relating to the general problems of sulfide stress cracking (SSC) ‘and stress corrosion cracking (SCC) of metals. Much ofthis work has been directed toward the ik and gas-production industry. This standerd is @ materials requirement for metals used in oll ‘and gas service exposed to sour gas, 10 be used by oll and gas companies, manulacturers, fengineers, and purchasing agents. Many of the guidelines and specific requirements in this standard are based on field experience with the materials listed, as used in specific components, ‘and may be applicable to other components and. equipment in the oltproduction industry oF to other industries. as determined by the user. Users of this standard must be cautious in extrapolating the content of his standard for use beyond its scope. ‘The materials, heat treatments, and metal-property requirements given in this standard represent the best judgment of Task Group O81 (formerly T-1F-1) and its administrative Spectic Technology Group (STG) 32 on Oil and Gas Production—Metallurgy (formeriy Unit Committee T-1F on Metallurgy of Oitfeld Equipment ‘This NACE standard updates and supersedes all previous editions of MRO175. The original 1975, ciition of the standard superseded NACE Publication 1F168 (1973 Revision) tiled “Sulfide CCracking-Resistant Metalic Materials for Valves for Production and Pipeline Sorvce,” and NACE. Publication 18163 tiled "Racommendation of Materials for Sour Service” (which included Tentative ‘Spectfications 150 on valves, 51 on severe weight loss, 60 on tubular goods, and 50 on nominal weight loss). Ths tana ib oie os necenery tore changes in ecnaoy. (Se Stas 13,4 and 15 Whenever possible, the recommended materials are defined by reference to accepted generic escripjors (such as UNS!” numbers) and/or accepted standards, such as AISI,” API,” ASTM," or DIN” standards. In NAGE stancards, the terms shall, must, should, and may are used in accordance wath the 20 and 2% Mo Minimum (Category) ‘MRO175-2003 Highly alloyed austenitic stainless steels inthis category are those with Nik + 2 Mot >30 and 2% Mo minimum. All highly alloyed austenitic stainless steel alloys _ are acceptable for use in the solution-annealed condition. Free- machining highly alloyed austenitic stainless steels are not ‘acceptable, Environmental restrictions for these alloys are a folows: 44.1 These alloys are acceptable for use with a maximum HS partial pressure of 100 KPa abs (15 isla) at a maximum temperature of 60°C (140°F) with ‘no restrictions on chirides and no elemental sutur. If the chloride contont is less than $0 mg/L, the HS partial pressure shail be less than 350 kPa abs (50 pesia) 4.5 Highty Alloyed Austenitic Stainless Steels wit PREN >40 (Categon) Hight alloyed austenitic stainiees steele in this category aro those having a PREN >40, All highly alloyed austenitic Stainless steel alloys are acceptable for use inthe solution ‘annealed condition. Free-machining highly alloyed ‘ausieniic stainless steels are not acceptable. Environmental restrictions for these alloys are os follows: 454 At @ maximum temperature of 121°C (250°F), the maximum H:S partial pressure shall be 700 kPa. ‘abs (100 psia), maximum 5,000 mgiL. chloride, and no ‘elemental (tee) sulur shall be present. 4.52 At a maximum temperature of 149°C (300°F), the maximum H,S partial prossure shall be 310 kPa ‘abs (45 psia), maximum 5,000 mg/L chloride, and no elemental (ree) sulfur snl be present. 4.53 AL a maximum temperature of 171°C (340°F), the maximum HS partial pressure shall be 100 kPa ‘abs (16 psia), maximum 6,000 mg/L chloride, and no ‘elemental free) sulfur shall be present. 4.8 Highly Alloyed Austenitic Stainless Steo's (Individual Alloy) 4.6.1 UNS NO8926 (individual alloy) is acceptable in the solution-ennealed condition et a maximum temperature of 121°C (250°F), with a maximum HS partial pressure of 0.7 MPa abs (100 psia), maximum £60,700 mgJL chloride, @ maximum CO. partal pressure of 4 MPa abs (200 sl), and no lent (ree) sulfur, 4.82 UNS 103254 (Individual Alloy) Cast UNS 193254 (GKSMCUN) in accordance. with ASTM.A 351A 251M," A 743/A 743M," or A T4418 744M is acceptable in the cast, solution heat-treated condition at a hardness level of 100 Rockwell B hardness (HRB) maximum in the absence of elemental sulfur 10 4.63 UNS 95370 is acceptable in the cast, soltion- heat-treated, and water-quenched condition to 94 HRB ‘maximum inthe absence of elemental sufur. 47 Ferric Stainless Stoeis (Category) 47.1 Ferttic stainless stools aro acceptable for use within the acceptable environments of 10 kPa abs (1.5, pia) H-S partial pressure and a pH 23.5 provided they ‘ara in the annealed condition et up to 22 HRC and ‘meet the crea of Section 5. 48 Mattensitc Stainless Steels (Category with Alloy- ‘Specific Requirements) ‘Cast or wrought martensitic stainless steels are acceptable for use in accordance with Paragraphs 48.1, 4.82, and 483, Martensiic stainless steels that are in accordance with this standard have provided satisfactory field service in ‘some sour environments, These materials may, however, ‘exibit threshold stress levels in NACE Standard TMO177 laboratory tests that are lower than those for other materials included in this standard, Free-machining martensite Stainless stee! products are not acceptable, “The acceplable environments shal be 10 KPa abs (1.5 psia) HES partial pressure and a pH 23.5. A.A Martensitic stainless steels UNS 41000, '$42000, 191150 (CA15), and J91151 (CATSN), ether ccast or wrought, are acceptable at 22 HRC maximum hardness provided they meet the ctiteria of Section 5 as applicable. 48.11 Hoattreatment procedure _ (three-step process) for UNS $41000, J91180, and J91151 Shall be 0s follows: (1) Austentize and quench or air col (2) Temper at 621°C (1,150°F) minimum; then cool to ambient temperature (2)__ Temper at 621°C (1,150"F) minimum, but lower than the first tempering temperature; then ‘cool to ambient temperature. 48.1.2. UNS. $42000 shall bo in the quonched ‘and tempered eondlion. 4.82 LowCarbon Martenstc Stainloss Stools” Low-carbon, 12Cr-4N-Mo martensitic stainless steels, ‘thor cast UNS 191840 (CAGNM) or wrought £42400, are acceptable to 23 HRC maximum provided they are heat treated in accordance with Paragraph 4.8.2.1. 482.1 Heatireatment procedure (three-step process) for low-carbon martensitic stainless steels shall be as follows: NACE International (1) Austenitize at 1,010°C (1,850°F) minimum and air or oll quench to ambient temperature. 2) _ Temper at 649 to 691°C (1,200 to 1,275°F) and ir cool to ambient temperature. (@)_ Temper at 593 to 621°C (1,100 to 1,150°F) and air cool to ambient temperature. 483 UNS $41425 (individual alloy). Wrought low- carbon martensitic stainless stool UNS S41425 is ‘acceptable in the austentized, quenched, and tempered condition to 28 HRC maximum hardness in the absence of elemental sufur. 49 Duplex (Category) 4.9.1 Duplex stainless steels are acceptable under the following chemical compositions and heatsreatment ‘condition and for the specific environment sot forth for, that individual alloy. Duplex stainiess steel products in the solulion-annealed and iquid-quenched condition ‘are acceptable. Aging heat treatments are prohibited. ‘The forte content shall be 35 to 65 vols, Stainless Stee's with 90sPREN<40 4.92 For requirements for cold-worked duplex stainless stee’s, refer to Paragraph 10.4. 4.93 Wrought and cast duplex stainless steel products in the solution-annealed and quenched Condition with S0cPRENSAO (51.5% Mo) are acceptable for use to a maximum temperature of 282°C (450°F) and a maximum H.S partial pressure of 40 kPa abs (1.5 psa). 4.94 Hot isostatic pressure-produced duplex stainless sleol UNS $31803 is acceptable to 25 HRC maximum If solution annealed and water quenched. 4.10 Duplex taniess Steals with PREN >40 (Catagory 4101 Duplex stainless steels are acceptable under the following chemical compostions and heatreat Condition and for the specific environment set forth for thal individual aloy. Duplex stainless steel products in the solutiomannealed and liquid-quenched condition are acceptable. Aging heat treatments are prohibited. ‘The ferit content shall be 35 10 65 vol%, 4.10.2 For requirements for cold-worked duplex stainless steels, refer to Paragraph 10.4. 4.10.3 Wrought and. cast duplex stainless. steel products In the solutinannealed and quenched ‘condition wih a PREN of 4030 and 2% Mo Minimum Highly alloyed austenitic stainless steels in. this ‘category are those with Ni% + 2 Mo% >30 and 2% Mo ‘minimum. All highly alloyed austenitic stainless steels ‘are acceptable for use in the solution-annealed and Cold-worked condition to 85 HRC maximum. Free ‘machining alloys are not acceptable. Environmental resbictons are as follows: 1021.1 NI% + 2 Mo% 230 and 2% Mo minimum aloys are acceptable for use with a ‘maximum HS partial pressure of 100 kPa (15 pla) at a maximum tomporature of 60°C (140°F) With no olemental sulfur and no resricions on chlorides. If the chloride content is less than 50 mg/L, the H:S partial pressure shall be less than ‘360 KPa (50 psia. 10.22 PREN>40 Highly alloyed austenitic stainless steels inthis category are those having PREN >40. All highly ‘alloyed austenitic stainless steels are acceptable for ‘se inthe solutior-annealed and cold-worked conction to 36 HRC maximum. Free-machining alloys are not ‘ccoptable. Environmental restrictions are 0s follows: 10.221 Ata maximum temperature of 121°C (250°F), the maximum H:S partial pressure shall be 700 kPa abs (100 pia), maximum 5,000 mg/L. ‘chloride, and no elemental (ree) sulfur shal be present 10.222 Ata maximum temperature of 149°C (20°F), the maximum HS pattal pressure shall be 310 kPa abs (45 psia), maximum 5,000 mg/L. chloride, and no elemental (ree) sulfur chal bo present 10.223 Ata maximum temperature of 171°C (G40°F), the maximum HeS partial pressure shall be 100 kPa abs (15 psla), maximum 5,000 mg/l. ‘hioride, and no elemental (free) sulfur shall be present. 10.2.3 UNS N08926 (Incividual Alloy) UNS NO8926 is acceptable in the soluton-annealed ‘and cold-worked condition to 35 HRC maximum at a maximum temperature of 121°C (250°F) with maximum HS partial pressure of 700 kPa abs (100 sia), maximum 60,700 mg/l chloride, a maximum CO» partial pressure of 1.4 MPa abs (200 peta}, and no ‘elemental (tee) sulfur. 10.3. Martensitic Stainless Stee! Tubular Components 10.3.1 API Spec SCTISCTM” grade 1-80 type 13Cr ‘ubuiar components are acceptable up to a maximum HS partial pressure of 10 KPa abs (1.5 psia) in 20 production environments with a produced water pH 235. 103.2 UNS 41426 tubular components are acceptable when quenched and tempered to 27 HRC maximum and yield strength 724 MPa (105 ksi) maximum, and applied up to a maximum H2S partial pressure of 10 kPa abs (1.5 psia) in production environments with a produced water pH 22.5. 10.33 15% CrTubular Components ‘UNS $42600 (15Cr) is acceptable to a maximum HS. Partial pressure of 10 kPa abs (1.6 psia) in production tenvironments with a produced water pH 23.5 as tubing and casing in the quenched and doubleterpered condition Paragraph 10.3.3.1) at a maximum hardness. of 22 HRC as grade 80 only. The tubing and casing is limited to 2pplications in which the HS partial pressure Is Joss than 10 kPa abs (1.5 psia) and the pH of any produced aqueous phase is greater than 3. The quench and temper healireatment procedure shall conform fo the following limitations: 10.3.1 Austeniize 900°C (1,652°) or greater Quench Airor ol quench ‘Ast Temper 730°C (1,946°F) minimum, then cool to ambient 2nd Temper 620°C (1,148°F) minimum, ‘then cool to ambient 10.4 Duplex Stainless Steel Tubular Components Duplex stainless stoo! tubular components in the solution- annealed, quenched, and cold-worked conditon (fernts Content shall be 35 to 65 vol %) are acceptable in the following conciions: 10.4.1. Duplex stainless stools with 90:PRENS4O are accoptable with a maximum hardness of 36 HRC for ‘environments containing 2 kPa abe (0.3 pela) HS partial pressure or lass. 1042 Duplex stainlss stools with 4033 HRC hardness level shall requiro that they exhibit a threshold stress of 95% of actual yield sirength in an anticipated service environment of equivalent pH, H:S partal pressure, and chloride content. 11.46 Wrought UNS 45000 martensitic Preciptaton-hardenable stainless steal ie acceptable for use in compressors in sour environments at 31 HRC maximum hardness (equivalent to 306 HBW for this alloy) and when heat treated in accordance with Paragraph 8.5.3.1 14.4.7 Ausionitic stainless stools mocting the requirements of Paragraph 4.2 are acceptable for use in compressors n sour environments, 14.5. Pipe Fittings 11.5.1 Carbon stecls mesting the requirements of [ASTM A 105/A 105M or A 234/A 234M” grades WPB ‘and WPC are acceptabie in the hot-worked condition 10 the following maximum hardnesses: A 105/A 10514 (ter HEMT: A 2A 24M WRB ard WPC (197 Haw) 23 ‘MRO175-2003 Section 12: Drilling and Well-Servicing Equipment 42.1. General. Metalic materials used for diling and well servicing equipment shall meet the requirements of this section if they are to be exposed to sour environments and shall be fabricated in complance with Section 8, except as otherwise indicated herein, 12.2 Contral of Diling and Well Servicing Envionmonts 12.2.4 The service stresses involved in dring and well-servicing operations often require the use of materia's and components having hardness (strength) ‘greater than that permitted for carbon and low-aloy steels in Section 3. When such materials and ‘components are required for driling formations or are ‘operating in sour environments, the primary means for avoiding SSCISCC is control of the driling or well servicing environment. As service stresses and material hardnesses increase, driling fd contol becomes increasingly imoortan. 1222 The driing environment is controled by maintenance of driling uid hydrostatic head and fuid density to minimize formation Nid in-fow and by the Use of one or more ofthe folowing: (1) maintenance of pH 10 or ‘higher to neulralize H:S in the dilled formation; (2) use of chemical sulfide scavengers; and {3 oof tig Pdi whch o te connie 88. 12.23. When aluminum chil pipe is used, the driting fluid pH should not exceed 10.5 to avoid accelerated ‘mass-loss corrosion, 12.3. Driling Equiprnont 1231 Dril'Stem 1231.1 Dail pipe, tool joints, dil collars, and other tubular components, 123.111 Steel tubular components meeting API specications listed in Table D2 in Appendix D are acceptabie if the drling environment is controled (see Paragraph 422). For opimum SSCISCC resisiance, sieel components having specified minimum Yiald strongths greater than 680 MPa (95 ksi) Should be heat treated by quenching and tempering. 1231.2 Welding of Too! Joints to Dri Pipe 123.1.24 The wold and HAZ shall be heat troated by austenitizing, cooling to a {temperature bolow the transformation range, and 1g at_a minimum tempering ‘temperature of 893°C (1,100°F), 1231.3 Hardsurfacing 129.134 Hardourfacing deposits on {ubuiae ating componenis may be appled onyy to regons of increased. cross-section where service stesses are reduced. These Soposis do not require heat treatment after being epoted. 1232. Drileits 1232.1 Dail bits are outside the scope of this standard 123.3 Other Diling Components 4233.1 Other driling components (slush Pumps, swivels, Kelly cocks, etc.) shall be manufactured from materials in compliance wih Sections 3 through 8. Parts of these components that are isolated from the sour diliing Nuid or that are exgosed only to the controled dling fuid environment (see Paragraph 12.2.2) are outside the scope ofthis standard 124 Blowout Preventer (BOP) 12.4.1 Blowout preventer body and parts (excluding ram and ram shear blades) shall_moot the requirements of Sections 3 through 8. 12.42 Blowout Preventer Shear Blades 12424 High-strength and _high-hardness stools are required for ram shear blades to shear dill pipe during diling emergency conditions. However, these materials are highly susceptible to SSCISCC, 12.43 Rams 12434 Lowelloy steels processed in accordance with Sections 3 through 8 are ‘acceptable for rams. Lowalloy steels in the ‘chromiummolybdenum class (and ts modifications) are acceptable as rams at 26 HRC maximum in the quenched and tempered ‘condition. Careful attention to chemical ‘composiion and heat treatment is required to ‘ensure SSC resistance of these alloys at hardness levels greater than 22 HRC. SSC tests shall be ‘conducted to establish that the material is ‘equivalent in SSC performance to materials that have given satisfactory service in sour ‘environments. NACE International 12.5. Choke Manifolds and Choke and Kil Lines 12.5.4 Choke manifolds and choke and killines shall comply withthe requirements of Sections 3 through 8. 126 Dril Stem Testing 12.6.1. Dill ster testing isnot ordinaily conducted in @ controled citing environment. Materials for dill ‘tem testing shall comply with the requirements of ‘Sections 3 through 10 and Paragraph 12.2.4 12.62 Materials shown in Table 02 in Appendix 0 ‘can also be used with operational procedures that take into consideration the factors enumerated in Paragraph 41.4, which may involve use of inhibitor, limited entry, Fimited time, limited pressure, and metallurgical or factors. Such operational procedures, are ‘side the scope ofthis standard (see AP! RP 7G*), 12.7 Formation-Testing Tools 12.7.4 Materials for formation-testing tools shall ‘comply with the requirements of Sections 3 through 10 ‘and Paragraph 12.2.1 12.8 Floating Driting Operations 12.81 Blowout Preventers (BOP) 12.8.1.1 Blowout preventers. shall comply with the requirements of Paragraph 12.4. 12.82 _Driling Riser Systems 12.821 If the fow of sour formation fuids is handled by diverting the flow at the sea floor BOP. tough the choke and kil ines, the driling riser pipa, riser connections, ball or flex joints, and telescoping joints need not comply with this standard. If, however, the riser system is to be exposed fo ‘sour environments, materials used shall moet the requirements of Sections 3 through Band Table 01. 4283 Choke and KillLines 12.8.3.1 Materials for the choke and kill nes ‘and manifolds shall comply wit the requirements of Sections 3 through 8 ‘Section 13: Adding New Materials to Section 13.1 Balloting ariteria: Carbon and lowalloy steels and ‘cast irons with a hardness greater than 22 HRC that are not ‘otherwise covered by this standard must moet the fllowing ‘minimum balloting criteda for balloting prior to lnclusion in this standard. These balloting ctiteia are necessary but ‘may not be sufficient conditions for Inclusion in all cases, NACE international MR0175-2003 12.9 Wet-Servicing Equipment 12.94 Fluid Sampling Containers 12.911 Containers pressurized with the production “environment shall mest the requirements ofthis standard, 12.92 Downhole Service Tools 1292.1 Downhole servicing tools are not covered by this standard. ‘The user shall ensuro that the material is satisfactory forthe limited time, in the intended service environment. 12.93 Work Sting 12.9.3.1 Work stings used during woll servicing when ‘sour fluids are to be encountered shall ‘comply with the requirements of Paragraph 10.1 or 12.3 as applicable. Work strings that are to be ‘exposed 10 controlled diiling fuid environments, only are outside the scope of this standard, 12.94 Blowout Proventers 12.9.4.1_ Blowout preventers shall comply with ‘he requirements of Paragraph 12.4, 12.9.5 Choke and Kil Lines 12.9.6.1 Choke and kill lines and manifolds shall comply with the requirements of Sections 3 ‘through 8 12.98 Production Test Facies 12.9.6.1 Production test facities shall comply with the requirements of Sections 3 through 8. 129.7 Wire Line Lubricator Assembly 129.71 Wire ine lubricator and auxliary ‘equipment shall comply with the requiremonts of ‘Sections 3 through 8 and Table D1 in Appendix. Carbon and Low-Alloy Steels and Cast Irons 18.1.1. Additions are accomplished using laboratory of field tests performed and successful balloting in ‘accordance with the requirements of this standard, 18.1.2 Requests for revision ofthis standard shall be rade in wiling to NACE Headquarters as described in 25 ‘MR0175-2003 the NACE Technical Commitee Publications Manuel” These requests shall state the speciic changes proposed, supported by appropriate documentation, Including ‘a complete description of the materials of processes and laboratory or field test data or service performance, or other technical justification. The requested chango shall be reviewed and balloted as described in the NACE Technical Commitee Publications Manual. 13.13 The candidate stocl must be tested in accordance with the test procedures established in NACE Standard 7M0177. The tense bar, C-rng, bent beam, and double-cantiover beam as described in NACE Standard TM0177 are accepted test specimens. ‘Any of these test specimens may be used. 19.14 Aminimum of three test specimens from each of three different commercially prepared heals must be tested in the {heatsreated) condition alloted for M0175 inclusion. The composition of each heat and the heat treatment(s) used shall be furnished as part of the ballot. The candidate material's composition range and/or UNS number and iis heattreated conditon requested for inclusion in MRO175 must be included with the ballot. 13.15 The Rockwell hardness of each test specimen ‘must be determined and reported as pat ofthe ballot. The average harcness of each test specimen shall be the hardness of that test specimen. The minimum test specimen hardness obtained for a given heavcondion shal be the hardness of that heatlcondition for the Purpose of balloting. The maximum hardness Tequested for inclusion of the candidate material in MRO175 must be specified in the balot and shall be supported by the data provided. 13.4.6 For each of the tests performed, the testing h mm | (cksMcun) LUTS® 580-650 MPa (86-94 ks!) | loaded beyond yield, iron ‘castings, solution | Elong. 47-54% ‘coupled and non-iren caupled heat-treated YS 330-340 MPa (48.50 ks) __| TMO177 tensile, oaded to yield, | No Talures in 720" h LUTS 650-690 MPa (94-100 ksi) | iron coupled and non-ion long, 47-48% coupled Yas © timate tone strenath. ‘UNS NO8367 in the wrought, solution heat treated or solution heat-treated and cold-worked condiion to 35 HRC maximum in the ‘absence of elemental sufur. (See Table C2) Table C2 Test_| Material Type and] Material Properties Test Method and Test Results Level Condition Environment TWand li | ONS NO8367 solution | VS 1,300 MPa (120 kl) | TMOT77 Mothod A loaded to | Ne failures in heat-treated and UTS 1,400 MPa (200 ksi) | 90% of yield, ron coupled and | 720+ h solution heat-treated | Elong, 11-16% on-iron coupled ‘and cold-worked Hardness 41-45 HRC Vinod ‘point bori-beam, Test Level | No fallares Th modified: 10% NaCi, 121°C | 720+h (250°F), 0.7 MPa abs (100 psia) HS, at 100% of yield ‘Wrought UNS $32654 in the absence of elemental sufur, and in the annealed condition at a hardness lovel of 22 HRC maximum provided that itis fee of cold work designed to enhance the mechanical properties. (See Table C3) Table C3 ‘Test | Material Type and Wateriat “Test Method and Environment Test Resuits Level Condition Properties. MW | Wrought, anneaied_| Hardness upto | Fourpointtoading, 0,-1.0 x VS, 6% NaGl+ ‘Zspecimens UNS $3265 16.5 HRC 0.5% acetic acid, RT™ tested, no cracks, ptot" = pS = 100 kPa abs (15 psla) T | Wrought, anneated, | Hardness upto | Fourpoint loading, 0.9-1.0 x YS, 5% NAGI+ TZ specimens ‘cold deformed by | | 42.5 HRC 0.5% avetic acid, RT tested, no cracks rolling 40% UNS plot = ptlaS = 100 kPa abs (15 psie) 832654. TT Wrought, annealed | Hardness upto | Four-pointloading, 0.9-1.0x YS, coupling to ‘Zepecimens UNS $3265 16.5 HRC ‘carbon steel, 5% NaC! + 0.5% acetic acid, RT | tested, no cracks plot = pHeS = 100 kPa abs (15 psia) W | Wrought anneaied, | Hardness up io | Four-point lacing, 0.9-1.0 x YS, coupling 10 ‘Zepecimens ‘old deformed by | | 42.5 HRC carbon steel, 5% NaCi + 0.5% acetic acid, RT | tested, no cracks rolling 40% UNS pot = pHaS = 100 kPa abs (15 psia) ‘S92654 Woon ternperature- (© Total pressure, 34 NACE International ‘MR0175-2003 Wrought UNS $31266 processed with vacuum induction melting {VIM) or vacuum oxygen deosidation (VOD) followed by clectrosiag remelting (ESR) and subsequently solution annealed and cold worked to 38 HRIC maximum hardness for use up to Test Level V. (See Tabe C4.) Table C4 Test | Material Type | Material Properties, Test Method and ‘Stress Level | Test Results Level_|_and Condition Environment T | Solution. STARE TMOI7? Method A— TOO VG AcuIATYS | 72h ‘annealed and 5% NaCl No atures ‘coldirawn UNS. 0.5% acetic acld 831206 0.40 MPa abs (15 psia) HS 24°C (75°F) T | Seiten FARE "TMO177 Method A— {00% Agua VS | 720% ‘annealed and 5% NaCl No faures ‘eokd-drawn 0.5% acetic acld UNS 31266 0.10 MPa abs (15 psia) HS. 24° (75°F) ‘Coupled to steel T | Sauter 37,36, BARC "TMO177 Method A— TO0% Acua VS | 720h ‘onnealed ond 5% NaC No fares ‘cold-worked by 0.5% acetic acid tensile straining 0.10 MPa abs (15 psia) HS. UNS $31266 20°C 75°F T | Solution 37, 36, SSHRC "TMO1T7 Method A— TO% Actua YS | 720 ‘annealed and 5% NaCl No fallures ‘cold-worked by 0.5% acetic acid tensile straining 0.10 MPa abs (15 psia) H:S UNS $31266 28°C (75°F) V_| Solution. #THRC TMO177 Method A— 00% Acual YS at | 720h ‘annealed and 45% Nacl 180°C (802"F) | No fares ‘cold-drawn 0.7 MPa abs (100 psia) HS UNS 31266 11.4 MPa abs (200 psia) CO; 150°C (902°F) V_| Setiton 7, SBARC TMOI77 Metiod A— DOG Aca YS al | 70h ‘annealed and 15% NaCl 180°C (302"F) | No faliures, ‘cold-workod by 0.7 MPa abe (100 psia) HS tensile straining 41.4 MPa abs (200 psa) CO UNS 31266 450°C (302°F) V-, | Soliton 36, STARE Four-point bend wat | T00% Actual YS” | 7208 mod” | annealed and 20% Nac at 160°C (302"F) | No falures ‘cokolled (0.7 MPa abs (100 psia) HeS UNS 31266 414 MPa abs (200 psia} CO 450°C (302"F) Gd, — 20K NaCl was used watead of he Slandard 16% NaCl as given in tho nana Tost Lavel V teat ohio Wrought UNS $34565 in the solution-annealed condition to 29 HRC maximum in the absence of elemental sulfur. (See Table 5) Table C5 Test | Material Type and ‘Waterial “Test Method and ‘Stress Level | Test Results Lovet Condition. Properties. Environment Til | Wrought, sotion- Wax 29HRC | TMOT77, Solution A RT, ‘3O%VS | No faures ‘annealed UNS 34565, Method A TW | Wrought, solution- Wax 29HRC | TO177, Table Bi Test Level | 60% SMVS | No falures annealed UNS 334565 Iv, 90°C (194°F), Method A 17] Wrought, solution- Wax 29 7IRC| Sinilar to T0198, 90°C Wo oracks ennealed UNS 34565 (194°) Wrought low-carbon martensitic stainless steel UNS $41426 in the austentized, quenched, and tempered condition to 28 HRC ‘maximum hardness in the absence of elemental sufur. (See Table C6.) NACE international 35 MRO175-2003 Table C6 ‘Test | Material Type and | Material] Tost Method and Environment | Stress Level | Test Level ‘Condition Properties Results T | Wrought, quenched, | 29, 27,28 | TOTTT Solution A except iS | 80% SMYS | No and tempered UNS | HRC 0.010 MPa abs (1.5 psia) failures 841425 pHa RT Method A. Uncoupled to steet T | Wrought, quenched, |28, 27, 28, 25 | Has 0.0031 MPa abs (0.48 pala) | 80% and 90% | No and tempered UNS’ | HRC CO; 0.7 MPa abs (100 psia) SMS failures 841425 NaCl 15% “Temp. 90°C (194°F) T | Wrought, quenched. | 28, 27, 28 | HS 0.010 MPa abs (1.5 psia) | 80% and 90% | No and tempered UNS | HRC CO; 20 MPa abs (450 psia) ‘SMYS failures 341425 Naci 5% ‘Temp. 175°C (348°) Wrought UNS NOB03! in tho cold-worked condition to 36 HRC maximum and 3.45 MPa abs (500 pela) H:S paral prossure ‘maximum in the absence of elemental sufur. (See Table C7.) Table C7. ‘Test Level | _ Material Type and | Material Properties Test Method and ‘Stress Level | Test ‘Condition Environment Results T | Caxbworked wrought | 38, 37, 36HRC | TMOI77 Solution A 700% YS No failures UNS NOB031 RT." Method & Tl | Cod worked wrought | 88,37, 36ARC | TMOT77 Solution A 100% YS Ne faares UNS NO803t RT, Method A V__ | Cole-worked wrought | 36,37, 36HRC | MRO175, Table Bi 700% YS | No failures UNS NOBO31 Test Level V, 150°C (300°F) VW | Colé-worked wrought [36,67, S@HRO | MRO176, Table B1 TOR YS | Ne talures UNS NoB03t Test Level Vi, 175°C (347°) Room Temperate ‘Wrought UNS NO7924 in the solution-annealed and aged condition at a maximum hardness of 35 HRC for use in environments, vith no elemental sulfur upto 175°C (247°F), Test Level VI. (See Table C8.) Table C8 Test Level | Material Type and Material Test Method and Test Resue Condion Propertos Environment i UNS NO7938 35-36 HRC TWO177 Solution | No faire in 7207 and Wrought,solution- YS: 735-776 MPa Method A (tensile), hours ill | annealed: and aged (106-112 ks} loaded to 100% of YS, UTS: 4,180-1220 MPa | roomtemp., on coupled and (71-176 ks ‘onion Elong. 4d: 34% coupled BAN: AT-i9% UROITS, TabieT No St vi ‘Same Materials ‘Same Properties, Tost Loval Vi, 178°C (347"F) | « TTEEMTTF air SSRT°"for SCC in sour 0.98-4.08 cifld service, NACE TMO198 | « Elong/Eleng. ai ‘stancard extension rate 0:92-.00 4x 10%sec" | RAVRA aie o75004 Reticion wee ‘© Siow strain rate test. ‘© Total time to failure. ‘Wrought UNS NO7725 in the solutlon-annealed and aged condition at a hardness level of 43 HRC maximum in the absence of ‘elemental sulfur. (See Table C9.) 36 NAGE International ‘MR0175-2003 For nondownhole applications, cast UNS N26625 (CWEMC) in accord Table Co Tost] Material Typo Watorial Properties "Fost Method and Tost Results Level_| and Condition Environmont Tl [UNS NO7725, | YS7,030-1,100 MPa (140-160 ks) | TMOI77 Method A, tense test_| No falluresin soluon-anneaied | UTS 1,350-1,390 MPa (196-202 ks) | at 100% of YS, coupled to 720 ‘and aged Elong. 23-25% steel, environment of Test RA33.46% Levelt in Table 84, 25°C rrr Vi [ UNS NOTT25, [YS 7,050-7,100 MPa (149-160 Ks)__| T0196 SSRT, envronmentot_| No faire, ‘solufion-anneated | UTS 7,360-1,390 MPa (190-202 ks) | Test Level VI in Table B1, SSR" ratios ‘and aged Etong. 28-25% 175°C (347°F) 0.82-1.16, RA 33.46% rrormai ductile behavior "Siow Sian Rake. 169 with ASTM A 494° in the cast, solution-heat-treated condition to 195 HBW maxcmum in he absonce of elemental sul. (See Table C10) Table C10 ‘Test Level | Watorial Type Waierial Properties Test Method and Tost Rosalia and Condition Environment Tard | UNS Nze625 | YSSOWPa (6 Fs] MOTT solution, 180° bend | No Taures a (cwenc) UTS 670-660 MPa (82-96 i) | loaded beyond yee, ion | 720+ teastngs, long, 31-63% coupied and nonron coupled solusorrheat- Lined YS 280-200 MPa (41-42 ksi) "TNO777 tensile, oaded to let, | No faites in UTS 580-610 MPa (64-88 ksi) | ironcoupled andnorvron | 720+ Elong, 59-64% coupled UNS $41426 tubing and casing, quenched and tempered to 27 HRC mavimum and yield strength 730 MPa (105 ksi) maximum, ‘and applied up to a maximum HS paral pressure of 10 kPa abs (1.5 psia) in production environments with a ‘produced water pH 235. (See Table C11.) Table C11 Test] Material Type | Material Properties ‘Test Method and Environment Test Results Level_| and Condition T | Wrought, 1 HRC 28.4 TNOT77, Method A No fares ‘quenched, and | YS741MPa(108 ksi) | 0.010 MPa abs (1.5 psia) H.S + 0.0931 MPa tempered UNS | 2. HRC 28.5 ‘abs (13.5 psia) COz 41426 YS 738 MPa (107) ksi | 5% NaCl, pH 3.5, 25°C (77°F), at 80% of YS. 3, HRC 29 YS.779 MPa (113 kal) T_} wrought, 1. HRC 28 TNOT7T, Method A No falares quenched, and | YS 738MPa (107 ksi) | 0.0031 MPa abs (0.45 psia) HS tempered UNS | 2. HRC 29 40.087 MPa abs (14 psia) CO; 341426 YSTIEMPA (t12ks) | 6% NAO, 25°C (77), a1 80H ofS YS779 MPa (113 ksi) T | wisigri, 1 HRC 28 TNOT7?, Nethcd C No fares quenched, and | YS 738 MPa (107 ksi) | 0.010 MPa abs (1.5 psia) Has tempered UNS | 2. HRC29 ++.3:1 MPa abs (450 psia) COz 841426 YS772MPa(112ksi) | 5% NaCl, 175°C (347°F), 3. HRC 29 ‘at 80% of YS for 738 MPa (107 ksi) and 772 YS779MPa(113 ksi) | MPa (112 ks) at 90% of YS for 779 MPa (113 ksi Wrought UNS R20033 in the annealed or annealed and cold-worked condiion fo 36 HRC maximum in the absence of elemental sulfur. (Soe Table C12) NACE International 7 MR0175-2003 MROU75, Table 1 Test Level IV, 90°C (194°) Table C12 Test Material Waterial Propertios ‘Tost Method ‘Stress Level Test Level_| Type and Condition ‘and Environment Results 1 | UNS R20083, Hardness 4HRC | TMOI77 TORS Ne fare \okd-worked bar Method A Solution A, RT T | UNS 20038, cold- | Hardness 40HRG | TMO177" 100% VS No faire ‘worked bar Method A. Solution A, RT. TW | UNS 20085, cold= | Hardness 35 HRC | TMO177 TOO%YS No Faure worked bar Method A, LUNS N07626, totaly dense hot compacted by a powder metallurgy process, inthe solton-annealed (927°C [1,700°F] minimum) plus aged (538 to B16°C [1,000 to 1,500"F]) condiion or the diectaged (53B t0 816°C [1,000 to 1.500°F)) condition to a ‘maximum hardness of 40 HRC and a maximum tensile strength of 1,380 MPa (200 ksi. (See Table O13) CO; +70%N+ | aged 1 gb $ Table C13 : Test Level Material Type and | Material Properties | Test Method, Environment | Test Results Condition TW UNS NO7626, powder, | ¥S1,020Ps (148 | TMOT77 ©, Cring tested at | No failures in hot compacted, direct” | ka), 41 HRC 100% YS, coupledto steel, | 720hows aged environment of Tost Lovell in Table Bt, 25°C (77°F) 25% NaCl + | UNSNOTS25, powder, | YSO17 Wha (133 Ka), | C-ring tested at 90% YS, ‘No fares in 15% HeS + 15% | hot compacted, direct | 40 HRC coupled to steel, 25°C (77°F) | a0 cays 6Op+70%N | aged 25% NaCl + | UNS NO7625, powder, | YSSi7 MPa (133 ka), | Oxing tested al 90% VS, 205°C | No fares in 15% HiS + 15% | hot compacted, direct” | 40 HRC (400"F) 720 hours ‘Components manufactured from wrought, low-carbon martensitic stainloss ste! UNS S41427 bar in the austeniized, quenched, ‘and double-tempered condition to 29 HRC maximum inthe absence of elemental sulfur at ambient temperature provided they are heat treated in accordance withthe folowing heat-treatment procedure. (See Table C14.) Heat Treatment Procedure (Three-Step Process): (1) Austentize 900 to 980°C (1,852 to 1,798°F) and air coo or oil quench to arrbient temperature, (2) Temper at 600 to 700°C (1,112 to 1,282°F) and air coo! to ambient temperature. (8). Temper at $40 to 620°C (1,004 to 1,148°F) and air cool to ambient temperature. 38 NACE International ‘MRO175-2003 Table C14 ‘Test | Material Typo | Material Properties | Test Mathed, Environment ‘Stress Test Level_| and Condition Level__| Results Wrought, () SORRE TMOTTT Method A ‘30% of yield [ NF land | YS751 MPa (109ksi) | 1 wt%NaCl+ CHsCOONa (0.04 | stress 2) 29HRC gll) + CH,COOH (0.23 va) tempered UNS | YS 682 MPa (98.9ks) | H:S 10 kPa abs (1.45 psia or 0.1 @) S0HRC bar abs), balance COs YS 765 MPa(111 ksi) pHs RT T | Wrooght, T)S0FRC “THOTT Method A DOR af veld | NF ‘quenched, and | YS 751 MPa (109 02% NaCl + CHsCOONa (6.8 gL) | stress: doubie- (2/29 HRC + CHsCOOH tempered UNS | YS 682 MPa(98.9ksi) | H-S 10 kPa abs (1.45 psia or 0.1 s1427 (@)30HRC bar abs), balance CO; YS 765 MPa(111 ksi) PH3S Rr. T | wreoght, (y SORE TOIT MatOg A 35% and | NF quenched, and | YS 751 MPa (109 ksi) | 15% NaCl + CHxCOONa (4.1 git) | 90% of yiels double- @ zoHRC H2S7 kPa abs (1 psia or 0.07 bar | stress tempered UNS | YS 682 MPa (98.9 ks) ‘bs), balance CO, sear @ s0HRC pH42 YS 765 MPa (114 ks) RT ‘Wrought, (1) 28 HRC TOIT Method A BO% and [NF ‘quenched, and | YS 709 MPa (103 ksi) 15% NaCi 90% of, ‘couble- (2265 HRC HS 3 kPa abs (0.44 psiaor 0.03 | SvYS tempered UNS | YS711 MPa (103 ksi) bar abs) 841427 (€O; 700 kPa abs (100 psia or 7 bar abs) Temp. 90°C (194°F) Wrought, (28 RRC TMO177 Method A 30% and NF ‘quenched, and | YS 709 MPa (103 ksi) 5% NaCl 90% of double- 2 26.5HRC HaS 10 kPa abs (1.45 sia or 0.1. | SMYS. tempered UNS | YS 711 MPa(103 ksi) bar abs) 41427 (€0» 20,000 kPa abs (2,900 psia or 1200 bar abs) ‘Temp. 175°C (347°F) TRF = Wo als aera TOUR tsi draion. Wrought UNS NO77/16 lo 43 HRC maximum in the soluon-annealed and aged condition. (See Table C15.) Table C15 Test | Material Type Waterial Properties TTest Method and t Levels_| and Condition Environment Results TH) UNS NO7716, | YS'.170 to 1.280 MPa (170 To 165.8) | TOTTT Method A, tensie teat | No failures solution: UTS 7,430 to 1,460 MPs (208 10212 ks) | al 100% of YS, coupled to | in 720 annealed and | Elongation 14 to 24% steel, environmentofTest | hours aged RAAB 0 53% Level iin Table 1, 25°C (rrr) z 1 | UNS NO77H6, | YS4.170 00 1,280 MPa (170 to 186 Ka) | TMOi98 SER Test, No failures. solution. UTS 1,430 to 1,460 MPa (208 to 212 ks). | environment of Test Level VI_ | SSR ratios annealed and | Elongation 14 to 24% InTable 1, 175°C @47°F) | 0.980 aged RA39 (0 52 101 NACE International 39 ‘MRO175-2003 LUNS 495970 in the cast, solution-heat-treated, and water-quenched condition to 94 HRB maximum in the absence of elemental sulfur, (See Table C16) Table C16, Test | Waterial Waterial Propertios ‘Test Method, Environment — | Test Results Level | Typo and Condition T | UNS 195370” | Ye 42010 408 MPa Wethod A No faire at 80% cost super | Hardness 94 HRB ‘actual 0.2% austenitic proof stress TT] UNS J98370” | As above Wothod x No failure af 80% cast auper actual 0.2% ‘ustentic proof stress, ‘V__] UNS 195370” | As above Four point bends according t@ | No failure up to cast super EFC 17 90% actual 0.2% austenitic proof stress. 40 NACE International MRO175-2003 Appendix D: Acceptable Materials “This appendix gives materials tiatinge a8 an ald to matorial in the text. The text takes precedence over these tables. TABLE D1 ‘Acceptable Materials for Subsurface Equipment {or Direct Exposure to Sour Environments (see Paragraph 1.4) Use ‘Material Dillable packer components ‘Duallo ron (ASTMIA 836°" RSTTIA SIM) Dilable packer components Malloabo iron (ASTM A 22014 220," A 602") Compression members Gray ron (ASTM A 4BIA 48M," A 278/A 278M) Al crv! ‘ASTM A276.” type 9 ‘ASTM A 182A 182M grade F9 ‘ASTM A 213/A 213M" grado TO EAR manna TABLE D2 APL and ASTM Specifications for Tubular Goods Materials listed inthis table are acceptable undor environmental conditions noted. Operating Temperatures” For All Temperatures! For 66°C (150°F) or Greater For 79°C (175°F) or For 2107°C, Greater (e225) Tubing and Gasina Tubing and Casing Tubing and Casing API Spec SCTISCTM grades H-40,° J- API Spec SCTISCTM grade N-80 API Spec SCTISCTM API Spoc 55, K-55, N65, C-75 (types 1, 2,3), (quenched and tempered), grades 40, N-80, P- SCTISCTM and 20 (type 1) grade C-95, 7-95 type 2 408, P-110 grade O-125° Proprietary" grades in accordance with Proprelary quenched and Proprietary quenched and Paragraph 10.1.3 Tempered grades with 760 tempered grades to 965 UNS K12125, MPa (110. ksi) or less MPa (140 kai) maximum ‘API SCTISCTM grades C-90 type 1 and maximum yield strength yield strength 7.95 type 1 Casing and ‘tubing made of Pipe®™® Cro low-alloy stools (AIS! 41XX and its. modifications) API Spec SL grades A&B and grades inthe quenched and 42 through X-65, tempered condition at 30 ASTM HRC maximum hardness ‘A53IA 53M and. in specified minimum ‘A108 grades A. B,C yield strength (SMYS) grades of 690, 720, and 760 MPa (100, 108, and 110 ksi) (see Paragraph 10.1.3). Drill Stem Materials!” API Spec 5D grades 0, E, X95, 6 105, & $135 (See Peregreph 123.41) ‘pact reitaGe may boroqured by aber candace and codes for lw opera opeare. © Conteueis minimum lomporalire fo: lowe: trperaties, select fom te frst cols. © 60 Pa (6 Ks) maximum yield svengh permissible © Welied graces shall moat he requtemants ef Socions 3 and 6 of ths tana © Pipe shal have a maximum harness of 22 HRC. © For use under contoted envrenments as defied in Paragraph 12.2 © lgorlees ofthe roquremonts forthe current econ of APL Spee SCTISCTM, the Q-125 grade shall always: (1) have maximum Yield strength ol 1030 Ma (150 ka), be quenched and tempered: and (3) bean alloy based on Cr-Mo chemi. The C-¥n alloy chemist Is potscceptabie. i See Paragraph 10.1 and Section 16. NACE International a