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c.  NACE certified corrosion protection specialist or cathodic protection
specialist with a minimum of five years experience in the applicable CPS.
CPS surveys or designs accomplished by Navy in-house design personnel need
not comply with paragraphs 8.a through 8.c above, but shall be reviewed by
the cognizant EFD Code 16 Corrosion Control (C2) Coordinator or
9.  Perform field tests (resistivity, pH, current requirements, etc.) at the
proposed installation to evaluate, as a minimum, soil and/or water
corrosivity.  The tests shall be used to design the CPS and assumptions shall
be supported by the field test data.
10. Design submittals shall include as a minimum the following:
a.  PEP - soil and/or water corrosivity data, current requirement test
data (if applicable), and all design calculations.
b.  Final drawings - CPS one line diagrams, locations of all Cathodic
Protection equipment (Anodes, rectifiers, test stations, etc.), interference
test points, installation details, insulating fittings, and bond connections.
c.  Final specifications - acceptance testing procedures including static
(native) potentials, initial and final system potentials, and interference
Project Managers shall contact the EFD Corrosion Control Coordinator
regarding the CPS design at the pre-final project phase and, upon request,
shall forward the design documents to the Coordinator for review.
11. CPS shall be compatible with existing systems.  When plastic pipe is
selected to replace or extend existing pipe, thermal weld an insulated No. 8
AWG copper wire to the existing steel pipe and ran the full length of the
plastic pipe for continuity and locator tracing purposes.
12. Design CPS for overall system maintainability.


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