This experimental study deals with the mechanism of spoilers that cause scouring around pipelines. The design methodology was applied to spoilers for accelerating pipelines that undergo self-burial into the sand-bed and evaluated using approaching experimental analysis. The experimental study was conducted to investigate the self-burial ability of submarine pipelines with two types of sand-bed models: silt and sand. Spoilers of different heights were attached to the top of the pipeline for each experiment case. The relationship between the relative scour depth and spoiler height was evaluated by applying different flow velocities and sand diameters and comparative analysis was performed with values obtained from similarity experiments and theory. The experimental study will be useful in establishing a database for the design of spoilers.