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Corrosion of the internal and external surfaces of pipelines is a leading cause of buried pipeline failure, which in turn leads to huge financial losses and poses a threat to human lives. Find out how to protect buried pipes from corrosion.

With many designs on the market it’s hard to know what to look for. Here we examine five things to consider when selecting wet or vapor abrasive blasting equipment for your next project.

When it comes to corrosion engineering, seawater is one of the most important environments to discuss. Here we'll take a look at what causes pipeline corrosion in oceans, and how it affects certain structures.

The proper design to minimize corrosion is as important as the selection of materials. In many structures, a lack of design consideration given to corrosion control is the weakest link in corrosion control.

Learn the five major considerations you should make before coating a high-temperature surface.

See the results of an independent research and development organization that recently designed, built and tested fully insulated assemblies protected by leading thin blanket insulations for corrosion under insulation and thermal stability.

With CUI, it's best to think about long-term solutions and minimizing future failures. This takes an effort at all phases of the life cycle, but it starts in the engineering phase.

A review of a 40-year case history at two massive Gulf Coast refinery complexes in the U.S. exposes how drastically water-absorbent insulation impacts corrosion under insulation in the CUI temperature range.

When metals are incorrectly combined and exposed to water and other types of electrolytes, the effects can be very harmful. Find out more about the galvanic series and how the knowledge of metal nobility can be used to prevent corrosion.

Crude oil isn't corrosive, but some of the impurities commonly found in it are. Find out what those components are, and what can be done to mitigate their effects.

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