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Impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) is necessary when stray electrical currents threaten to corrode metal equipment. This video explains the whole process.
The Department of Defense conducted a corrosion cost study to quantify what they had known for years—that corrosion was a huge financial drain on the national and military infrastructure. This is why the industry is crying for well-trained recruits.
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