Francisco Servigna has 15 years of experience in the Venezuelan National Oil Company as a process and corrosion engineer. Francisco holds a bachelor’s science degree in Chemical Engineering, a master’s science degree in Mechanical Engineering (Computational Thermoscience) and a Master Business in Project Management.
In his experience as corrosion engineer he has provided technical expertise in the areas of:
In addition, Francisco has extensive experience in:
A basic overview of the patina layer that forms during the atmospheric corrosion of copper and its alloys. How the patina forms and how to care for valuable copper...
A look at the chemical nature of aluminum and aluminum corrosion, aluminum oxide film formation, and the uses of aluminum, aluminum oxide and aluminum alloys.
This article provides a basic overview of the relevant differences between two protective coating products for corrosion prevention: polyurea and polyurethane.