National Association of Corrosion Engineers International (NACE)
Definition - What does National Association of Corrosion Engineers International (NACE) mean?
The National Association of Engineers (NACE) International is a standards developer that is globally recognized as the leading authority for corrosion control solutions. It is charged with creating and providing corrosion prevention and control standards used by industries in which corrosion is a key concern.
Headquartered in Houston, Texas, NACE International was formed in 1943 as the National Association of Corrosion Engineers. The organization serves nearly 30,000 members from 116 countries.
Corrosionpedia explains National Association of Corrosion Engineers International (NACE)
- When corrosion is a factor, standard practices are methods of selection, design, installation or operation of a material or system.
- Test methods are tests related to corrosion prevention and control.
- Material requirements are standards that define the required material characteristics when corrosion is a factor in material selection, application and maintenance.
NACE is a member of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
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