Abatement

Definition - What does Abatement mean?

Abatement is a process that is used to reduce the effects of corrosion.

In this process, abatement compounds are used in the successful control and management of corrosion in both exposed and occluded parts of various machinery.

Corrosionpedia explains Abatement

Successful corrosion management requires a wide range of techniques and technologies. These include the use of abatement compounds that can both prevent corrosion from developing on certain sites and suppress damage that has already occurred.

Abatement is performed as post-production corrosion treatment to offer cost-effective and reliable corrosion protection and to mitigate existing corrosion. Abatement has been very beneficial in the aircraft industry for decades, as it is a very affordable method to fight corrosion.

One of the great advantages is that it involves little or no preparation for the site prior to application. Additionally, the abatement compounds can be used at a maintenance level in the field rather than factory application.

Therefore, corrosion can be prevented early, prior to significant damage occurring. This process does not take the place of high-performance paints and coats, but it can be highly efficient in coating areas that have been degraded or damaged, extending the life of a specific coating as well as the integrity of areas that have not been reached by corrosion prevention techniques.

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