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The Future of Corrosion: How New Technologies Are Helping Battle Corrosion Failures

Each year corrosion management and remediation costs the globe a staggering US$2.5 trillion or 3.5% of the global GDP. Moreover, corrosion-related accidents and failures can result in environmental damage and the loss of human lives. Preventing such failures is pivotal to the corrosion industry. As such, it is no surprise that the industry is constantly trying to find new and improved ways to combat corrosion.


Join Corrosionpedia and our panel of experts as we look at new and upcoming corrosion technologies, as well as improvements to older methods, that are helping to streamline procedures, decrease costs and stop failures from happening.
Chelsey Reschke
Chelsey Reschke

Business Mentor

Grant Jones
Grant Jones

Director of Business Development, Autonomic Materials

Martin van Leeuwen
Martin van Leeuwen

Director, Technology & Market Development at International Zinc Association

Gabriel Cyr
Gabriel Cyr

PEC Applications Engineer at Eddyfi

Anil Chikkam J
Anil Chikkam J

Cathodic Protection Engineer & Failure Analysis Project Manager, Matergenics

Jordan Dubuc
Jordan Dubuc

Chief Technology Officer, OneBridge Solutions

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