Corrosive Substance Characteristic

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Pipes in seawater. Pipes in seawater. Pipes in seawater. Pipes in seawater.


The chemical reactions responsible for the corrosion of pipes in seawater environments are predominantly electrochemical in nature, so...

Salt Limits to Prevent Premature Coating Failures Salt Limits to Prevent Premature Coating Failures Salt Limits to Prevent Premature Coating Failures Salt Limits to Prevent Premature Coating Failures


The presence of non-visible residual surface salts and their impact on life cycle coating performance is well documented, yet no widespread...

Understanding Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals: Why You Should Understand These Key Differences Understanding Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals: Why You Should Understand These Key Differences Understanding Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals: Why You Should Understand These Key Differences Understanding Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals: Why You Should Understand These Key Differences


Ferrous metals contain iron while non-ferrous metals do not. This minor difference, however, gives each type of metal distinct...

Corrosion Rate Conversion: Simple Ways to Convert Data Between Common Corrosion Units Corrosion Rate Conversion: Simple Ways to Convert Data Between Common Corrosion Units Corrosion Rate Conversion: Simple Ways to Convert Data Between Common Corrosion Units Corrosion Rate Conversion: Simple Ways to Convert Data Between Common Corrosion Units


Corrosion rate conversion is important when measuring the corrosion rate (the velocity at which metal is lost) of equipment or a metallic...