Corrosion Prevention Substance Characteristics

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Pipeline with corrosion under insulation CUI Pipeline with corrosion under insulation CUI Pipeline with corrosion under insulation CUI Pipeline with corrosion under insulation CUI


Chloride, galvanic, acidic or alkaline corrosion can cause corrosion under insulation (CUI), but there are ways to prevent the problem.

Photograph of metal ball bearings on carbon fiber. Photograph of metal ball bearings on carbon fiber. Photograph of metal ball bearings on carbon fiber. Photograph of metal ball bearings on carbon fiber.


The use of carbon fiber-reinforced composites is growing thanks to their high strength and light weight. This material poses new challenges...

Flange Corrosion Repair & Protection: Isolating the Sealing Face Flange Corrosion Repair & Protection: Isolating the Sealing Face Flange Corrosion Repair & Protection: Isolating the Sealing Face Flange Corrosion Repair & Protection: Isolating the Sealing Face


Flanges and valves collectively continue to be a major source of hydrocarbon leaks and releases, according to HSE guidance. For flange...

Hot-dip vs Cold Galvanizing: What’s the Difference? Hot-dip vs Cold Galvanizing: What’s the Difference? Hot-dip vs Cold Galvanizing: What’s the Difference? Hot-dip vs Cold Galvanizing: What’s the Difference?


There are two main methods for galvanizing steel: hot-dip galvanizing and cold galvanizing. This article looks at these two galvanizing...

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An Innovative Coating Solution for Oil Sands Equipment Using a Chromium Carbide Weld Overlays

Polyurea coating on a factory floor. Polyurea coating on a factory floor. Polyurea coating on a factory floor. Polyurea coating on a factory floor.


Polyurea coatings are preferred where other coatings fail to protect the substrate. They have the unique advantage of moisture resistance,...

Technician spraying a metal structure with polyurea. Technician spraying a metal structure with polyurea. Technician spraying a metal structure with polyurea. Technician spraying a metal structure with polyurea.


Polyurea is commonly used as a waterproofing sealant and corrosion-resistant coating on metals and concrete surfaces. The reasons for its...

Aviation Coatings for Corrosion Prevention Aviation Coatings for Corrosion Prevention Aviation Coatings for Corrosion Prevention Aviation Coatings for Corrosion Prevention


Corrosive deterioration of the critical surfaces of aircraft can come in the way of ensuring a reliable and safe operational performance....

Engineer standing in front of giant metal gears and cogs. Engineer standing in front of giant metal gears and cogs. Engineer standing in front of giant metal gears and cogs. Engineer standing in front of giant metal gears and cogs.


Among other benefits, case hardened steels provide a hard, outer surface with a soft ductile core, with the capacity for toughness and the...

5 Most Common Types of Metal Coatings that Everyone Should Know About 5 Most Common Types of Metal Coatings that Everyone Should Know About 5 Most Common Types of Metal Coatings that Everyone Should Know About 5 Most Common Types of Metal Coatings that Everyone Should Know About


The 5 most common types of metal coatings that can effectively prolong the service life of many metal assets by preventing corrosion...

Why Monel 400 is So Damn Expensive Why Monel 400 is So Damn Expensive Why Monel 400 is So Damn Expensive Why Monel 400 is So Damn Expensive


Monel 400 remains expensive mainly due to its high nickel content and critical applications in aerospace, petroleum extraction, marine and...

A Look at High Nitrogen Stainless Steels A Look at High Nitrogen Stainless Steels A Look at High Nitrogen Stainless Steels A Look at High Nitrogen Stainless Steels


High nitrogen stainless steels are an increasingly suitable substitute for nickel. Nitrogen can improve corrosion resistance and the...

Metallizing 101 Metallizing 101 Metallizing 101 Metallizing 101


Metallizing is a general term used to describe the process of applying a metallic coating on the surface of an object. It involves several...

Quality Control: Protect Your Pipelines with Active Corrosion Protection Quality Control: Protect Your Pipelines with Active Corrosion Protection Quality Control: Protect Your Pipelines with Active Corrosion Protection Quality Control: Protect Your Pipelines with Active Corrosion Protection


Active corrosion protection is so named because the metal’s surface is allowed to come into contact with corrosive elements while...

12 Things You Need to Know About Austenitic Stainless Steel 12 Things You Need to Know About Austenitic Stainless Steel 12 Things You Need to Know About Austenitic Stainless Steel 12 Things You Need to Know About Austenitic Stainless Steel


Austenitic stainless steels are the most popular grade among the stainless family of alloy steels and are known for their high corrosion...

Everything You Wanted to Know About Rhodium: A Platinum Metal Rarity Everything You Wanted to Know About Rhodium: A Platinum Metal Rarity Everything You Wanted to Know About Rhodium: A Platinum Metal Rarity Everything You Wanted to Know About Rhodium: A Platinum Metal Rarity


Rhodium is a precious rare metal, distinguished for its excellent corrosion resistance, high temperature stability, durability and...

11 Uses for Cupronickel and Why You Should Be Using It Now 11 Uses for Cupronickel and Why You Should Be Using It Now 11 Uses for Cupronickel and Why You Should Be Using It Now 11 Uses for Cupronickel and Why You Should Be Using It Now


Although cupronickel alloys were initially developed for corrosion-resistant piping and other marine applications, their use is now...

Beryllium Copper Alloys vs Steel: Which Metal Works Harder? Beryllium Copper Alloys vs Steel: Which Metal Works Harder? Beryllium Copper Alloys vs Steel: Which Metal Works Harder? Beryllium Copper Alloys vs Steel: Which Metal Works Harder?


The addition of 2% beryllium to copper makes the alloy almost 600% stronger than copper. BeCu alloys outperform steel where a combination...

Emergency In-Situ Repair Problems & Surface-Tolerant Solutions Emergency In-Situ Repair Problems & Surface-Tolerant Solutions Emergency In-Situ Repair Problems & Surface-Tolerant Solutions Emergency In-Situ Repair Problems & Surface-Tolerant Solutions


A new fast-cure, polymeric epoxy-based emergency repair composite provides excellent adhesion without intensive surface preparation, grit...