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Rusty corroded electrical control panel. Rusty corroded electrical control panel. Rusty corroded electrical control panel. Rusty corroded electrical control panel.


The careful selection of coatings and substrate materials based on the service exposure of electrical equipment and controls can improve...

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Extending the Service Life of Electric Submersible Pumps in Oil and Gas Wells

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The corrosion or rusting of iron creates a reddish-brown hydrated iron oxide. Understanding how iron…

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Discover the mechanical properties of metals used for construction materials and how corrosion influences the metal’s internal structure.

Electrical lines in a utility right-of-way. Electrical lines in a utility right-of-way. Electrical lines in a utility right-of-way. Electrical lines in a utility right-of-way.


AC induced corrosion of buried pipelines can occur due to placing electrical utilities in a common right of way. Fortunately there are ways...

An Introduction to the Galvanic Series: Galvanic Compatibility and Corrosion An Introduction to the Galvanic Series: Galvanic Compatibility and Corrosion An Introduction to the Galvanic Series: Galvanic Compatibility and Corrosion An Introduction to the Galvanic Series: Galvanic Compatibility and Corrosion


When metals are incorrectly combined and exposed to water and other types of electrolytes, the effects can be very harmful. Find out more...

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Corrosion electrochemistry is a crucial aspect of truly understanding and preventing corrosion. Learn more about it here.

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...

Corrosion and Electrical Interference in Buried Metallic Structures Corrosion and Electrical Interference in Buried Metallic Structures Corrosion and Electrical Interference in Buried Metallic Structures Corrosion and Electrical Interference in Buried Metallic Structures


Electrical interference is a threat that accelerates corrosion in buried metallic structures such as pipelines, tanks and vessels....

Video: When to Use Impressed Current Cathodic Protection Video: When to Use Impressed Current Cathodic Protection Video: When to Use Impressed Current Cathodic Protection Video: When to Use Impressed Current Cathodic Protection


Impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) is necessary when stray electrical currents threaten to corrode metal equipment. This video...

How Galvanic Corrosion Can Be Used for Good How Galvanic Corrosion Can Be Used for Good How Galvanic Corrosion Can Be Used for Good How Galvanic Corrosion Can Be Used for Good


There are instances where galvanic corrosion can be used to benefit specific applications. This article describes the situations where this...

VIDEO: The Basics of Corrosion and Protection VIDEO: The Basics of Corrosion and Protection VIDEO: The Basics of Corrosion and Protection VIDEO: The Basics of Corrosion and Protection


When it comes to protecting major infrastructure, corrosion prevention can get very complicated. However, the most basic principles of...

VIDEO: What Is a Corrosion Microcell? VIDEO: What Is a Corrosion Microcell? VIDEO: What Is a Corrosion Microcell? VIDEO: What Is a Corrosion Microcell?


Microcell corrosion is when active corrosion, and the cathodic half-cell reaction that it produces, take place at different points along...

Why Do Two Dissimilar Metals Cause Corrosion? Why Do Two Dissimilar Metals Cause Corrosion? Why Do Two Dissimilar Metals Cause Corrosion? Why Do Two Dissimilar Metals Cause Corrosion?


Contact between dissimilar metals can be detrimental and result in bimetallic corrosion (also known as galvanic corrosion). This type of...

Stray Current Corrosion and Preventive Measures Stray Current Corrosion and Preventive Measures Stray Current Corrosion and Preventive Measures Stray Current Corrosion and Preventive Measures


Stray current can cause serious damage if left unchecked. However, there are methods for detecting and combating it. Read on to find out...

The Corrosion Properties of Aluminum and Its Alloys The Corrosion Properties of Aluminum and Its Alloys The Corrosion Properties of Aluminum and Its Alloys The Corrosion Properties of Aluminum and Its Alloys


Aluminum and aluminum alloys are in widespread use in many industrial applications, with its usage second only to that of steel.