corrosion protection


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corrosion protection

[kə′rō·zhən prə′tek·shən]
(metallurgy)
The minimization of corrosion by coating with a protective metal, with an oxide or phosphide or similar substance, or with a protective paint, or by rendering the metal passive. Also known as corrosion control.
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Carolina Coatings, based in Morrisville, North Carolina, is a provider of corrosion protection and surface cleaning services for the chemical, pulp and paper, power, and food and beverage industries throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast.
Traditional coatings rely on sacrificial metals such as zincs and chromates for corrosion protection. Due to their large particle sizes, these inhibitors leave gaps that make it easier for corrosion to begin in micro-cavities.
The second project consists of a fusion bonded epoxy coating for corrosion protection in combination with a concrete buoyancy control coating for a 32-mile crude pipeline from existing facilities in the Gulf Coast to various refineries in the region.
Enhancement of corrosion protection of 3-glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane-based sol-gel coating through methylthiourea doping--Rajendran Babhu Vignesh and Mathur Gopalakrishnan Sethuraman
Saji (advanced materials chemistry, Korea U., South Korea) and Cook, who works in research, assemble 15 chapters that explore the potential use of nanotechnology in corrosion protection and control, for researchers and engineers working with nanomaterials in aerospace, automotive, chemical engineering, and other industries, and academics.
Corresponding corrosion protection or preservation measures, as well as suitable packaging, are required during and usually after cleaning.
This study evaluates 11 systems combining ECR with another corrosion protection system using the rapid macrocell, Southern Exposure, cracked beam, and linear polarization resistance tests.
Molykote Omnigliss Spray is a penetrating agent incorporating corrosion protection, water-repellence and lubricant properties.
[www.keronite.com] this coating process will allow OEMs and suppliers to use lighter metals--including aluminum and magnesium--in expanded application as the process provides improved fatigue life for metals, as well as corrosion protection.
APPLYING THE PRIMER AND TOPCOAT IS BETTER THAN DOING NOTHING, BUT THE BEST CORROSION PROTECTION REQUIRES THE PRE-PAINT PROCESS.
Aluminum alloys such as Al 2024-T3 are widely used as light-weight construction materials and corrosion protection of such alloys is an important industrial problem.
* TIP 0402-14 "User Guide to Zinc and Zinc-Rich Coatings for Corrosion Protection"

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