Corrosion control is an important practice of the following industries:
Addressing corrosion of metallic structures in contact with environments that conduct electricity.
Reducing the corrosion rate of metals exposed to the environment.
Corrosion prevention and control through organic and metallic protective coatings.
Corrosion prevention, maintenance and readiness of national defense assets.
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Addressing corrosion of roadway materials worldwide.
Corrosion prevention and control for ships, structures and equipment exposed to marine environments.
Effective corrosion control by selecting proper materials and system design.
Corrosion prevention and control for carriers, equipment and systems used in oil and gas production.
Addressing external and internal corrosion management for pipeline systems, storage tanks and underground or submerged systems.
Addressing corrosion maintenance as well as restrictive plant and industry regulations relating to energy generation, transmission and distribution.
Internal corrosion integrity and maintenance of water and wastewater equipment and transmission.