Remote cathodic protection monitoring proves invaluable during COVID 19

Posted by NACE International on Sep 15, 2020 1:07:36 PM

Asset owners continue to demand longer service life of the coatings on their structures. Simply adding dry film thickness does not work since many coatings crack at excessive thickness. Maintenance, as well as today’s advanced coating technologies, however, make 15- and 25-year life achievable.

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Topics: galvanic anode cp (gacp), nace media, materials performance, nace international, remote corrosion monitoring, corrosion essentials, corrosion basics, cathodic protection, remote cathodic protection monitoring, impressed current CP (ICCP), energy infrastructure, maritime assets

Technology offers solution to monitoring MIC damage on jetty pipelines

Posted by NACE International on Aug 31, 2020 3:56:13 PM

Asset owners continue to demand longer service life of the coatings on their structures. Simply adding dry film thickness does not work since many coatings crack at excessive thickness. Maintenance, as well as today’s advanced coating technologies, however, make 15- and 25-year life achievable.

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Topics: corrosionessentials, corrosionmanagement, MIC, watercorrnews, maritime news, asset protection, protecting maritime assets, nace media, materials performance, corrosion control, protecting water/wastewater treatment assets, nace international, microbiologically influenced corrosion, jetty pipelines, internal corrosion in refineries and oil terminals, pipeline integrity, wall thickness, remote corrosion monitoring, environmental compliance