Coating a water tank – a case study

Posted by NACE International on Nov 19, 2020 11:04:06 AM

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: coatings, watercorrnews, nace media, nace international, coatingspro magazine, protective coatings, SSPC, water tank, wate reservoir, water and wastewater

Consider paint in water/treatment plant maintenance, inspection

Posted by NACE International on Sep 23, 2020 12:50:40 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: watercorrnews, nace media, protecting water/wastewater treatment assets, nace international, coatingspro magazine, paint and protective coatings, paint for water tanks, paint inspection, water tank protective coatings

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

Could solving for MIC in wastewater plants come down to type of cement used?

Posted by NACE International on Jul 8, 2020 8:52:44 AM

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: coatings, wastewater, corrosionessentials, maritime, naceinternational, nacemedia, marinecorrosion, assetprotection, watercorrnews, wastewaterassets, geopolymerbasedconcrete, GPC, ordinary portland cement, OPC, geopolymer technology