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Materials Selection and Design Challenges Traditional Anticorrosive Coatings

Owners of assets in harsh environments know that corrosion is a perennial adversary and demand the highest quality in protection. Traditionally, inorganic zinc-rich coatings (IOZ) have been the preferred primers for these environments, thanks to their enhanced anticorrosive properties.

Nickel-Rich Coating for Saline-Alkali Soil Grounding

To improve the corrosion resistance of the grounding grids in saline-alkali soil, the authors fabricated a conductive and anticorrosive coating. After a series of tests, results indicated that an increase of nickel powder in the coating can lead to its electrical conductivity enhancement.

Pocket-Sized Cathodic Protection Interrupter for Field Use

The pocket-sized cathodic protection (CP) interrupter records continuous waveforms during close interval surveys and provides accurate and defensible data. The technology includes both high-speed waveform datalogging and automated waveform analysis.

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