Corrosion Control Brochure


One of the consequences of air pollution that is seldom talked about is the effect of corrosion on man-made materials throughout the world. As air pollution levels have risen in industrialized countries, so too has there been a corresponding increase in corrosion levels. But this doesn’t just affect man-made monuments; it also affects things closer to homes such as vehicles, household electronics, outdoor furniture, and household tools.


Moreover, corrosion can cause damages to communication/data transfer facilities, industrial process control installations, sensitive production, and cultural heritage premises. In all of the applications above one needs to measure the corrosivity.


Corrosion also degrades important infrastructure such as steel-reinforced- highways, electrical towers, parking structures, and bridges. In short, corrosion is a subject that bears further investigation, so that you can understand how this hidden degradation impacts your life.

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