Designing for Corrosion Controlby Don A. Hill, Keeler & Long Inc, Watertown, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Energy in the 90's
Abstract: This presentation will discuss designing from several aspects: a. Designing of the item to lessen the affects of corrosion. b. Selection of non-corrosive materials in the designing process verses coated carbon steel. c. Designing of a coating system in conjunction with new surface preparation techniques. d. Formulations of the 90's; designing a coating that will meet all codes; environmental regulations; VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds) and yet perform. e. Designing of an effective quality control program for manufacturing and application of the newer coating systems.
Subject Headings: Corrosion | Coating | Volatile organic compounds | Steel | Environmental issues | Carbon fibers | Sustainable development
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