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Accelerated Weathering or Electrochemical Corrosion Testing?
When designing a metal component, engineers have to consider how susceptible certain alloys are to corrosion in the final product’s operating environment. In a recent study by NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers), it was estimated that the direct and indirect costs of corrosion in the United States is approximately 6.2% of the GDP. In 2016, that cost exceeded $1 trillion dollars for the first time.
While a range of corrosion types can affect your operation’s metal components, the specific varieties that pose a risk to your parts are dictated by your particular application and the threats within your operation.
We’ve put together an informative guide with filled with what you need to know about Corrosion Testing, including:
- Types of Corrosion
- Corrosion Considerations for Manufacturers
- Corrosion Testing by Industry
- And much more...
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