Galvanic Corrosion in Water and Wastewater Structures

From JPCL, September 2015

by Vaughn O’Dea, Tnemec Company, Inc.; Travis C. Tatum, Dunham Engineering, Inc.; Pat Barry and Paul B. Higgins, The Barry Group, L.L.C.

The authors discuss prevention of galvanic corrosion in water and wastewater structures and present several real-world cases where use of protective coatings has served to mitigate the effect of galvanic corrosion on dissimilar metals....
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Tagged categories: Coating failure; Concrete; Corrosion protection; Galvanic corrosion; Quality Control; Vaughn O'Dea; Wastewater Plants

Comment from mauricio gomez, (9/30/2015, 1:48 PM)

thanks this is a good article,,,,

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