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How Cathodic Protection Prevents Corrosion

How Cathodic Protection Prevents Corrosion

It’s no secret that all metal structures are subject to rust and decay. Corrosion affects metals and can be detrimental to structures and dangerous when it causes the deterioration of pipelines, bridges, tankers, and much more. Pipeline owners know this all too well....

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How Sacrificial Anodes Function

How Sacrificial Anodes Function

Cathodic protection is the most effective way to protect metal structures from the dangers and catastrophes that corrosion can bring. Cathodic protection relies on sacrificial anodes to function in order to protect structures from corrosion. If you’re curious about...

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How To Prevent Flow-Accelerated Corrosion

How To Prevent Flow-Accelerated Corrosion

There are many different types of corrosion that can affect metals in varying manners. One of the common types is flow-accelerated corrosion. This form affects metals by removing the magnetite layer which exposes steel to further corrosion, wall thinning, and other...

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Engineering Building Inspections

Engineering Building Inspections

Inspections on residential and commercial buildings are common.  Sometimes, issues can arise that require some extra steps, especially if you miss a required inspection. What do you do when you have missed a required building inspection? So it turns out that somehow a...

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Ways To Proactively Prevent Pipeline Issues

Ways To Proactively Prevent Pipeline Issues

Pipelines are essential to most people’s daily lives even if they don’t realize it. Gas moves through pipelines to make the distribution process safer, faster, and easier over long distances. Pipelines require continuous upkeep and preventative maintenance to keep...

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How Electricity Conducts Through Liquids

How Electricity Conducts Through Liquids

Electricity and liquids are deadly combination that people avoid. The process of an electric current passing through a liquid is called electrolysis. Learn more about how electricity conducts through liquids with this brief guide. Conducting Liquids Certain liquids...

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Consequences of an On-Site Electrocution Injury

Consequences of an On-Site Electrocution Injury

Electrocution injuries can be very severe and can even cause death in some cases. The aftermath of electrocution injuries leave behind on the victim are immeasurable. If the injury occurred on-site, there are repercussions for the company as well. Electrocutions...

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