Process Corrosion Control
Water is used in large heating and cooling applications such as industrial manufacturing, large buildings and offices, schools, and hospitals because of its great capacity for storing and transferring heat energy.
Unfortunately, water can corrode piping and heat transfer equipment due to a variety of corrosive conditions that can exist in re-circulating water systems. These include deposits forming in the system which almost always develop into pits or blisters under deposit attack, microbiological corrosion from bacteria contamination, soft-low alkalinity water that is aggressive to metal surfaces, high dissolved solids or oxygen attach at elevated temperatures.
Our services include: corrosion failure investigation, chemical treatment programs and equipment to minimize corrosion, corrosion monitoring systems, and expert advice on how to select proper materials of construction to protect valuable components from corrosion damage.