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Cortec® is pleased to announce that its newest corrosion inhibitor for hydrostatic testing (i.e., hydrotesting) is certified to meet ANSI/NSF Standard 61 for use in hydrotesting of drinking water system components!* This
Check out our list of NSF 600 Approved Products The new NSF/ANSI/CAN 600 (NSF 600) standard took effect on January 1, 2023. NSF 600 dramatically reduced the allowable extractable levels of
In 2021, OSHA is pushing ever harder to reduce the number of injuries and fatal accidents contributed directly to welding, and has labeled such a “high priority” in its operations.
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The Problem A wastewater company was looking for a cost-effective and durable repair solution for their tank chimes. There was a 1½ in. gap that needed to be repaired and sealed. The company also wanted to save time with a solution that is easy to apply. The Substrate Steel The
The Problem The original coating had failed following an incident when a valve had leaked and 3 quarts of 95% sulfuric acid had spilled onto the containment area lining. As can be seen from the photograph, the sulfuric acid had caused severe damage to the coating and had chemically attacked
The Problem This wastewater treatment plant wanted to improve plant safety to mitigate the risk of trip, slip and fall issues. The steps were original from 1956 opening of plant and are over 66 years old. The plant wanted to start having grade school kids do field trips to tour
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Galvanic corrosion (dissimilar-metal corrosion) is an electrochemical process in which one metal corrodes preferentially, when in electrical contact with a different type of metal, and both metals are immersed in an electrolyte such as water. Chillers are prone to this