Our public and private infrastructure is aging and deteriorating, but corrosion can be controlled with protective coatings. You’ve come to the right place to learn more — explore our resources to see how corrosion prevention is an attainable solution. And be sure to sign up for news and updates to remain part of the conversation.
What is Corrosion?
Much like the rusting of steel, corrosion is the disintegration of metal through an unintentional chemical or electrochemical action that begins on its surface. It is a natural, yet controllable process.
Causes of Corrosion
Water / moisture, acids, bases, salts, oils, and other solid or liquid chemicals … essentially any element or condition that interrupts the integrity of metal in its solid state in a respective environment.
Costs of Corrosion
Without corrosion mitigation to our national infrastructure the threat to our environment and public safety is real and substantial. The economic impact is also a significant concern:
Negative effect on U.S. economy = $500 billion per year. That’s about $1,500 per citizen.*
* Source: NACE International, United States Cost of Corrosion Study
Using the stringent NACE 13/ACS 1 Standard, qualified coating experts are able to suspend the deterioration process. Extended structural life, lower maintenance and peace of mind – the net benefits of taking a proactive approach.