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Coatings & Linings

Canadian, U.K. Groups Collaborate on Corrosion Research for Marine Coatings

The European Marine Energy Centre and Canada’s Fundy Ocean Research Center for Energy kicked off a joint project to examine the differences in corrosion and underwater behavior of marine coatings on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean.

New Rotor Blade Inspection Methods for Offshore Wind Turbines

Industrial and research partners are collaborating to investigate alternative inspection methods on wind turbines through the use of acoustic emissions monitoring systems and offshore drones equipped with thermal imaging cameras.

Process Vessel Linings Seen as Corrosion Solution for Iraq Oilfield

An internal lining for 40 newbuild vessels to be shipped to and installed at the Rumaila oilfield in Iraq was found to be the most efficient corrosion protection solution.

Formation of Corrosion-Resistant MAO-Treated Aluminum Alloy

Micro-arc oxidation coatings were formed on an aluminum alloy in a silicate-based electrolyte with and without the addition of aluminum oxide.

U.S. Army Develops Sensing Network to Spot Aircraft Damage

Networked sensors open up possibilities for new onboard aircraft features that could immediately alert the flight crew to structural damage as it occurs, like matrix cracking and coating delamination.

Evaluating Internal Pipe Coatings with Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy

A new generation of high-temperature fusion-bonded epoxy coatings are being developed as a lower-cost alternative to alloy steels for protecting the internal surface of tubing, casing, flowlines, and pipelines.

U.S. Air Force Targets New System to Evaluate Aircraft Coatings

A new system for evaluating coating performance is expected to accelerate the screening, qualification, and implementation of new aircraft coatings.

The Science Behind It: Effects of Silane Additives on Corrosion Resistance and Durability of Mortar

Silane coupling agent additives were used in mortar in varying proportions, and the effect of the coupling agent content on the mortar’s corrosion cracking resistance and durability properties was studied.

Nickel-Cobalt Alloy Coating Protects Steel Fasteners from Hydrogen Embrittlement

Electroplating fasteners with a Ni-Co alloy can decrease hydrogen production on the coating’s surface and prevent hydrogen penetration into underlying metal.

Hot, Hot, Hot: Insulating the Inside of a Digester Complex

With the construction of a new digester complex for a Williston, North Dakota, USA wastewater treatment plant, it was imperative that the walls and pipes be properly insulated. Unfortunately, the insulation and pipe wrapping line item was accidentally missed on the bid.

Development of WC-Ni Cermet Brazing Process

In this case study, the serviceable lifetime of an impeller with an applied WC-Ni brazing layer on the surface measured almost eight times longer than an unbrazed impeller.

Cruise Ship Tests Surface Prep Kit to Boost Maintenance Efficiency

A novel corrosion control prevention kit utilizing shrouded surface preparation tools and demonstration videos is designed to improve the efficiency of in-house maintenance crews for maritime assets. Chris Patenaude, director of maritime and industrial sales at the company and also a NACE International-certified Coating Inspector Program (CIP) Level 3 Inspector, witnessed many common pitfalls firsthand in his prior role as global fleet superintendent for coatings and linings at cruise line operator Royal Caribbean International (Miami, Florida, USA).

Novel Design, Coatings System Resists Weathering at Tropical Complex

The combination of a unique architectural design finished with fluoropolymer coil coatings is geared to provide seacoast corrosion protection for upscale condominiums in Florida. The unique climate concerns to the region prompted an innovative concept from globally renowned architecture company Bjarke Ingels Group (Brooklyn, New York, USA).

Fusion-Bonded Epoxy Coating Protects Water Pipeline from Corrosion

To protect against corrosion, the water pipeline was lined internally with cement mortar after applying fusion-bonded epoxy with an abrasion-resistant overcoat.

Comparing Coating Equality Through Performance Data

For specifiers, contractors, and asset owners, it is necessary to make careful, informed decisions about which coatings to use for particular projects.