Webcast: Mitigating Corrosion Under Insulation and Noise in Processing Plants

Corrosion under insulation (CUI) can account for up to 40% of maintenance costs for pipes, according to ROCKWOOL Technical Insulation (RTI) (Houston, Texas, USA) Moreover, water trapped underneath and/or in the insulation is not only corrosive; it also reduces thermal performance and efficiency.

Some process plants operate at noise levels of greater than 100 decibels, according to RTI, which is similar to the noise from a helicopter. This can damage hearing over time, which can also lead to fatigue, anxiety, and other issues that can negatively impact safety and job performance.

In this webcast presented by ROCKWOOL, attendees will learn:

  • Why CUI is important, and how it affects the total cost of plant ownership;
  • Water repellency variations of various insulation materials;
  • Lab testing results of different types of water repellency additives;
  • Innovative technology to mitigate CUI;
  • Health, safety, and environmental issues resulting from noise, and how stone wool provides superior noise suppression

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Ricky Seto, Technical Service Manager—North America

Ricky Seto is a mechanical engineer with over 10 years of experience specializing in piping systems design for the renewable power and mining industries. Most recently, he has become the technical services manager for ROCKWOOL Technical Insulation.

David Adamski, Specifications Manager—North America

David Adamski has been working in the insulation industry for over 25 years crossing several disciplines, from tradesperson to salesperson to management. He has used and sold all types of insulation and jacketing systems. Now with ROCKWOOL Technical Insulation, he works as Specifications Manager specializing in the technical aspects of insulation related to the industrial market segment.