» Corrosion

lunes, 19 de septiembre de 2011

Corrosion can be defined as the reaction of a metal or it alloy with the surrounding environment, resulting in deterioration of the metal thereof. Because of this phenomenon, the metal loses its elemental state and return to the combined state of origin. We can say that the metal atom becomes ion, giving their electrons to another metal.

The phenomenon of metal Corrosion is perhaps as old as the genesis of the world, so much so that was wroth with the relics of the past, ruining precious testimonies to the history of civilization. Still the corrosion will not lose and continues today. For example, the iron, the most widely used metal corrodes in air, water, on the ground, with acids, with alkalis, etc.

Corrosion is evident just by looking around us and seeing that is present in all branches of all industries, with great loss of money and in some cases even life. We can say that about 15-20% of global production of metal is lost due to Corrosion (metal, and the lost of the entire added value product used for processing).

The influence of Corrosion is evident in all sectors of the industry, but not alone, for example also the marine fouling (Bio-Fouling) in seawater has become in the maritime industry a major problems for users.

The use of anti-corrosive and antifouling systems, contribute greatly to conserve natural resources and energy.

Corrosion and / or Bio-Fouling damages can be largely avoided by applying existing knowledge. For this purpose Ingeniería de Corrosión InCorr, collaborates with its clients to help recognize the problem of corrosion and / or Bio-fouling and provide the means to solve it.

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