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Corrosion Monitoring

The field of corrosion measurement, control, and prevention covers a very broad spectrum of technical activities. Within the sphere of corrosion control and prevention, there are technical options such as cathodic and anodic protection, materials selection, chemical dosing and the application of internal and external coatings. Corrosion measurement employs a variety of techniques to determine how corrosive the environment is and at what rate metal loss is being experienced. Corrosion measurement is the quantitative method by which the effectiveness of corrosion control and prevention techniques can be evaluated and provides the feedback to enable corrosion control and prevention methods to be optimized.

A wide variety of corrosion measurement techniques exists, including:

Non Destructive Testing Analytical Chemistry                   

• Ultrasonic testing

• Radiography

• Thermography

• Eddy current/magnetic flux

• Intelligent pigs            

• pH measurement

• Dissolved gas (O2, CO2, H2S)

• Metal ion count (Fe2+, Fe3+)

• Microbiological analysis

Some corrosion measurement techniques can be used on-line, constantly exposed to the process stream, while others provide off-line measurement, such as that determined in a laboratory analysis. Some techniques give a direct measure of metal loss or corrosion rate, while others are used to infer that a corrosive environment may exist.

Corrosion monitoring is the practice of measuring the corrosivity of process stream conditions by the use of "probes" which are inserted into the process stream and which are continuously exposed to the process stream condition.

Corrosion monitoring "probes" can be mechanical, electrical, or electrochemical devices.

Corrosion monitoring techniques alone provide direct and online measurement of metal loss/corrosion rate in industrial process systems.

Typically, a corrosion measurement, inspection and maintenance program used in any industrial facility will incorporate the measurement elements provided by the four combinations of on-line/offline, direct/indirect measurements.

Corrosion Monitoring Direct, On-line

Non Destructive Testing Direct, Off-line

Analytical Chemistry Indirect, Off-line

Operational Data Indirect, On-line

 
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Corrosion Monitoring

The field of corrosion measurement, control, and prevention covers a very broad spectrum of technical activities. Within the sphere of corrosion control and prevention, there are technical options such as cathodic and anodic protection, materials selection, chemical dosing and the application of internal and external coatings. Corrosion measurement employs a variety of techniques to determine how corrosive the environment is and at what rate metal loss is being experienced. Corrosion measurement is the quantitative method by which the effectiveness of corrosion control and prevention techniques can be evaluated and provides the feedback to enable corrosion control and prevention methods to be optimized.

A wide variety of corrosion measurement techniques exists, including:

Non Destructive Testing Analytical Chemistry                   

• Ultrasonic testing

• Radiography

• Thermography

• Eddy current/magnetic flux

• Intelligent pigs            

• pH measurement

• Dissolved gas (O2, CO2, H2S)

• Metal ion count (Fe2+, Fe3+)

• Microbiological analysis

Some corrosion measurement techniques can be used on-line, constantly exposed to the process stream, while others provide off-line measurement, such as that determined in a laboratory analysis. Some techniques give a direct measure of metal loss or corrosion rate, while others are used to infer that a corrosive environment may exist.

Corrosion monitoring is the practice of measuring the corrosivity of process stream conditions by the use of "probes" which are inserted into the process stream and which are continuously exposed to the process stream condition.

Corrosion monitoring "probes" can be mechanical, electrical, or electrochemical devices.

Corrosion monitoring techniques alone provide direct and online measurement of metal loss/corrosion rate in industrial process systems.

Typically, a corrosion measurement, inspection and maintenance program used in any industrial facility will incorporate the measurement elements provided by the four combinations of on-line/offline, direct/indirect measurements.

Corrosion Monitoring Direct, On-line

Non Destructive Testing Direct, Off-line

Analytical Chemistry Indirect, Off-line

Operational Data Indirect, On-line

Corrosion Monitoring