Sunday, September 18, 2011

India - Corrosion Management - How important is collaboration of service providers with the end-users for achieving corrosion control?

Development of corrosion control technologies is achieved through the collaboration of academicians, researchers, service providers and end-users. When a control service provider (CSP) goes to Company A for solving A's problem, A should be comfortable in giving CSP the present conditions and experience with other systems. If the conditions are not properly presented, we can not demand the best control means from the CSPs. Lack of resources in terms of using makehift personnel to formulate, select and assess the control measures is the prime cause for failure of technologies applied in the field. Technologies suitable for site A may not hold good for site B. The success of technology is totally driven by the approach of site management.

Moreover, the success of any research study with regard to technology development for meeting desired product life totally depends on how effective we simulate the conditions, conduct the tests under a controlled atmosphere and interpret in a meaningful way to address application issues for a variety of industrial conditions

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