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Evaluating Coatings for Immersion Service via Electrochemical Activity

Industry constantly seeks improved methods to evaluate protective coatings. In immersion service, protective coatings act to reduce electrochemical activity at the metal/coating interface. Tracking this activity via the use of segmented panel testing appears to offer additional insight into coating performance that may aid in coating design and predicting longer-term performance. 

Product Number: 41215-890-SG
Author: James A. Ellor, Patrick Cassidy
Publication Date: 2015
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Industry constantly seeks improved methods to evaluate protective coatings. In immersion service, protective coatings act to reduce electrochemical activity at the metal/coating interface. Tracking this activity via the use of segmented panel testing appears to offer additional insight into coating performance that may aid in coating design and predicting longer-term performance. The data generated also suggest that many currently used observations, such as degrees of surface rusting, are not as significant as presumed. The paper recommends some additional performance standards for predicting coating performance.

Industry constantly seeks improved methods to evaluate protective coatings. In immersion service, protective coatings act to reduce electrochemical activity at the metal/coating interface. Tracking this activity via the use of segmented panel testing appears to offer additional insight into coating performance that may aid in coating design and predicting longer-term performance. The data generated also suggest that many currently used observations, such as degrees of surface rusting, are not as significant as presumed. The paper recommends some additional performance standards for predicting coating performance.

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