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07 Feb 2017 METaL - Corrosion & Coatings Technology
METaL - Corrosion & Coating Technology
Tuesday 7th February 2017 - Baglan Bay Innovation Centre
This course provides an in-depth understanding of the world of corrosion, the electrochemical mechanisms and methods for preventing corrosion. A good understanding will also be gained of corrosion protective coatings and the technology used to apply them.
Who should attend?
The course will suit technical personnel, engineers and production managers whose roles involve or have an interest in corrosion and coatings technology.
To provide the attendee with the key understanding of corrosion and the role coatings technology plays in preventing it. This will include an appreciation of metallic and organic coatings, their application and also their defects as well as the corrosion mechanisms they are designed to stop.
- Knowledge of common corrosion mechanisms
- Good understanding of different types of coating applications
- An ability to select the correct corrosion resistant coatings for the correct applications
- Introduction to corrosion
- Corrosion mechanisms
- Galvanic corrosion protection
- Applied current protection
- Metallic barrier coatings
- Organic barrier coatings
- Painting technology
2 hour written exam.
3 days plus assessment.
To find out more about how much it costs to attend this course and to see if you are eligable for part funding please visit our prices page
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