Atmospheric Corrosion Examination
|Atmospheric Corrosion Examination
|Energy and Chemical
|Corrosion Protection Treatment
|Industry Body Standards
|NACE LEVEL II
As per the ASM (American Society for Metals), atmospheric corrosion is a naturally occurring and inevitable phenomenon.
Our natural environment corrosion testing process includes an on-site laboratory.Over here, weperform real-time atmospheric and seawater immersion corrosion investigations.Althoughtime-consuming, the results assist in setting unmatched standards in material lifespan predictions.Even better than alternative accelerated test methods, this test method promises more-than-satisfactory results.
We employ Metallic coupons that are regulated by weight loss corrosion measurements. Thishelps us monitor the effects of natural conditions such as:
Temperature both ambient and panel specific
· Relative humidity
· Chloride Depositio
· Sulphur Deposition
Mett-Bio designs standards for the development of specifications and requirements for:
· Quality Assurance (QA) inspection
- Delivery Time: As per Test Schedule
Potentiodynamic Polarization Resistance (Corrosion Testing )
|Up to 150 C
|Polarization resistance measurements are an accurate and rapid way to measure the general corrosion
|ISO 17025:2017 NABL
|Laboratory / On Field
Mett-Bio's wide array of metallurgical testing and repair services boasts a sophisticated instrument that calculates electrochemical measurements within metals and alloys. We use this equipment to study material-degrading electrochemical reactions, eventually helping prevent and combat corrosion scenarios
Why Use Potentiodynamic Techniques?
Potentiodynamic techniques assist in acquiring electrochemical measurements. These specific measurements allow for a thorough evaluation of the corrosion rate, growth, and root cause
Mett-Bio, we carry out the following types of potentiodynamic measurements.
1. Linear polarization tests for metals and alloys (For general, aqueous corrosion)
2. Linear polarization resistance measurements (for earth-enhancing compounds)
3. Cyclic polarization tests for metals and alloys (For pitting and crevice corrosion)
4. Cyclic polarization tests for medical implants and devices
5. Voltammetry techniques
These techniques are commonly used for R&D purposes, mainly for assessing the alterations in a metal or alloy in a set corrosive environment. Moreover, they are practiced in educational institutions, along with industries ranging from chemical, petrochemical, power, and medicine.