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  • Aluminum Corrosion Resistance for Cold Plates and Plate-Fin Heat Exchangers
    of active ions (usually phosphates) that take over the role of oxygen in forming a corrosion resistant layer. Since these inhibitors depend on a chemical reaction with the aluminum, using low quality water such as tap water would reduce the inhibitors' effectiveness. Designing for Corrosion
  • Avoiding Galvanic Corrosion
    and aluminum have widely different electrochemical potentials, so when they are combined in a cooling system, galvanic corrosion is likely. Galvanic corrosion (also called dissimilar metal corrosion) erodes the metal, causing leaks over time. Galvanic Corrosion - Application Note - Lytron Inc
  • Preventing Corrosion in Cooling Systems
    or demineralized water. There are different inhibitors for use with different metals, each with its advantages and disadvantages. Phosphate is an effective corrosion inhibitor for iron, steel, lead/tin solder, and most aluminum components. It is also a very good buffer for pH control. One disadvantage
  • Plating Enhances Resistance to Lead Screw Corrosion
    Plating is the general name of surface-covering techniques in which a metal is deposited onto a conductive surface. Plating is indispensable as a corrosion inhibitor. for the manufacture of computers, mobile phones, and electronic devices as well as other uses such as solderability, hardness
  • Passivate Lead Screws for Extended Service Life
    of a hard non-reactive surface film that inhibits further corrosion. This layer is usually an oxide or nitride that is a few atoms thick. Under normal conditions of pH and oxygen concentration, passivation is seen in such materials as aluminum, magnesium, copper, stainless steel, titanium, and silicon
  • Fume Collection Solutions for Hexavalent Chromium Exposure
    Hexavalent Chromium (CrVI) compounds are used as corrosion inhibitors and present an occupational hazard to workers that weld, cut or grind chromium-containing metals such as stainless steel. Particles of hexavalent chromium can be in mists, dust or fumes. Mists can come from using molten metal
  • Biodegradable Lube for Metalworking Operations
    , " Reich says. Air monitoring at the Reno plant indicates this may be possible using soybased fluids, he reports. Another benefit is less worker exposure to synthetic fluids and chemical additives they may contain, such as biocides and corrosion inhibitors. Respiratory conditions, like chronic
  • Scale deposit problems
    SCALE DEPOSIT PROBLEMS IN PULP AND PAPER MILLS Paprican, Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada deposits, corrosion, cleaning, pulping, bleaching, recovery, black liquors, carbonates, oxalates, silicates Scale deposition is a phenomenon that can occur in all pulp and paper making processes