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June 1, 2007

A New Approach to Corrosion Monitoring

The impact of corrosion on assets and processes is great. Advances in technology allow engineers to assess corrosion in a whole new way, with realtime monitoring and the ability to link deterioration

Russell D. Kane, Honeywell Process Solutions

    Most assets depreciate, losing value over time as a result of wear and tear, age, or obsolescence. Corrosion, like depreciation, results in the often hidden cost of a non-cash expense — measurable in terms of reduced operating life —...

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