March 2011, Vol. 238 No. 3


What Industrial Fabrics, Inc., Is Doing To Keep Your Coating Protected

At the forefront of pipeline and gas company deliberations, corrosion has its way of creeping up as the main topic of conversation. Years after a project is completed, the fear and threat of corrosion endangering a company’s investment and our way of life is real. The longevity of a pipeline hinges on several factors; the most obvious is prevention of the biggest menace: corrosion. Cathodic protection is a subject that is addressed, discussed and re-discussed on every pipeline project. The safety of the workers, landowners and general public hang in the balance. Not to mention the enormous financial loss a gas company endures when this hindrance sets in. Protecting Pipe

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