Friday, August 26, 2011

Chlorine Corrosion

Corrosion in caustic soda and chlorine plants can be quiet severe. The concentrated caustic soda disintegrates any oil-containing coating, while the chlorine gas is a difficult material from a corrosion standpoint, readily forming ferric chloride. The corrosion problems are approximately the same. irrespective; coatings are needed to provide adequate protection.

What kinds of coatings and/or materials have you found to be effective to combat the effects of chlorine?

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