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Galvanizing – Past & Present


Introduction Corrosion annually costs the U.S. economy 3.2 percent of the gross national product, over $279 billion. Indirect costs to the public could raise the percentage to as much as 6 percent. Some indirect costs of corrosion are: lost productivity due to traffic delays, accidents caused by corroded hand and guardrails, excessive use of nature's raw materials and energy to replace corroded steel. The global impact of corrosion is almost immeasurable. How does rust work? Rust is the common name for a very common compound, iron oxide. Iron oxide, the chemical Fe2O3, is common because iron combines very readily with oxygen [...]

Galvanizing – Past & Present2012-03-26T21:21:08+00:00
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