Materials Performance

OCT 2018

Materials Performance is the world's most widely circulated magazine dedicated to corrosion prevention and control. MP provides information about the latest corrosion control technologies and practical applications for every industry and environment.

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Corrosive Chronicles Practical Solutions to Real-World Corrosion Issues: A Joint Seminar Sponsored by the Coatings and Water/Wastewater Councils Presented by: Rae Marie Mattis and Robert Boswell This seminar focuses on applying practical knowledge and skills to solve real-world corrosion issues. The content will be a mixture of case studies and panel discussions and of interest to the corrosion novice, as well as those who are experts in the field and want to stay current with their practices. It will consist of two complementary sessions: one focused on protective coatings and the other on corrosion protection in the water and wastewater industries. The seminar is co-sponsored by NACE International's Coating and Water/ Wastewater Councils. Understanding and Mitigating AC Interference for Co-Located Pipelines Presented by: Clay Brelsford, Bass Engineering and Andy Florence, American Innovations You'll learn how to recognize alternating current (AC) Interference on your pipelines, as well as your regulatory responsibilities. We'll cover AC fault damage, personnel safety, and finally, provide solutions for AC Interference mitigation. Subjects will include: § What is AC Interference? § Understanding AC Mitigation Options § Commissioning and Monitoring AC Mitigation Effectiveness § Launching your ACI Program: ACI Threat Assessment Model Case Study For more information and to apply for your NIICAP Accreditation, visit niicap.net or stop by the NIICAP booth at CORROSION 2019 . The industry-driven program for coatings contractor accreditation. The NACE International Institute Contractor Accreditation Program (NIICAP) is a premier, industry-designed and managed accreditation program that provides accreditation for contractors who achieve professional project management and project performance in the surface preparation and coating or lining application industry. A NIICAP-accredited coatings contractor will: ■ Be recognized as best-in-class in the industry and as having the highest commitment to quality processes and business practices ■ Have expanded opportunities for project prequalification as NIICAP becomes specified by owners ■ Be able to earn 5-Star status as a consistent, high performer during audits, setting itself apart from other contractors A24 OCTOBER 2018 W W W.MATERIALSPERFORMANCE.COM

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