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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A73 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE: VOL. 57, NO. 10 OCTOBER 2018 ● NACE Corporate Member Company logo with listing indicates advertiser in this issue. #CORROSION2019 Technofink, LLC Spring, TX Web site: www.tecnofink.com Booth Number: 2535 Teledyne Oil & Gas Daytona Beach, FL Web site: www.teledyneoilandgas.com Booth Number: 1552 Thermo Fisher Scientific Tewksbury, MA Web site: www.thermoscientific.com Booth Number: 2012 Thorpe Specialty Services Corp. Houston, TX Web site: www.thorpepme.com Booth Number: 1017 ● Tinker & Rasor San Bernardino, CA Web site: www.tinker-rasor.com Booth Number: 1844 Titanium Electrode Products, Inc. (TELPRO) Sugarland, TX Web site: www.telprocompanies.com Booth Number: 2048 Tnemec Co., Inc. Kansas City, MO Web site: www.tnemec.com Booth Number: 2544 Trenton Corp. Ann Arbor, MI Web site: www.trentoncorp.com Booth Number: 1832 Tricor Metals Wooster, OH Web site: www.tricormetals.com Booth Number: 1117 TruQC Kirkwood, MO Web site: www.truqcapp.com Booth Number: 2434 TWI, Ltd. Cambridgeshire, U.K. Web site: www.twi-global.com Booth Number: 1510 CONDENSATION AND CORROSION PROTECTION FOR WATER AND WASTEWATER SURFACES Tnemec's thermal insulating coating, Aerolon ® , helps reduce the formation of condensation by protecting cool metal substrates from warm, moist air. This coating is ideal for areas such as processing equipment, pipe galleries, and inside elevated tank columns and pedestals (dry) where frequent condensation is a safety and/or corrosion concern. When applied as a complete system with corrosion-resistant primer and durable topcoat, Aerolon can help reduce the frequency and severity of condensation, prevent problems associated with corrosion under insulation (CUI) and even offer a personnel protection barrier from hot surface temperatures. Learn more at tnemec.com/aerolon. CONDENSATION PROBLEMS? NO SWEAT.

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