Engineering & Design
According to industry statistics, corrosion causes approximately $2.5 trillion in damage annually to worldwide infrastructure and utilities, or nearly 3.4% of the world’s GDP. Corrosion, an electrochemical process, is the second leading cause of premature, in-service failure of pipelines, piping, storage tanks and pressure vessels. Corrosion can be prevented by selecting the best materials for a specific service during the design process. In many cases, cathodic protection (CP) systems are installed to provide supplemental protection during the service life.
Corrosion engineering solutions
Corrpro corrosion engineering services are developed to protect the entire lifecycle of your infrastructure. From evaluating the degree of current corrosion and recommending next-steps to helping implement cathodic protection systems to prevent its occurrence, Corrpro corrosion engineering services provide solutions for any situation. Corrpro supplies a wide range of consultancy services that includes the application of advanced engineering expertise, hazard and risk mitigation, integrity management, asset optimization, legislative compliance and due diligence.
Corrosion Engineering Services
- Cathodic protection, including feasibility studies, design, commissioning and testing
- Budget development and economic analyses
- Coating inspections and specification
- Corrosion and erosion studies
- Data management
- Design reviews
- Electrical grounding studies
- Environmental studies
- Personnel training
- Program evaluations
- Soil testing
- Stray current analyses
- Materials evaluation and selection (metallic and non-metallic)
- Welding consultation
- Risk and Integrity
- Condition assessment
- Asset integrity management
Reclamation & Remediation Coordination
Corrpro technicians are experienced and familiar with the reclamation requirements related to pipeline construction (especially maintenance related) activities. Our techs can serve as the owner’s representative and provide guidance to successfully remediate the work site to a quality consistent with the pre-disturbance condition, after pipeline work has been completed.