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Corrosion Management Conference: Pipeline Corrosion

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Training and Certification at CORROSION 2010

Basic Corrosion
March 8-12, 2010
Marriott Rivercenter

The Basic Corrosion Course focuses on corrosion and the potential problems caused by corrosion. It provides a basic but thorough review of causes of corrosion and the methods by which it can be identified, monitored, and controlled. Active participation is encouraged through hands-on experiments and case studies, as well as an open discussion format.

For more information or to register for this course, please click here.


Corrosion Control In The Refining Industry
March 9-13, 2010
Marriott Rivercenter

The Corrosion Control in the Refining Industry Course provides an overview of refinery process units and specific process descriptions, and focuses on the examination and identification of corrosion and metallurgical problems that occur in process units. Students receive the most recent version of REFIN•COR software, which is a database of experiences, problems, and solutions encountered by refining industry corrosion engineers and includes minutes of meetings of NACE Committee TEG 205X (formerly T-8) on Refining Industry Corrosion from 1957 through 2002. This is information which can be used on-the-job and cannot be found anywhere else.

For more information or to register for this course, please click here.


Shipboard Corrosion Assessment Training (S-CAT)
March 9-13, 2010
Marriott Rivercenter

This course is intended to provide a foundation of coatings, corrosion, and corrosion control knowledge for assessing the condition of tanks and other structures, and determining the required actions necessary to effectively maintain fully operational status. The course will equip the assessor with practical guidelines for surveying and evaluating the condition of the protective coating system on specific areas of a marine vessel. The desired end result is that assessors utilize a consistent, orderly, and repeatable process of evaluation that has the confidence of all those involved in the maintenance cycle.

For more information or to register for this course, please click here.


Corrosion Prevention and Control in Industrial Water Facilities
March 11-13, 2010
Marriott Rivercenter

The Corrosion Prevention and Control in Industrial Water Facilities is designed to train industrial water engineers and technicians on the best practices in corrosion prevention and control in industrial water plants.

For more information or to register for this course, please click here.


Nuclear Power Plant Training for Coating Inspectors
March 18 - 22, 2010
Marriott Rivercenter

This course prepares qualified coating inspectors to conduct inspections in nuclear power plants (NPPs). The training focuses on the unique challenges presented by the restrictive and safety-critical environment, plus the verbatim compliance demanded in NPPs, as well as plant and industry regulations, technical specifications, and procedures.

For more information or to register for this course, please click here.


CIP Level 2, maritime emphasis
March 18 - 23, 2010
Marriott Rivercenter

CIP Level 2, maritime emphasis includes topics from CIP Level 1 and CIP Level 2, with a focus on coating inspection in the maritime industry. The course provides in-depth coverage of surface preparation, coating types, inspection criteria, failure modes, and case studies from the maritime industry. CIP Level 2, maritime emphasis highlights the skills and knowledge required to correctly address the inspection requirements of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Performance Standard for Protective Coatings (PSPC). The course concludes with both written and practical exams.

For more information or to register for this course, please click here.

 

 

CORROSION 2010 Sponsors:

Carboline

BP

Champion Technologies

Sherwin Williams

The NAI Coating Show
Loresco
Corrpro
United Pipeline Systems
Bayou
Carpenter

Clariant Oil Services

Tinker & Rasor

Chlor-Rid

Coastal Corrosion
Mach Industrial Group

Pro-Mark

Ameron International

Anotec

DeFelsko

Canusa-CPS

Bredero Shaw

Neptune Research

Mears

 

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