One of the key problems of failure-free operation of machinery is prevention of corrosion. The global scale of modern production makes this problem even more critical. At the beginning of the 21st century industrial contami- tion and the corrosion-active nature of the environment reached a level such that corrosive damage of materials became commensurate with their prod- tion volume and expenditure on anticorrosion protection of machines became comparable with investments in basic production. Anticorrosion techniques changed from being an auxiliary service to industrial enterprises into a dev- oping, scienti?cally intensive and generously ?nanced branch of production. Polymers occupy a very speci?c place amongst anticorrosion techniques. Polymers combine good chemical resistance with impermeability to di?- ent media and unusual deformation characteristics. The main principle of their application as anticorrosion means is the creation of a tight barrier that insulates metal machine parts or constructions from corrosion agents. The advantages of polymers allow the creation of such a barrier at minimal cost, providingprotectionoftheworkingmachinesfromcorrosion, combining their manufacture with preservation and decreasing the cost of anticorrosion. This is one of the main reasons why world production of polymer materials increased by almost 50% in the past decade.... less harmful ones (e.g. CI); ption of technological processes that exclude manual labor; ience of exchange ventilation ... .ematic cleaning of operation areas (pneumatic and wet); vidual means of protection and overalls for the maintenanceanbsp;...
|Title||:||Plastics for Corrosion Inhibition|
|Author||:||V.A. Goldade, L.S. Pinchuk, A.V. Makarevich, V.N. Kestelman|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-03-30|