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Why biofilms need to be controlled?

Biofilms are associated with persistent infections and can cause fouling and corrosion in fluid processes; undesirable taste and odour issues in the water industry; pipe corrosion within oil and gas industries and souring of oil in pipelines and storage facilities.

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Factors influencing biofilm growth inside water distribution systems

Distribution systems are complicated environments in which a number of different factors interrelate resulting in no two systems being exactly the same. Several factors influence biofilm growth, usually in combination, with no single factor dominating in all cases.

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Biofilm formation & control inside water distribution systems

Biofilms can form inside drinking water distribution systems and can sometimes cause a number of problems.

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Silver is important for health & reliable alternatives to chlorine

In a world concerned with the spreading of virus and disease, silver is increasingly being tapped for its bactericidal properties and used in treatments for conditions ranging from severe burns to Legionnaires disease.

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Silver (Ag) and its important uses

Silver is often called the poor man’s gold, but unlike gold which is primarily a monetary metal, it has many industrial. Silver is a known bactericide. Some humidifier currently on the market uses silver rods to kill bacteria. Silver is also a well known conductor of heat and electricity.

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Duplex aluminum based thermal spray coatings for high temperature refinery applications

Materials which are used in petrochemical plants, are continuously exposed to the corrosive effects produced by the petroleum processing units.

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Corrosion of Carbon Steel

Carbon steel, the most widely used engineering material, accounts for approximately eighty five percent, of the annual steel production worldwide.

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Uses of steel material for automobiles

Steel material is used in many parts, such as outer and inner plates of automobiles. The demand for higher corrosion resistance of steel is growing year after year.

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List of Chemical environments where Titanium alloys are highly resistant

Titanium and its alloys exhibit a unique combination of mechanical and physical properties and corrosion resistance which have made them desirable for critical, industrial, demanding aerospace, chemical and energy industry service.

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Titanium's oxide film & Erosion resistance

Titanium alloys generally offer useful resistance to significantly larger ranges of chemical environments (i.e. pH and redox potential) and temperatures compared to steels, stainless steels, aluminum alloys, copper alloys and nickel-based alloys.

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Corrosion resistance of high strength titanium alloys

Most of the higher strength titanium alloys exhibit excellent resistance to general corrosion and pitting corrosion in near-neutral environments which are neither highly oxidizing nor highly reducing.

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Titanium- Corrosion resistance to Gases

Titanium has excellent resistance to gaseous oxygen and air at temperatures up to 370°C.

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Titanium- Corrosion resistance to Alkaline media & Organic chemicals

Titanium is generally highly resistant to alkaline media including solutions of sodium hydroxide (NaOH), potassium hydroxide (KOH), calcium hydroxide [Ca(OH)2], magnesium hydroxide [Ma(OH)2] and ammonia hydroxide (NH4OH).

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Titanium- Corrosion resistance to Waters

Titanium alloys are highly resistant to water, natural waters and steam to temperatures in excess of 300°C.

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Titanium- Corrosion resistance to Acids

Titanium has excellent resistance to oxidizing acids, such as nitric and chromic, over a wide range of temperatures and concentrations.

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