Corrosion Testing Products

The simplest, and longest-established, method of estimating corrosion is weight loss analysis. A weighed sample (coupon) of the metal or alloy being tested is introduced into a corrosive enviroment and later removed after a certain amount of time has elapsed. The coupon is then removed with as little disturbance as possible cleaned and reweighed. The weight loss is converted to a total thickness loss, or average corrosion rate.

Weight loss measurement is still the most widely used means of determining corrosion loss.

Scale Prediction Setup

During our time working alongside personnel in laboratories here in ... read more

LPR (Linear Polarization Resistance) Corrosion Setup

LPR Linear Polarization Resistance monitoring is a broadly used electrochemical ... read more

Corrosivity Glassware Setup

The specialist corrosivity glassware setup shown opposite is used to ... read more

Corrosion Setup With Rotating Coupons

The Corrosion Setup With Rotating Coupons opposite was designed for corrosion ... read more

LWC Vessels (Low Water Cut Vessels)

LWC  Vessels are a reduced section vessel used for laboratory corrosion ... read more

Corrosion Vessels

Over the years we have designed and manufactured a number ... read more

Bubble Cell Setup

Bubble cell setups specifically designed for corrosion labs   <<<<Back to ... read more