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Opening up a container to discover corrosion on metal items is frustrating. It often means lost time, missed deadlines and unhappy people in your supply chain. The loss or rework of the corroded items plus the impact on business all total up to a significant cost. Corrosion can be complicated and may be caused by a combination of factors during manufacturing and storage. The good news is there are some simple steps you can take to eliminate common sources of damage to your metal assets right away. To look for some causes of corrosion, one of the best places to start is the handling and packaging of the parts. These are some things you can do no matter what type of packaging you are using. 1. Wear Clean Gloves Are workers using clean gloves? Are they using gloves at all?
Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors (VCI) have proven to be a cost effective alternative to the traditional dry and N2 purge technique. If you are building a new pipeline, as a section is completed, it is typically hydrotested. After hydrotest, many owners will dry the section and purge the atmosphere with Nitrogen. Often, these lines are not completely dry and the combination of water, oxygen and bacteria, can have a negative corrosion effect on this new steel, even if the line has a Nitrogen blanket. Maintaining the Nitrogen can take time and be expensive, especially if the line will not be commissioned for a period of time. VCI can be introduced to the non-piggable segments as well as the piggable lines very cost effectively in most cases. The VCI can then preserve the line from corrosion for many years. When it is