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Four Common Mistakes when Choosing a Corrosion-Resistant Alloy

This webinar will focus on selecting the proper corrosion-resistant alloy for a particular application, highlighting four common mistakes that result in either the wrong alloy being chosen or a suitable alloy not performing adequately.

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Join us, Nickel Institute, and the Singapore Welding Society for an online webinar presented by Gary Coates.

This webinar will focus on selecting the proper corrosion-resistant alloy for a particular application, highlighting four common mistakes that result in either the wrong alloy being chosen or a suitable alloy not performing adequately. These are based on personal experiences. The ones that will be discussed are:

a) Misuse of PREN (Pitting Resistance Equivalent numbers)

b) Lack of knowledge of contaminants

c) Lack of knowledge of actual equipment operation

d) Secrets from fabrication shop.

Presenter

Gary Coates

Gary is Technical Manager for the Nickel Institute, Toronto, Canada.

He has worked in the stainless steel and nickel alloys industry for 45 years, the last 21 with the Nickel Institute. Welding has always been of major interest, as often welding is the weakest link in fabrication. He has worked with many different end use industries and with fabricators to ensure they have access to proper welding information. He is actively involved with many professional societies, including the American Welding Society, and is an active contributor to their Welding Forum. He has made many presentations worldwide on all aspects of use of stainless steel and nickel alloys.

Watch live from YouTube https://lnkd.in/dbYKp6p  

Register here: https://lnkd.in/dtwqfquV 


About Nickel Institute

Nickel is a naturally-occurring metallic element with a silvery-white, shiny appearance. It is the fifth-most common element on earth and occurs extensively in the earth’s crust and core. Nickel, along with iron, is also a common element in meteorites and can even be found in small quantities in plants, animals and seawater.

While the concentration of nickel in the earth's crust is 80 parts per million, the earth's core consists mainly of a nickel-iron alloy

NICKEL IS THE FIFTH-MOST COMMON ELEMENT ON EARTH


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