Steel - Surface treatment - Corrosion protection
It is important for the durability of the corrosion protection that a treatment suitable for the given conditions is applied.
ParticipantsTechnicians, foremen and other supervisors
Skilled workers with requirements for up-dated knowledge
Engineers and inspectors.
The course provides general information and is aimed at participants with consultancy-, supervisory- and developing work, including personnel working with quality control issues, as well as production, construction and maintenance personnel.
TargetTo supply the participants with an overview of corrosion in steel and the need for protection under various circumstances.
ContentThe applied methods for corrosion protection will be reviewed and focus will be put on advantages and disadvantages. It will be indicated how steel structures’ design will have to be adjusted to the individual protection method and which properties will be gained. It will be shown, how surface treatments must be checked to ensure the desired quality.
The below listed subjects will be dealt with:
- Corrosion in steel, corrosion classification
- Surface treatment methods and protection principles
- Hot dip galvanising
- Metal spraying
- Galvanic surface treatment
- Pre-treatment of steel prior to painting or coating with plastic
- Painting or coating with plastic
- Surface treated steel sheet
- Corrosion protection of steel during storage and transportation; air dehumidification, oil and wax based protection means, inhibitors, conversion coats etc.
Registration deadlineThree weeks prior to course commencement.
Cancellation deadlineShould you be prevented from participating in the course, you are welcome to hand over your ticket to a colleague.
You are free to cancel or move your course participation until 6 working days prior to course commencement. If you cancel later than 6 days prior to course commencement total pay for your course shall be charged.
Course LanguageThe course is held in the following languages:
The corrosion protection must be performed correctly in order to avoid unexpected costs to repair and to keep the cost of maintenance as low as possible.