Everything you need to know about corrosion and its control in 1 hour or less

There are only three certain things in the life of an engineer – death, taxes and corrosion. While we rely heavily on ferrous alloys, principally steel, for much of the built environment, they and many other commonly used alloys are essentially unstable and want nothing more than to return to the low energy state in which they happily spent most of the last few millennia. With around 4% of GDP going down the drain in the form of rust, there are clearly good reasons to understand the problems plus the routes to preventing such a waste. Within 1 hour, all will be revealed.

Event Information

Event Status
Places Available

Event Date
01/03/2018

Time
Free

Location
Holiday Inn Chester - South, Wrexham Road, Chester, Cheshire, CH4 9DL

Speaker(s)
Paul Lambert

Event Association
Mott MacDonald

Event Contact
James Drew

Event Contact Email
James.drew@ramboll.co.uk

Additional Information
Free Parking (number plate to be registered at hotel reception)

Hot Buffet served from 18:00

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Regional Group
Chester & North Wales





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