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  • Supplier Profile
    Galvotec Alloys, Inc., has been and continues to be a premier manufacturer of high quality Sacrificial (Galvanic) Aluminum, Zinc and Magnesium Anodes. Galvotec has developed an excellent reputation...
  • Article - 20 Aug 2004
    Zinc and zinc alloys are used for extrusions, castings, forgings, rolled sheet or drawn wire and of course as a protective coating. The application of zinc coatings, the casting and joining of zinc...
  • Article - 5 Feb 2002
    Chlorine and its compounds have strong oxidizing properties. Therefore, in an aqueous solution, they are not corrosive toward titanium. Titanium is a highly unique metal that can withstand these...
  • Article - 4 May 2001
    These alloys are light weight, high strength and cheaper than zirconium containing nagnesium alloys. They find applications in the aeropsace, automotive industries as well as electronics, sporting...
  • Article - 4 May 2001
    Magnesium alloys are used in wrought forms such as extruded bars, section and tubes as well as forgings and rolled sheet. Good strength to weight ratios, high temperature stability and corrosion...
  • News - 11 May 2011
    QuesTek Innovations LLC has been awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II project from the U.S. Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) to apply QuesTek's Materials by Design...
  • Article - 12 Mar 2002
    This report summarises the development of cathodic protection of steel in concrete. It reports on the technology development and uptake across the world as well as applications and benefits.
  • News - 26 Mar 2004
    Magnesium Elektron has announced the launch of a new, high performance, magnesium sacrificial anode that will be shown to the public for the first time at the CORROSION NACE Expo in New Orleans, 28th...
  • Article - 21 Feb 2001
    Corrosion can be defined as the electrochemical reaction of a material with its environment which results in a degradation of the properties of the metal. It is a redox process.
  • Article - 11 Mar 2015
    Galvanic corrosion may occur when two dissimilar metals are in contact with one another in the presence of an electrolyte creating an electronic pathway for the movement of electrons (such as water).