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NACE International's CORROSION 2011 to Focus on Corrosion Prevention Technologies

Published on 2011-03-07. Author : SpecialChem

WHAT: NACE International's CORROSION 2011

WHEN: Sunday, March 13 - Thursday, March 17, 2011

WHERE: George R. Brown Convention Center
1001 Avenida De Las Americas
Houston, Texas 77010 USA


  • 350 Exhibitors showcasing the latest in corrosion prevention technologies.
  • 6,000 Attendees from 55 countries including leaders from industry, government and academia.
  • 1,000 hours of technical programs including forums, tutorials, workshops, meetings and symposia.
  • 14 Industry Tracks including: Cathodic Protection, Chemical Inhibitors, Coatings, Department of Defense, Highways and Bridges, Maritime, Materials Selection and Design, Oil and Gas Production, Petroleum Refining, Pipelines, Tanks, Underground Systems, Power Generation, and Water and Wastewater.

Featured Forums:

  • Corrosion and Punishment focused on the legal side of corrosion and how it impacts all personnel who sign off on pipeline integrity.
  • Pipeline and Hazardous Material Safety Administration (PHMSA) Office of Pipeline Safety's update on pipeline regulations.
  • Ship Structure - An important new forum addressing the fact that corrosion is costing as much as 25% of the shipping industry maintenance budgets.
  • Corrosion in the Home - Highlighting why homeowners might experience corrosion and prevention and elimination options.
  • Ant Nest Corrosion - A costly and avoidable problem that can affect copper tubing in applications including domestic and commercial equipment.

About NACE International

NACE International, The Corrosion Society, based in Houston, Texas, has over 25,000 members in 110 countries. It is recognized worldwide as the largest professional association dedicated to protecting people, assets, and the environment from the impact of corrosion. It was founded in 1943, and offers technical training and certification programs, sponsors conferences, and produces industry standards, reports, publications, and software to prevent and mitigate corrosion.

Source: NACE International

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