Camfil Commercial and Industrial Air Filtration Experts Offer New Resource on Corrosion & Air Pollution for Canadian Market
New Resource: WHAT IS CORROSION AND HOW DOES IT IMPACT PROCESSES IN CANADA
The chemical process of corrosion occurs when materials interact with their surrounding environments, causing materials to slowly deteriorate over time. The most common form of corrosion is atmospheric corrosion, which is the corrosion that occurs when materials are exposed to air. Although corrosion is usually associated with metals and metal alloys (such as iron, steel, copper, and aluminum), all materials, both natural and man-made, are susceptible to one form of corrosion or another.
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The new web resource covers:
Corrosion in Canada
What Are the Effects of Corrosion?
Corrosion vs. Erosion
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