David Horrocks is this month’s corrosion specialist in the spotlight, as the Institute of Corrosion asks him 11 questions in 11 minutes.
Protective paint systems are a common way to protect steel structures against corrosion, and are covered by Part 5 of ISO 12944 as described here.
Kevin Harold is this month’s corrosion specialist in the spotlight, as the Institute of Corrosion asks him 11 questions in 11 minutes.
The CSCS card is invaluable in the construction industry. The ICAA is the newest way to achieve this status. Learn how this new apprenticeship is delivered.
What is the ICAA? It’s the most innovative and unique apprenticeship in the UK. One of a kind, developed for would-be industrial coatings applicators.
Apprenticeships provide valuable training and a career pathway. Read how an apprenticeship was conceived and developed for industrial coating applicators.
Experts have their say and explain why a passive fire protection course is critical for asset integrity and safety of employees.
The Institute of Corrosion continues to support the industry with not-to-be-missed corrosion conferences from London and Aberdeen.
Finally, a comprehensive PFP course for inspectors that meets all the standards and the needs of the oil and gas industry.
The moon is rusting. But why? What is causing the moon to rust, and does NASA need a corrosion specialist to land on the moon?
PFP training will ensure that PFP inspection standards are improved. But what training is there, how is it delivered, and who should be trained?
Protecting structures using PFP, you protect the integrity of an asset therefore decrease risk to your people. That’s good health and safety.
Dr Jane Lomas is this month’s corrosion specialist in the spotlight, as the Institute of Corrosion asks him 11 questions in 11 minutes.
Technology is evolving how painting and coating inspection works. Learn how new apps and software are boosting effectiveness and efficiency in this field.
Petrobras has included ICorr training for coating inspector in its latest standard. Learn about standard N-2941 and why this such an important move.
Effective corrosion management relies on coating inspection, carried out by properly certified coating inspectors. Learn why coating inspection is critical, and who is responsible
Part 4 of ISO 12944 covers surface preparation – from grading to cleaning and including the methods to use and guidance on who can carry out surface preparation.
Passive fire protection is critical to protect high-risk facilities such as offshore oil and gas installations. Here we explore the financial cost of getting PFP wrong.
Bill Hedges is this month’s corrosion specialist in the spotlight, as the Institute of Corrosion asks him 11 questions in 11 minutes.
When fabricating steel structures, ISO 12944 covers the design considerations that must be incorporated from the earliest possible planning stage.
The season for the presentation of Outstanding Achievement awards in corrosion science is fast approaching. The Institute of Corrosion is at the forefront of recognition.
ISO 12944 is the standard for use when protecting assets from corrosion using coatings and paints. Here we examine the corrosive environment.
Corrosion protection needs to be discussed, which is why this week of webinars with exceptional presenters should not be missed.
In this cathodic protection training blog, we examine 7 myths of cathodic protection that may surprise you – and explode each one.
There are two types of cathodic protection. Let’s discuss what they are, and discover how do they work to help prevent corrosion.
ISO 12944 is the standard that sets out the rules for the protection of assets from corrosion by use of coating systems and paint. Do you know what they are?
Training and development are critical for your career. For corrosion engineers, IMechE Argyll Ruane offer many of ICorr’s corrosion courses.
In a first for ICorr, young engineers met online to learn of a case study that could help them become big winners in the Young Engineer Programme.
The Institute of Corrosion continues to increase its social media presence. Here’s an update, and how you can connect with the corrosion conversation.
One of the premier events in the Institute of Corrosion’s calendar is the Corrosion Science Symposium. In 2020, there is a new format for this prestigious event.
When learning about cathodic protection, the place you should start is to understand electrochemical corrosion and how it works.
Corrosion science is relatively young and still evolving. Learn about the history of this field with this concise timeline of main events.
As the COVID-19 lockdown takes its toll on training and development, here are five free webinars to for all in the corrosion industry.
Get the family involved in World Corrosion Awareness Day and relieve the boredom of the coronavirus lockdown.
The coronavirus lockdown has hit training and development hard. Bad for businesses and employees. Online training could help your career stay on track.
There are many benefits of professional membership of ICorr. Here are seven that you can exploit throughout your career.
Corrosion control is critical to reducing costs in the industry. But poor corrosion control in infrastructure and transport has a far greater cost. That cost is human.
Great engineer training can propel your career, which is why the Institute of Corrosion has developed the increasingly popular Young Engineers programme.
Learn about the fundamentals of corrosion and how you can manage the effects of corrosion with a variety of techniques.
Becoming a Chartered Engineer can open a world of benefits including a globally recognized status and higher salary. Here’s how to become a Chartered Engineer.
A great free event for young engineers, CHAIN 2020 in London is perfect to develop your network and meet Young ICORR at the Institute of Corrosion stand.
The Institute of Corrosion is rebranding, and that means a greater focus on achieving our mission. Learn why we exist and how our mission supports our core values.
It is crucial that we broaden the conversation about corrosion to be more inclusive. To do so, we are broadening and deepening the ways in which we communicate, making them more accessible and more appropriate.
The Institute of Corrosion is rebranding. Its new brand identity has been driven by the institute’s core values, which you can learn about in this article.
The rebranding of the Institute of Corrosion will be visual, but the most crucial factors of brand are not limited to logos and typography. Brand is much deeper.