Ask the Expert

This month, the questions being answered by our corrosion technology experts relate to impressed current Cathodic Protection systems for pipelines and plant piping, and salt contamination of metal surfaces before painting. Question: The use of linear MMO sock anode...

Fellow’s Corner

The third article in this series from ICorr Fellows who have made a significant contribution in the field of corrosion is by Bill Hedges, Vice President of the Institute of Corrosion, FICorr, FRSC, FNACE and CEng. Corrosion Monitoring and Inspection Corrosion...

Young Engineer Programme (YEP)

ICorr’s Young Engineer Programme once again broke new ground as it held its first ever meeting online in May, for the reveal of its 2020 case study. The grand surroundings of the Royal Over-Seas League might have been replaced with the homespun comforts of...

London Branch

As with other Institute of Corrosion meetings, the branch’s March and April technical presentations had to be cancelled due to the pandemic. The committee held an online meeting under its new chairman, Ben Moorhouse of BP, to discuss how to move forward under the...

Branch News – Aberdeen Branch

Pictured: Adam Lea-Bischinger, CEng CMgr MEng CMRP Eur Ing, Snr. Consultant with Fokus – Reliability and a Specialist in Asset Management and Performance Improvement. The branch held its 7th event of the 2019/2020 session, on 27 April. This was the first of 5...

Engineering Council Registrations – First CEng via SOE Registration Agreement

We have now recommenced receiving applications from our professional members, and Patrick Eyles of British Pipeline Agency is the first to go through the complete process and Professional Review Interview (by Zoom) successfully, and been confirmed by SOE Marking...

Corrosion Engineering Division (CED)

Working Day, Wednesday 29 April 2020 This one-day meeting was the latest in a series of working days held by the Corrosion Engineering Division. This year’s meeting had the theme of ‘Corrosion Control in Transport and Infrastructure’. Originally, it was planned that...

European Corrosion Medal for ICorr Past-President

Stuart Lyon, ICorr President between 2005 and 2007, and who continued afterwards as CEO of CORREX Ltd until 2012, has been awarded the European Corrosion Medal for 2020. This is the most prestigious honour of the European Federation of Corrosion (EFC) and recognises:...

Social Media

During the COVID-19 induced lockdown, the use of social media has exploded. Numbers from The Institute of Corrosion’s social media accounts show that members are staying in touch and connected to their professional life as well as their personal. Coronavirus has shown...

ICATS News

It has been tough time for everyone for a while now but hopefully by the time you read this, we will see the light at the end of the tunnel. Once guidance on easing the lockdown is clearer, Corrosion House will re-open, as will many other businesses. When this...

Ask the Expert

This month, the questions being answered by our corrosion technology experts relate to impressed current Cathodic Protection systems for pipelines and plant piping, and salt contamination of metal surfaces before painting. Question: The use of linear MMO sock anode...

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Fellow’s Corner

The third article in this series from ICorr Fellows who have made a significant contribution in the field of corrosion is by Bill Hedges, Vice President of the Institute of Corrosion, FICorr, FRSC, FNACE and CEng. Corrosion Monitoring and Inspection Corrosion...

read more

Young Engineer Programme (YEP)

ICorr’s Young Engineer Programme once again broke new ground as it held its first ever meeting online in May, for the reveal of its 2020 case study. The grand surroundings of the Royal Over-Seas League might have been replaced with the homespun comforts of...

read more

London Branch

As with other Institute of Corrosion meetings, the branch’s March and April technical presentations had to be cancelled due to the pandemic. The committee held an online meeting under its new chairman, Ben Moorhouse of BP, to discuss how to move forward under the...

read more
Branch News – Aberdeen Branch

Branch News – Aberdeen Branch

Pictured: Adam Lea-Bischinger, CEng CMgr MEng CMRP Eur Ing, Snr. Consultant with Fokus – Reliability and a Specialist in Asset Management and Performance Improvement. The branch held its 7th event of the 2019/2020 session, on 27 April. This was the first of 5...

read more
European Corrosion Medal for ICorr Past-President

European Corrosion Medal for ICorr Past-President

Stuart Lyon, ICorr President between 2005 and 2007, and who continued afterwards as CEO of CORREX Ltd until 2012, has been awarded the European Corrosion Medal for 2020. This is the most prestigious honour of the European Federation of Corrosion (EFC) and recognises:...

read more

Social Media

During the COVID-19 induced lockdown, the use of social media has exploded. Numbers from The Institute of Corrosion’s social media accounts show that members are staying in touch and connected to their professional life as well as their personal. Coronavirus has shown...

read more

ICATS News

It has been tough time for everyone for a while now but hopefully by the time you read this, we will see the light at the end of the tunnel. Once guidance on easing the lockdown is clearer, Corrosion House will re-open, as will many other businesses. When this...

read more

Membership Subscription Rates 2020/2021

New Applicants All new applications for Individual membership must be accompanied by a payment of £95.00. The applicant will immediately be admitted into the Institute as an Individual Member. Students *Applications should be accompanied by proof that you are a...

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From the Editor

From the Editor

I hope you are all well, and that the restrictions are not causing too many problems for work. One indirect effect the pandemic is having on the magazine is that with companies shut down or working with fewer staff, and Institute of Corrosion meetings also cancelled,...

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