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Posted Nov 10, 2012 @ 4:52pm
On Galvanic Corrosion
By Michael Weinbaum
The prevention of galvanic corrosion is always a priority when an aluminum structure is installed in or near water. While aluminum is highly resistant to destructive oxidation in air, water, seawater, or acid, galvanic corrosion can occur when it is in electrical contact with other metals. An Entech Senior Engineer explains the conditions under which corrosion will occur and what measures can be taken to slow the process.
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