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  • Writer's pictureDavid Bennett

Corrosion Testing and Monitoring in Pump Systems

Corrosion testing and monitoring play a crucial role in assessing the effectiveness of corrosion mitigation measures and identifying potential issues. Here are some common corrosion testing and monitoring techniques:

1.     Corrosion Coupons: Corrosion coupons are small metal samples placed in the pump system to monitor corrosion rates. They are periodically removed and analyzed to evaluate the effectiveness of corrosion prevention measures.

2.     Online Corrosion Sensors: Online corrosion sensors provide real-time data on corrosion rates and can help detect corrosion-related issues early. These sensors can be integrated into the pump system's monitoring and control system for proactive corrosion management.

3.     Fluid Analysis: Regular fluid analysis, including pH testing and chemical composition analysis, can provide insights into the corrosive nature of the fluid being pumped. Monitoring changes in fluid characteristics over time can help identify potential corrosion risks.

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