Virtual short course on tank corrosion offers new insights for storage tank inspection and maintenance
The latest educational offering from NACE International’s Corrosion Technical Series is an upcoming short course on the prevention of internal and external tank corrosion. This two-day virtual seminar shines a light on the diverse information available when determining corrosion rates while inspecting storage tanks. A panel of industry experts go beyond probes and vapor corrosion inhibitors (VCI) to share their approaches, insights, and tips on how to evaluate corrosion rates to better plan inspection and maintenance.
Geared towards engineering managers, operators, inspectors, consultants, asset owners, and service companies, this seminar will identify corrosion management methodologies to equip you with the knowledge to better identify corrosion rates in your field and how to interpret the signs of wear and tear in your tank.
This short course is offered in an interactive, virtual format, with knowledge checks and Q&A sessions to ensure students gain a thorough understanding of the course material. At the end, participants can earn a certificate of completion and __ professional development hours (PDHs) to demonstrate their understanding of the materials covered in the course.
Featured lecturers include Louis Koszewski, Founder and President at US Tank Protectors; Philip Myers, Principle at PEMY Consulting; Jim Ellor, ELZLY Technology Corporation; and David Cushman, West Virginia Paint, LLC.
Corrosion Technical Series: Internal and External Tank Corrosion and Its Prevention
December 7-8 • 10 AM to 2 PM central each day
For more information and to register, visit https://www.nace.org/education/courses-by-program/corrosion-technical-series/tank-corrosion
About NACE International
Founded in 1943, NACE International, The Worldwide Corrosion Authority, is the world’s largest nonprofit of its kind with more than 38,000 members in 130 countries. Based in Houston, Texas, with offices in the U.S., the U.K., China, Malaysia, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, and a training center in Dubai, the organization serves all industries impacted by corrosion. NACE International provides its membership with numerous benefits and offers the world’s most specified technical training and certification programs, industry standards, reports, conferences, and publications focused on corrosion prevention and mitigation. www.nace.org