Title

Novel chromium-free technologies for the prevention of wet stack corrosion on hot dipped metallic coatings: A review

RIS ID

129524

Publication Details

Jurak, T., Jamali, S., Zhao, Y., Williams, J., Saxena, A. & Hodges, J. (2018). Novel chromium-free technologies for the prevention of wet stack corrosion on hot dipped metallic coatings: A review. Corrosion: journal of science and engineering, 74 (8), 918-935.

Abstract

Advances in novel corrosion prevention technologies, including organic-inorganic hybrid sol-gel coatings, ultra violet radiation curable coatings, rare earth metal corrosion inhibitors, and other additions for the fabrication of smart coatings, and their potential application to hot dipped metallic coated steel strip products have been reviewed. Rather than exploring the prevention of atmospheric corrosion as in similar publications in the field, the authors have instead placed emphasis on the feasibility of the technologies for protection against "wet stack corrosion," also known as wet storage staining. Such corrosion of hot dipped metallic coatings is a common problem in industry, but one rarely explored in academia.

Grant Number

ARC/IH130100017

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