World Corrosion Awareness Day 2024

The World Corrosion Organization has designated April 24, as World Corrosion Awareness Day. World Corrosion Awareness Day is designed to highlight the estimated $2.2 trillion annual cost of corrosion worldwide (3 to 4 % of GDP of industrialized countries) reflecting in part many decision-makers in industry and government not fully understanding the consequences of corrosion and how critical it is to control it.

To celebrate World Corrosion Awareness Day, we’d like to point you to a few of our favorite downloadable special reports, videos, blog posts and other resources in hopes that it will help broaden your understanding of the current state of the industry.

Here are some of our favorites:

[Video] How to Fill Static Cracks, Voids, Joints, Crevices and Levelling of Irregular Surfaces to Form a Barrier Against Water Ingress

[Case History] Corrosion Protection of Tube Bundles for Major Oil and Gas Project

[Blog Post] Five Things You Should Know Now About CUI

[LinkedIn Group] Women in Corrosion

[Blog Post] Presserv expands into Utilities and Construction with STOPAQ Leak Prevention Solutions

[Blog Post] Innovative Strategies for Soil-Side Corrosion Mitigation on Tank Floor Bottoms

[Case History] Preservation Assignment for Subsea and Wellhead Equipment for a Major Client in Scotland

[Video] Understanding Market Trends: Why Asset and Pipeline Owners are Shifting Away from Liquid Paints

[Downloadable Special Report] Are You Ready to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint by up to 95%?

[Blog Post] Prolonging Equipment Lifetime: A Strategic Approach to Reducing Lifetime Emissions

[Video] One of our favorite waterproofing solutions, STOPAQ Aquastop 2100 

[Blog Post] A Revolutionary Pipe Protection Solution That Embodies Efficiency and Innovation

[Video] Reducing the Environmental Footprint for Surface Preparation and Coating Application in Onshore and Offshore Assets

[Video] The World’s Only Handheld Power Tools That Can “Sandblast”

[Downloadable Special Report] How to Reduce Noise Pollution by Almost 10 decibels at 8000Hz While Preventing Corrosion