Sandvik has released a statement announcing its intention to make a mark at NACE Corrosion 2018, with a strong presence at both the conference and the exhibition.
Four representatives of the company will speak at the conference on a number of topics related to corrosion. Angela Phillipp will discuss ‘A New Bimetallic Solution to Manage Corrosion in Nitric Acid Plants’; Daniel Gullberg will discuss ‘New Stainless Steel Optimised for the Urea Process’; and Anna Delblanc will explain the ‘Comparison of Critical Pitting Temperatures of Stainless Steels in Different Salt Solutions’. In addition to this, Katarina Persson will present a talk on ‘Electromechanical Corrosion Comparison of Seamless Tubes in UNS S31266 and UNS S31254 With a New Testing Method’.
Eduardo Gomes, Sales and Marketing Director, BU Tube Americas for Sandvik, said: “It’s great to see our team of experts making important contributions to NACE Corrosion Conference. They will be speaking to delegates about the latest developments from our R&D initiatives, including both new products and solutions, as well as innovation in corrosion test methods.”
At the company’s booth (1231), the focus will be on a combination of knowledge, expertise and product excellence. The team will be on hand throughout the event to discuss the different materials available for numerous types of application, as well as helping customers solve any specific problems they might have.
Gomes added: “Our customers face many challenges on a daily basis and we work closely with them to help achieve the best possible result for their operations. We look forward to meeting at NACE those who have worked with us for many years, and also to welcome to our booth those who may be new to Sandvik.
“We are always excited to cooperate with our clients in the development of innovative solutions for current industry issues contributing with our metallurgical expertise, our products and services.”
Sandvik is offering visitors the chance to win a state-of-the-art Quadrocopter Yuneec Breeze RtF drone by taking part in a special NACE Corrosion quiz. By answering a few questions related to Sandvik and the steel industry, they will be entered into the prize draw.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/product-news/05042018/sandvik-to-make-its-mark-at-nace-corrosion-2018/
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