Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

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27 Scott Rd

Scott Rd

Pinetown

3610

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.8158

30.876311

2 Watsonia Plce

Silver Vause

Watsonia Plce

Pinetown

3616

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.838784

30.850499

77 Burlington Dve

Burlington Dve

Shallcross

4093

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.841516

30.9194175

38 Hillclimb Road

Hillclimb Road

Pinetown

3610

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.8167157

30.8227132

15 Lanner Rd

Unit 16 Falcon Ind Mws

Lanner Rd

New Germany

3610

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.807346

30.884645

47 Gillitts Rd

Unit G

Gillitts Rd

Pinetown

3600

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.812972

30.840306

29 Monte Carlo Rd

Monte Carlo Rd

Pinetown

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.8207812

30.8197109

Corrosion Control

So you have noticed that piece of metal that is starting to rust. Well you think its rust, but it is in fact not rust, its corrosion, and luckily you can control corrosion to a degree, as the many listings on the Yellow Pages will account for.

There are many different methods to achieve corrosion control, but lets first get the rust out of the way. Corrosion refers to metal wearing away through a chemical reaction within the metal, The difference between this and rust is that corrosion exists in any metal, not just metal with iron in. So as we can see this is very much like rust.

There are a number of different ways to control corrosion - any of these options would naturally depend on certain standards, the economy and the environment. As mentioned corrosion affects any kind of steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper and even titanium.
 
To prevent this seemingly unstoppable natural metal destroying force that we know as corrosion, we get to use some measures. Depending on the steel type you could use protective coatings or corrosion inhibitors. Once you have these coatings on you would see the difference in the life span on any kind of steel. For instance if you were to galvanize one piece of steel and leave one untreated and then place them outside, you would see a very quick change in the corrosion of the untreated steel as compared to the corrosion controlled steel.
 
To find corrosion control in South Africa, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

Corrosion Control

So you have noticed that piece of metal that is starting to rust. Well you think its rust, but it is in fact not rust, its corrosion, and luckily you can control corrosion to a degree, as the many listings on the Yellow Pages will account for.

There are many different methods to achieve corrosion control, but lets first get the rust out of the way. Corrosion refers to metal wearing away through a chemical reaction within the metal, The difference between this and rust is that corrosion exists in any metal, not just metal with iron in. So as we can see this is very much like rust.

There are a number of different ways to control corrosion - any of these options would naturally depend on certain standards, the economy and the environment. As mentioned corrosion affects any kind of steel, carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper and even titanium.
 
To prevent this seemingly unstoppable natural metal destroying force that we know as corrosion, we get to use some measures. Depending on the steel type you could use protective coatings or corrosion inhibitors. Once you have these coatings on you would see the difference in the life span on any kind of steel. For instance if you were to galvanize one piece of steel and leave one untreated and then place them outside, you would see a very quick change in the corrosion of the untreated steel as compared to the corrosion controlled steel.
 
To find corrosion control in South Africa, browse our Yellow Pages listings.

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