Corrosion Control with Glass Fiber reinforced Plastics in the Power Industry in the USA

Gas and Power Industry # 1979 Brigthon

Power engineers have an urgent need for the extreme corrosion resistance which GRP can provide. Engineers in the power industry are finding that GRP materials have the properties needed to meet the new requirements - and that they can do so at reasonable cost. We believe that the power industry will continue to be a fine new growth area for GRP materials. A review of case histories is made - identifying those reinforced plastics applications dealing with corrosion control in the power industries.

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