MIC

Microbial Influenced Corrosion

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EMIC and CMIC

Corrosion, or rust (in common language) is always a consequence of electron transfer. Whereby elementary iron is converted into iron 2+ and/or iron 3+, bound

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NACE TM0194 (AMPP)

The technical standard NACE TM0194 is among the oldest technical standards in the industry, with the aim to guide you through the process of biological

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How to recognize MIC

The objective determination of MIC (microbially influenced corrosion) can only take place through a combination of analysis methods and techniques. Only a visual inspection of

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What is MIC?

The abbreviation MIC stands for Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion. This term is used for the process in which corrosion is either or both initiated or accelerated,

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