Nuclear & Power
Russell Corrosion Consultants, Inc. (RCC) employs corrosion and cathodic protection specialists capable of assessing corrosion and designing corrosion protection measures for the nuclear power industry.
Critical plant infrastructure such as piping, valves and other components within a nuclear power station can be dramatically impacted by deleterious effects of corrosion. However, nuclear power stations present a unique set of challenges that go beyond the industry established evaluation and protective measures available to date. The competency required to accurately and effectively assess the infrastructure within a nuclear power station comes from experience. RCC employs experienced and certified corrosion engineers capable of performing corrosion assessment surveys at nuclear power stations. Our corrosion engineers are specialists in corrosion, coatings, and cathodic protection. They have and are currently working at nuclear power stations and thus possess the credentials required to enter a nuclear power station. RCC engineers and technicians utilize the most up to date equipment and procedures to assess the propensity for corrosion activity in a given environment. RCC performs testing on site with equipment capable of providing immediate results from in-situ samples. This equates to better use of funding and more accurate data acquisition.
Performing a direct examination is costly and time consuming. RCC's engineering approach provides our clients with meaningful information that guides their decisions on the precise location where these excavations will yield the most results.
RCC has evaluated power facilities above ground and below ground piping, designed CP systems, and troubleshot existing CP systems. In addition we have evaluated transmission towers, evaluated materials for use, recommended and evaluated coatings, and performed material and soil laboratory testing.
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