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The De Facto Standard in Fire Sprinkler Corrosion Control
The De Facto Standard in Fire Sprinkler Corrosion Control

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Don't know where to start with your corrosion problem? Try a pipe sample analysis. We will return the processed sample to you once analysis is complete! http://buff.ly/2pqGNMM
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A galvanized pipe sample from a dry pipe sprinkler system. If you see black, brown, orange, or red inside a galvanized pipe system you're in trouble! http://ecscorrosion.com/galvanized-pipe-vs-black-steel/
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Corrosion represents a real life safety issue for fire sprinkler systems. Besides nuisance leak problems, it can lead to reduced hydraulic performance, sprinkler plugging, and pipe obstruction. Looking inside your fire sprinkler system is the only way to know for sure.

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Problems with ice plugs in cold storage applications? You should consider a nitrogen generator. Nitrogen is an extremely dry gas (no condensate) and provides additional benefit of corrosion protection. http://buff.ly/2o0q4Lq
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The ECS Spring Webinar Series continues with "Design Strategies for Corrosion Control" this Thursday. You can register here: http://buff.ly/2nEOBKQ
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Official rankings have just been released! http://buff.ly/2oJOUE3
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Our Spring Webinar Series continues with "Using Nitrogen in Wet Pipe Sprinkler Systems" this week. Register for any of our upcoming webinars here: http://buff.ly/2oiXDfR
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We have an exciting announcement: our patented In-Line Corrosion Detector has been awarded 2017 Corrosion Innovation of the Year by NACE!

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We recently completed a wet pipe nitrogen inerting (WPNI) project to protect library archives at a large university. Follow the link to learn more about our proprietary process http://buff.ly/2nMkQa9
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Our Spring Webinar Series continues with "Using Nitrogen in Dry Pipe Sprinkler Systems" this week. Register for any of our upcoming webinars here: http://buff.ly/2n1qce8
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