The National Engineering Research Center for Corrosion Control of Metals has been committed to addressing the challenges of critical and major corrosion problems in the national economy. It has undertaken large-scale projects, such as West-East natural gas transmission pipeline corrosion engineering and the cathodic protection project of the Hangzhou Bay Cross-sea Bridge. The center has applied protective coatings for heavy corrosion, cathodic protection technology, surface treatment technology, corrosion inhibitors, corrosion-resistant alloys, and corrosion monitoring and testing instruments that are widely used in the oil and gas, petrochemical, civil construction, nuclear power, ocean engineering, aeronautical, electricity grid, and other industries. The center has been named a national high-tech enterprise and holds qualifications in anti-corrosion construction and anticorrosion design, ISO 9001 quality management system certification, ISO 14001 environmental management system certification, GB 28001 health and safety management system certification, and an AAA Grade Credit Certificate. The center has also been awarded the Outstanding Executive Team of the National Science & Technology Plan and the Distinguished Organization Award of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers.
Corrosion control of Hangzhou Bay Bridge
Corrosion control of Shanghai Qingcaosha Raw Water Steel Pipe Jacking