Unlock value by minimizing the cost of corrosion
- Date: From November 08, 2016
- Duration: On demand
In a recent report from NACE, it suggests that 15-30% of your maintenance costs are spent on corrosion related failures. It is estimated that the global cost of corrosion is ~ $2.5 trillion which equates to 3.4% of the world's total GDP. Corrosion failures not only increase costs, but are associated with reduced availability. It is estimated that up to 15% in cost savings can be achieved with a significant reduction in corrosion failure by using available corrosion control practices.
Watch our On Demand webinar to hear KBC’s thinking on this subject and find out more about how to mitigate your risks. Andrew Normand, Global Product Manager for Reliability Availability and Maintenance, will examine and discuss the following topics:
- The cost of corrosion
- Corrosion Management Systems
- How safe is your plant from corrosion?
- Presenting KBC Corrosion Management
- Customer case studies detailing benefits received