Columbia Metals will be making a first-time visit to this year’s NACE International CORROSION conference, which takes place in Dallas between 16-19 March. The company will be in attendance at the event to participate in the sessions focusing on material selection and design.
The NACE CORROSION conference brings together many of the world’s leading authorities in an educational event that focuses on the prevention and mitigation of corrosion worldwide. This event features forums, symposia and meetings providing up-to-date information and research on corrosion prevention, including the use of corrosion-resistant alloys and solutions for high temperature corrosion, in many industries.
For many years, Columbia Metals has been working with its manufacturing partners to research and develop industry-leading alloys to meet demanding technical requirements. One such alloy, NIBRON SPECIAL®, is the flagship of Columbia Metals’ alloy range. It is one of the highest strength copper alloys available with good levels of ductility, while exhibiting excellent corrosion resistance, ensuring it has become specified as the material of choice in demanding applications by design engineers across the world.
To arrange a meeting with one of our qualified team of metallurgists – either at the NACE conference in Dallas or at a time and location to suit you – please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NACE is the leading global authority on corrosion control solutions and offers technical training and certification programmes, conferences, industry standards, reports, publications and technical journals. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, NACE serves over 33,000 members in 116 countries.