Corrosion of Iron and Steel Costs

Corrosion of Iron and Steel Costs

“A high performance coating for steel and iron corrosion control. A single component, hybrid-moisture cure urethane coating, that when applied, does not form a film immediately, but rather it penetrates to combine the rust with the coating all the way down to the original metal surface.”
– Washington State Department of Transportation Environmental & Engineering Programs Division
Materials Testing Laboratory

“More cars are destroyed by rust than by accidents.”
– Automobile Association of America (AAA) Department of Statistics

“Rust never sleeps.”
– Rocky Dellarocca
Paint Superintendent, Golden Gate Bridge

The corrosion of iron & steel costs nearly $300 billion annually
– Automobile Association of America (AAA) Department of Statistics

A recently released two-year breakthrough study estimates the annual direct cost of corrosion in the United States to be $276 billion.
– NACE International, The Corrosion Society

$70-$80 billion, could be saved by using state-of-the-art corrosion management practices
– NACE International, The Corrosion Society

Corrosion is a negative, deterioration-inducing, and life-threatening phenomenon.
– Corrosion Costs and Preventive Strategies in the United States