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February 2014
Volume 66    Issue 2

Corrosion protection and cost reduction in the mining and minerals industries

Mining Engineering, 2014, Vol. 66, No. 2, pp. 43-43
Reiser, John


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The production processes that are developed in the mining and minerals industry are manufactured to be exposed to very aggressive environments. Chemical, abrasion, and impact expose structures and equipment, steel or concrete, to a significant deterioration. This causes damage and adds high costs to operations that can be reflected in the destruction of equipment and structures in the arrest of the production process, which becomes very costly. Also, there is the potential for personnel accidents, which would require large sums of compensation for an employee, thus directly harming the image of the mining operation and company.  



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