For economic reasons it is imperative that shut‐downs at oil refineries should be kept to a minimum. Corrosion is a major factor contributing to a shut‐down; therefore its control and elimination is of vital importance to the petroleum industry. In Part 1 of this series (May issue) the authors discussed the ways in which corrosion attacks various parts of a refinery, and described some of the equipment and metals used to combat these attacks. In Part 2 methods for treating corroded parts are described.
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