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Subject: Re: Aluminum/Steel interaction in salty atmosphere.
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Date: 09/26/01 at 3:09 PM
Posted by: Richard Nay
In Reply to: Re: Aluminum/Steel interaction in salty atmosphere. posted by Erik McCrae on 09/26/01 at 1:44 PM:
Our research shows that aluminum and steel ALWAYS will corode. The time for this corrosion in unpredictable. We have seen corrosion of this kind in as little as 5 weeks. While other times the corrosion may take a couple of years.Usually temperature change causes moisture and that produces an electrolyte which causes corrosion. God made these metals to not like each other. This kind of corrosion is a major player with the 350 billion dollar corrosion repair/replacement business annually. The ECK product has a US patent for dissimilar metal corrosion. You can find out more about it at www.vannay.com Hope that this is helpful. Richard
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