EDI will be represented at NACE Corrosion Technology Week (16 SEP-20 SEP 2018) by John Olson. It will be held at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in the Galleria section of Houston, TX.
If you have questions for John about corrosion control monitoring or the use of monitoring products that the company offers, he will be at most of the STG 05 and STG 35 meetings that week.
If you are unable to attend NACE Corrosion Technology Week, visit our website for information about EDI products. Contact information is at the bottom of our homepage.
Our Model UC concentric coupon is designed to make potential measurements that are substantially free of IR-drop error without either interrupting current or disconnecting the coupon. The potential measuring port is located in the center of the coupon, well away from IR drop fields in the environment. Concentric coupons are preferred for locations where interrupting currents or disconnecting the coupon to make measurements is not practical. They are particularly well suited for use with remote monitoring units.
EDI’s concentric CP coupon is typically installed at the base of a test station since access through a soil tube is needed for making potential measurements. This product may also be ordered with a contained packaged zinc reference electrode which eliminates the need for access through a soil tube and a 1 sq. cm. coupon for measuring AC current density.
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