Sandvik looks to ‘solve corrosion with science’ at Eurocorr 2018
9 – 13 September
ICE Krakow, Poland
Stand number 82, level 2
Sandvik is exhibiting at the Eurocorr 2018 Conference with its theme of ‘solving corrosion with science, together we can do it’. The company believes this approach encompasses its commitment to offering the best in corrosion resistant products, while working with customers to solve a range of problems and challenges. This is set to take place under the umbrella of one of the world’s most renowned corrosion events.
The team will be on hand to discuss Sandvik ’s range of corrosion resistant duplex stainless steels, including hydraulic and instrumentation tubing, heat exchanger and high temperature tubing. In addition to product excellence, the company will be focusing on the high level of knowledge and expertise of the team and look forward to talking about material solutions with visitors.
Barinder Ghai, Regional Technical Marketing Manager EMEA for Sandvik, said: “We’re excited to be exhibiting at Eurocorr again and are looking forward to welcoming existing and new customers alike to our stand. We believe this event provides a great opportunity to network with like-minded colleagues, including individual members and representatives of international corrosion societies, to discuss the latest issues and solutions.
“Our highly experienced team will be on hand to offer their advice on technical issues and products, particularly our range of corrosion resistant alloys, as well as new technologies and practices designed for corrosion problem solving.”
Sandvik says its higher yield strength product translates into significantly higher pressure tolerance and lower weight, which in turn enables more compact system designs. The latest offering is Sandvik SAF 2707 HD™ a hyper-duplex material developed for critical applications in a range of process industries. Due to its excellent corrosion resistance, Sandvik SAF 2707 HD is consistently outperforming most other materials in severe chloride containing environments, such as seawater-cooled heat exchangers. It can serve as a very competitive alternative to expensive nickel alloys and high-alloy austenitic stainless steels in the most demanding applications.