MATCOR to Present on Impressed Current Linear Anode Cathodic Protection at NACE UAE Corrosion Conference in Abu Dhabi

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MATCOR's presentation will explore flexible impressed current linear anode cathodic protection that extends the benefits of linear anodes for various CP applications.

MATCOR's Shailesh Javia to speak at NACE UAE on linear anode cathodic protection.

MATCOR's Shailesh Javia to speak at NACE UAE on linear anode cathodic protection.

Flexible impressed current linear anodes extend the benefits of linear anodes for various cathodic protection applications.

MATCOR, Inc., the trusted full-service provider of proprietary cathodic protection products, systems, and corrosion engineering solutions will present a paper exploring the use of flexible impressed current linear anodes to minimize current densities for a wide range of cathodic protection applications at the annual NACE UAE Corrosion Conference held at the St. Regis in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates May 12-14, 2015.

Flexible Impressed Current Linear Anode Cathodic Protection
Shailesh Javia, MATCOR
Wednesday, May 13, 2015, 3:35-4:00 p.m. in Al Mudhaif 1                                    

The presentation explores flexible impressed current linear anodes that extend the benefits of linear anodes for various cathodic protection applications. To minimize current distribution challenges, the linear anodes are designed utilizing multiple internal connections, which provides redundancy and protection against uneven anode consumption, minimizes current densities and allows placement in close proximity to the structure. The linear anode is simple to install, requiring only a small trench, and is ideal for congested areas and tight spaces.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Shailesh Javia serves as International Director for MATCOR and has over 22 years experience focused on corrosion engineering and cathodic protection. His diverse knowledge and experience includes designing cathodic protection systems, managing turnkey CP projects and conducting commissioning surveys for cross country and city gas pipelines, tanks and vessels, tank bottoms, and industrial facilities including fertilizer, petrochemical and power plants, and refineries. Mr. Javia is a certified NACE Cathodic Protection Technologist, has successfully completed the NACE Direct Assessment Course and has presented several papers at NACE and ASME conferences.

ABOUT MATCOR
MATCOR is a Brand Energy & Infrastructure company, joining cathodic protection and corrosion control company CP Masters, Inc. as Brand’s newest subsidiary in March 2015. In business for over 40 years, MATCOR provides services and products that solve corrosion problems globally for major infrastructure assets such as oil, gas and water pipelines, above ground storage tanks, power plants, energy facilities, deep wells and steel-in-concrete structures. MATCOR is a turnkey ISO 9001:2008 certified provider of customized cathodic protection products and systems combined with high-quality corrosion engineering, installation and maintenance services. MATCOR is headquartered in Chalfont, PA, has a field service office in Houston, TX and a growing list of international distributors. MATCOR has been named to the Inc. 5,000 list of fastest growing companies in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

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