ABOUT US

About Corrosion One, Inc.

Corrosion One, Inc. has well over 100 years of collective experience in the protective coatings and corrosion industry, involving asset protection, planning and prevention.  We provide qualified and well-equipped NACE certified inspectors, state of the art technology, testing equipment, instrumentation, and documentation.

In addition to inspection services, we offer spec writing, spec review and interpretation.  We evaluate, develop, and implement coating systems for capital projects and pride ourselves in accurate data collection, professional client presentation, precise documentation, and report generation.

Corrosion One, Inc. is globally resourced out of the United Kingdom, and offers advanced planning, screening and training of inspectors customized to support our customers’ specific needs.  Our services include a ‘Can Hire’ agreement; meaning that after an agreed period of time, our inspector can work directly for an organization for a nominal fee.  In addition, and as a part of the ‘Can Hire’ program, we offer an internal training program, where we will hire your candidates, pay for their NACE training while they are gaining inspection services experience.

All of these services are a reflection of our long-term goal of ensuring our clients can protect and maintain their equipment, as they monitor corrosion with the best resources and technology available.  Clients can maximize resources and revenue, as well as minimize risks and costs.

NACE International, which was established in 1943 is a professional organization for the corrosion control industry with headquarters in Houston, TX. NACE’s main focus of activities includes cathodic protection, coatingsfor industry, inspection, corrosion testing, and material selection for specific chemical resistance.

NACE Certified Inspectors

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    Coatings Inspector Program (CIP)

    Coating Inspector Certifications

    CIP Level 1
    This certification is designed for Coating Inspectors responsible for performing and documenting basic and non-destructive inspections of liquid coatings applied by brush, roller or spray to steel surfaces.

    CIP Level 2
    This certification is designed for Level 2 Coating Inspectors responsible for performing and documenting non-destructive inspections of liquid and non-liquid coatings to any substrate in a shop setting or under the supervision of a level 3 inspector when working in a field setting.

    CIP Level 3 Peer Review
    This certification is designed for level 3 coating inspectors (NACE Certified Coating Inspector – Level 3) who aim to be recognized as leaders in the Coatings Inspection field.

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    Cathodic Protection (CP)

    Cathodic Protection Certifications

    CP Tester

    A Cathodic Protection Tester candidate should have entry level knowledge of galvanic and impressed current cathodic protection systems.

    CP Technician

    The Cathodic Protection Technician certification indicates intermediate-level knowledge of corrosion theory and CP concepts, types of CP systems, and advanced field measurement techniques.

    CP Technician – Maritime

    The Cathodic Protection Technician – Maritime certification covers specific information pertaining to shipboard cathodic protection with theoretical knowledge and practical testing techniques to determine the effectiveness of galvanic and impressed current CP systems.

    CP Technologist

    The Cathodic Protection Technologist certification indicates knowledge of theoretical concepts and practical application of cathodic protection with a strong focus on interpretation of cathodic protection data, and cathodic protection troubleshooting.

    CP Specialist

    Cathodic Protection Specialist certification covers the theoretical concepts behind the design and considerations that influence the design and calculations (including attenuation).

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    General Corrosion

    Refining Corrosion Technologist

    The Refining Corrosion Technologist certification covers topics specific for the refining industry, both low temperature and high temperature.

    Corrosion Technician

    Covers the theory of corrosion and prevention in areas such as cathodic protection, coatings, material selection and design, internal corrosion and chemical treatment.

    Corrosion Technologist

    Encompasses an advanced comprehension of the theory of corrosion and corrosion prevention in areas such as cathodic protection, coatings, material selection and design, internal corrosion and chemical treatment.

    OCAT Technician

    Addresses the elements of in-service inspection and maintenance planning for fixed offshore structures.

    Senior Corrosion Technologist

    One of the highest distinctions awarded by NACE and covering all facets of corrosion, this certification combines technical training with technical experience to ensure the highest level of both academic and practical knowledge.

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    General Coatings

    Protective Coating Technician

    The Protective Coating Technician has at least 1-3 years of work experience and has successfully completed the PCS 1 – Basic Principles course and the Basic Corrosion course OR has successfully completed the Protective Coating Technician exam with training equivalent to PCS 1 – Basic Principles and Basic Corrosion.

    SCAT Technician

    Encompasses a knowledge of coatings, corrosion, and corrosion control for assessing the condition of tanks and other military ship structures, to help maintain full operational status.

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    Pipeline Industry

    Internal Corrosion Technologist

    A thorough understanding of electrochemical and corrosion principles as well as the field tests required to appropriately monitor an internal corrosion control program.

    PCIM Technician

    This Certification focuses on remediation technology and field techniques for carrying out integrity assessments in conjunction with implementing an integrity management program.

    PCIM Technologist

    The PCIM 2 Certification focuses on implementation and management of an integrity management program for a pipeline system. The emphasis is on integrity verification and maintenance optimization.

    Senior Internal Corrosion Technologist

    In addition to a thorough understanding of electrochemical and corrosion principles, this encompasses corrective action and mitigation techniques for internal corrosion problems and the implementation of internal corrosion integrity management systems.

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    Specialty

    Chemical Treatment Specialist

    Chemical Treatment Specialist covers areas including but not limited to Chemicals used to mitigate corrosion in hostile environments.

    Corrosion Specialist

    Geared toward very experienced corrosion control personnel, with broad and extensive expertise, in both the theory and practice of multiple areas of corrosion and control, and capable of performing work at a very advanced level.

    Internal Corrosion Specialist

    Those obtaining the Internal Corrosion Specialist certification should possess the skills and knowledge to successfully design, implement, evaluate and manage an internal corrosion integrity management program, regardless of industry.

    Material Selection/Design Specialist

    Material Selection/Design Specialist covers areas including but not limited to Material Selection and the Design of Materials used in Corrosion Mitigation Efforts.

    Protective Coating Specialist

    Protective Coating Specialist covers areas including but not limited to Create Paint Maintenance Program, Conduct Site Survey, Bidders List, and Understanding of appropriate safety, environment and health issues.

Our Markets

Marine
Production
Pipelines
Terminals
Petroleum Refining (HPI)
Chemical Processing (CPI)
Pharmaceutical & Biotech
Electric Power
Metals & Minerals
Industrial Manufacturing
Food & Beverage
Pulp, Paper & Wood
Alernative Fuels
Water & Waste Water
Bridge
Infrastructure
Other
7Professional Staff
140NACE Certified
18Time Zones
14Industry Sectors

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