Everything breaks down sooner or later. Everything, that is except composites. Research has proven again and again that composites are extremely durable and stand up to heat and corrosion, making them ideal for use in products that are exposed to extreme environments such as water, chemicals and outer space.
The greatest advantages of composite materials are strength and stiffness, combined with lightness. Composite fibers are far less likely to break up under stress, which is why it is common to find commercial aircraft components made from advanced composites. As a corrosion expert you can be part of this exciting, vital field.
Resins for Corrosion Applications
Section 1 – Polyester and Vinyl Ester Resin Systems – Review
Section 2 – Corrosion Resins
Section 3 – Introduction/Veils
Fabrication Drawings & Print Reading
Section 4 – General
Section 5 – Standards
Section 6 – Laminate Sequence / Description / Thickness
Section 7 – Views
Section 8 – Fitting & Nozzle Configuration
Section 9 – Detail and Sectional Views
Section 10 – Notes and Bill of Materials (10)
Section 11 – Title Block
Section 12 – Revisions
Section 13 – Dimensions
ASTM C582 Review
Section 14 – Introduction
Section 15 – Fabrication
Corrosion Specific Quality Assurance
Section 16 – Introduction
Section 17 – Corrosion Fabricator / Manufacturer Quality Control
For more information on ACMA's Certified Composites Technician (CCT) Program, contact the ACMA Certification Department.