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Metal corrosion in NZ Buildings - Fact sheet 1 (FS1) - Corrosion in coastal buildings

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Metal corrosion in NZ Buildings - Fact sheet 1 (FS1)
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01/04/2020

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BRANZ Limited
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Fact sheet
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Sea salt in coastal atmospheres can significantly increase the rate of corrosion of metals used in construction.

Having a basic understanding of how this happens and how it can be reduced or managed can lead to buildings with greater performance and a longer service life.

 

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Metal corrosion in NZ Buildings - Fact sheet 1 (FS1) - Corrosion in coastal buildings

Description

Sea salt in coastal atmospheres can significantly increase the rate of corrosion of metals used in construction.

Having a basic understanding of how this happens and how it can be reduced or managed can lead to buildings with greater performance and a longer service life.

 

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Metal corrosion in NZ Buildings - Fact sheet 1 (FS1) - Corrosion in coastal buildings
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Sea salt in coastal atmospheres can significantly increase the rate of corrosion of metals used in construction.

Having a basic understanding of how this happens and how it can be reduced or managed can lead to buildings with greater performance and a longer service life.

 

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Metal corrosion in NZ Buildings - Fact sheet 1 (FS1) - Corrosion in coastal buildings

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