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Final Conference Program Available Now

The Australasian Corrosion Association Inc. is delighted to release Corrosion & Prevention’s final program and registration brochure for 2014. Corrosion & Prevention 2014 will comprise of a detailed program of presentations under a range of industry ‘streams’, technical forums with the opportunity to openly discuss the latest industry advances and issues. Not only will the program include a diverse range of research papers, this year it will also include 15 case studies and 45 practical industry updates, as well as  8 plenary lectures and 5 technical forums.

The ACA expects 400 delegates from a diverse range of industries to attend either the full 3 day conference, the Introduction to Corrosion Seminar or visit the sold out exhibition with a complimentary Exhibition Pass.

 

Introductory Corrosion Seminar 

As part of Corrosion & Prevention 2014, a one day Introductory Corrosion Seminar will be held as follows;
 
Monday 22 September
10:00 am - 7:30 pm

The seminar is designed to provide an introduction to the basic concepts of protective coatings as well as the basic corrosion theory, principles and monitoring methods used in cathodic protection.  

For futher information and registration information, click on the flyer.

 

What is Corrosion & Prevention?

Corrosion & Prevention 2014 will be a three day gathering of leading experts with premium networking opportunities and a source for the latest information concerning corrosion and its mitigation. Hosted by the Tasmania Branch of the ACA, Corrosion & Prevention 2014 will comprise of a detailed program of presentations under a range of industry ‘streams’, technical forums with the opportunity to openly discuss the latest industry advances and issues, social functions as well as an exhibition showcasing the latest products and services.

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