Corrosion

The corrosion is defined according to DIN 50900 as a "reaction of a metallic material with its environment, which causes a measurable change in the material and can lead to an impairment of the function of a metal component or an entire system." This represents a considerable economic task with an economic and safety-related relevance for the metalworking industry. With today's wide range of engineering materials, material combinations and systems, a material-technical assessment is almost essential. Here, in particular the appropriate corrosion protection, the specific choice of materials and an informed damage analysis for the elucidation and prevention of further damages plays an important role. The GWP experts will gladly assist you with development accompaniments and damage analyses for your products. Thanks to our years of experience in the characterization of corrosion phenomena and execution of complex damage analyses you have with us a competent partner at your side.

engineer standards: DIN 50900, DIN 50930, ISO 8044, DIN 50905, DIN EN ISO 7539, DIN EN ISO 7441, DIN 50902, DIN 50914, DIN 50919, DIN 50921, DIN 50920, DIN 50922, DIN50959, DIN EN ISO 6509, DIN EN ISO 7384, DIN EN ISO 8565, DIN EN ISO 10062, ISO 8407, SEP 1877, DIN 50928, DIN 50929, DIN 50930, DIN 55928, VG 81249, DIN 30675, DIN 30676, DIN 50925, DIN 50926, DIN 50914, VDI 3822, DIN EN ISO 3651, DIN 17455, DIN 50947, DIN 50021, DIN 50914, DIN 50918, DIN 50958, DIN 50980, DIN 50018, DIN EN ISO 10289, DIN EN 15205, DIN EN ISO 11846, DIN EN ISO 8407, ISO 9227, IEC 60068-2-11, IEC 60068-2-52,IEC 60068-2-60, MIL 810