May 29th, 2020

Two plastic containers filled with water and a carbon steel nail.The water in the right container has a trace chemical addition while the left container has just plain well water.After 27 months, the nail on left is now VERY corroded while the nail on the right remains unaffected…why?If you think that you know the answer, send me a note at https://cpsolutionsinc.net/contact/

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May 21st, 2020

To those who have not seen it, it is sobering news that comes at a time when capital for infrastructure improvements may no longer be readily available.But it serves as another good reason to consider cathodic protection to maintain what you bury in the ground!To view the full article click on the image below

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December 27th, 2019

Most of the competitively bid contracts for the $50 million C.C. Cragin pipeline cost within 3 percent of the original bid price — but unexpected stretches of hard rock led to some big change orders and overruns.The newly created Payson Subcommittee for Review of Past Capital Improvement Projects Dec. 19 went looking for a boondoggle, but mostly got an education in the complexity of building and bidding such a complicated project.“This is not about whether C.C. Cragin was a good…

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March 9th, 2015

I’ve often referenced the assertion that “Cathodic Protection saves from $5 to $10 for every $1 spent.” Seeing this recent article from Calgary merits this as a “gentle reminder” to my clients.To view the full article, click on the image below

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