The marine environment is one of the harshest settings in terms of causing the corrosion of metal structures and components. The webinar organised by the Victorian Branch of the Australasian Corrosion Association focuses on marine coatings and technology to minimise problems caused by the corrosion of marine structures. We heard from three leading industry experts, Peter Dove (GHD), Kyle Fortune (Denso) and David Anderson (UCC) on issues and recent advances in this important area. David Anderson’s presentation has been excluded from this recording for proprietary reasons.
Peter Dove (GHD) – Rust never sleeps… Sharing a few corrosion scenarios you may need to know about
Peter is the team leader for the Victorian Materials Technology Group and Technical Director –Materials Technology for GHD, with over 35 years of experience in all aspects of protective coatings and coating related issues. Peter is skilled in coating application audits and corrosion condition auditing of major assets with an extensive background in project and man management of protective coating projects. Peter is experienced in developing and implementing coating specifications for major organizations, and in coating failure analysis and rectification.
Kyle Fortune (Denso) – Denso SeaShield 2020SP – When the Long Term Matters
Kyle Fortune is the Technical Representative from Denso looking after the Victorian and New Zealand market and has been in the industry for 4 years. During his time with Denso, he has been involved in infrastructure projects across multiple sectors including the oil & gas (pipeline), marine, water and civil industry. Today he is here to present on Denso’s new sheet pile wall protection system, the SeaShield 2020SP system.
This webinar was supported by the ACA’s 2021 VIC Branch Annual Branch Partners