High levels of salt contained in seawater and sea air is responsible for exacerbating severe corrosion – a relentless threat to the integrity of marine structures and vessels. Salt promotes the chemical deterioration of exposed surfaces and the growth of corrosive organisms. The worst is amidst alternating wet and dry conditions, usually at the water’s surface – the ‘ splash zone ’.

Regular, accurate inspection and maintenance are essential for ensuring the safety of an extensive list of structures compr
Source: NDT