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CORRATER®

Corrosion rate measurements in water systems can be made utilizing CORRATER Linear Polarization Resistance (LPR). A direct electrochemical measurement of corrosion rate is possible with just a single measurement by this electrochemical
method. These measurements must be accurate in order to cost effectively apply chemical treatment to water systems.
Cosasco has developed an advanced line of reliable and cost effective corrosion monitoring instruments and probes for use in most water systems. By combining LPR with our patented Solution Resistance Compensation (SRC) technology, Cosasco probes and instruments can quickly and accurately measure corrosion rate and imbalance (localized corrosion tendency).
 
 
CORRATER LPR systems are available with Cosasco data-logging, remote monitoring, and on-line systems, enabling flexible
system design and reliable data collection and transfer.
Transmitters
Transmitters
Corrater® on-line instruments are essential in plants where continuous supervision of corrosion is required to maintain system control, prevention of corrosion upsets, regulation of corrosion inhibition, and the protection of valuable assets.
Data-Loggers
Data-Loggers
Corrater Dataloggers collect continuous corrosion history in water applications with less stable conditions and identify the magnitude and timing of all corrosion upsets. Their many features make them the preferred choice for many situations.
Portable/Handhelds
Portable/Handhelds
RCS compact portables offer economy, flexibility, and portability that make them an essential pocket instrument for every water treatment engineer. Corrosion data is captured in moments, from Corrater probes installed continuously in each system. The economical Model 9000 Plus is ideal for normal ... [more]
Probes
Probes
All Corrater probes have the economy of replaceable electrodes that double as corrosion coupons, providing a significant advantage over other electrochemical and electrochemical noise probe designs with fixed electrodes. The average corrosion rate of the electrode, determined as coupon, is ... [more]
 

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