Corrosion Prevention, Cathodic Protection for Concrete and Masonry Encased Steel, UK
The Corrosion Prevention Association represents consultants, contractors and manufacturers working in the field of corrosion prevention for reinforced concrete and masonry encased steel.
The CPA acts as the leading authority and source of information on the subject of cathodic protection, and other electrochemical treatments including realkalisation, desalination, chloride extraction, corrosion inhibitors and the use of galvanic and impressed current anodes in cathodic protection systems. The CPA aims to ensure a greater understanding of the preservation of reinforced concrete structures and masonry clad steel framed buildings.
CPA TRAINING COURSES
The CPA will run the following courses: Level 1 CP of Reinforced Concrete Course on: 11, 17, 18, 23,24 September 2013 & Level 2 CP of reinforced concrete course on: 7, 8, 14, 15, 23 October 2013 The courses will be held at Mott MacDonald Offices, Altrincham, Spring Bank House, 33 Stamford Street, Altrincham WA14 1ES. There will be a maximum of 12 attendees at each course. Start time approximately is 9:30. If you wish to register ring CPA on 01420 471610
The University of Aston now offers distance learning training for Level 1 certification for cathodic protection personnel in reinforced concrete. For more information click here
TR73 CATHODIC PROTECTION OF STEEL IN CONCRETE
The purpose of this Concrete Society Report is to provide up-to-date and technically well-founded information on cathodic protection to assist civil and structural engineers and others responsible for structures and buildings, to assess whether cathodic protection is an appropriate remedy for reinforcement corrosion problems. - Click this link for more details
CATHODIC PROTECTION FOR MASONRY BUILDINGS (Incorporating Structural Steel Frames)
This joint NACE-CPA document is available to download from the CPA website. Click here