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NACE 68th Annual Corrosion 2013 Conference and Expo

April 3, 2013

The NACE 68th Annual Corrosion 2013 Conference and Expo took place last month March 17-21 in the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. NACE publishes standard practice, test method, and material requirements for the corrosion industry. To date, there are to more than 29,000 corrosion professionals. Borin Manufacturing joined over six thousand executives and [...] Continue Reading…

Dart Test Points Data Center

Comanche Data Center

March 18, 2013

The Comanche Remote Monitoring System and its integrated Data Center automatically monitors and controls digital and analog functions and processes associated with the oil and gas industries, which include but are not limited to Cathodic protection systems. The Comanche Data Center interface allows you to manage your whole system from one single screen, and is intuitive and easy to navigate at any [...] Continue Reading…

Stelth Hydro-Carbon Proof Reference Electrode

BRAND NEW: Stelth® HCP™ Hydrocarbon Proof™ reference electrode

March 15, 2013

Our BRAND NEW Stelth® HCP™ Hydrocarbon Proof™ reference electrode has just completed extensive field testing and will be available this fall. If you have facilities contaminated by gasoline, crude oil, brake fluid, transmission fluid, et cetera and are unable to get a reference cell reading, the Stelth® HCP™ stationary or portable reference electrode will solve your problem.  The Stelth® HCP™ will be [...] Continue Reading…

Pipeline problems

Pipeline Risk Assessment

March 11, 2013

Pipeline violations occur more often than we would like. Some blame vague wording when it comes to reporting threats. Some states have passed bills that increase fines in order to reduce careless behavior by pipeline companies. According to a North Dakota NBC affiliate,  the state passed legislation that increased fines from “ten thousand dollars to 200-thousand [...] Continue Reading…

Replacing pipes

Allentown, PA to Replace Over 60 Miles of Depression-Era Pipes

March 1, 2013

Cathodic protection requirements before 1970 were different than the requirements for pipelines built after 1971. As a result, many of the pipelines are crippling communities. How? Tax payers often end up paying for waterline breaks repairs in addition to what companies have to pay to fix/replace pipes. In Allentown, PA they are dealing with the [...] Continue Reading…

Failed LMRP Connector

Drilling of the Gulf of Mexico Halts

February 7, 2013

Ever since the GOM British Petroleum (BP) oil spill in 2010, companies are taking the necessary precautions in order to avoid a similar disaster. This morning Bloomberg news is reported that the U.S. has halted drilling on some oil and gas wells with “flawed bolts” on the Gulf of Mexico (GOM). A flaw was discovered after [...] Continue Reading…

Water Pipe

The Importance of Cathodic Protection

January 25, 2013

Why is cathodic protection so important? You can ask any oil and gas company that question, and they will say that cathodic protection is imperative to protecting their assets. Cathodic protection is the key to protecting and extending the life of metal equipment such as pipelines. It reduces or eliminates corrosion of assets. Many of [...] Continue Reading…

Stelth 7 – Rocket – IR Free Probe

Stelth 7 – Rocket – IR Free Probe

January 18, 2013

Borin Manufacturing products are used around the world and we are the largest manufacturer of reference electrodes. You can find our products being used in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, North and South America. The Stelth7 probe is connected to your structure through a test station. Two wires are connected to the structure and are [...] Continue Reading…

Yellowstone pipe rupture

Pipeline Spills

January 8, 2013

This image (AP Photo/Matthew Brown) from  July 2, 2011  depicts a ruptured ExxonMobil pipeline on the Yellowstone River and along its banks near Laurel, Mont. The rupture affected 70 miles of riverbank along Yellowstone, which killed fish and wildlife. Department of Transportation investigators argue that delayed response worsened the spill. As a result, the cleanup at [...] Continue Reading…

Borin NACE Booth 2009 in Atlanta

NACE Corrosion 2013 Conference and Expo

January 4, 2013

NACE International, The Corrosion Society, will be hosting their conference in Orlando, FL this March 17-21, 2013. NACE International is the leader in the corrosion control community, and is recognized worldwide as the premier authority for corrosion solutions. Companies from the following industries will also be in attendance: Cathodic Protection Chemical Inhibitors Coatings Department of [...] Continue Reading…

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