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Corrolytics Selected To Participate in Global Accelerator

Corrolytics Selected To Participate in Global Accelerator

Houston, TX - Corrolytics has joined Class 4 of the Rice Alliance Clean Energy Accelerator—Houston’s preeminent clean energy startup accelerator. The accelerator invites promising, transformative global energy tech startups to participate in an annual program that...

Corrolytics revolutionizes corrosion testing with new technology

Corrolytics revolutionizes corrosion testing with new technology

Corrosion in oil and gas pipelines compromises their safety, resulting in catastrophic spills and billion-dollar damage. Being able to accurately measure corrosion and differentiate whether it is microbiologically induced or due to other factors is essential to knowing how to properly treat it.

MIC Testing: Understanding Microbial-Induced Corrosion

MIC Testing: Understanding Microbial-Induced Corrosion

Microbial-induced corrosion (MIC) is a type of corrosion that occurs as a result of the activity of microorganisms. MIC can cause significant damage to metal structures, including pipelines, storage tanks, and ships. MIC testing is essential for understanding and...

The History of MIC Testing

The History of MIC Testing

Microbial corrosion, also known as microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC), is a type of corrosion that occurs when microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, and algae grow on metal surfaces and produce byproducts that cause corrosion. Testing for microbial...

Microbial Corrosion: Is Your Industry At Risk?

Microbial Corrosion: Is Your Industry At Risk?

Microbial corrosion (MIC) is a type of corrosion that is caused by the presence and activities of microorganisms. While there’s a wide variety of different types of corrosion that exists, MIC is particularly threatening to certain industries because it is so difficult...

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