PD 6484:1979 - Commentary on corrosion at bimetallic contacts and its alleviation

PD 6484:1979

Commentary on corrosion at bimetallic contacts and its alleviation

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : March 1979



Guidance on the avoidance of situations in which corrosion may arise from bimetallic contacts between different metals and alloys. Discusses the environmental conditions which may lead to such corrosion and gives advice on its alleviation. Annotated tables give the likely behaviour of various couples in five different environments.

Standard NumberPD 6484:1979
TitleCommentary on corrosion at bimetallic contacts and its alleviation
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date30 March 1979
Confirm Date01 June 2016
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
DescriptorsCadmium, Corrosion, Phosphor bronzes, Cast-iron, Zinc, Silver-containing alloys, Metals, Molybdenum-containing alloys, Brass, Bronzes, Copper-containing alloys, Aluminium bronzes, Low-alloy steels, Copper, Surface properties, Tin bronzes, Aluminium alloys, Lead, Chromium-containing alloys, Electrochemistry, Solders, Electrochemical corrosion, Corrosion protection, Silicon-containing alloys, Magnesium alloys, Nickel, Aluminium, Tin, Stainless steels, Chromium, Electrolytes, Nickel alloys, Electric contacts, Corrosion environments, Unalloyed steels, Copper alloys, Zinc alloys, Magnesium
Title in FrenchCommentaire sur la corrosion aux contacts bimétalliques et sa réduction
Title in GermanKommentar zur Korrosion an bimetallischen Kontakten und deren Verminderung
ISBN0 580 10509 1
File Size500 KB

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