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CORROSION PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT IN ADELAIDE

15-10-2018
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The Adelaide Convention Centre is set to host some of the world’s leading researchers and practitioners in the field of corrosion prevention and management. Corrosion & Prevention 2018 will run from 11th to 14th November, combing a high-quality technical programme with a 60-plus exhibitor trade exhibition showcasing the latest products and services.

There will also be a demonstration zone for exhibitors to showcase their products and give those interested the chance to ask questions and be hands on over the lunch break period.

Corrosion & Prevention 2018 also features an Applicator Trade Day on Tuesday 13th November, including a BlastOne site visit demonstrating mist and vapour blasting equipment, traditional blasting equipment, spray equipment, dust collector and vacuload and interceptor training.

Partners visiting Adelaide can take part in a partner programme including a Barossa Valley food and wine experience and a private Central Market tour.

Corrosion & Prevention 2018
conference.corrosion.com.au

 

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