Prevent & Control Corrosion with resources from NACE!
In its IMPACT study (International Measures of Prevention, Application and Economics of Corrosion Technologies), NACE International estimated the global
cost of corrosion to be $2.5 trillion. Costs to the amusement parks industry, and specifically the impact of corrosion on ride failure, however, is immeasurable. What costs would you assign to…
• Loss of equipment use
• Loss of public confidence & company reputation
• Loss of human life
While the amusement parks industry has grown over recent years—largely driven by an increase in international and domestic visitor numbers and rising consumer spending—so too have concerns over safety. Rising concerns have led to stringent new safety standards with government regulators, parks, and ride manufacturers
alike looking to reduce the high cost of corrosion by:
• controlling and remediating corrosion on ride equipment
• making corrosion inspection a critical, fundamental part of park maintenance operations.