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Date Title Document
24/Jun/2016 Impressed Current Anodes for the Cathodic Protection of Atmospherically Exposed Reinforced Concrete Technical Note 11(1).pdf
24/Jun/2016 Continuity and Shorts in Electrochemical Treatments Technical Note 25- Continuity and Shorts.pdf
18/Apr/2016 Corrosion Testing of Concrete Structures Technical Note 27.pdf
18/Apr/2016 A is for Anode Technical Note 28.pdf
09/Feb/2015 Cathodic Protection for New Structures Technical Note 23.pdf
06/Feb/2015 Cathodic Protection for Buried & Immersed Structures Technical Note 22.pdf
26/Mar/2013 Cathodic Protection of Prestressed Concrete Technical Note 21.pdf
21/Feb/2013 The principles and practice of galvanic cathodic protection for reinforced concre Technical Note 6.pdf
01/Oct/2011 Stray Current Technical Note 10.pdf
28/Jun/2011 An Introduction to Electrochemical Rehabilitation Techniques Technical Note 2.pdf
28/Feb/2011 Cathodic Protection for Masonry Buildings Incorporating Structural Steel Frames Technical Note 20.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Reinforced Concrete: History, Properties and Durability Technical Note 1.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Monitoring and maintenance of cathodic protection systems Technical Note 4.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Corrosion mechanisms - an introduction to aqueous corrosion Technical Note 5.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Cathodic protection of early steel framed buildings Technical Note 7.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Cathodic protection of steel in concrete - frequently asked questions Technical Note 8.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Electrochemical Realkalisation of Steel Reinforced Concrete - A State of the Art Technical Note 9.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Cathodic protection of steel in concrete - the international perspective Technical Note 3.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Impressed Current Anodes for the Cathodic Protection of Atmospherically Exposed Technical Note 11.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Budget Cost and Anode Performance Information For Impressed Current Cath Technical Note 12.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Corrosion Monitoring Technical Note 14.pdf
21/Feb/2011 CP Training and Certification Technical Note 15.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Corrosion Inhibitors Technical Note 16.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Monitoring CP Systems Technical Note 17.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Coating Concrete Technical Note 18.pdf
21/Feb/2011 Acceptable Electrical Resistivities of Concrete Repairs for Cathodic Protection Systems Technical Note 19.pdf
12/Oct/2010 Surface Preparation of Concrete Repair prior to installation of anode materials Technical Note 13.pdf

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