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Corrosion and cathodic protection, Ipswich

  • Lecture
  • Ipswich
  • 20 February 2019
  • 12:00 - 14:00
Corrosion and cathodic protection, Ipswich

About this event

As engineers, owners and operators of sustainable structures we have a responsibility to ensure the best use of our current natural resources, using less material and ensuring that the materials used now will last and be completely recycled and reused in the future. The published world production of crude steel in 2015 was approximately 2,714 million tons of steel @ 1.7 tons of CO2/ton, equivalent to 4,614 million tons of CO2.

Paul Segers will be discussing the issues surrounding corrosion and the benefits of using corrosion management systems such as Cathodic Protection as a mitigation method. Sustainability is a core attribute for an ICE Engineer and this event offers expert knowledge from a highly experienced professional.


John Paul Maria Segers

FICorr, CEng, MIMMM, MSc
BS EN 15257 Level 3 #L3CP/016/B/M/R/I
NACE Corrosion and Cathodic Protection Specialist #10079

Paul Segers

Paul is an independent corrosion and cathodic protection consultant and director of SegCorr Ltd and Advanced Corrosion Protection Materials Ltd.

A Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institute of Corrosion with 21 years of industrial corrosion control and cathodic protection experience, certificated to BS EN ISO 15257 Level 4 Senior CP Engineer for all application sectors, NACE Corrosion and Cathodic Protection Specialist and holds a Master’s degree in Corrosion Control Engineering.

He has worked in the UK, Africa, Middle East and Far East, providing specialist technical expertise into deterioration mechanisms, failure investigation, corrosion prevention, corrosion control and mitigation, infrastructure life extension design and whole life planning.

Event venue

Wherry Flint Room
Quay Place (St Mary at the Quay)
Key Street
Ipswich IP4 1BZ
United Kingdom

For more information please contact:

Chris Dodson

e: [email protected]