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Den Helder, The Netherlands

August 2016Expertise of Endures B.V.

Corrosion and Antifouling research since 1964All expertise needed under one roof.CorrosionElectrochemistryMetallurgyFailure analysisAntifoulingCoating technologyMicrobiologyMaterial durability in seawater (composites, adhesive joints)

Natural seawater in laboratory test set upsIn-house laboratory of Royal Netherlands NavyOn demand & Custom build experiments

ENDURANCE by RESEARCH

Structures

Materials (metals, plastics, composites)Bonding (adhesives, welding, mechanical bonding)Influence of maritime environment on materials and structuresEnvironment

Atmospheric (C5M)Tidal zone (wet/dry cycle, radiation, temperature)Immersed zone (sea water, temperature, pressure)Protection/MitigationSolutionsProtective layersDurable materialsActive systems (ICAF, cathodic protection, ultrasound, UV)ChemicalsMonitoring

Degradation

Chemical degradation (corrosion, ageing)Biological degradation(aerobic/ anaerobic)

Sample preparation

Electrochemical analysis

Mechanical testing

Fracture analysis

Optical microscopy

Electron microscopy & EDX

Mist cabinet

Carbon steel

Stainless steel

Aluminum alloys

Copper alloys

Corrosion and Material Research

Technology: early detection of corrosion and coating degradationModel based life time prediction: coating selection and condition based maintenance

Performance measurements on protective coatings

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC)Combined expertise on:

Corrosion and Electrochemistry Failure AnalysisMetallurgyMicrobiology: detection & monitoring, prevention, mitigation

In situ analysis

Microbiology

Electrochemistry

Metallurgy

SEM/ EDX

AFM/ SKPFM

Stereo & 3D microscope

Fluorescence microscope

Ship tank model

MIC cultures

Sensors

Anaerobic glove box

Electrochemical techniques

Staining techniques

Monopile model in natural seawaterFacilities for MIC and Microscopy

Antifouling Friction drag reduction Raft exposure studies (benchmarking, registration)Erosion/ self-polishing behaviour of antifouling coatingsFriction drag tests of coatings with and without foulingFoul release tests on rotor test equipmentEfficacy testing of new antifouling techniques (e.g. ultrasound, UV) or coating products Consultancy on regulatory aspectsInspections on hull and coating conditionExperience in European projects

Measured in FDM: 23 % friction drag increaseTranslated to Cf : + 0.0021