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The Institute of Corrosion

The Institute of Corrosion is a Learned Society and registered Charity serving the needs of individuals, academia and industry.

The Institute of Corrosion is a Learned Society and Registered Charity that has been serving the corrosion science, technology and engineering management and economic needs of individuals, academia and industry since 1959 in the fight against corrosion.

Key to this fight are the establishment and promotion of sound corrosion management practice, the advancement of cost effective corrosion control measures, and a sustained effort generally to raise corrosion awareness at all stages of design, fabrication and operation.

The European Federation of Corrosion

The European Federation of Corrosion is a voluntary association of non-profit-making scientific and technical societies and association.

The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining is a member of the EFC, which is a federation of over 30 societies with an interest in corrosion.

The purpose of the Federation is to contribute to the general advancement of the science of corrosion and of the protection of materials by promoting cooperation in Europe between scientific and technical societies and associations devoted to these areas of activity and by collaborating with similar associations throughout the world.

NACE International

The NACE International mission is to protect people, assets, and the environment from the effect of corrosion. Its members work in corporations, educational institutions, research facilities, and the federal government.

NACE International is involved in every industry and area of corrosion prevention and control, from chemical processing and water systems to transportation and infrastructure protection. It serves its members by setting standards for the corrosion industry, disseminating the latest technology worldwide through peer-reviewed journals and technical papers and hosting international conferences, exhibits and topical meetings in the corrosion industry.

The Institute of Metal Finishing

The Institute of Metal Finishing provides a focus for Surface Engineering within the UK through the fulfillment of the technical, educational and professional needs at all levels for both the individual and companies involved in the industry.

Its objectives are:

  • To provide members with updated information on all aspects of surface engineering.
  • To provide a regular U.K. and International publication for research and development.
  • To promote the application of research and development within industry.
  • To promote and provide for the attainment of vocational, academic and professional qualifications appropriate to the needs of industry.
  • To influence Governmental decision making, as this relates to industry standards and regulations.
  • To ensure that member services and support meets that expected from a professional institute.