An interesting electrochemical process for derusting corroded equipment and plant has been operated with increasing success since the war by the London firm of Derustit Great Britain Limited. The process removes rust and other surface deposits and completely cleans the machinery or parts treated but does not render the surface corrosionresistant. Essentially, therefore, it is a metal cleaning and pretreatment process. It can be and has been applied to rusted machinery ranging from ballbearings to large locomotive parts, and many large firms and all the Service departments have made use of this means of metal laundering.
Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials – Emerald Publishing
Published: Apr 1, 1954
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