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PEOPLE graduated from London University, was formerly with Atlas Preserving Co. Ltd., Erith. Beilby Memorial Award The administrators of the Sir L.D.A. Manager's U.S. Visit George Beilby Memorial Fund, repre­ D . W. PAYN, general manager and senting the Institute of Metals, the secretary to the Lead Development Royal Institute of Chemistry and the Association, has just returned from a Society of Chemical Industry, have two-week visit to the United States made an award from the Fund for 1957 and Canada. His engagements in­ of one hundred and fifty guineas, to: cluded attendance at the 30th Annual E. C. POTTER, B.SC., PH.D., D.I.C., Meeting and Conference of the Lead F.R.I.C., in recognition of his work on Industries Association at St. Louis, electrochemistry and the corrosion and conversations with the Lead of metals, with special reference to the Industries Association in New York internal corrosion of power station and with Consolidated Mining & boilers and the analysis of boiler Smelting Company of Canada Ltd. waters for solutes at great dilution. in Montreal. Present research work being con­ ducted by Dr. Potter includes study five years' service in Evode's Research Tretol's American Trip of the possibility that trace elements Department. Dr. Jackson graduated in steel vitally influence the lattice JOHN HURST, technical sales director from Nottingham University and was structure and protective properties of of Tretol Ltd., has just flown to the in the Research Department of Boots the magnetic oxide layer formed over Pure Drug Company Ltd., previous U.S.A. and Canada for another of his steel surfaces in high-temperature to joining Evode. overseas visits to investigate building water. There is, therefore, a prospect materials and protective coatings. V. VOHRALIK, B.SC., has been pro­ of solving the boiler-tube corrosion moted to chief chemist (Industrial These regular surveys are part of the problem by control of steel composi­ general policy of the Company in Adhesives Division) after three years' tion rather than by adjustment of assessing new construction and main­ service in Evode's Research Depart­ water conditions, which has been the ment. Mr. Vohralik, who came to tenance developments under actual sole approach hitherto. England from Czechoslovakia in 1948, working conditions in different parts was previously with S.A.T.R.A. in of the world. Dr. Potter is the author of Electro­ charge of the Adhesives Section. Mr. Hurst plans to spend six weeks chemistry: Principles and Applications, and is honorary recorder of the on this visit of inspection which H. E. AKERMAN, B.SC., has been Corrosion Group of the Society of includes a comprehensive survey of appointed senior chemist in Evode's Chemical Industry. Paints Division. Mr. Akerman, who many large building projects. New N.A.C.E. Secretary Materials Data Service T . J. HULL assumed his new duties The company state that the user of A company has been formed in as executive secretary of the American the service will be able to select in Farnborough, Hants, to be known as National Association of Corrosion Materials Data Ltd., which will offer terms of desirable physical properties} Engineers, April 1. R. W. HUFF, JR., a service consisting of the collation of combined with price, the most suit­ became assistant executive secretary. data on all materials, and the compari­ able material for his purpose, and then Mr. Hull had been assistant executive son of these on the basis of their rapidly obtain the fullest particulars secretary for the year preceding. design characteristics. relating to it. A. B. CAMPBELL, formerly executive secretary, retired March 31. Promotions at Evode Continued expansion at Evode Ltd., Stafford, has resulted in the following recent promotions: E . A. DULIGAL, B.SC., A.R.I.C., A.R.T.C.S., who joined Evode in 1955 as technical manager, has now been appointed divisional manager. Mr. Duligal was formerly technical director of G. A. Willis (Middlesbrough) Ltd. Previously he was senior research chemist with the North British Chemi­ cal Co. Ltd. (Paints Division) Man­ chester, having graduated with first- class honours from London University. DR . B. JACKSON, B.SC., PH.D., A.R.I.C., has been promoted to chief chemist (Building Chemicals Division) after June 1958 CORROSION TECHNOLOGY 201 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials Emerald Publishing

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Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials , Volume 5 (6): 1 – Jun 1, 1958

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graduated from London University, was formerly with Atlas Preserving Co. Ltd., Erith. Beilby Memorial Award The administrators of the Sir L.D.A. Manager's U.S. Visit George Beilby Memorial Fund, repre­ D . W. PAYN, general manager and senting the Institute of Metals, the secretary to the Lead Development Royal Institute of Chemistry and the Association, has just returned from a Society of Chemical Industry, have two-week visit to the United States made an award from the Fund for 1957 and Canada. His engagements in­ of one hundred and fifty guineas, to: cluded attendance at the 30th Annual E. C. POTTER, B.SC., PH.D., D.I.C., Meeting and Conference of the Lead F.R.I.C., in recognition of his work on Industries Association at St. Louis, electrochemistry and the corrosion and conversations with the Lead of metals, with special reference to the Industries Association in New York internal corrosion of power station and with Consolidated Mining & boilers and the analysis of boiler Smelting Company of Canada Ltd. waters for solutes at great dilution. in Montreal. Present research work being con­ ducted by Dr. Potter includes study five years' service in Evode's Research Tretol's American Trip of the possibility that trace elements Department. Dr. Jackson graduated in steel vitally influence the lattice JOHN HURST, technical sales director from Nottingham University and was structure and protective properties of of Tretol Ltd., has just flown to the in the Research Department of Boots the magnetic oxide layer formed over Pure Drug Company Ltd., previous U.S.A. and Canada for another of his steel surfaces in high-temperature to joining Evode. overseas visits to investigate building water. There is, therefore, a prospect materials and protective coatings. V. VOHRALIK, B.SC., has been pro­ of solving the boiler-tube corrosion moted to chief chemist (Industrial These regular surveys are part of the problem by control of steel composi­ general policy of the Company in Adhesives Division) after three years' tion rather than by adjustment of assessing new construction and main­ service in Evode's Research Depart­ water conditions, which has been the ment. Mr. Vohralik, who came to tenance developments under actual sole approach hitherto. England from Czechoslovakia in 1948, working conditions in different parts was previously with S.A.T.R.A. in of the world. Dr. Potter is the author of Electro­ charge of the Adhesives Section. Mr. Hurst plans to spend six weeks chemistry: Principles and Applications, and is honorary recorder of the on this visit of inspection which H. E. AKERMAN, B.SC., has been Corrosion Group of the Society of includes a comprehensive survey of appointed senior chemist in Evode's Chemical Industry. Paints Division. Mr. Akerman, who many large building projects. New N.A.C.E. Secretary Materials Data Service T . J. HULL assumed his new duties The company state that the user of A company has been formed in as executive secretary of the American the service will be able to select in Farnborough, Hants, to be known as National Association of Corrosion Materials Data Ltd., which will offer terms of desirable physical properties} Engineers, April 1. R. W. HUFF, JR., a service consisting of the collation of combined with price, the most suit­ became assistant executive secretary. data on all materials, and the compari­ able material for his purpose, and then Mr. Hull had been assistant executive son of these on the basis of their rapidly obtain the fullest particulars secretary for the year preceding. design characteristics. relating to it. A. B. CAMPBELL, formerly executive secretary, retired March 31. Promotions at Evode Continued expansion at Evode Ltd., Stafford, has resulted in the following recent promotions: E . A. DULIGAL, B.SC., A.R.I.C., A.R.T.C.S., who joined Evode in 1955 as technical manager, has now been appointed divisional manager. Mr. Duligal was formerly technical director of G. A. Willis (Middlesbrough) Ltd. Previously he was senior research chemist with the North British Chemi­ cal Co. Ltd. (Paints Division) Man­ chester, having graduated with first- class honours from London University. DR . B. JACKSON, B.SC., PH.D., A.R.I.C., has been promoted to chief chemist (Building Chemicals Division) after June 1958 CORROSION TECHNOLOGY 201

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Published: Jun 1, 1958

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