Uniform corrosion

Metallic corrosion involves the loss of metal at a spot on an exposed surface – ranging from uniform attacks over the entire surface to severe local attacks.

Generally, metallic corrosion involves the loss of metal at a spot on an exposed surface. Corrosion occurs in various forms ranging from uniform attacks over the entire surface to severe local attacks.

Uniform or general corrosion is characterized by corrosive attacks proceeding evenly over the entire surface, or on a large part of the total area. General thinning continues until the metal is broken down. Uniform corrosion is the type of corrosion where the largest amount of metal is wasted.





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