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Changes Required for Protection of Today's Process Control Equipment

Time Published March 25, 2016 by Jason Roth
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Corrosion-induced failures remain frequent in electronics products used in industrial environments. The International Society for Automation (ISA) Standard 71.04-1985 provides a classification system using corrosion (or reactivity) monitoring to determine the corrosive potential of an environment towards electronic equipment.


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