To mitigate corrosion, ICC conducts site surveys to identify, document and evaluate the level of cathodic protection on metallic structures in soil, water, concrete and other corrosive-electrolytes. Our engineers are NACE certified and qualified to undertake the many different types of surveys necessary to accurately assess the level of corrosion protection achieved due to the application of cathodic protection. ICC is familiar with industry regulations and how cathodic protection systems interact with structures in many different industries and settings as governed by American Petroleum Institute, American Water Works Association, and the Department of Transportation.

ICC utilizes their experience and industry knowledge to provide technical assessments including close interval surveys, failure analysis, stray current interference surveys, track-to-earth resistance surveys, routine corrosion monitoring surveys, commissioning & certification surveys, corrosivity surveys, and CP System troubleshooting.

AC & DC Interference Modeling & Mitigation

External Corrosion Direct Assessment (ECDA)

Rectifier monitoring & troubleshooting

Troubleshooting and Failure analysis