Discover how to improve protection against corrosion, to reduce maintenance costs, and improve profitability
Steel is an important material in the PV industry, especially in ground mounted utility scale plants. Its selection is driving strength & robustness while its protective coating is driving durability & maintenance costs.
Join our pv magazine webinar, to discuss the issue of corrosion, assess the severity of this problem, and how it can impact costs, and investment. Moderated by Jonathan Gifford, managing editor, pv magazine, we will then discuss possible solutions with Jérôme Guth, Solar Segment Leader, from ArcelorMittal who have developed a galvanized steel for corrosion protection, Magnelis®, as one available option. This will be illustrated through concrete figures of performance tests and results, and case study examples of real projects throughout the World.
Jérôme Guth will be joined by Eric Lauer, Strategic Development Manager, from Forming AG, who will discuss the needs for solar structures, and the standards driving selections of steels for construction and metallic fabricated structures. As we deep dive into the issues, and the ArcelorMittal solution for effective corrosion protection mechanisms, Eric Lauer will detail Forming AG’s experience of using Magnelis®, a new generation of metallic coated steel.
Join this webinar, and discover through the presentation of Magnelis®, a new generation of metallic coated steel, how to improve the protection against corrosion, to reduce costs and improve profitability.
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