Carbon capture and storage is undoubtedly a very hot and controversial topic.  With concerns around its commercial viability and the reductions in the efficiency of power plants trying to capture CO2, due to the amount of energy required to facilitate the process, it is uncertain at what rate this technology will be engrained in our everyday lives.

But, with the obvious benefits, it’s no surprise work and developments continue to happen behind the scenes, with planning for low carbon zones and pilot test schemes on the rise. With the desorption tanks primarily made out of steel, combined with the use of mono ethanolamine, which is a highly corrosive material being exposed to extremely aggressive environments and high temperatures of around 130°C, the need for corrosion protection with high temperature epoxy material is essential and something we at Corroserve specialise in.

Carbon Capture