How connectors perform in harsh corrosive environments, and why reliability matters

White Paper: Corrosion
Corrosion can be tricky: our new white paper details the most common types of corrosion and the way connectors can be chosen for enhanced reliability.

White Paper - Corrosion

Authored by Jacques Miéville, Project Manager at Fischer Connectors, this new white paper presents the key factors that will help you select the best connectivity according to the level of corrosion in your applications to obtain the most reliable and durable solution.

The most common types of corrosions are pitting, intergranular and crevice corrosions as well stress corrosion cracking and hydrogen embrittlement. Materials and coating used in circular connectors to resist harsh and corrosive environments are detailed, along with the connectivity solutions recommended for marine, food, medical & pharmaceutical, and oil & gas applications.

  • White paper "How connectors perform in harsh corrosive environments, and why reliability matters" to download here.