MIC corrosion: a persistent industrial challenge
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MIC corrosion, or Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion, is a significant concern in various industries, particularly those involving metal and concrete structures in moist or aquatic environments. This type of corrosion occurs when microorganisms, such as bacteria and fungi, adhere to surfaces and initiate or accelerate the corrosion process. Understanding and combating MIC corrosion is crucial for maintaining the integrity and longevity of industrial assets, making it a primary focus for businesses like CP Phenolics.