A breakthrough in corrosion resistance

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Corrosion is a real problem. According to research by Curtin University of Technology it may be costing the Australian economy more than $30 billion each year.

Within industrial environments, exposure to things like water, acid or salt causes corrosion of geared motors. This, in turn, reduces the strength of the corroded parts and inevitably means they have to be replaced.