Farwest Corrosion Control releases e-book

April 17, 2024 By    
The e-book is available to download for free. (Cover: Farwest Corrosion Control)

The e-book is available to download for free. (Cover: Farwest Corrosion Control)

Farwest Corrosion Control Co., a provider of cathodic protection and corrosion control products, has released an e-book. The publication, “Beneath the Surface,” offers tips and insights to help readers with corrosion control and cathodic protection issues. It is the company’s first e-book.

“The launch of ‘Beneath the Surface’ marks a significant milestone in our mission to lead the industry, not just through our products and services, but through empowering our clients and the corrosion control community with knowledge and tools to combat corrosion,” says Troy Rankin, president of Farwest. “This e-book is a testament to our commitment to excellence and our passion for quality, offering an invaluable resource for anyone looking to enhance their corrosion control expertise.”

According to the company, the e-book includes the following highlights:

  • Practical strategies and solutions for everyday challenges like pipeline integrity, storage tank preservation and structural reinforcement, ensuring long-term asset protection.
  • Innovative approaches and techniques in corrosion control and cathodic protection.
  • Expert insights from the company’s six decades of industry leadership.

“Beneath the Surface” is a complimentary resource available for download on Farwest’s website here.

For more than six decades, Farwest has offered comprehensive corrosion control and cathodic protection solutions to complex challenges across the gas and oil, water and wastewater, power, marine and construction industries that maintain underground and underwater infrastructures, storage systems or other submerged metallic structures. The company is headquartered in Downey, California. This year, the company celebrates 68 years of industry service.

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Danielle Pesta is the senior digital media manager for North Coast Media, the parent company of LP Gas. She can be reached at dpesta@northcoastmedia.net.

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