Corrosion inhibitor is a chemical compound, which is added to a liquid or gas and reduces the corrosion rate of a material, especially metal or alloy.
Corrosion inhibitor is a chemical compound that, when added in small concentration, stops or slows down corrosion (rust) of metals, alloys, pipes and pipelines. There are two kinds of corrosion inhibitor: .
The applications of anti-corrosion materials and their classification are as follows:
Oil Soluble Corrosion Inhibitors
Water Soluble Corrosion Inhibitors
Three Phase Corrosion Inhibitors
Multifunctional Corrosion Inhibitors
Down hole Corrosion Inhibitors
Overhead Corrosion Inhibitors