Microbiological Induced Corrosion (MIC)

  • Author: Technical Toolboxes
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Study time: 1 hour
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Microbiological Induced Corrosion (MIC) is the process of metal deterioration caused by microbiological activity.

This training course is designed to provide pipeline engineers and operators with an understanding of MIC, including its definition, characteristics, testing methods, and prevention strategies.

The course also covers effective monitoring techniques, including MIC field-guide sampling procedures and processing, as well as RSTRENG direct examination reporting procedures.
  • Video time: 45 minutes
  • Exams: 1

Joe Pikas

Content SME-V.P. for Pipeline Integrity and Corrosion Engineering Services for Technical Toolboxes
Joe Pikas is a consultant for Technical Toolboxes with more than 50 years of experience in pipeline construction, operations, corrosion control design, and implementation, including pipeline engineering management.
He is an expert in pipeline integrity management, risk management, coating materials selection, cathodic protection design, and testing, and internal and external pipeline corrosion control.
In 2009, he was awarded the NACE Distinguished Service Award and received an industry award in 2002 from AGA, GTI, INGAA, NACE, OPS, and PRCI International.
Also, he has contributed over 50 papers to industry trade magazines, NACE, SSPC, and other publications and conferences.