What is Caustic Embrittlement ?Causes, Prevention

What is Caustic Embrittlement ? Caustic Embrittlement is a form of corrosion caused by a high concentration of sodium hydroxide (Na(OH)). It is characterized by the formation of irregular intergranular cracks on the metal. particularly at places of high local bends such as bends and joints causes caustic embrittlement. Caustic Stress Corrosion Cracking, also referred … Continue reading What is Caustic Embrittlement ?Causes, Prevention