Made of corten steel, weatherproof steel is often used in exposed steel structures because it can be more durable than ordinary carbon steel in outdoor conditions. This eliminates the need for continuous re-painting and re-painting of steel. Examples include building and bridge construction. The corrosion rate is slowed down enough by the anti-rust coating to make the corrosion amount considered unsafe. For other reasons, the structure has exceeded its design life.
Corten steel should not be used in some environments because corrosion resistance cannot withstand these conditions. Corten steel should not be used in environments with high chlorine content because the rust-proof layer can not withstand a large number of corrosive substances in environments rich in chlorine. This may lead to premature failure. Corten steel should not be used in applications that may cause electrochemical corrosion or corrosion due to extreme pH values.
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