Potter is offering free informational webinars on corrosion. With a proactive approach to combating corrosion through education, you will maintain operational awareness of your fire sprinkler system. If left unchecked, corrosion will progressively weaken the fire sprinkler system’s integrity, causing delayed responses and even system failure. Understanding how corrosion attacks a fire sprinkler system will enhance its protection and extend the service life of the system. 

Potter Corrosion Solutions Training

Corrosion comes in many forms such as Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC) and oxygen corrosion. A reduction of an essential element for corrosion, such as oxygen or water, further protects the fire sprinkler system and significantly extends the service life. Potter’s webinars on the testing, treatment, and monitoring of corrosion aspire to educate life safety professionals on its harmful effects and preventative steps to protect their fire sprinkler systems.

Josh Tihen, Corrosion Product Manager, Potter Electric Signal Company, LLC, said

“Education remains a key component in combating corrosion. Without a fundamental understanding of corrosion and how it affects a fire sprinkler system, your system integrity will suffer greatly. Our free webinars promote awareness for corrosion testing, reduction, and prevention techniques, ensuring the safety of our customers and their valuable property. Understanding and implementing our testing, treatment, and monitoring platform with corrosion may mean the difference between system success and system failure.”

Providing practical, cost-effective corrosion solutions reinforces Potter’s efforts to reduce and prevent corrosion in your fire sprinkler system. Our innovative Nitrogen Generators paired with complementing preventative products such as our Automatic Purge Valve and Automatic Air Release adapt to any fire sprinkler system due to a tailored installation. Potter’s reputation for quality and service has been the catalyst towards its focus for the design, development, and manufacture of the highest quality and most reliable life safety products available today.


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