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Fossil fuel power plants normally uses deaerators to remove oxygen mainly and nitrogen from condensates and feed water. Deaertor and closed feed water heaters are subject to various forms of corrosion such as general corrosion, stress-corrosion cracking, erosion corrosion and pitting. Similarly, the control of sulpha dioxide emissions is another major concern in coal-fired power plants. Flue gas desulpharisation systems are the most commonly used to scrub the sulpha dioxide off.

Anti Corrosion Technology (ACT) has a good track record in materials selection and internal lining using organic coating and nonmetallic inorganic treatment to mitigate corrosion that is severely caused by the sulphurious compounds.