Huguenot Laboratories staff of highly trained MIC (Microbiological Influenced Corrosion) experts have over 150 years of combined industry experience in testing, identifying, mitigating, and monitoring microbial and generalized corrosion in fire protection systems (FPS). Be careful of other companies claiming to stop corrosion in wet systems with Nitrogen. Get warrantied results, not speculation of how nitrogen bubbles in water are going to solve all of your problems. We offer the industries only performance based guarantee that assures corrosion rates are maintained at a maxiumum sustained rate of 2.0 Mils Per Year. Our nationwide network of NELAP certified Laboratories offer a wide variety of microbial, deposit, metallurgical, and water analysis to properly identify problematic conditions so proper treatment solutions can be prescribed. We Provide MIC detection, treatment and maintenance programs for all water based fire sprinkler systems throughout America, Canada, and Mexico. Huguenot Laboratories is the only fire sprinkler corrosion management company that warranties the results of the treatment program by offering a full money back refund for the products used in your application.
Here is what you need to know on MIC:
The first step to stopping MIC in its tracks is to conduct a thorough inspection of your fire sprinkler system.
Know the tell tale signs of MIC:
Once a mitigation result is determined, Verify your performance results thru a ASTM corrosion monitoring program. The electronic corrosion monitoring system offered by other's tells you when it is time to replace your system (35 Mils of corrosion)!
Get performance related results thru Huguenot's ASTM certified monitoring program. We post the results every 90 days in 0.01 Mils Per year (MPY) increments, not 35 Mils Per Year loss posted by others.
Baltimore Convention Center
1 W Pratt St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
March 22-24, 2016
AFSA in Phoenix
34th Annual Convention
October 10 – 13, 2015
Come hear Tim O’Leary speak as a member of the AFSA expert corrosion panel to hear what innovative solutions are available to address corrosion issues in fire sprinkler systems!