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Detailed history: Corrosion Engineering Decades of service & innovation

Since our founding in 1977, Corrosion Engineering has expanded into a trusted industry leader serving mining and aggregates companies worldwide. Even as we have grown and increased our capabilities, we have remained dedicated to superior quality, innovation, and providing excellent service to each customer and their specific needs.

We are now celebrating 40 years of solving the most challenging problems facing mining and aggregate companies who supply the world with essential materials that power our daily lives and build the world around us.

Our History Timeline

At Corrosion Engineering, we have a proven history of excellence and consistent growth spanning the past four decades. Learn more with our detailed timeline below.

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1977

Corrosion Engineering, Inc. was incorporated in 1977 to become an innovative leader of the mining and aggregate industry in custom engineering and manufacturing of world-class rubber, steel, and ceramic products. Innovation, quality, and service are the three fundamental values that have been the foundation of our company since the very beginning.

1978

Corrosion Engineering began manufacturing fully molded tapered openings. These openings proved effective in their customer-specific applications and are now industry standards.

1979

Corrosion Engineering manufactured the first integrally molded pads and skid bars to meet a customer’s unique requirements.

1980

Corrosion Engineering conducted research and development into the introduction of molybdenum disulfide (MoS2) in rubber compounds for the purposes of reducing friction between material and screen panels or wear liners, in addition to reducing build-up and blinding.

Corrosion Engineering also began developing high-quality rubber and ceramic composite liners. During this development, we achieved ceramic adhesion equal to the tensile strength of the rubber. Today, our CorroCeramic liners are manufactured with a variety of different ceramics pertaining to the application of the product.

1981

Corrosion Engineering began developing pretension steel-cable-reinforced molded rubber screen panels. Coined CorroCable panels, Corrosion Engineering manufactures such panels in tension with high-strength steel cables. Flex-gap engineering provides flexibility united with strength. Molded tapered openings prevent plugging common in punched panels.

1982

Corrosion Engineering relocated our headquarters and factory facilities to our current location in Mesa, Arizona.

We also began manufacturing the first molded rubber cone crusher main frame liners and ceramic cone crusher main frame liners.

1984

Corrosion Engineering manufactured the first molybdenum disulfide, non-blinding rubber screens.

1988

Corrosion Engineering developed the world’s first commercial inflatable molded-molybdenum-rubber lining systems to diminish buildup in mining chutes.

1994

Corrosion Engineering invented and patented our Hi-Pro high-efficiency screens in addition to the Hi-Pro screen apparatus.

1995

Corrosion Engineering’s innovation department invented SURESEAL dust seals. These seals improve safety and work to prevent fugitive dust from escaping conveyor zones.

1997

Corrosion Engineering developed the MagPatch liner, an emergency magnetic-repair liner.

2002

Corrosion Engineering developed the Sure Seal II, an enhanced version of the original Sure Seal with a magnetic attachment system.

2003

Corrosion Engineering introduced CorroCeramic Blue—CorroCube and CorroTile liners.

2007

Corrosion Engineering developed MagCube and MagTile boltless liners.

2008

VibraCube dynamic inflatable liners were invented by Corrosion Engineering as a hybrid Corro-Cube inflatable lining system designed to extricate material buildup while also being effective against high-impact and abrasion.

2010

Corrosion Engineering introduces our G-Series ceramic products.

2013

Corrosion Engineering patented inflatable lining systems which were initially developed by our company during the late 1980s.

2017

Corrosion Engineering introduces Vino ceramic products.

Corrosion Engineering celebrates 40 years of delivering the most advanced wear solutions to our customers.

Always Looking AheadBuilding on our history, looking to the future

At Corrosion Engineering, we’re proud of our history, but we’re never satisfied. We always aim to innovate better, smarter, and more efficient ways for helping our customers improve their processes. Our mission is to use our experience and knowledge to use the latest materials and techniques to solve our customers’ challenges today, tomorrow, and far into the future.

Need a problem solved? Contact Corrosion Engineering today!

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