CHAMPIONS OF
CORROSION CONTROL
Industrial Award

The purpose of the Industrial Award (discontinued in 2005) was to recognise a significant contribution towards the control of corrosion by well founded and sound methods. Entries were essentially technological in nature and were required to have a demonstrably beneficial impact on South African industry. The award was presented to an individual, team or organisation for a significant industrial contribution to the economic control of corrosion. Submissions were assessed by the Council or a panel appointed by them. The award comprised an inscribed shield and a citation. The Corrosion Institute Annual Award replaced the Industrial Award in 2005.

Winners

1985 – The Corrosion Institute Annual Award

Recipient : Middelburg Steel and Alloys
Award Type : The Corrosion Institute Annual Award
Year : 1985

1987 – The Corrosion Institute Annual Award

Recipient : Maksal Tubes
Award Type : The Corrosion Institute Annual Award
Year : 1987

1988 – The Corrosion Institute Annual Award

Recipient : Eskom
Award Type : The Corrosion Institute Annual Award
Year : 1988

1992 – The Corrosion Institute Annual Award

Recipient : Corrosion Education Products
Award Type : The Corrosion Institute Annual Award
Year : 1992

1993 – The Corrosion Institute Annual Award

Recipient : Department of Microbiology and Plant Pathology Pretoria University
Award Type : The Corrosion Institute Annual Award
Year : 1993

1995 – The Corrosion Institute Annual Award

Recipient : Hulett Aluminium
Award Type : The Corrosion Institute Annual Award
Year : 1995

1996 – The Corrosion Institute Annual Award

Recipient : Mintek
Award Type : The Corrosion Institute Annual Award
Year : 1996

1999 – Industrial Award

Recipient : Columbus Stainless
Award Type : Industrial Award
Year : 1999