Care need with stainless steel bolts at seaside crags

Posted by Peter, The Lemon House
Monday 13th August 2012
The UIAA has re-issued its corrosion notice for anchors in marine locations after it was found that bolts and hangers made of commonly-used grades of stainless steel on crags near the sea could corrode much faster than people had previously thought. These cases have been found in the tropical locations such as the Caribbean, Indonesia, Thailand and also Kalymnos, the Calanques and Sardinia. klettern sardinien korrosion haken meer climbing sardinia corrosion bolts sea arrampicata sardegna corrosione spit fittoni mare We have started joining the two bolts of French stances, for more info, see click here. klettern sardinien korrosion haken meer climbing sardinia corrosion bolts sea arrampicata sardegna corrosione spit fittoni mare. We have also started rebolting with 1.4462 duplex stainless steel. For more info, see here.
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