Spencer Rex: About the Author
Corrosion and Materials Engineer, Trinity Bridge

Spencer Rex

Spencer Rex graduated in 2009 Metallurgical Engineering and has worked in a Failure Analysis Lab and as a Corrosion and Materials Engineer at the Citgo Lake Charles Refinery and the Phillips 66 Sweeny Refinery. At the Sweeny Refinery Spencer implemented successful continuous thickness monitoring programs to monitor crude overhead corrosion, high temperature Sulfur/TAN corrosion and Amine Chloride Salts Corrosion. Spencer is now a Corrosion and Materials engineer at Trinity Bridge where he helps sites implement continuous thickness monitoring solutions.

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May/June 2020 Inspectioneering Journal

This article dives into continuous thickness monitoring, which in the opinion of the author is one of the more innovative technologies for corrosion control in the refining industry to come about in the last two decades.

Authors: Spencer Rex

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