New cold weather facilities established to test coatings that mitigate ice adhesion, corrosion
Located in Fairbanks, Alaska, new testing facilities for coatings that may mitigate ice adhesion and corrosion have been established by the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory’s Dr. Emily Asenath-Smith and her team. The facilities in Fairbanks; Hanover, New Hampshire; and Treat Island, Maine, will enable coating testing in cold weather regions.

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