The presentation will provide an introduction to corrosion inhibitors, including a brief history of their development, available types, applications to different types of corrosion, an explanation of how they work, vapor phase vs. contact inhibitors, and uses of inhibitors in restoration work.
Jessi Meyer holds a BS in Chemistry and Business from the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire and has over 12 years of experience in the construction and corrosion industries. During that time she has held positions in technical service, sales, and is currently a Vice President of Sales at Cortec Corporation. Jessi holds three patents in the field of corrosion inhibitors used in the concrete/construction market. She has authored several technical papers through NACE and other technical forums.
Jessi is an active member of NACE, the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI). She serves on the Board of Directors both locally and nationally for ICRI (currently President of MN Chapter, Region 9 Representative for ICRI National). She also serves on a number of technical committees for both ACI and ICRI related to corrosion inhibitor, service life, and sustainability as well as the marketing and chapter committees.