Site and Design
Evaluation System

Site and Design Evaluation System is a system developed by the IMOA (International Molybdenum Association) proposed as a guide to evaluate initially the corrosion susceptibility to which stainless steel can be exposed when used in a particular project so that designers make decisions in the selection stage of the material in order to prevent future corrosion problems. Evaluation factors considered by the system are five: environment, coastal or deicing salt exposure, weather, design and maintenance schedule considered.

To learn more about the logic and use of the Site and Design Evaluation System Case Studies here are three sections: