Substation Structure Assessment

Substations contain some of the most important, expensive, and difficult-to-replace equipment on the grid. Even though many substation structures are mounted on concrete foundations, which provides a barrier between the structure and soil, corrosion still occurs and can become problematic. Foundations can collect water and debris, creating environments that promote corrosion activity. Additionally, substation structures are subject to every day wear and tear and instances of accidental damage which can lead to structural degradation.

Substation Corrosion

Using a proven, systematic capital approach with advanced inspection technologies, Osmose is able to identify steel corrosion, concrete degradation, and damage that might otherwise go unnoticed. Osmose provides turnkey solutions for corrosion mitigation and structure restoration.


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