Farwest Corrosion Control Company
Farwest Corrosion Control Co. Since 1956, Farwest has been a leading provider of cathodic protection (CP) services and materials for a wide variety of industries, including Oil & Gas, Pipelines, Marine, Water Tanks & Wastewater Systems. Our pipeline materials division is the largest supplier of corrosion control products in the world and many of our 8 regional locations across the nation provide installation & engineering services. Together we offer you the type of complete corrosion control protection and services that no other company can. ?Also check out our new website, www.farwestcorrosion.com, which contains over 1,000 pages of products, instructions, videos, printable MSDS sheets and much, much more. Address: 1480 W. Artesia Blvd., Gardena, CA 90248-3215. Phone: +1 310-532-9524. Fax: +1 310-532-3934. E-mail: sales@farwestcorrosion.com. Web site: www.farwestcorrosion.com.

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1480 W. Artesia Blvd.
Gardena, CA 90248
United States
Toll-free: 888-532-7937
Phone: 310-532-9524
Fax: 310-532-3934

Product Categories

Casing Spacers; Coatings, Corrosion-Resistant; Corrosion Control Products; Cathodic Protection Equipment; Corrosion Control Services

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