FAQ

Where is the Naval Surface Treatment Center located?

The Naval Surface Treatment Center is no longer located in Louisville Kentucky. Members of the Corrosion and Coatings Engineering Branch (Code 332) at the Naval Surface Warfare Center – Philadelphia Division are responsible for the content of this website. Feel free to send your questions or comments to info@nstcenter.biz.

Does the Naval Surface Treatment Center provide training support?

The Training page contains links to the most common surface preparation, coating application, coating inspection, and cathodic protection training courses provided by The Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC) and National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE). If you are interesting in developing a custom training program, email us at info@nstcenter.biz.

Does the Naval Surface Treatment Center collect personal information about site users?

No, the site does not collect personally identifiable information as a part of your use of nstcenter.biz. However, we do collect and record information from your browser in our server logs, including but limited to your IP address, the page you were referred from, the name of your operating system, the name of your browser software, and the page you requested. This information is used to generate website statistical data.

Does nstcenter.biz use cookies?

In order to facilitate your use of nstcenter.biz, the Naval Surface Treatment Center may set and access cookies on your computer.

Does the Naval Surface Treatment Center have a terms of use agreement?

Yes. Anyone accessing nstcenter.biz consents to the Naval Surface Treatment Center monitoring their use of nstcenter.biz. Attempts to upload information or change information on nstcenter.biz without written authorization from the Naval Surface Treatment Center is strictly prohibited. Any such attempts may be punishable under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and National Information Infrastructure Protection Act. The Naval Surface Treatment Center uses software programs to monitor network traffic with the specific purpose of identifying unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage.