Alloy 22 has been extensively studied regarding its crevice corrosion (CC) resistance both in pure chloride solutions and in solutions containing different oxyanions that may act as inhibitors of crevice corrosion. The scope of this work was to study the general and localized corrosion behavior of Alloy 22 when phosphate ions were added to a 1 M NaCl solution at 90°C. Results from the electrochemical tests indicate that the size of the passive potential range and the localized corrosion repassivation potential value increased in the presence of phosphate ions. Results from creviced specimens showed a strong inhibition effect of phosphate ions on the chloride induced crevice corrosion of Alloy 22. The critical molar concentration ratio (RCRIT = [phosphate]/[Cl]) to inhibit crevice corrosion was 0.3.