lunes, 19 de septiembre de 2011

The classic method, but no less effective, to prevent corrosion of underwater metals, is to electrically joint the metal of the bimetallic union we want to protect with another metal more electro-chemically active. This is the base of Sacrificial anodes.

For production, design, etc, reasons, Metals that are used primarily in high-conductivity electrolyte (Sea Water, Brackish Rivers, etc.) are of Zinc and Aluminum alloys to lower conductivity electrolyte. In Treated Water, etc. can also be used Magnesium alloy anodes (Fresh and Brackish Water).

The large number of applications in recent years that have used this method, has made the market are used in anodes of these alloys in a wide variety of sizes and dimensions to suit every customer need.

For full range of anodes available, click on the link below incorr@incorr.eu

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