While we are continually developing more effective and sustainable products and services, CORROSION also supplies a number of traditional cathodic protection solutions, such as sacrificial anodes for ships.
What is sacrificial anode cathodic protection?
Galvanic marine sacrificial anodes have been utilized for over 100 years to protect marine structures. Cast with high-efficiency alloys, sacrificial anodes are lightweight and have a high amperage output.
Our anodes function economically and efficiently without any maintenance during the operating period. For this reason, they do not lead to additional labor costs post-installation.
What’s more, as a sacrificial anode supplier we are able to supply these anodes for ships in conjunction with Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) systems.
As sacrificial anodes are cast with high-efficiency alloys, they are lightweight, have a high amperage output and can function economically and efficiently without any maintenance throughout the operating period or need of an external power source. That means no added labor costs or extra electrical supply post-installation.
“Our marine sacrificial anodes stand the test of time. And with over 25 years of experience as a sacrificial anode supplier, we know all about high performance and durability.”
Our SACP cathodic protection solutions
As one of the international sacrificial anode suppliers, CORROSION offers one of the largest and most varied ranges of sacrificial anode cathodic protection systems available, from standard to custom-made anodes. This means that our experienced Marine and Corrosion Engineering Team are able to meet any customer demand, with anodes of any size, weight or shape.
Today our marine sacrificial anodes are used to protect: