With this innovation, CORROSION responds to the developments in the market, the increasingly challenging weather conditions, and the need to protect increasingly larger foundations, also known as the XX(X)L monopiles, in an environmentally friendly way.

The newly designed sustainable Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) anode is already proving very effective on offshore turbine foundations worldwide. CORROSION’s new ‘slim fit’ anode design delivers the same quality and reliability as the current ICCP system, but is more efficient, versatile, and future proof.

“The launch of our new ICCP anode design represents a huge step forward in efficiency,” says Niels Ros, Manager Offshore Wind at CORROSION. “The anode head is more powerful and can therefore ‘impress’ more current. This makes it possible to protect the largest monopiles and reduce the amount of coating on monopiles to no coating at all.”

“In addition, this design offers a unique and new installation option. Besides to mounting on a TP and boat landing ladder, this anode can also be installed on the foundation itself. Which leads to big savings in time and money.”

The new anode design will be presented at the Wind Europe exhibition in Copenhagen for the first time. Interested parties are cordially invited to our stand C1-C36 from April 25-27. CORROSION representatives will be happy to provide further information and details regarding this exciting new design at the exhibition or through the contact information given below.

Please find the official press release here

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