Levels of cathodic protection
Cathodic protection involves polarisation of a metal towards more reducing potentials
Antifouling anodes in strainers
Antifouling anodes in the mud box lids to prevent fouling.
Dual-action antifouling & anticorrosion anodes
Cu anodes in pair with Al or Fe anodes to prevent fouling.
MasterCath® remote access system
MasterCath® is designed for remote operation of ICCP and MGPS/ICAF antifouling.
Building foundation protection
Cathodic protection can ensure that steel structures maintain its strength.
Electrolytic antifouling explained
Low concentration of copper ions prevent marine growth.
Marine fouling in seawater inlets
Marine fouling is an unwanted development of biological organisms.
Al or Zn anodes in ballast and cargo tanks?
Aluminium anodes have both technical and economical advantages over zinc.
Forms of corrosion
Here is explained 10 common types of corrosion, including galvanic corrosion and flow-assisted corrosion
What is corrosion?
Corrosion is a process of degradation of metals and non-metals
Galvanic series determines the electro potential and nobility of metals and metal alloys.
Cathodic protection explained
Principles of cathodic protection. How to stop corrosion
SPS of mobile offshore units
Mobile offshore units (rigs) are highly valuable assets, which require well designed and operated systems for cathodic protection.