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Why regular Cathwell service is essential for ICCP & MGPS maintenance

Extending marine asset life and maximising your investment

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Sun storms causing corrosion

Telluric current causing corrosion on buried pipelines

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Levels of cathodic protection

Cathodic protection involves polarisation of a metal towards more reducing potentials

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Antifouling anodes in strainers

Antifouling anodes in the mud box lids to prevent fouling.

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Dual-action antifouling & anticorrosion anodes

Cu anodes in pair with Al or Fe anodes to prevent fouling.

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MasterCath® remote access system

MasterCath® is designed for remote operation of ICCP and MGPS/ICAF antifouling.

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Electrolytic antifouling explained

Low concentration of copper ions prevent marine growth.

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Marine fouling in seawater inlets

Marine fouling is an unwanted development of biological organisms.

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Design lifetime of sacrificial anodes

The amount of anodes corresponds with the surface to be protected.

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Aluminium vs. zinc anodes

Which to use; aluminium or zinc anodes in salt water environments?

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Al or Zn anodes in ballast and cargo tanks?

Aluminium anodes have both technical and economical advantages over zinc.

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Forms of corrosion

Here is explained 10 common types of corrosion, including galvanic corrosion and flow-assisted corrosion

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What is corrosion?

Corrosion is a process of degradation of metals and non-metals

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Galvanic series

Galvanic series determines the electro potential and nobility of metals and metal alloys.

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Cathodic protection explained

Principles of cathodic protection. How to stop corrosion

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Reliable system follow-up

Well-structured system follow-up ensures effective maintenance of ICCP and MGPS/ICAF systems.

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