Aluminum Ballast Tank Hull Anodes

Cast aluminium anodes offer a stable current output in seawater or marine environments with optimum performance and a cost effectiveness.

Aluminium’s physical properties make it a popular choice for off-shore anodes due to its light weight, simplicity of installation and adaptability to cast into a variety of sizes.

We offer a comprehensive selection of aluminium anodes in various sizes, weights and core configurations, with a production capacity of up to 5,000 tons per year.

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What are aluminium anodes?

Aluminium anodes are a type of sacrificial anode.

Although the voltage rate is lower than that of magnesium anodes, aluminium anodes have a much slower consumption rate, making them ideally suited for seawater applications.

Typically, aluminium anodes are used to prevent corrosion of steel structures in seawater and fresh water and are commonly used on marine vessels, mechanical equipment, marine engineering, harbour facilities, seawater pipelines, ship hulls, ballast tanks and drilling platforms.