Aluminum Bracelet Anodes

Indium-activated aluminium bracelet anodes are specifically developed for offshore pipelines, they provide a cost effective approach for the cathodic protection of offshore and marine structures.

 

A set of bracelet anodes consists of multiple segments with circumferentially oriented cast-in steel cores. The number of segments will depend on the diameter of the pipeline.

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With relatively low pricing potential, low consumption rate and high current efficiency, aluminium alloy anodes are best suited to seawater applications.

 

The performance of aluminium alloy anodes in seawater and electrolytes containing chloride ions provides a stable solution as its operating potential is kept between -0.95V to -1.10V (to a saturated calomel reference electrode).

 

Relatively low driving potential and high current capacity per unit extends aluminium life expectancy in this application.