Compared with traditional sacrificial anode system, the impressed current anode system has the advantages of long protection life, environmental friendliness, and low maintenance cost. More and more mixed metal oxide anode design units are used as the preferred cathodic protection materials.
Offshore wind turbine farms are exposed to humidity with high salinity and to intensive UV-radiation. The ICCP system with remote monitoring for wind foundations protection has shown fine durability against the aggressive marine environment.
Bridges located in coastal areas are subjected to harsh conditions and suffer the deleterious effects of corrosion. Cathodic protection is a leading method for corrosion control. Impressed current anode systems are used for bridge piers above water and galvanic anode systems are performed for the submerged parts and lower parts of in splash-zone.
We provide cathodic protection for steel piling systems on dock and jetty structure – including impressed current anode system or galvanic anode system. Galvanic anode systems have shown dependability for long-term protection, whereas impressed current anode systems highlight exceptionally low consumption rates.
Many reinforced concrete structures (such as bridges, parking garages, and marine piers) suffer from premature degradation, most commonly caused by chlorides. Cathodic protection is used by many building owners as an integrated part of the maintenance strategy to preserve and extend the life of existing structures from future corrosion damage.