Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) Anodes

MMO Coated / Platinized Titanium & Niobium Anodes

MMO Coated Plate for cathodic protection for our UK customer

clock October 28, 2020 17:52 by author admin

Tiaano design, manufacturing and supply of MMO & Platinum plated Titanium and Niobium anodes for Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP).  According to the customer’s requirement we manufacture the anodes from copper cored titanium and copper cored niobium too.  

we supplying anodes are in the form of tube, rod sheet, mesh, plate and as well as customade size and shape with Iridium and tantalum oxide coating.

MMO Coated Plate for cathodic protection for our UK customer



MMO COATED CANTILEVER & REFERENCE ELECTRODE FOR CATHODIC PROTECTION

clock January 4, 2020 12:49 by author admin

MMO COATED CANTILEVER & REFERENCE ELECTRODE

MMO COATED CANTILEVER

Vessels, pipelines, condenser box and tanks which are used to store or transport liquids can also be protected from corrosion on their internal surfaces by the use of cathodic protection.  By passing the DC current through the cantilever which is coated with platinum or MMO (mixed metal oxide) the cathode will be protected and could be monitor by the reference electrodes.

Tiaano supplying anodes as per the customer design and as well as our own design.

REFERENCE ELECTRODE

A reference electrode must have specific electrical, physical and chemical properties. It must facilitate the measurement of accurate pipe/soil/reference electrode potentials on pipelines. It must ideally have a stability that is sustainable for years. For this to occur it should not be polarized by the very low electrical current that will flow in a measurement circuit. The potential should be measured with a high impedance multi-meter or voltmeter.

Reference electrode allows you to measure the potential of the working electrode without passing current through it while counter (auxiliary) electrode allows you to pass current. If oxidation occurs at the working electrode, reduction using the same magnitude of current is sustained at the counter electrode and hence there is no current flow between working and reference electrode(high input impedance) enabling us to follow changes in working electrode potential accurately. This is not possible in a two electrode system although we can get crude values by using certain types of electrodes which can act simultaneously as working and reference electrode.

Tiaano supplying reference electrodes like zinc, AgAgcl for the pipeline, jetty etc.,

Our recent supply  of MMO Coated Cantilever anode and reference electrode to our Calcutta customer:

 

 

 

 



PLATINUM PLATED MESH for electro oxidation to treat the water

clock December 11, 2019 17:00 by author admin

PLATINUM PLATED MESH for electro oxidation to treat the water

In recent years, there has been increasing interest in finding innovative solutions for the efficient removal of contaminants from water, soil and air. Government also strictly insist the industries to make a zero discharge and chemical contamination free soil and water to protect our environment.

ELECTRO OXIDATION AND ELECTRO COAGULATION process together treats the water as a disinfection using our Platinized titanium mesh.

By passing the DC current through Platinised titanium mesh leads to remove BOD COD ratio landfill leachate was conducted by means of electrochemical oxidation process. Electrochemical oxidation process is effective in removing pollutants from landfill leachate.  

Depending on the effluent nature, an increase of the conductivity of the solution may be required: the value of 1000 mS/cm is commonly taken as a threshold. Salts like sodium chloride can be added to the solution, acting as electrolytes thus raising the conductivity. Typical values of salts concentration are in the range of few grams per liter, but the addition has a significant impact on power consumption and can reduce it by up to 30%.    

Electro-oxidation (EO), also known as anodic oxidation, is a technique used for wastewater treatment, mainly for industrial effluent playing roll in advanced oxidation process. The most general layout comprises two electrodes, operating as anode and cathode, connected to a power source.

Electro-oxidation is an excellent and eco-friendly technique for the removal of persistent organic contaminants, electrochemical advanced oxidation processes are ordinarily used to remove COD and BOD presence in the water.

Platinum electrode provides good conductivity and they are inert and stable at high potentials. At the same time, the oxygen evolution over potential is low and comparable to that of graphite. As a result, electro-oxidation with Platinum electrodes usually provides low yield due to partial oxidation of the compounds. The contaminants are converted into stable intermediates, difficult to be broken down, thus reducing current efficiency for complete mineralization

However, this technique suffers the primary disadvantage of high energy consumption and low current efficiency.

 

Tiaano supplying the ELECTRO OXIDATION systems and its spares for the different regions. Also we are supplying the MMO Coated plates (titanium) instead of platinized titanium mesh to treat the water.

PLATINISED PLATED MESH

 

 

 

 



MMO Coated Mesh anodes for Concrete protection

clock December 11, 2019 14:22 by author admin

MMO Coated Mesh anodes for Concrete protection.

Tiaano placing major role in cathodic protection anodes.

Cathodic protection reduces costs for future repair work and extends the life expectancy of your concrete structure. Our MMO coated mesh anodes with impressed current protects the steel structure from erosion and corrosion.

Our recent supply to USA 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Platinized FRP insulated strip for Cathodic protection in ship hull protection

clock November 21, 2019 15:07 by author admin

Platinized FRP insulated strip for Cathodic protection  in ship hull protection

Platinized Titanium anodes take advantage of the low consumption rate and high current density. Voltages in excess of 10 Volts will result in severe pitting of the titanium core causing premature failure. Exterior protection of ships hulls - anodes in the shape of plates, discs or strips

Platinized FRP insulated strip Anode with impressed current leads to protect the hull of the ships. Negative terminal which is connected to ship hull and positive terminal with impressed current anodes.

Underwater steel structures protection like wharves, jetties, sheet pile walls and piers. Usually rod type anodes distributed throughout the structure to be protected to give a good overall protective current distribution.

Change in the potential of an electrode as the result of current flow to or from that electrode. Also, a change in the potential of a corroding metal from its natural steady-state value, as a result of current flow. “Depolarization” is the reverse process of Polarization. Depolarization is sometimes referred to as "hypo polarization”.

Tiaano supply

Tiaano is well known for ICCP (Impressed Current Cathodic Protection) anodes and supplying anodes nearly 63 countries.

Our anodes are gone through the accreditation test by M/s. TWT, London as per NACE standard TMO 294-200

 

PLATINISED FRP INSULATED STRIP

 



MMO COATED TUBULAR ANODE FOR CATHODIC PROTECTION USED TO PROTECT THE PIPE LINES, DEEP WELLS AND INFRASTRUCTURE LAID IN DIFFERENT APPLICATION LIKE SEA WATER, BRAKISH WATER, SAND ETC.

clock November 12, 2019 16:13 by author admin

MMO COATED TUBULAR ANODE FOR CATHODIC PROTECTION USED TO PROTECT THE PIPE LINES, DEEP WELLS AND INFRASTRUCTURE LAID IN DIFFERENT APPLICATION LIKE SEA WATER, BRAKISH WATER, SAND ETC.,

For cathodic protection applications two primary electro catalysts are used:

1.         Ruthenium Oxide (RuO2)

Ruthenium oxide is the catalysts, should only be used in chlorinated environments (sea water). The catalytic life is significantly reduced when the primary reaction is the evolution of oxygen (fresh water, soil, coke backfill and concrete environments).

2.         Iridium Oxide (IrO2)

Most CP manufacturers use Iridium Oxide based mixed metal oxide for their cathodic protection anodes. The bulk oxides are typically a mixture of Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) and Tantalum Oxide (TaO5). Their primary purpose is to provide an oxide film over the substrate material to prevent corrosion of the substrate.

 

Titanium MMO Anode Advantages

Ø  Titanium is readily available in commercially pure form

Ø  Excellent adherence properties with proper surface preparation

Ø  Lightweight

Ø  Outstanding mechanical strength.

Ø  High flexibility.

Ø  Outstanding chemical resistance to highly acidic conditions – typical for oxygen and chlorine evolving environments common in many cathodic protection applications.

 

MMO COATED TUBULAR ANODE

MMO COATED TUBULAR ANODE will be supply in two types

1.         Single string (consist of a single anode with cable)

2.         Multi string (consist of two or more anodes connecting with a string)

Anodes are connected with the cable by a) LIDA connection b) CPCC connection.

(20 years Lifetimes stated are nominal, we can supply Amps / life different to stated standards on request)

PHOTOS OF MMO COATED TUBULAR ANODE

 

 



Welcome to BlogEngine.NET 2.8 using Microsoft SQL Server

clock October 15, 2012 10:00 by author admin

If you see this post it means that BlogEngine.NET 2.8 is running and the hard part of creating your own blog is done. There is only a few things left to do.

Write Permissions

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If you wish to use a database to to store your blog data, we still encourage you to enable this write access for an images you may wish to store for your blog posts.  If you are interested in using Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, SQL CE, or other databases, please see the BlogEngine wiki to get started.

Security

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