Platinized FRP insulated strip for Cathodic protection of jetty piles and monitored by zinc reference electrodes 

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”.

FRP Insulated strip and Zinc reference electrode