Each protection situation is unique due to the variation caused by different soils and metals used in the pipe. Our highly qualified team of experts can help you evaluate the necessary details to ensure that your pipe is protected in the absolute best way possible.
Our cathodic protection systems are comprised of four main components: An electrolyte, an anode system used to deliver the current, a cable to connect the anode system with the structure, and provisions to test the system periodically to make sure it is performing up to the necessary standards.
We get it right the first time.
It is imperative to make sure that the current is flowing at the prescribed level. Applying too much current can have adverse effects in the form of damaging coating systems, and in some cases can even cause certain metals to break. We pride ourselves on making sure each cathodic protection application is specifically engineered to meet the exact needs of your pipeline.
If you have an unprotected pipe or a pipe that has begun to show signs of corrosion, call our team of experts today to get the right cathodic protection system in place. Our application of sacrificial anodes provides component protection for your infrastructure, minimizing damage and preventing the need for change-outs and repair.