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Rod Shape Zinc Sacrificial Anode Cathodic Protection For Anti Corrosion
Zinc Anode Rod
This particular combination of metal in anode rods is often used when foul odor in water is present. Zinc is a natural anti-fungal element and can help control (not completely eliminate), the growth of iron bacteria which can cause that rotten egg smell. Zinc oxide and zinc compounds are indigestible to micro-organisms such as bacteria.
3/4" o.d. rod thickness x 39" length.
Production standard: Production standard: ASTM
|Elements||ASTM B418-95 US Mill 18001 K|
|Type I (Seawater)||Type II (soil)|
|Al %||0.1-0.5||<0.005 %|
|Cd %||0.025 – 0.07||<0.003 %|
|Fe %||<0.005||<0.004 %|
|Pb %||<0.006||<0.003 %|
|Cu %||<0.005||<0.002 %|
|Others Each||<0.02||<0.02 %|
|Capacity||780 Ahr/Kg||740 Ahr/Kg|
|Close Potential(Ag/AgCl)||-1,1 V||-1,05 V|
1. Zinc Soil Anodes are used where soil conditions require the use of Zinc Anodes such as saline mud below 120 F (50 C). These anodes would protect objects underground such a storage tanks, containers, and buried structures.
2. Zinc Bracelet Anodes for pipelines are used in underground, under mud or under seawater.
3. Zinc Hull Anodes are designed for the protection of various types of vessels such as ships, barges, and tankers. Anodes are available in many configurations including weld-on and bolt-on mounting systems.
4. Zinc Sacrificial Anode Rod are used in Anti corrosion , cathodic protection for boat , yacht etc.