Titanium Anodes are widely used in the Cathodic Protection industry in applications using Impressed Current systems (ICCP), our customers use them for protecting rebars in reinforced concrete as well as metal structures and pipelines in the Oil&Gas and other industries.
Our Titanium anodes have various advantages compared with soluble anodes:
- Stability of size
- Flexibility of shapes
- Optimal distribution and control of the protection’s potential
- Long duration
- Wide surfaces to protect: reinforced concrete
Our trademarked HISEO® product line is available in many different shapes and sizes:
- Solid ribbons
- Ribbon Mesh
- Power feed connector
We supply these geometries worldwide, each one with its purpose-engineered coating.
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Customizable solutions in every field
Cathodic protection has extensively proved to be a highly efficient corrosion protection technique. It is
widely applicable in different environments such as concrete, sand, soil and natural waters since the only
crucial requirement is the presence of a conductive electrolyte between the MMO anode and the cathode
to be protected. Given the versatility offered by cathodic protection solution, we receive a continuously
increasing number of requests for anodes with specific sizes and shapes, and/or with particularly designed
operative parameters in terms of current output and service life expectancy. At Chemical Newtech, we are
always keen to discuss about custom designed anodes, and to develop/implement lab scale testing
procedures that goes beyond those stated by the standard testing methods.
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