CATHODIC PROTECTION                 

Cathodic Protection (CP) is a technology used to protect buried or immersed metals from corrosion. It is defined as the reduction or elimination of the corrosion process by either making the corroding metal a cathode via an impressed direct current (DC) or by connecting it to a sacrificial or galvanic anode.






provides a variety of aluminum, magnesium, zinc and mixed metal oxide cathodic protection system anodes for corrosion protection.



The following brands of rectifiers are available for purchase and have been thoroughly tested in the field. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or for consultation to make sure the product you select meets the requirements of your cathodic protection project.


JUnction boxes

A small metal or plastic junction box may form part of an electrical conduit or thermoplastic-sheathed cable (TPS) wiring system in a building. If designed for surface mounting, it is used mostly in ceilings, under floors or concealed behind an access panel - particularly in domestic or commercial buildings.