Cathodic Protection

What is Cathodic Protection?

Cathodic protection is a technique which used to control the corrosion of a metal surface by making it the cathode of an electrochemical cell and can in principle, be applied to any metallic structure in contact with a bulk electrolyte. In practice, cathodic protection is mainly used to protect steel structures that are buried in soil or immersed in water.

Corrosion Prevention

We can test existing impressed current systems to ensure that structures and pipelines are fully protected, or design and install new systems to protect essential and critical assets, such as:

  • Pipelines
  • Marine Structures
  • Sheet Steel Piling
  • Platforms

cathodic system preventing corrossion