Understand the calculation of anodes for ships: How to protect your ship from corrosion
The maritime industry is one of the most corrosion -exposed industries, and corrosion on vessels and other marine constructions can lead to serious consequences. To protect these structures from corrosion, the use of sacrificials is crucial.
Veryranodes are a type of corrosion protection that works by emitting electrons to the corrosion cycle, which reduces the speed of corrosion of metallic materials. Once the sacrifice has been placed on a surface that is prone to corrosion, such as the hull on a ship, the sacrificials corrode instead of the metallic material on the hull.
Veryranodes are available in several materials, but zinc is the most common sacrifice used on ships and other marine structures. By using the right amount of zinc anodes in the right places, you can protect the hull and other parts of the vessel from corrosion.
However, it is important to use the right amount and type of sacrificial codes to effectively protect the vessel. Operaranodes must be placed in the right places and the amount depends on the size and shape of the ship and the type of water the vessel sails in.
If you want to learn more about corrosion protection and the use of sacrificials to protect your ship or other marine constructions, contact us at the Anode Factory. Our experienced team can help you with everything from counseling on sacrificials to choosing the right corrosion protection for your specific situation.