Zinc anode Mercury / MerCruiser Type Bravo, engine anode, M 806190, 0.742Lb
Original part number: M806190
|Antal||Rabatt||Pris med rabatt|
|2||5 %||$11.40 /st|
|5||10 %||$10.80 /st|
|20||20 %||$9.60 /st|
|50||25 %||$9.00 /st|
Original code : M806190
Fits: Bravo I, II, III, x, xr, xz and blackhawk drives
Zinc anodes are mainly used in seawater and brackish water. Zinc anodes can be used in brackish water if the resistivity is not too high (approx. 1.5 Ωm). Zinc is more chemically stable than Aluminum and is therefore preferred by many in weakly brackish water environments.
The term "zinc" has become synonymous with sacrificial anodes, as zinc was the original material used for this purpose. But other metals, such as aluminum and magnesium, also act as sacrificial anodes.
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- Capacity: 780 Ah / kg(353.80 Ah / lbs)
- Consumption: 11.2 kg / A year(24.69 lbs / A year)
- Specific gravity: 7.13 kg / dm³(15.72 lbs / dm³)
- Potential: -1 030 mV rel Ag / AgCl in seawater
Typical chemical composition, MIL-DTL-18001L - Zn
|Material||% of weight|
|Aluminum (Al)||min 0.10, max 0.5|
|Cadmium (Cd)||min 0.025, max 0.07|
|Steel (Fe)||max 0.005|
|Copper (Cu)||max 0.005|
|Lead (Pb)||max 0.006|
|Andra (each)||max 0.10|