The quality of the anodes, equipment and cathodic protection accessories manufactured by SACOR are permanently evolving. All the stages of the manufacturing process are based on the continuous improvement methodology, on ISO 9001 and on the principles of the Quality National Award.
Cu/CuSO4 Reference Electrodes (Copper/Copper Sulphate)
Portable or permanent type, to measure the corrosion potential in underground or underwater structures.
Ag/AgCl Reference Electrodes (Silver/Silver Chloride)
Used to measure the corrosion potential in underwater structures in fresh or salt water.
Zinc Semi Cell
Used to measure the corrosion potential of submerged structures in freshor salt water.
SACOR ICCP has the function to protect against corrosion the submerged parts of hulls of offshore vessels and rigs.
How it works
The system uses reference electrodes to continuously monitor the protection level and injects the necessary level of protection current from anodes distributed properly.
- Cathodic Protection System by Impressed Current
- Galvanic Anodes Systems
- System with Solar Panels for Recttifier Power
SACOR ICAF system is based on the electrolytic action of copper anodes with the release of ions into circulating sea water for effective, safe and economical control of marine life proliferation.
The SACOR ICAF system is based on the electrolytic action of anodes with the release of ions into circulating sea water for effective, safe and economical control of corrosion.
Rectifiers for Cathodic Protection manufactured by SACOR are also indicated for sites under severe environmental influences. Manufactured according to the standards of the main users of this system, they can be automatic or manual, cooled by air or oil.