Platinized Titanium Anode for Cathodic Protection

Platinized Titanium Anode for Cathodic Protection

Platinized titanium anode for impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) enables low and appropriate current density. It composes of a very thin layer of platinum metal or the oxides of platinum onto a titanium substrate and is widely applied for cathodic protection in structures buried in soil and the steel exposed to marine environments such as oil and gas producing platforms, ships, and oil well casings on a long-term basis.

UTron manufacture platinized titanium anode for cathodic protection with highly corrosion resistance, favorable electrical conductivity, they allow moderate current densities and ensure effective performance.These anodes can be lightweight and a convenient size and shape, and ensure stability of operational voltage due to a low platinum consumption rate per ampere-hour.
Substrate: Titanium in Grade 1 or 2;  
Coating material: Platinum (purity 99.99%);
Coating thickness:1-15 micron;
Shape: Rod or customize.

Low consumption rate;
Highly corrosion resistance ensures durability;
Favorable dimensional stability;
Lower maintenance.

Seafaring ships;
Underground storage tanks;
Sewage systems;
Aboveground storage tanks;
Nuclear-powered submarine;
Land-based oil and gas wells.

Projects for Reference:
Platinized Ti Rod Anode  in Seawater
Platinized Titanium Anode Assy With Cable
Platinized Titanium Anode Rod with PVC Sheathed Cable


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