Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) Anodes

MMO Coated / Platinized Titanium & Niobium Anodes

MMO COATED TUBULAR ANODE FOR CATHODIC PROTECTION USED TO PROTECT THE PIPE LINES, DEEP WELLS AND INFRASTRUCTURE LAID IN DIFFERENT APPLICATION LIKE SEA WATER, BRAKISH WATER, SAND ETC.

clock November 12, 2019 16:13 by author Admin

MMO COATED TUBULAR ANODE FOR CATHODIC PROTECTION USED TO PROTECT THE PIPE LINES, DEEP WELLS AND INFRASTRUCTURE LAID IN DIFFERENT APPLICATION LIKE SEA WATER, BRAKISH WATER, SAND ETC.,

For cathodic protection applications two primary electro catalysts are used:

1.         Ruthenium Oxide (RuO2)

Ruthenium oxide is the catalysts, should only be used in chlorinated environments (sea water). The catalytic life is significantly reduced when the primary reaction is the evolution of oxygen (fresh water, soil, coke backfill and concrete environments).

2.         Iridium Oxide (IrO2)

Most CP manufacturers use Iridium Oxide based mixed metal oxide for their cathodic protection anodes. The bulk oxides are typically a mixture of Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) and Tantalum Oxide (TaO5). Their primary purpose is to provide an oxide film over the substrate material to prevent corrosion of the substrate.

 

Titanium MMO Anode Advantages

Ø  Titanium is readily available in commercially pure form

Ø  Excellent adherence properties with proper surface preparation

Ø  Lightweight

Ø  Outstanding mechanical strength.

Ø  High flexibility.

Ø  Outstanding chemical resistance to highly acidic conditions – typical for oxygen and chlorine evolving environments common in many cathodic protection applications.

 

MMO COATED TUBULAR ANODE

MMO COATED TUBULAR ANODE will be supply in two types

1.         Single string (consist of a single anode with cable)

2.         Multi string (consist of two or more anodes connecting with a string)

Anodes are connected with the cable by a) LIDA connection b) CPCC connection.

(20 years Lifetimes stated are nominal, we can supply Amps / life different to stated standards on request)

PHOTOS OF MMO COATED TUBULAR ANODE

 



PLATINIZED ROD Anode used for Impressed Current Cathodic Protection of Marine Structure

clock November 9, 2019 12:18 by author Admin

Impressed Current Cathodic Protection systems are the ultimate solution for all corrosion problems to protect the metallic structure for long time and are recognized as a superior alternative to sacrificial anode systems which require frequent replacement. Impressed current cathodic protection systems are preferred by ship owners because they reduce fuel cost and maintenance.

ICCP (Impressed Current Cathodic Protection)anodes are controlled amount of DC current to submerged surfaces like underground oil wells using highly reliable mixed metal oxide anodes and zinc reference electrodes. This electrical current, constantly monitored and regulated by the system itself to prevent the electrochemical action of galvanic corrosion before it begins.

Platinized Titanium Rod are usually used in cantilever anode which is used for protecting pipeline internal, pump internal & condenser box internal for 30 years and more by applying DC current with transformer rectifier.

Normally titanium is well known for its high resistance to corrosion both water and chemical media. But titanium is the poor electricity conductor. So we use platinum/ MMO plating/Coating to increase the conductivity.

We Tiaano is the supplier of cathodic protection over 65 countries like Israel Electricity, Aramco etc., and owning the name created the regular customer for us.

PLATINIZED TITANIUM ROD FOR CANTILEVER ANODES

 

 

 



Welcome to BlogEngine.NET 2.8 using Microsoft SQL Server

clock October 15, 2012 10:00 by author admin

If you see this post it means that BlogEngine.NET 2.8 is running and the hard part of creating your own blog is done. There is only a few things left to do.

Write Permissions

To be able to log in to the blog and writing posts, you need to enable write permissions on the App_Data folder. If you’re blog is hosted at a hosting provider, you can either log into your account’s admin page or call the support. You need write permissions on the App_Data folder because all posts, comments, and blog attachments are saved as XML files and placed in the App_Data folder. 

If you wish to use a database to to store your blog data, we still encourage you to enable this write access for an images you may wish to store for your blog posts.  If you are interested in using Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, SQL CE, or other databases, please see the BlogEngine wiki to get started.

Security

When you've got write permissions to the App_Data folder, you need to change the username and password. Find the sign-in link located either at the bottom or top of the page depending on your current theme and click it. Now enter "admin" in both the username and password fields and click the button. You will now see an admin menu appear. It has a link to the "Users" admin page. From there you can change the username and password.  Passwords are hashed by default so if you lose your password, please see the BlogEngine wiki for information on recovery.

Configuration and Profile

Now that you have your blog secured, take a look through the settings and give your new blog a title.  BlogEngine.NET 2.8 is set up to take full advantage of of many semantic formats and technologies such as FOAF, SIOC and APML. It means that the content stored in your BlogEngine.NET installation will be fully portable and auto-discoverable.  Be sure to fill in your author profile to take better advantage of this.

Themes, Widgets & Extensions

One last thing to consider is customizing the look of your blog.  We have a few themes available right out of the box including two fully setup to use our new widget framework.  The widget framework allows drop and drag placement on your side bar as well as editing and configuration right in the widget while you are logged in.  Extensions allow you to extend and customize the behaivor of your blog.  Be sure to check the BlogEngine.NET Gallery at dnbegallery.org as the go-to location for downloading widgets, themes and extensions.

On the web

You can find BlogEngine.NET on the official website. Here you'll find tutorials, documentation, tips and tricks and much more. The ongoing development of BlogEngine.NET can be followed at CodePlex where the daily builds will be published for anyone to download.  Again, new themes, widgets and extensions can be downloaded at the BlogEngine.NET gallery.

Good luck and happy writing.

The BlogEngine.NET team