Cathodic Protection


Cathodic protection (CP) is the process of regulating corrosion of any metal surface by making the metal a cathode of an electrochemical cell. This is accomplished by placing in contact with the metal to be protected an additional, more easily corroding metal to act as the anode of the electrochemical cell. Cathodic protection systems are most commonly used to protect water, oil and gas pipelines, storage tanks, steel piers, offshore oil platforms and onshore oil well casings.

Cathodic Protection Systems

Sacrificial/Galvanic Anode System
Impressed Current System

Cathodic Protection Services