Cathodic Protection

Cathodic protection is an electrochemical technique used to prevent corrosion on buried or submerged metallic structures such as pipelines and storage tanks. This dynamic preventative measure can stop or reduce the level of corrosion caused by aggressive soil or electrolyte conditions.

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Tank storage of crude, petroleum, chemicals and other liquids provide a critical interface between production and transportation.


The environmental and societal impact of infrastructure failure is a primary consideration for today’s pipeline operators.


Cathodic protection is the most common electrochemical technique used to prevent external corrosion on submerged marine structures.

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