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Subject: Re: Sacrificial Anodes

Date: 05/18/00 at 9:31 AM
Posted by: Richard Nay
E-mail: vannay@megsinet.net
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In Reply to: Sacrificial Anodes posted by porker on 05/18/00 at 4:00 AM:

If you think of corrosion prevention as a triangle that needs 3 forms of protection, I suggest that it would be : preventing moisture from getting in areas that you don't want it to, isolation of dissimilar metals, and sacrificial metal such as zinc. You are correct that the ship/boating industries has had success with sacrificial anodes. The Vannay Corp. received a US patent for an aerosol product that completes the triangle. The product is called ECK and can be found on the web at www.vannay.com. Regards,Rich

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