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Posted Jan 9, 2013 @ 4:45pm
Active Cathodic Protection and Water Parks
By Michael Weinbaum
Why does steel corrode, particularly at water parks? An Entech senior engineer reviews why steel corrodes and the scientific principle behind Active Cathodic Protection. Active Cathodic Protection is a method of protecting a structural or otherwise valuable piece of base metal, usually iron/steel, from corrosion using an impressed current. While effective, the method does have limitations. Therefore, guidelines are outlined for the effective installation of an Active Cathodic system in water parks.
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