PUMPS

Minimize corrosion damage and avoid expensive repairs

Corrosion damage

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IMPELLER

Clearly an inefficient way to pump seawater.

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IMPELLER

Damage like this will lead to major equipment damage if left unchecked.

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Galvanic corrosion working well.

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HOUSING

Irreparable damage

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Another one for the scrap bin.

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COUPLER

This coupler connecting the motor and pumps suffered as a result of insufficient bonding.

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IMPELLER

The corrosion activity in black water tanks is very high. Painting and repair is expensive and time consuming.

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PUMP STAINLESS STEEL DAMAGE

Stainless steel parts that are anodic to the rest of the piping system will suffer corrosion damage.

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EASYANODE CORROSION PROTECTION

You can always add a Tee with a corrosion indicator before your pump. Especially recommended in areas where different materials are used for seawater system.

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IMPELLER

Clear evidence of impending failure

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MONITORED CORROSION IN PUMPS

Different stages of EasyAnode depletion.