Cathodic protection systems for structures, equipment and buried carbon, steel and cast iron pipes.

Cathodic Protection is the most efficient and economical way to protect buried or submerged metal structures from corrosion while preserving physical, human and environmental heritage by mitigating the risks of spills and incidents. It is widely used in pipeline protection.

A Cathodic Protection System, set up and running, can be inspected by CIPS - Close Interval Potential Survey, PCM - Pulse Code Modulation and DCVG - Direct Current Voltage Gradient - methods which allow the assessment of both the system and the coating without the need for digging, accurately defining the points requiring repair.


Cathodic Protection Engineering Services