INCORR Mixed Metal Oxide Anodes

INCORR Mixed Metal Oxide Anodes - MMO Anode I NCORR Mixed...

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Unformatted text preview: MMO Anode I NCORR Mixed Metal Oxide Anodes are dimensionally stable in all environments. To obtain the highest level of protection from an impressed current cathodic protection system you need an anode with a very low consumption rate and high current capacity. With Incorr's tubular mixed metal oxide line of anodes you get powerful protection and unsurpassed stability. The anodes are made using tubular titanium substrates which are coated with a mixed metal oxide catalyst. The catalyst is thermally applied to the titanium to form an extremely chemical resistant bond. This special chemical composition brings together the stability of titanium with the conductive properties of the mixed metal oxide catalyst to achieve superior performance. In soil and MMO Anode fresh water applications the anodes have a recommended current density of approximately 100 A/m², and can be operated over 600 A/m² in seawater environments....
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This note was uploaded on 08/25/2011 for the course CHEM 101 taught by Professor Krull during the Spring '07 term at Northeastern.

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