Seawater Electrodes Types SW100 and CCS1

Cathodic protection systems installed on steel structures in seawater need to be monitored and it is usual to use an Ag/AgCl reference electrode to measure the steel to electrolyte potential to determine the level of corrosion protection being afforded to the structure.
 
Portable Ag/AgCl reference electrodes are also used to measure structure/electrolyte potentials on steel structures in seawater to which cathodic protection has not been applied to determine if the structure is freely corroding or not.
 
SILVION manufacture and supply two types of Ag/AgCl reference electrodes for use in seawater. Type SW100 is a weighted portable electrode generally used to measure structure/electrolyte potentials at key selected test points where the electrode can be suspended and dropped from deck level into the water close to the structure. Type CCS1 permanent electrodes are generally installed below the low water level at pre-determined locations and used as sensing electrodes to control the output of the DC power supply. Type CCS1 can also be used as a portable reference electrode.
 
All Silvion electrodes are supplied with a Calibration Certificate
 

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Type SW100 Portable Seawater Electrode
 
Type CCS1 Port Portable Seawater Electrode

Type CCS1 Perm permanent Seawater Electrode

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