Anodes are active mixed metals that work to protect the surface of iron or other metals from the direct rusting process. The mixed metal made on the anode has more negative properties than other types of metals such as iron, steel, and others.

The negative nature of the anode will serve as a shield for the metal being attached, thus delaying the rusting process. The anode’s mixed metal can be destroyed when exposed to water which can cause corrosion.

The anode will release the content in the mixed metal to protect the the iron it is coating. When exposed to acid from the influence of corrosion, the anode will undergo a process of melting little by little and releasing metal content that can protect the iron from the rusting process.

itself has various types, namely Aluminum Anodes, Zinc Anodes and Magnesium Anodes (Can contact us if you need Magnesium Anodes)


Aluminum anodes are an economical choice for corrosion protection in seawater environments, where electrical resistivity is usually low. Aluminum anodes typically consume more slowly when compared to Zinc anodes, hence their longer active life.

We provide a complete range of aluminum anodes for all applications, manufactured according to your project specifications. By paying close attention to the alloying process, you can be sure that the complete range of aluminum anodes is worth your investment.


Zinc anodes are Economical and effective corrosion inhibitors. They are often used in seawater or saline mud, to protect ship hulls, tanks.

Zinc has the longest service life among other permanent reference cells. We use Hi-Pure Zinc to ensure consistent quality and a consistent conversion factor of -1.1v for CuSO4. Zinc reference cells are available with various options