Cathodic Protection, Redefined
Decades of experience have resulted in the invention of a proprietary method of generating Cathodic Protection Current. Our patented STOPCOR® technology provides guaranteed results in preventing galvanic corrosion and protecting your investment.
STOPCOR is a self-contained device with magnesium anode which prevents corrosion in equipment ranging from a British household central heating system to a large scale industrial installation.
Innovative – Easy external application – No water contact means pure drinking water!
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What causes Electrochemical corrosion?
Electrolysis is a naturally occurring phenomenon resulting in the corrosion of metal surfaces.
Electrochemical corrosion (electrolysis) is brought about by the flow of ions from negatively charged metals to positively charged metals when they are connected in the same environment. The resulting electromotive force appears as voltage. This voltage is proportional to the flow of the aforementioned ions and its increase directly affects the intensity of the electrolysis phenomenon.
The naturally occurring phenomenon of electrolysis manifests itself in metal structures, bridges, storage tanks and generally in plumbing installations, machinery, engines etc.
STOPCOR Reduces Limescale
The generated impressed current of the STOPCOR devices creates a magnetic field, thereby activating the Brownian movement in liquids.
The Brownian movement is the random movement of particles.
This process prevents the damaging effects of limescale accumulation in plumbing equipment.
The STOPCOR anode product line utilizes the method of producing and imposing impressed current through a sacrificial magnesium anode which creates an electrolytic dipole capable of generating voltage of up to 1,5 volt and current density of up to 10mA when present in a standard environment.
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STOPCOR is an Internationally Patented by WIPO Organization No WO 02018/011608 and to the I.P.O. (Industrial Property Organization) under the patent number 1007131.