I completely agree with you on above water/ground systems and cathodic
protection, what caught my attention from these guys was that they
completely agree with us, they say it will not work and go into how their
technology is different (capacitive coupling) Here is the link
The other thing I saw was a client reference page with references from
brine harvesting trucks on "The Great Salt Lake".
My only experience is with the sacrificial anodes on my boat, but I was
looking at this for my cars that suffer through Chicago winters and the
salt we dump in mass quantities on our roads here. And who better to ask
about salt than you guys, I have been lurking for a while and it feels good
to get into the mix finally.
I have a five year plan to be on the salt with you guys, should be there
next year just to spectate and absorb all I can(hopefully more info than sun).
At 02:35 AM 9/5/2003 -0500, Russel Mack wrote:
>I often work on "fixed" equipment that has cathodic protection (in the
>petrochemical industry), and I have wished for such a system for mobile
>equipment (especially our salt racers). I haven't had much hope for that
>possibility, since to function above ground (or water) such a system would
>seemingly have to defy the laws of physics (electrochemistry).
>However, I won't condemn it out of hand, since I would love to have such a
>miricle device, myself.
>I write "operating discipline" for plant equipment, including cathodic
>protection systems. If you get one (or find someone who has one) I can
>probably devise an effective test to determine how well it is doing the
>intended job. Weighing the sacrificial anode(s) at time intervals would
>seem an obvious approach.
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