Catching the Currents

Posted: June 1, 2013

Aluminum Anodes Prices vary by part

By: Shane Scott

Unless you own a wooden boat with no metal in the water, you probably know that random electric currents flow through marina water and will inevitably erode your propellers, drivelines and anything else that’s metal and submerged. You also know that the best way to battle stray electricity is with anodes. Aluminum anodes from Martyr are said to last longer than zincs, have 3.5 times the energy and possess 20 percent better self-cleaning benefits. Plus, aluminum anodes don’t leech heavy metals into the water.

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