Zinc anode 200x100x10mm 1.400kg Zn min. 99.995%

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Zinc metal anode 200x100x10mm

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Place of origin: EU

Zn min. (%) 99.995

CAS No. 7440-66-6

Weight and anode size: 1.400 kg. / 200x100x10mm

Also we have different Zn anode sizes in offer.

This is high purity zinc that can be used in any application where zinc is required.

Specifications of zinc metal anode 200x100x10mm:

Zn min. (%) 99.995

(Fe) : 0.002% Max
(Pb) : 0.003% Max
(Sn) : 0.001% Max
(Cd) : 0.003% Max
(Cu) : 0.001% Max
(Al) : 0.001% Max

 

Zinc Electrogalvanizing:

Zinc metal anode is used for galvanizing metal using the electrogalvanization method.
Electrogalvanizing protective coating is by far the most popular way to protect metal surfaces from metal corrosion.
With the help of a zinc anode, a thin layer of zinc is formed on the metal surface, which protects metal from corrosion.

The greatest enemy of all types of metal is rusting and corrosion. The corrosive effect of rust is very destructive. Reports from various institutes show that the cost of losses globaly figure of about €1 trillion.

The industries affected by this devastating effect of rusting includes manufacturing, production, transportation, etc.

Fundamental aim of zinc electroplating is to protect metals from rust or corrosion.

The zinc coating serves as physical protection which prevents rust from affecting the underlying metal surface.

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Understanding Of Zinc Anode

zinc anode is a particular kind of sacrificial anode used for cathodic protection against corrosion. It is also categorized as a galvanic anode, whereas the others are made of magnesium or aluminium. It is a significant negative reduction potential, which is more negative than just the metal to be protected, which gives it its protective characteristics. To stop the protective metal structure from corroding, oxidizing chemicals that cause metals to corrode oxidize this anode instead of the protected metal structure.

These materials are referred to as sacrificial anodes even though they generate electrons that slowly erode the anode rather than the less negatively charged metal itself.

More about zinc anode

Zinc is an extremely active metal that may be sacrificed, making it an excellent candidate for a sacrificial anode. Salt water applications call for zinc anodes. They are mostly utilized in marine applications like piers, tanks, rudders, and boat hulls. They are often used for underground pipes and tanks.

Zinc anode uses the characteristics of electrical potential, the full amount, and alloy quality to protect the metal from corrosion. Zinc submerged in water displays a reduction potent of 1.05 volts lower than that of a reference electrode. The other metal, which has a higher reducing power, becomes the cathode of the electrolyzer when the anode is located near it. Electrons move through the mechanism and are forced away from it instead of the protected metal when an oxidizing agent strikes the metal surface.

Therefore, rather than the metal being protected, it is oxidized or corroded. The anode’s capacity to supply protective current before running out increases with mass. The utilization factor is a crucial metric for zinc anodes because it shows how much anode is used before it loses its protective qualities. This ratio could be used to determine how much this anode material is required for a given protective application. Since contamination in zinc metal could reduce its protective qualities, the calibre of the zinc electrode materials is also crucial.

Zinc anode in freshwater creates a zinc hydroxide film on its surface, preventing current flow. Because of this, they are only useful in saltwater applications and ineffective in freshwater.

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