ANODES FOR SHAFTS, KEELS, AND PROPELLERS

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€10.64 -35%
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Sacrificial anodes are metal elements (usually made of zinc, aluminum, or magnesium alloy) used to protect metal structures from corrosion. Their operation is based on the principle of cathodic protection, where the anode is placed near the metal structure that needs to be protected, forming an electrical circuit.
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Sacrificial anodes are metal elements (usually made of zinc, aluminum, or magnesium alloy) used to protect metal structures from corrosion. Their operation is based on the principle of cathodic protection, where the anode is positioned near the metal structure to be protected, forming an electrical circuit.
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€28.83 -35%
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Sacrificial anodes are metal elements (usually made of zinc, aluminum, or magnesium alloy) used to protect metal structures from corrosion. Their functioning is based on the principle of cathodic protection, where the anode is placed near the metal structure that needs to be protected, forming an electrical circuit.
€34.61
€53.25 -35%
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Sacrificial anodes are metal elements (usually made of zinc, aluminum, or magnesium alloys) used to protect metal structures from corrosion. Their operation is based on the principle of cathodic protection, where the anode is positioned near the metal structure that needs protection, forming an electrical circuit.
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€55.90 -35%
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Sacrificial anodes are metal elements (usually made of zinc, aluminum, or magnesium alloy) used to protect metal structures from corrosion. Their operation is based on the principle of cathodic protection, where the anode is placed near the metal structure that needs protection, forming an electrical circuit.
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€89.30 -35%
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Sacrificial anodes are metal elements (usually made of zinc, aluminum, or magnesium alloy) used to protect metal structures from corrosion. Their functioning is based on the principle of cathodic protection, in which the anode is positioned near the metal structure that needs protection, forming an electrical circuit.
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€6.23 -35%
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Sacrificial anodes are metal elements (usually made of zinc, aluminum, or magnesium alloys) used to protect metal structures from corrosion. Their functioning is based on the principle of cathodic protection, where the anode is positioned close to the metal structure that needs to be protected, forming an electrical circuit.