Cathodic Protection for a 100,000 Gallon Water Tank

Easterly view of the tank

Easterly view of the tank and conduit recently installed on the roof

PVC holder has holes drilled so that the electric current can flow from the anode to the tank wall and supports.

Each PVC holder has holes drilled in it so that the electric current can flow from the anode to the tank wall and supports.

South view of a 100,000 gallon underground tank

South view of a 100,000 gallon underground tank showing a conduit in which the interior anode header is routed to the rectifier

Two anodes were installed inside the tank in PVC holders

Two anodes were installed inside the tank in PVC holders. One anode was suspended in the water by floats. The other was clamped to steel bracing.

View of second anode eight feet deep

View of second anode eight feet deep in the PVC holder.

View of anode eight feet deep suspended

View of anode eight feet deep suspended by two floats.

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