Corrosion Reference Electrode For Sale
I purchased this setup to find out if my marina had stray currents eating away at my boat. I never had a chance to test before the Yacht Club was destroyed and closed. You can find this item for sale with BoatZincs.com for 125.00. I would like to sell, please make an offer plus shipping.
Corrosion Reference Electrode and User's Guide
by ABYC-Certified Corrosion Experts
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Our Corrosion Reference Electrode is the industry's leading silver/silver-chloride (Ag/AgCl) reference electrode for performing corrosion potential surveys on boats, yachts and docks. This is a professional-grade tool housed in high impact ABS Corrosion Reference Electrode and User's Guide
by ABYC-Certified Corrosion Expertsplastic that includes additional weight for controlled submergence, and attached by 25 feet of marine grade copper cable.
The Corrosion Reference Electrode is an extremely useful test and diagnostic tool that should be included within the toolbox of every boater and marina operator. When plugged into your digital multimeter you get answers to questions such as:
"Do I have enough zinc on my boat?"
"Are my shaft zincs still attached?"
"Is my bonding system working okay?"
"Are boats next to me eating my zincs?"
"Is my galvanic isolator working?"
"Is all of my electrical equipment installed correctly?"
"Do I have stray electrical currents either in my boat or at my dock?"
"Is my dock and/or marina operating at the correct corrosion potential?"
The user's guide is written and maintained by ABYC-certified corrosion experts, and includes test methods and reference tables that help you assess, diagnose and troubleshoot corrosion problems on your boat, yacht or dock.
Part Number: CRE
Dimensions: 1-1/2" dia. x 6"
Weight: 0.4 lbs
Cable length: 25 feet
Connector: Banana plug, compatible with handheld digital multimeters
User's Guide: V4.2, updated January 2016
Corrosion Reference Electrode