Benefits of a FARAGAUSS Cathodic Protection System
Eliminates the high vulnerability of impressed current cathodic protection systems to electromagnetic impulses and induced currents navigating in the subsoil, produced at electrical substations, railroad tracks, or atmospheric discharges, that result in total or partial electrical protection failure.
Compensates shortcomings of existing cathodic protection systems, produced by soil variability and heterogeneity, environmental conditions of various regions, the influence of electromagnetic fields induced by geoelectromagnetic currents, electromagnetic and radio-frequency radiation.
Effectively drains to ground all dispersion currents, reducing the electrostatic potential generated by flow inside piping and tanks, and due to mass reduction effect, produced by radiofrequency and electromagnetic fields.
Prevents current variations between sacrificial anodes and the protected metal, due to the variations in coupling impedance between them, and resulting in cathodic potential variations in the metallic mass.
Minimizes the demand for corrective maintenance of existing cathodic protection equipment that experience failures that can only be explained by the presence of electromagnetic fields.