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Start Over Could not find any links for specified country. Details Portable Grouper >Anode is ideal for electrolytic control over specific Boat parts and conditions.
Simply attach the alligator clips to the part requiring protection and place the Fish (anode) into the water. These anodes, are made of metals more reactive than the material used for the ship’s body and systems.
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Sacrificial anodes counteract galvanic corrosion by adding a third metal into the circuit, one that is quicker than the other two to give up its electrons! Aluminum anodes provide better protection and last longer than zinc Andes.
Zinc anodes must be produced in virtually sterile conditions to avoid contamination, which eliminates all of zinc's sacrificial properties. Choose from Quicksilver or Mercury branded anodes and cathodes for your drive, engine, prop, gimbals, etc.
Gettinthere do you believe it is your boat or the marina that has the stray DC current eating your zinc's. So most likely you will still need to dive or rig your camera (iPhone) to take an underwater picture of your prop and the zinc.
I have used my iPhone in a waterproof container attached to the boat hook. There was a forum message that talked about checking the DC current in the water around your boat in the past 6-8 months.
So hanging a fish would only give minimum protection to whatever it’s near, I clipped one to the back stay which did nothing. The zinc on the shaft are a lot closer to the prop than any fish would be.
My Max prop also uses zinc fast which makes sense if it’s moving through the water. Never understood the zinc on the outboard attached to the aluminum casing.
If you want a zinc Grouper or whatever, I'd put a copper or solid bronze post in one of the convenient lockers, run a marine grade (green) #12 or #14 wire from a GOOD Ground on the engine to the post. (just because I'm into overkill :^)))) Then I'd connect the zinc that you plan to drop to that. Since you are having some signs of stray current corrosion.... As for your through hulls, if you have metal (bronze) ones, I'd check those to see that they're okay, that the wires that link them to the ground have continuity and aren't corroded to be worthless.
Even marine grade wires that are tinned corrode in a salt water environment. Less than 12 inches to the forward surface of the strut may block cooling water to the cutlass bearing.
FYI, you may and that you can feel the shaft zinc with your foot while floating at anchor. Expecting a properly working zinc to last a year isn’t going to get it.
You are going to have to short haul, swim or pay a diver and get those zincs replaced. Zincs last a long time in freshwater because they don't offer any protection.
In freshwater, aluminum or magnesium are much more effective. Rather than throwing more sacrificial anodes at the problem, it might be prudent to find the electrical pathway that is causing the rapid decay. The Malaprop zinc will go faster if it is doing its job, it protects a big piece of bronze.
You can help it out by shining up the backside of the Malaprop and slapping a shaft insight to the back of the prop body. The Malaprop zinc will go faster if it is doing its job, it protects a big piece of bronze.
You can help it out by shining up the backside of the Malaprop and slapping a shaft insight to the back of the prop body. This looks very similar to my setup, short shaft with a donut zinc on it but not hard up against the prop.
I found that installing a galvanic isolator helped a lot with zinc erosion. I switched to aluminum anodes years ago because I move between brackish and saltwater (picture above).
Get an 8-month season out of them, could probably stretch that to a year but when the Malaprop zinc comes off it has the ability to snap the mounting bolts off in the prop body. Cruising with a boat with so many dissimilar metals through waters with variable salinity negates any comparison to a Boat that sits in the same slip for three months then gets hauled for the winter.
Get an 8-month season out of them, could probably stretch that to a year but when the Malaprop zinc comes off it has the ability to snap the mounting bolts off in the prop body. The Malaprop anode has very narrow amounts of material around the attaching bolts.
Normally no issues for galvanic current, but when you bond your lifelines, you make them part of lightning protection. Mine are isolated from a nearby water strike and let's people hold on to them without fear of a back flow of electricity. I use a drop zinc when in transient marinas or when the diver can't be readily available.
Remember the zinc to shaft/prop is just one part of the galvanic “electrical circuit”. _____ Since my use is temporary, I use a cheap Auto jumper cable through a portal to connect to my engine shaft.