Magnesium Anodes

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Extruded Magnesium Rods

There are four primary areas where extruded anodes offer important advantages in cost, performance, and ease of installation:

  1. Water heaters and water storage tanks, where a small diameter anode simplifies installation.
  2. Steel located in high resistivity electrolytes, where a small diameter anode gives a desirable current output to anode weight ratio.
  3. Gas service entrance piping, where a small diameter anode can be driven into the ground to provide convenient and inexpensive protection.
  4. Prepolarization of structures in seawater, where a small diameter anode gives short-term, high-current output.

Rod Anodes

Shape identification number Nominal diameter, inches Core centering, inches Core wire diameter, inches Straightness, inches in 2 ft Approx. weight, lbs/in
DC-4400 0.500 .040 0.135 0.060 0.015
DC-6066 0.675 .050 0.135 0.060 0.025
DC-6836 0.700 1/16 0.135 0.040 0.027
DC-1070 0.750 1/16 0.135 0.040 0.031
DC-8125 0.800 1/16 0.135 0.040 0.035
DC-983 0.840 1/16 0.135 0.040 0.038
DC-6826 0.900 1/16 0.135 0.040 0.043
DC-982 1.050 1/16 0.135 0.040 0.057
DC-980 1.315 1/16 0.135 0.040 0.089
DC-2376 1.561 1/16 0.188 0.025 1.5 lbs/ft
DC-2375 2.024 1/8 0.188 0.025 2.5 lbs/ft
DC-6722 2.562 1/8 0.188 0.025 4.0 lbs/ft
DC-1016
Galvoline
3/8″ x 3/4″
rectangle, 1/8″ radius corners
1/16 0.135 Furnished in
coils with
sheared ends
0.243
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