Impressed Current Cathodic Protection For Offshore Wind Turbine Foundations

Protecting Offshore Wind Power Facilities from Corrosion

Key Factors to Consider:

  • Highly Corrosive Sea Water Environment
  • Abrasion Caused by Sea Salt and Water Droplet Particles
  • Mechanical Damage from Ice Floes
  • Increased Load Due to Bio-Fouling
  • Mechanical Impact of Sea Breeze and Waves
  • High Maintenance Costs of Offshore Facilities

Corrosion Protection Methods:

We use a combination of techniques to protect offshore wind power facilities:

  1. Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP): Utilizing remote anode sleds or fixed MMO anode strings based on depth.
  2. Anti-Corrosion Coating Plan: Applying specific coatings for splash, submerged, and atmospheric zones to prevent corrosion.
  3. Welded Aluminum Sacrificial Anodes: Used as additional reinforcement against corrosion.

Keeper Anodes

For decades, Keeper Anodes has supplied corrosion protection solutions for offshore wind power facilities worldwide.

We offer comprehensive design services with experienced engineers to ensure effective and lasting corrosion prevention.

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Fixed MMO Tension Anode String System
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Remote Anode Sled System