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How often should a sacrificial anode be replaced on a boat?

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In general, sacrificial anodes should be inspected at least once a year and replaced when they have corroded down to 50% of their original size or weight. For boats that are used heavily or operate in highly corrosive water, anodes may need to be replaced more frequently.

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How To Fit Shaft Anodes
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How To Fit Shaft Anodes

Fitting shaft anodes is relatively straight forward, but it is best to ensure the anode is fitted correctly to give maximum protection....

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What are boat anodes made of?
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What are boat anodes made of?

Boat anodes are typically made of metals that are more chemically active than the other metals on the boat, so that they will corrode before other com...

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Aluminium Versus Zinc Anodes
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Aluminium Versus Zinc Anodes

Which to use? Will aluminium or zinc anodes in salt water environments? Both will work and have different benefits depending on where the vessel is, i...

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How To Fit An Electro Eliminator
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How To Fit An Electro Eliminator

Whether you have a steel or GRP boat, an electro eliminator brush should be fitted to the shaft to provide the best protection to the stern gear. ...

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