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Cathodic protection normally consists of embedded galvanic anodes that are used in concrete rehabilitation to prevent the formation of new corrosion sites adjacent to completed patch repairs. The range of embedded galvanic anode units utilize an innovative zinc anode core design surrounded by an enhanced formulated cement-based mortar to provide corrosion mitigation to reinforced concrete structures. The anode units are alkali-activated (Type A) with an internal pH of 14 or greater to keep the zinc active over the life of the anode while being non-corrosive to reinforcing steel. The anode units utilize 2G Technology™ to provide higher current output. Once installed, the zinc anode corrodes preferentially to the adjacent reinforcing steel, thereby providing galvanic corrosion prevention or corrosion control. Used in conjunction with a full concrete repair system you can extend the life of a structure by another 15 years.