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Cathodic Protection for Airports



Economy of operation, public safety and environmental protection are major concerns of airport operators. Solving corrosion problems is important to each of these goals. Southern Cathodic Protection Company engineers are involved in the design of new facilities to minimize the future effects of corrosion on the structures. Regardless of their size, civilian airports and military air bases have a number of underground structures where corrosion damage can severely impair service and safety. These include:

  • Fueling systems
  • Water and wastewater lines
  • Lighting and communication equipment
  • De-icing systems
  • Structural supports
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