Cathodic Protection


Cathodic protection is an electrical method of controlling corrosion where it is not eliminated but transferred to sacrificial metals called anodes which protects underground or underwater steel structures from corrosion.

ACS offers design, supply of imported materials, installation and commissioning of both galvanic and impressed current cathodic protection system. The design is reviewed and approved by a NACE Certified CP 4 Cathodic protection Specialist.


  • Pier Piles
  • Underground Pipeline
  • Bottom Plates of Storage Tank
  • Underground Tank
  • Rebar