Sacrificial Anode
Sacrificial Anode
Sacrificial Anode
Sacrificial Anode
Sacrificial Anode
Sacrificial Anode
Sacrificial Anode
Sacrificial Anode

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A ‘sacrificial anode’ refers to an anode attached to a metal object, such as a boat or underground tank, in order to inhibit its corrosion. Edition one of three.

Sacrificial Anode




cast bronze & stainless steel

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purchased by Canary Wharf Group

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Canary Wharf Group


Canary Wharf Group

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