Cathodic protection system is a technique used to control a corrosion of a metal surface by making it the cathodic side of an electrochemical cell. Cathodic protection is an old and effective system that prevents forming rust in metal and helps in corrosion resistant. Corrosion can be prevented by eliminating the oxygen or the positively charged hydrogen ions. Two methods are available for applying cathodic protection they are:

  • Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP)
  • Galvanic Cathodic Protection

We, Ti Anode Fabricators Pvt. Ltd., developed an extremely strong and electrically low resistance centre crimp connection, which ensures the lowest possible electrical resistance (less than 1.0 Milli Ohm) between the cables and anode tube. The Platinum group Mixed Metal Oxide coating is a crystalline electrically conductive coating that activates and enables a titanium substrate to function as an anode. Whether operating in fresh water, seawater, soil, or mud. MMO Coatings are extremely stable even in very low pH environments.

Ti’s MMO titanium tubular anodes are coated with mixed metal oxide that has an extremely low consumption rate measured in milligrams per year. Unlike other types of anodes the consumption rate of MMO anode is negligible with the dimensions of the anode element remaining virtually unchanged during the operational service life of the anode. As a result, the power required to impress current will remain the same.


  • Lightweight/Durable
  • High current output
  • Low cost
  • Dimensionally stable
  • High cost performance


  • Salt, fresh and brackish water
  • Deep well Anodes
  • Marine applications
  • Tank bottoms