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Rustrol® Systems
 

ICCC manufactures Rustrol® Systems for worldwide distribution. The Rustrol® Polarization Cells and the solid-state Rustrol® Cathodic Isolator® are an essential components for safely isolating cathodically protected structures(i.e. pipelines).


Rustrol® Systems are designed to protect personnel and equipment from electrical disturbances. Rustrol® Systems effectively block cathodic protection DC voltages; all other electrical disturbances are freely conducted to ground, such as:

• AC Fault Current
• Mitigation of induced AC Voltages
• Lightning

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The Rustrol® Cathodic Isolator® is available in common models with rated A.C. fault current exposure parameters in accordance with the attached Specification Sheet CI-01. Voltage thresholds and other operating parameters are to be specified by the customer.
The Cathodic Isolator® effectively blocks the protective DC current needed for cathodic protection while providing a grounding path for; AC fault currents, lightning, induced AC, power switching surge currents or any other electrical disturbance. The result: Personnel and Equipment are safely protected against shock hazards.

The Rustrol® Cathodic Isolator® which features electronic/electrical construction throughout, responds instantly and offers a "fail-safe", maintenance-free performance in an electrolyte-free environment.

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Proven Cathodic Protection
 

Cathodic protection, proven by decades of service in a variety of applications, prevents corrosion of buried or submerged metallic structures.
Cathodic protection is most efficiently and uniformly applied when the primary structure is electrically isolated – (i.e., all metallic/electrical contacts with foreign metallic structures are eliminated).
Electrical isolation provides three major benefits:

  • Restriction of the required protective current to the surface of the primary structure to produce a uniform polarized level of protection.
  • Minimization of stray DC current interference.
  • Prevention of galvanic current between metallic structures.
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Rustrol®s Proven Quality Assures Reliable Operation
 

Unique developments in electronic circuitry are incorporated into the Rustrol® solid-state Cathodic Isolator® to assure acute sensitivity; instant response; and "fail-safe", maintenance-free operation in a non-electrolytic environment.

The Cathodic Isolator® and associated hardware feature the most advanced and reliable components available today. Each critical component is precisely machined and carefully assembled to meet Rustrol®'s exceptionally stringent quality assurance standards. The easy-to-mount standard NEMA 4 enclosure simplifies installation.

Research and development models have undergone thorough acceptance-testing by independant high-current test facilities and have been fully approved (test data available upon request).

CHECK THIS UNMATCHED COMBINATION OF BENEFITS
  • Solid-state construction
  • Non-electolytic
  • Maintenance-free
  • Simplified installation
  • Versatile protection
  • Fail-safe operation
  • Test-proven performance
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Combined with performing a key role in safe and effective corrosion control, the Rustrol® Cathodic Isolator® also  reduces both the capital and maintenance costs of cathodic protection systems.  Cost effective applications include:

  • AC fault-current protection across isolating flanges, monolithic isolating joints and other devices.
  • Mitigation of induced AC on pipelines and other structures.
  • Lightning protection for equipment, including Cathodic Protection Rectifier systems.
  • De-coupling of the primary structure (e.g., fueling facility, pipe-type cable systems, etc.) from contact with the electrical utilities grounding network.

And these are just a few typical applications for the Rustrol® Cathodic Isolator®.  Other possibilities are limited only by one's imagination. Contact us today to speak with our experts or to request more information.

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