Electrifying anodes for NJ facility
South Jersey's new Port Beckett Terminal at the US Port of Camden is investing in cathodic protection for its electrical conduits.
The units work by placing 'sacrificial' anodes at certain, carefully calculated points.
The Port Beckett facility is due to open in October.
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