Galvanic Corrosion, (and how to stop it).


how to stop galvanic corrosion

If your boat’s plugged into an electric hookup, to prevent Galvanic Corrosion, you should fit a Galvanic Isolator.

They work by blocking the unwanted “Galvanic” currents that cause corrosion. When the Galvanic currents stop, so does the corrosion. It’s as easy as that. 

Typical signs of Galvanic Corrosion are pitting around the waterline, and anodes that don’t last as long as they should.

Our Galvanic isolators just plug into the electrical cable, so no actual installation is needed. No tools are required, and you don’t need any electrical knowledge whatsoever.

does my boat need a galvanic isolator