A man rings up and says “I’m getting rust on my boat, but only in one place. How can I stop it”. So we tell him… “Easy – Don’t go there again”.


But seriously… Have you ever wondered why your anodes don’t last as long as you’d like, or why your metallic hull has pitting around the waterline? Galvanic currents may well be to blame.

Galvanic currents are small, unwanted electrical currents that flow whenever your boat is connected to an electric hook-up. And they can cause serious damage to your boat in next to no time.

A Galvanic isolator can help protect your boat from corrosion by Galvanic currents. You just plug it into your electric hook up cable, and the Galvanic currents stop – just like that.

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