Sacrificial Anode Shield

Sacrificial Anode Shield

Introduction

Emaux Sacrificial Anode Shield for pool and spa

COMBINATION OF PREVENT ELECTROLYTIC CORROSION OF POOL METAL
For pool and spa

The shield is built in Zinc Sacrificial Anode that protects the bather from electric shock risk, especially in the fiberglass pool without metal bonding. Also, it prevents electrolytic corrosion of pool metal parts when saltwater chlorinator disinfection system is applied, such as stainless steel ladder, heat pump heat exchanger, UV-C stainless steel casing, lighting stainless steel niche, pump motor aluminum housing, and salt chlorinator titanium cell plates.


How it works

1.Sacrificial Anodes Shield is used to prevent other metals from eroding. This inline zinc anode has already secured in a PVC TEE ready for installation.

2.Once installed, the sacrificial anode will be consumed, instead of eroding other metal components surrounding the pool such as aluminum, stainless steel, cast iron, copper, and titanium.

3.The Sacrificial Anode Shield is tied into the pool bonding wire to protect the entire pool.

4.The anode should be replaced after half of it has been eroded, typically in about three years.

How to install

1.Cut pipe to size of the “TEE” shape shield.

2.Glue “TEE” into pipe.

3.Connect Copper wire to existing pump groundusing split connector.


Typical installation and location

The best place for installation of the shield is on the water line between the filter and before a pool heater, that would put it before the salt cell. Without a heater, the shield should be put after the filter and before the cell.

Emaux Sacrificial Anode Shield for pool and spa

Features

    1  Easy installation inline design add to existing 63mm / 2” Piping System

      2  Excellent prevent electric shock protection to fiberglass pool

        3  Max. 4 Bar working pressure

          4  Long life cycle pure zinc alloy

            5  1 m 8 AWG solid copper wire and transparent lid cover for observation

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