Testing Capabilities

Investigating Cathodic Protection

Cathodic protection inspection of a water service entry - new construction
Cathodic Protection Inspection during the construction phase of a new building to verify that buried pipe was adequately protected, prior to backfilling and landscaping.
Cathodic protection inspection of a buried sprinkler riser pipe
Cathodic Protection Inspection of a buried fire protection system riser pipe.

Cathodic protection systems are installed to protect structures from corrosion. These systems are either impressed current, or galvanic (sacrificial anode), which preferentially corrode to protect structures such as buried pipes, tanks, or other submerged structures.

Testlabs International performs cathodic protection system inspections at the time of installation and new building construction. We also conduct periodic cathodic protection inspections to ensure that the system is working correctly. The inspections are a cost-effective preventive maintenance solution and help stop unscheduled shutdowns, premature remediation or replacement, and environmental catastrophes.