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Titanium Anode Rod for Water Heater

Posted 05-10-2022 at 11:25 PM by utelectrode

Anodes in a water heater are divided into sacrificial anode rods and titanium anode rods. A sacrificial anode rod is an exposed metal rod that is inserted into the water heater. It is designed to corrode slowly over time. The sacrificial anode is made from either magnesium, aluminum, or zinc. The lifespan of sacrificial anodes varies greatly based on local water conditions and quality. Annual inspection and replacement for sacrificial anode rods are recommended. In areas with sulfides in the water,...
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