Cathodic protection is a method used to control corrosion on the surface of a metal which can be above or below ground pipes, tanks, vessels, etc. This process is accomplished by placing a sacrificial anode (material) connected to the protected metal.
- CP - Cathodic Protection
- CRSN - corrosion
- CRES - corrosion resistant steel
- CRSV - corrosive
- NACE SP0106 - Control of Internal Corrosion in Steel Pipelines and Piping Systems
- NACE SP0205 - External Corrosion Control of Underground Storage Tank Systems by Cathodic Protection
- NACE SP0607 - Petroleum and natural gas industries-Cathodic protection of pipeline