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Magneto Special Anodes from Evoqua Highlights Range of Titanium … – Products Finishing

SUR/FIN 2021 exhibitor Magneto Special Anodes from Evoqua manufactures inert, Titanium-based anodes that are designed to be long-lasting while minimizing environmental impact.
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At SUR/FIN 2021, Magneto Special Anodes from Evoqua will showcase an electrode technology solution that it says delivers efficient and reliable operational requirements. Magneto manufactures inert, Titanium-based anodes with customized, active, precious metal coatings. According to the company, it can provide solutions for electrowinning and recovery, water treatment, metal plating and impressed current corrosion protection for onshore and offshore structures. Magneto says it is committed to meeting precise specifications and delivering long-lasting results with minimal impact on the environment.
Magneto Special Anodes from Evoqua | 908-624-7314 | evoqua.com/magneto
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