Our organization is engaged in offering Permanent Reference Cell that are used for measuring and monitoring the protective potential at cathodically protected installations. These cells are manufactured using high quality material at the vendor's end to ensure its performance and durability.
Available with us Cathodic junctions box is used where output of the CP power supply unit is Connected to multiple pipelines a cathode junctions box shall be provided near the pipelines at the locations of connections of the negative drainage cable to the pipeline. Negative of the CP power source shall be connected to the incoming circuit of the cathode junctions box. the junctions box shall have the saparate out gong circuit one for each pipeline to collect the negative drainage currents from each of the parallel pipeline. The incoming circuit shall have a current measurement facility. Each out going circuit shall have provision for measurement and control for current.
Depending on the size and configuration of anode ground beds fone or more anode junctions boxes shall be provided at each ground bed all cables tails from individual anodes shall be terminated on to respective anode junction boxes which shall be further connected to the main anode junctions box. The main anode steel junction box shall be connected to the cable coming from the CP Power source. Each outgoing circuit in main junction box and each circuit in junctions box shall have provision for measurement and control of individual circuit anode current.
We are instrumental in offering Transformer Rectifier Unit that basically regulates the DC output power from first and second sources of unregulated DC power. This unit is fabricated using advanced technology and includes a transformer having a primary winding that can be connected to AC input power source and first & second secondary windings. These secondary winding develops AC power at a first and second level respectively. For rectifying the AC and DC power, these first and second rectifier circuits are coupled with corresponding first and second DC levels. Between the output of the first rectifier and second rectifier circuit, a switch is coupled. This switch can be operated in the states of first and second switching that facilitates DC output power from one of the rectifier circuits to a load.