Commissioning Cathodic Protection and AC Mitigation System Commissioning.
Once installation is complete, commissioning of cathodic protection and AC mitigation systems includes:
Making all connections
Verifying proper operation
Gathering and reporting initial data
Making recommendations for regular inspection and testing
Because corrosion is a time-dependent process, having good baseline data at the time the cathodic protection system is installed is critically important when evaluating a system’s operation several years later. Our commissioning report provides you with a thorough baseline data set, which provides a valuable reference point in future years.
Regular cathodic protection system inspection and testing should be performed to assure the proper operation of the cathodic protection system. Should operating conditions change, a proper inspection and testing program will identify the effect of these changes on the cathodic protection system operation and help determine the need for additional protection:
Qualified ProCorr, Inc. technical personnel can conduct all steps for proper commissioning of your cathodic protection and AC mitigation systems. With ProCorr, Inc., you benefit from:
Over 28 years of experience with all types of cathodic protection systems
Experience testing, installing and maintaining cathodic protection systems for all types of structures throughout the world.
Highly qualified professional and NACE Cathodic Protection engineers and technicians.
Team members with experience on the client side of CP projects
Experience managing multi-million dollar CP projects and corrosion departments of large utilities and pipeline companies.
ProCorr, Inc.’s many proprietary cathodic protection systems that are lower in cost and have longer lives than some commonly used CP systems.