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DAC-Anode® Conductive Coating for ICCP

dac-anode-wb.jpgThe DAC-Anode is a distributed impressed current cathodic protection anode system originally known as DAC-85.  The system has been successfully used for over 30 years with 10 to 20 years of expected service life.  The DAC-Anode system is used as a non-destructive corrosion mitigation solution for aging concrete infrastructure such as parking structures, condominium balconies and walkways, and similar structures in a corrosive environment.

DAC-Anode WB

A single component, single coat, electrically conductive coating that is applied by brush, roller or spray to the surface of concrete.  DAC-Anode is applied between 8 to 12 mils (200-300 microns) dry film thickness.  The material dries in 3 to 4 hours and can be recoated in 4 to 6 hours.

DAC-Anode Overcoat

A flexible acrylic, crack and weather resistant topcoat for an attractive finish over DAC-Anode WB.   The DAC-Anode overcoat is applied at 3.5 to 7 mils (87.5 to 175 microns) dry film thickness and is available in an array of colors to achieve an aesthetically pleasing matte appearance.  The material is tack free in 2 hours and achieves full cure in 4 to 7 days.

DAC-Anode Distribution Wire

A tri-metal composite wire is used as the primary current distributor to the DAC-Anode coating. The platinum clad anode wire is placed at a typical spacing of 8.2 to 16.4 feet (2.5 to 5 m) on center.