Enclosures for Cathodic Protection

Enclosures the Corrosion Industry

Cathodic Protection is the technology to stop or prevent the protected metal structure from electrochemical corrosion. It is used extensively in the oil and gas industry.

Cathodic protection systems are most commonly used to protect steel, water, and fuel pipelines, wellhead casings and tanks, steel pier piles, and offshore oil platforms. Buried metal structures will experience a galvanic reaction with the ground, which results in the corrosion of the metal structure, which can lead to mechanical failure and can be extremely costly, and deadly.

From bridges to ships to oil pipelines.  Fibox enclosures make the ideal rust free, corrosion resistant junction boxes for cathodic protection rectifiers, anode bond boxes, test stations, and monitoring systems.



Junction Boxes for Cathodic Protection

Junction boxes are used to connect all the different CP equipment, ensuring secure access and easy inspection. Fibox manufactures a variety of unpopulated enclosures and junction boxes in non-conductive, corrosion-resistant polycarbonate.

You can easily add DIN-rail or back panel mounted components. Whether you are creating a simple anode splitter or a sophisticated control and monitoring system, our junction boxes are customizable to your specifications.

Available ratings include UL listed type 4, 4X, & 6P.

When designing your next corrosion detection/ prevention  project a few things to consider; robust, lightweight NEMA 4X/6P polycarbonate offers superior impact resistance than metal or fiberglass.

Fibox’s UV inhibitors prevent the box from drying out, de-laminating and cracking in extended sunlight like fiberglass, while the formed-in-place PUR gasket ensures a dry dust-free watertight environment regardless of how inhospitable your project location is.

With a product size range of 2x2x2 to 32x24x12 inches Fibox has your design needs covered.

Lastly, polycarbonate is WiFi friendly or radio-transparent, making them perfect for wireless telemetry with the added costs of an external antenna.


Contact us to learn how we can help you with you corrosion project.