How to stop metal corrosion
In 10 days without SeaBis, electrolysis - metal corrosion - can be seen. Fit SeaBis to every non parallel battery bank now! And stop electrolysis permanently. Email Glen Bishop
Eliminate metal corrosion, permanently, 3 steps:
1. Identify the type of corrosion
2. Locate the cause
3. Follow How to Stop Metal Corrosion to eliminate the cause
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And locate the cause:
Connect , battery positive and negative and Sense wire to metal /engine body. N.B. SeaBis must be permanently installed as moisture, new equipment, insulation failure and carbon dust from motor brushes will re-occur. SeaBis will indicate electrolysis by a Traffic Light System:
Normal no danger of metal corrosion
Caution you may be able to see the metal corrosion in a year
Serious you will be able to see the metal corrosion in 6 months
you will be able to see the metal corrosion in 3 months
battery life is halved because of excessive AC voltage. Your electronics are at risk
To identify the cause: Disconnect equipment until you have Normal. The last thing you disconnected was the cause. Then:
Step 3: Now eliminate the cause of metal corrosion-follow How to Stop Metal Corrosion:
To eliminate the cause of metal corrosion follow How to Stop Metal Corrosion supplied with SeaBis. Now anodes and coatings/platings will work as designed. Full training and diagnostic support included with SeaBis Master System.
You now have enough knowledge to eliminate the cause, permanently. Without additional plating or coatings. We eliminate the cause - stray electrical current. Where there is no stray current with *electrolysis capability there can be no electrolysis. * We use a microprocessor to filter out current without electrolysis capability and indicate accurately by a Traffic Light System.
Complete How To Stop Metal Corrosion and our Master System 5 year money back guarantee applies: We will either eliminate all electrolysis or refund your money. Initial advice free: Contact us and we will assist. E-mail:
Multi meters must fail. Reason:
Sample testimonial with verification:
Glen Bishop: Peter is the first to admit he had very little electrical knowledge and communication via satellite was difficult. However we succeeded and eliminated all electrolysis and the causes.
I have a live on board steel hull yacht with very expensive electrolysis. The SeaBis alarms Critical on battery negative.
Glen Bishop: Disconnect battery negative from the hull and run direct to battery negative, until SeaBis indicates Normal. I am glad you are using SeaBis, not a multimeter. The cause of electrolysis is specific electrical current and multi-meters cannot measure electrolysis. They will only confuse you.
I have completed the changes and testing of my electrical system. There are 2 systems: Engine and house.
Engine: I now isolate the starting battery and alternator with switches in the positive and negative cables when the engine is not needed for motoring or battery charging. This also isolates the anchor windlass.
House: I also isolate the positive and negative of the second alternator mounted on the engine for charging the house bank. The house system now 'floats'.
When I attach the SeaBis to the positive and negative of the house bank and the green/yellow to the hull, the SeaBis reads 'caution' on the negative side. This is a remarkable result from before.
The 'caution' means that there is a very small corroding current which I will attempt to track down in due course but I can live with this now. It means that the severe corrosion will now cease. There is a small fault in the negative side of the house circuit.
Please comment on the above.
Glen Bishop: All fixed Peter. The Caution is just that Caution. It will wait until you are ready.
My knowledge commenced with Submarine Service:
In doubt? Ask any manufacturing jeweler how he plates gold. The gold is your metal/engine/hull damp and the jewelry is the Earth.
•Any difficulties contact me: or phone +61 for Australia then (0)417 878 773 /+61 (0)8 8552 6584, or Skype: seabis1
By Glen Bishop