How To Stop Corrosion, step 1 of 3 identify
Step 1 of 3: identify - corrosion caused by stray current and any moisture.
•Explanation-the original cause of electrolysis:
The cause of corrosive current is the battery ”0” volts terminal. In Kelvin Absolute Law terms (see Wikipedia) is actually at minus 12 volts for a 12 volt battery (24 for 24 volt battery). The metal contains electrons which are negatively charged. So the two negatives repel each other causing electrolysis to dissolve your metal into particles. The Earth is at +1.2 volts so attracts those particles. So your metal corrodes to the Earth. The solution is to use SeaBis to eliminate the cause.
See: Wikipedia electrolysis. Note DC power – the Apparatus power leads are red and black, and first paragraph specifically states DC, not AC(mains or shore power).
•Propeller blades dissolve
•Metal under the paint dissolves
• Welds have a low resistance to current so dissolve first
• White growth - typical corrosion
•Radiator core dissolves so becomes porous
• Patches caused by low resistance to current flow
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