The Caiman Clamp is intended for tubulars 2 to 4 ”
Utilizes existing stand-off anode cores.
The Caiman Pipe Anode Clamp from the Imenco Cathodic Protection Systems range of products, utilize the existing standardized stand-off anodes on a structure, making it easy to extend the life of the cathodic protection structure.
The main benefits of choosing a Imenco Retrofit Anode Clamp are the ease of installation and flexible use. The clamp is guided into place by a ROV and tensioned with a torque tool to ensure a good connection.
Stand-off anodes are often used on large structures. Instead of making large or special clamps for installation on items like jacket members, the Caiman Retrofit Pipe Clamp utilizes the existing stand-off anodes. Slim form factor and low weight add to the flexibility and robustness of this design.
Anodes may be attached directly to the clamp, or by a bonding cable to an anode sled.
Imenco has produced ROV installable Retrofit Anode Systems since 1999, which have proved to be very effective and installation friendly. The smart solution cater for compact design, enabling great flexibility in anode attachments.
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