What We Do.
CCSL provide specialist services and systems directly to Main Contractors worldwide to facilitate large scale cathodic protection installations for steel in concrete, historic steel framed buildings, water and soils. CCSL regularly partner with Main Contractors to execute such large cathodic protection contracts at competitive prices on schedule, on budget and minimising Main Contractor risk by the application of our core skills.
Cathodic protection is a technique used to control the corrosion of metal by making it the cathode of an electrochemical cell. Concrete structures are often reinforced using metal bars, therefore it is crucial to protect the metal from corrosion, so it continues to support and strengthen the structure.
Routine cathodic protection monitoring is key to controlling long term repair and maintenance costs on such structures. CCSL’s cathodic protection inspection and testing services are carried out by qualified EN ISO 15257:2017 engineers who ensure quality control systems are established for accurate reporting on asset management. We are able to monitor above and below ground systems to ensure correct corrosion protection is in place and operating efficiently.
We issue detailed monitoring reports, highlighting any corrosion issues which enables design solutions and remedial works to be prioritised.
Corrosion Control Services Limited (CCSL) has specialist experience in the application of cathodic protection in concrete repair works, offering galvanic or impressed current cathodic protection solutions with discrete anodes, ribbon or mesh overlay powered by transformer rectifiers.
The latest technology
CCSL uses the latest technology for the assessment and installation of cathodic protection solutions.
For rebar assessment and corrosion analysis, CCSL uses the Proceq Profometer® 6, an advanced cover meter for precise and non-destructive measurement of concrete cover, rebar diameters and the detection of rebar locations. It provides accurate and comprehensive information and speeds up the reporting process.
The exact mapping of electrical potential measured on the surface of concrete allows the detection of areas with increased corrosion likelihood and is an essential tool for the structural assessment of a concrete structure.
Utilising cutting edge technology, we are able to determine and implement the most effective electrochemical solution and repair options.
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Corrosion Control Services Limited (CCSL) offers specialist consultancy services for all aspects of cathodic protection. Technical support is provided by experienced in-house engineers, ensuring an action-focused response to corrosion issues and practical cathodic protection advice.
CCSL provides comprehensive advice, design, and specifications for galvanic anode and impressed current cathodic protection systems for the protection of structures including bridges, marine structures, tunnels and jetties.
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The CCSL design team devise cathodic protection solutions for steel in concrete structures, highway bridges and steel framed buildings.
To produce a detailed design, CCSL incorporates a specification, calculations, drawings and material requirements, allowing for the straightforward manufacture, installation and operation of the CP system, to the exact requirements of the specification.
By offering a complete design, supply and installation service, CCSL is able to ensure a durable and economic solution, improving the life span of the structure.
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Design - Install - Commission - Monitoring - Testing.
Corrosion Control Services Limited (CCSL) is a leading specialist company in the design, installation, commissioning and monitoring of cathodic protection systems.
Undertaking the investigation and diagnosis of corrosion-related deterioration, CCSL carries out work on reinforced concrete structures, historic and steel-framed buildings, ports and harbours and immersed pipelines, ensuring durability and extending the life span of structures.