C-Gard™ & C-Sentry™ – Sacrificial Anodes Protecting Against Corrosion


C-Sentry Anodes for the sacrificial protection of steel using aluminium and zinc alloys have been supplied worldwide by Impalloy for over 40 years. We have recently introduced the C-Gard brand to aid the identifcation of our anodes. Flush mounted and tank anodes are identified by the C-Sentry brand and bracelet and platform anodes are identified by the C-Gard brand.

An investment in our fabrication facilities has provided an unrivalled resource in the area, with pipe bending to 4″ of 12 metre lengths, brake press, plate rollers and machining. Welder qualifications to 15mm in 30mm parent materials complements this extensive facility.

We specialise in manufacturing larger platform, bracelet and flush mounted anodes, in sizes up to 4000Kg to the exacting standards of the offshore industry. We have developed our expertise in the provision of the documents packs to the latest stringent offshore standards. Our long track record is proof of our expertise in this area.

Extensive testing using modern equipment is backed up by our DNV certification of our alloy.

We are situated some 20 minutes from the M6 and M6 toll, within 40 minutes of Birmingham airport and within walking distance of local trains. This ideal location gives us simple communications being centrally located in the UK.

Sacrificial anodes are used on pipelines, platforms, subsea structures; wind turbine foundations and monopiles, wave and tidal generators; quay and harbour walls, jetties & pontoons, dock gates; ships and boats hulls, ballast, grey and potable watertanks; power station intake screens; storage tanks. In short anywhere steel is immersed in water, anodes will be found.

Cathodic Protection for pipeline


Statoil P12 Bracelet anode contract – Friday, June 11, 2010

We are pleased to announce that Statoil have chosen us to supply anodes for the P12 pipeline exporting gas from the Troll gas field.

The 36″ bracelet anodes will be supplied during the summer under the longstanding and recently extended frame agreement

New Plasma Cutter Commissioned – Friday, June 11, 2010

We have just taken delivery of a new plasma cutter, in our recently reorganised and refitted fabrication shop.

The plasma cutter is linked to our CAD system so that mould components can be made more accurately and quicker.

This major investment demonstrates our shareholders passion for Impalloy insureing we stay in the forefront of anode supply to major pipeline, platform and offshore projects.

3D Anode Models – Friday, June 11, 2010

We have now completed the first phase of our 3D project. with CAD models of our anode designs created and linked together.

From anode design to a full drawing set is now much quicker, with details of all assembly and component drawings available to our fabrication, casting and quality teams.

Future plans include linking these to a Plasma cutter and making the 3D models available on our web site

C-Gard Anodes shipping to Burntisland Fabrications Ltd for Ormonde wind farm – Thursday, October 08, 2009

Impalloy has secured the manufacture and supply of anodes to Burntisland Fabrications Ltd for the Ormonde wind farm jackets. The 340 tonnes of 2377XP anodes will be shipped over the next 9 months in 50 tonne monthly loads in line with their production requirements.

C-Gard bracelet anodes shipped for KARAN gas field development – Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Impalloy has just successfully completed shipment of 6 containers of C-Gard anodes for J.Ray McDermott Middle East to Damam Port. The 105 tonnes of 20” and 36” C-Gard bracelet anodes are destined to protect the submarine pipelines for the Saudi Aramco –KARAN Gas Field Development.

Impalloy move to Opera – Thursday, August 20, 2009

Impalloy Limited upgraded it ‘s Sales Order and Account processing platform to Pegasus Opera on the 1st July

Alison Thomas commented that this exciting investment will improve the order processing activities, and more closely integrate the various functions of the business. Customers will see a slight change to order acknowledgement layout and the presentation of invoices.

Ross Fielding said that customers will see more detailed descriptions to help them understand the products they are ordering.