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What The Sea Guardian System Offers Aluminium Boat Owners [Infographic]

The Sea Guardian Aluminium Boat System

So you’ve heard about the Sea Guardian System

Maybe you’ve seen us online, heard about it from a mate or just stumbled upon our site looking for a solution to aluminium boat corrosion (aka electrolysis).

But you’re still not sure what the system is, what it does and how it can help you.

If you’re looking for a bite-size piece of information on the system that you can get a full idea, at a glance, then you’re in the right place.

Check out our infographic below – highlighting the results we’ve found, backed up by the people who have experienced first-hand, our customers.

P.S – For easier readability, try zooming in on the image.

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Put simply, the Sea Guardian is an electronic system, designed to prevent corrosion in painted aluminium boats. 

It does this by applying a negative static charge to the boat, reducing the reactiveness of the aluminium and thus, the rate of corrosion. 

The Sea Guardian System is designed to: 

  • Slow or stop existing corrosion from further developing or spreading 
  • Prevent new corrosion from forming 
  • Prevent Galvanic reaction (areas where dissimilar metals meet – usually aluminium and stainless steel) 
  • Help Protect Paintwork and prevent it from bubbling, spidering, lifting or ‘flaking off’ 
  • Slow paint Oxidization (Oxidization of paint often leads to dull or powdery paint)
If you’d like to know more about the system, such as how it works, costings, installation and more – you can check out the full product through the link below

What It's Designed To Do:

  • Help protect paintwork and prevent it from bubbling, spidering, lifting or ‘flaking off’ 
  • Slow or stop existing corrosion from further developing or spreading 
  • Help prevent new corrosion from forming 
  • Help prevent galvanic reaction (areas where dissimilar metals meet usually aluminium and stainless steel)
  • Slow paint oxidization (oxidization of paint often leads to dull or powdery paint)

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