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How to Build a Marine Metal Corrosion Monitor: Build an Accurate Digital Display Corrosion Monitor For Boats, Marinas, and Yachts (Metal Corrosion in Boats and Yachts)

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If you came to this pace because you have found metal corrosion in a marine environment then this book series is for you. A corrosion monitor is a series of measuring devices installed on an electrical system used in a marine environment that provide real time monitoring of electrical circuits indicating electrical leaks, stray current and sources of electrolysis. Weather If you came to this pace because you have found metal corrosion in a marine environment then this book series is for you. A corrosion monitor is a series of measuring devices installed on an electrical system used in a marine environment that provide real time monitoring of electrical circuits indicating electrical leaks, stray current and sources of electrolysis. Weather it be an on a boat, yacht or in the marina this simple system will provide the operators with a warning helping to prevent serious long term corrosion and other unsafe conditions. Maybe its the on board washing machine with a soon to fail motor winding, or a chafing wire inside a wet dockbox, electrical corrosion has tell tail warning signs that can be viewed real time, often before major damage has been done. The monitor points and explanations shown in this booklet is simple to understand, inexpensive to build, cost effective to install, and built with “off the shelf” devices. No “kit” to purchase, no long term contract, just buy the components and install at your convenience. Note- This booklet is written for the boat owner. While you might find a few spelling mistakes you won't find complex electrical formula. This is a straight forward, how to, simple, get it done approach that has made Scott Fratcher's books a common sight on vessels around the world.


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If you came to this pace because you have found metal corrosion in a marine environment then this book series is for you. A corrosion monitor is a series of measuring devices installed on an electrical system used in a marine environment that provide real time monitoring of electrical circuits indicating electrical leaks, stray current and sources of electrolysis. Weather If you came to this pace because you have found metal corrosion in a marine environment then this book series is for you. A corrosion monitor is a series of measuring devices installed on an electrical system used in a marine environment that provide real time monitoring of electrical circuits indicating electrical leaks, stray current and sources of electrolysis. Weather it be an on a boat, yacht or in the marina this simple system will provide the operators with a warning helping to prevent serious long term corrosion and other unsafe conditions. Maybe its the on board washing machine with a soon to fail motor winding, or a chafing wire inside a wet dockbox, electrical corrosion has tell tail warning signs that can be viewed real time, often before major damage has been done. The monitor points and explanations shown in this booklet is simple to understand, inexpensive to build, cost effective to install, and built with “off the shelf” devices. No “kit” to purchase, no long term contract, just buy the components and install at your convenience. Note- This booklet is written for the boat owner. While you might find a few spelling mistakes you won't find complex electrical formula. This is a straight forward, how to, simple, get it done approach that has made Scott Fratcher's books a common sight on vessels around the world.

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