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AC Zincs ACZ-3/4

Zinc Anode 3/4" Corrosion Grenade
SKU : ACZ-3/4
AC Zincs ACZ-3/4 - Zinc Anode 3/4" Corrosion GrenadeAC Zincs ACZ-3/4 - Zinc Anode 3/4" Corrosion Grenade
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AC Zincs ACZ-3/4 - Zinc Anode 3/4" Corrosion Grenade
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AC Zincs ACZ-3/4 - Zinc Anode 3/4" Corrosion Grenade

The Corrosion Grenade unit protects metal parts by acting as a "sacrificial anode." It corrodes instead of expensive A/C parts like aluminum fins, copper piping, and galvanized steel. The marine and plumbing industries have been using "sacrificial anodes" for decades to protect other functional parts from galvanic corrosion. By adding the Corrosion Grenade to the assembly, the zinc becomes the weakest metal and therefore, is the one that corrodes. Extend the life of your air conditioner or heat pump today.

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AC Zincs ACZ-3/4 - Zinc Anode 3/4" Corrosion Grenade
Weight 0.79 Pound (lb.)
Height 2 Inches (in)
Width 2 Inches (in)
UPC N/A
Length 2 Inches (in)
Brand AC Zincs
Model Family Corrosion Grenade
Color Silver
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Protection for copper forced hot water/baseboard heating system in a slab house? I live in a slab house built in 1964 with a forced hot water baseboard heating system. The piping for that system is all copper. In some places, that copper runs under the slab and comes up through the slab to the baseboard sections. I have already had to replace, due to leaks from corrosion, the copper cold water system which ran in a similar fashion under the slab (those copper pipes were thinner than the heating pipes). Question: would this Corrosion Grenade help protect the pipes in my heating system? If so, should it be installed below ground level, or anywhere on the heating pipes?
AlMonday on Mar 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: These zinc grenades will act as a "sacrificial anode" that first draws corrosion towards them, thus helping preserve your copper piping. They are typically installed on the suction side of the piping and while they should be effective placed most anywhere, you may find it better to have installed on outside/exposed areas. More information can be found at http://www.corrosiongrenade.com/