Sacrificial Anode (Aluminum)

Sacrificial Aluminum Alloy Anode protects the Ice Eater against corrosion and electrolysis.  This anode is an absolute must-have for salt and brackish water applications.

$20

Sacrificial Anode (Aluminum)

Aluminum Alloy Anodes are a sacrificial metal with one purpose; to prevent and deter corrosion of underwater metals in the Ice Eater and other off-brand de-icers.
Inspect the Aluminum Anode periodically (at least every 2-3 months) for deterioration and/or corrosion.
You must replace the Aluminum Anodes when it has been reduced to half of the original size (original size – 1.5″ Diameter x 1.25″ Tall).
Failure to operate the Ice Eater with the anode could result in deterioration and contamination of the Ice Eater metals and may void your warranty.

Aluminum is Better than Zinc
  • Aluminum Anodes are the best choice of sacrificial anodes for all water types.
  • Proven to last longer than Zinc Anodes due to increased capacity.
  • Zinc Anodes, when used in fresh or brackish water, are prone to developing a calcareous coating. This layer of calcium carbonate appears whitish and essentially puts a zinc anode to sleep. Many watermen mistakenly perceive these especially “long-lived” zinc anodes to be effective.
  • Unlike Zinc Anodes, Aluminum Anodes have zero cadmium in the alloy, making Aluminum Anodes environmentally friendly and suitable for all uses.
Size Guide

One size fits all Ice Eaters and all off-brand de-icers with a 1/2″ shaft.

Installation Guide

Allen wrench included with Aluminum Anode.

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 6 in

QUESTIONS ON WHICH MODEL OR SIZE YOU NEED?

Contact us and we will be happy to explain which model and mounting solution is best for your lakefront property.

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