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SALCA: Sacrificial Anode Line Cutter Assembly

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Uploaded on Feb 27, 2011

Sea Shield Marine is proud to present its unique and patent pending product, the Sacrificial Anode Line Cutter Assembly "SALCA." For more visit us http://www.zincwarehouse.com/

The "SALCA" is a clever alternative to using conventional anodes (Zincs) and conventional line cutters, by combining the two into a dual-purpose inexpensive unit -- A tough underwater cutting blade attached to a sacrificial anodic (Zinc).

The Sacrificial Anode Line Cutter Assembly is intended for use on all prop/shaft driven aquatic vessels (sail or power) where entanglement is likely from natural or man made hazards, such as in-water plants, or lines.

The SALCA is typically placed forward or aft of the boats strut.
Once the anode has sacrificed itself to protect your boats important underwater metals, and is ready for replacement, the whole unit is simply changed out for another SALCA.... It's a disposable unit that's affordable for all boaters and guaranteed for the life of the anode.

The Sacrificial Anode Line Cutter Assembly is an affordable alternative to the high cost of purchasing, installing, repairing and replacing, conventional Line Cutters.

The cost will not be significantly higher than the replacement cost of the Sacrificial Anode (Zinc) that you already need to have installed for corrosion protection.

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