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1565 Sacrificial Anode - Water Heaters - Introduction
1565 Sacrificial Anode - Water Heaters - Introduction -

Image Text: The sacrificial anode (also called an anti-corrosion rod) is typically made of magnesium > it is used to attract corrosive elements so that the tank itself will not corrode as quickly > it can be replaced when it is badly corroded > cold water > hot water > electrical supply > sacrificial anode rod > cold water inlet > electric water heater

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