Over 50 Years of Excellence in Cathodic Protection

About Us

I.C.P - Industrial Cathodic Protection s.r.l., established in 1971, specializes exclusively in the field of Cathodic Protection and is one of the few companies in Europe that designs and constructs plants for both impressed current and sacrifical anodes.

In both cases, we produce the materials ourselves, as our company has an electrical workshop for transformer/rectifier and general accessory assembly, as well as a foundry for the production of various alloys (Magnesium, Aluminum, and Zinc).

With a long-standing presence in the market, our company has gained significant experience in the cathodic protection field, supplying plants for use in a wide range of industrial installations, including platforms, sealines, piers, underground pipelines, underground tanks, storage tanks, heat exchangers, and hulls.


I.C.P - Industrial Cathodic Protection s.r.l has a highly skilled team of technicians capable of designing various types of cathodic protection systems for underground metallic structures, in seawater, freshwater, concrete, and particularly aggressive electrolytes.

Our company can conduct preliminary studies to provide technically and economically advantageous projects. This is made possible through the use of state-of-the-art instruments with essential features to provide crucial data for each specific situation.

Our activities are carried out in compliance with major international standards, including UNI, CEI, BS, DIN, NF, and NACE (NACE Member No. 125452-01)


The research conducted to eliminate or prevent corrosion phenomena can be summarized as follows:

- Gathering general information about the system
- Understanding the materials used
- Identifying the presence of corrosive substances
- Analyzing the environment
- Assessing the presence of mechanical stress

On-site tests:
- Measuring resistivity
- Determining the acidity level of the electrolyte
- Assessing the electrical state with CIPS procedure
- Conducting ON-OFF tests
- Identifying coating faults using DCVG method