Marine Services

In the industry, MME’s Marine Services division is a specialist in ultrasonic thickness and close-up surveys.

Cathodic Protection Systems

MME Group has extensive experience in the design, production and distribution of both sacrificial anodes and impressed current systems (ICCP).

Cathodic Protection Surveys

Cathodic protection is used to control the corrosion of a wide variety of submerged metallic structures. It has proved to be a cost-effective way to extend the life of a structure and to ensure integrity throughout its operating lifetime. MME Group’s inspectors and engineers are globally recognised for their contributions to further developing cathodic protection. Our qualified and experienced staff assists clients in choosing the correct application of cathodic protection technology.

Impressed Current Cathodic Protection

ICCP
ICCP

Our engineers carry out full inspection services on all types of cathodic protection systems, monitoring the degree of protection of your vessel. Inspections can be carried out while afloat and during dry-docking, and consists of:

  • ICCP system inspection
  • Parts inspection
  • Photo coverage
  • Detailed report

Monitoring

Monitoring of Cathodic Protection
Data

MME Group’s cathodic protection and marine growth prevention systems need monitoring, to check the protected structure and the functionality of the system. Depending on the type of system, it can be monitored through an internet connection or by filling out log sheets. The data is subsequently checked by MME engineers.

Sacrificial anodes

Sacrificial Anodes
Sacrificial Anodes

During dry-dock periods, our engineers can provide a full inspection on the status of the sacrificial anodes. This service consists of:

  • Anode inspection
  • Corrosion inspection
  • Detailed report