POWERED ANODE ROD – GETTING RID OF SMELLY WATER/ROTTEN EGG SMELL IN YOUR WATER HEATER

Rotten eggs smell? why is your water heater water smelling funky?

Why does my water smell like rotten eggs?

There are many reasons why your hot water smells like rotten eggs, but the most common one is sulfur bacteria (SRB). These bacteria feed on sulfur, and they produce hydrogen sulfide gas as waste. It is the gas that dissolves in water that causes the water to smell like spoiled eggs. Though the smell is bad, the bacteria in the water are not hazardous to your health. The chemical reaction between your water, which often contains high levels of magnesium, and the magnesium anode rod in the water heater tank is also a common cause of this problem. You may be able to stop the chemical reaction by removing the anode rod. However, we don't recommend you do that because the water heater will not have any corrosion protection. The water heater will corrode faster and cost you much more to replace when it breaks.

Powered anode rods

How can a powered/electric anode rod solve it?

As opposed to sacrificial anode rods, Corrosion Guard, Powered Anode Rods are a long-term solution that does not require maintenance. Powered anodes can be installed in a wide range of water heaters including 10 to 120 gallon ones. In contrast to sacrificial anode rods, powered anode rods use electrical pulses to prevent corrosion damaging the interior of your tank. These pulses completly stops the corrosion process.

Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 10-39 gallons - AnodeFactory
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 10-39 gallons - AnodeFactory
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 10-39 gallons - AnodeFactory
Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 10-39 gallons - AnodeFactory

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Alan Peterson
Jag gillar det väldigt mycket!

Fungerar bra som förväntat

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Charles Hall

It's working great.

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Ben Black
Do it right, do it once. Double or triple the life of your hot water heater with an electric anod...

An excellent concept to replace the sacrificial anode rods that nobody ever remembers to check or replace. This gem will save homeowners potentially thousands of dollars in hot water tank replacements. The shipping was very expedient.

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Gary Vanskike

Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons

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Rod MacIntyre

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Corrosion Guard - Powered Anode Rod for water heaters, 40-89 gallons

1,118.75 kr
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Corrosion Guard

Water Heater Powered Titanium Anode Rod (40-89 Gallon Tank), 3/4" NPT thread

  • 24-HOUR ROTTEN EGG SMELL ELIMINATION

  • STOPS CORROSION WITHIN 24 HOURS

  • 20 YEAR WARRANTY

  • FITS ANY BRAND (except Bradford White)

 

Sacrificial anode VS Powered anode

There are a few things to point out, which clearly makes the powered anode come out on top in this comparison. The Powered anode is made with stable materials that do not disintegrate, which means that it won't leave any residue in your tank. 

The powered anode rod also gives permanent protection and does not need to be changed with frequent intervals as a traditional anode rod does. 

This means, comparing in both economic and environmental terms, that the powered anode rod definitely wins over time. Being the more economical and effective option. 

 

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