Commonly used in the Natural Gas Transmission industry, the Dielectric Fitting will prevent current flow resulting
from Impressed Current Cathodic Protection Systems, static electricity or even lightning strikes, from reaching
sensitive monitoring station equipment.
Impressed Current Cathodic Protection Systems involve the application of a low voltage, low amperage direct
current to a pipeline and eventual transfer of corrosive effects to a typically underground anode bed.
If the current flow is not interrupted before reaching the monitoring station critical equipment could be damaged
or rendered inaccurate.
By installing HOKE’s Gyrolok Dielectric Tube Fitting on impulse lines between the pipeline and the monitoring
station, current flow is interrupted while full fluid flow is permitted.