The Seabis Electrolysis Corrosion Prevention Systems all come with a number of basic components (see illustrations on right) plus continuous online support
Component 1. The SeaBis Stray Current Detector
Component 2. Anode Voltage Tester specifically wired with probe plus chart
Component 3. Manual Battery Isolator 275 amp
Component 4. Installation Instructions and
Component 5. " Process of Elimination" Repair Instructions
Component 6. Wiring Diagrams
There are 18 systems available to accommodate various different types of vessels, however, pending on the number of engines a vessel/boat has, the number of battery banks and whether the vessel/boat is isolated or not determines which SeaBis system is suited to that particular vessel.
Systems can also be customized to suite specifications not covered in the available range.
For recreational boats the manual and automatic systems have been designed specifically for ease of handling. These are the DIY (Do-it-yourself) Systems
Full isolation systems have been designed for commercial vessels. These are the Pro (professional) Systems.
A SeaBis Electrolysis Corrosion Prevention Maintenance System has also been designed specifically for "hot" Marinas.
The difference between engines that are isolated and not isolated is determined by:
a. engines that are NOT isolated have one 10 millimeter wire to the starter motor. We suggest for non isolated engines to use the DIY (Do-it-yourself) Systems and
b. engines that ARE isolated have two 10 millimeter wires on each starter motor. The engine body is isolated from both battery negative and positive so that there is no circuit to the water. These are the larger, marine professional engines and we suggest to use the PRO (professional) systems for those.
With the SeaBis Electrolysis Corrosion Prevention Systems no hull or equipment penetration is required. The systems come with a full money back guarantee (conditions apply) and a 2 year manufacturers warranty. The life of anodes and batteries is extended with continuous protection visibly evident. The average cost to install a SeaBis system is generally less than the cost of one repair and the system becomes profitable within 12 months of use.