Been researching this topic on TFP for a while and Googling, but I seem to go in circle.. so reaching out for help!
Situation: while closing our pool the technician pointed out the oxidation on our ladders at the contact with the anchors (turning black). He said we have a pool with SWG and stainless steel ladders in Aluminium anchors. Anchors should have been Brass.
He went on to recommend installing a sacrificial anode. I was going to get a Pool Tool 2" Inline Zinc Anode 104-D.
But then I read:
Where is says: "You should also make sure there is no aluminum connected to that same bonding wire (if there is, then the sacrificial anode should be magnesium, not zinc)"
We have our ladders anchors in Aluminium bonded to the pool... Now this is where I started going in circle...
Any help appreciated....