SAVE YOUR HOT WATER TANK

Anode Rod inside a Water heater
Odors in hot water

ELIMINATE SULFUR SMELL IN 24 HOURS

Each titanium anode rod is specially designed to eliminate odor problems, specifically the rotten egg smell of sulfur, found in hot water with a high magnesium content.

CORROSION

STOPS CORROSION INSIDE TANK

By creating a protective layer on the inside walls and weak points of the tank, our anode rod keeps rust and corrosion from forming and further degrading long-term quality.

SCALLING in water heater

REDUCE LIMESCALE ACCUMULATION

Limiting the limescale in your hot water tank can help reduce the risk of clogs, breakage, slow water output, damage, and even premature wear to ensure safety and efficiency.

automatically adapts to any water heater

AUTOMATICALLY ADAPTS

The CORRO-PROTEC automatically adapts to the type of water present in your tank in order to offer you optimal protection. No matter if your water comes from the city or a well, our products will be able to protect your tank!

CORRO-PROTEC-Powered-Anode-Rod.

For more than 12 years, the Corro-Protec anode prevents and stops corrosion inside hot water tanks.

Our products can really help prevent and stop corrosion from the inside of hot water tanks of all shapes and sizes. In fact, our rods boast a high level of efficiency that can adjust all water types to provide long-term protection that extends the life of your water tank.

Frequently Asked Questions

What People Are Saying

Our hot water from a new 50 gallon heater smelled like rotten eggs as soon as it was installed. We put up with for about 2 months until I found the Powered anode. It was easy to install and much to our great pleasure, the very next morning the smell was gone. I would recommend this product to anyone that has smelly hot water. 

-Robert H. Wilke
 
We had to replace a water heater. Once the new unit was in it took all of about a day for our well water combined with our softener to start creating a horrendous smell that we had never noticed before. This product is easy to install, I used an impact wrench to remove the old/new rod then installed this unit per the instructions. We flushed the tank and let it refill and reheat overnight and have not had the problem since. This item is worth the investment imho due to the fact that it may be able to be moved to another house should we move or if we have to replace this water heater down the line. We're glad we purchased this.
-Lonnie Shewman

Only 24hrs after the install and I would say 99% of my water smell is gone. I would contribute the 1% to just being well water but, the rotten egg smell is gone. I aluminum and magnesium rods with no positive result as my hot water would smell up the entire house with one shower. This is well worth the investment. I highly recommend. 

-Joey

We just bought an older home and the water smelled awful! After you ran it for a few minutes it turned black. It’s city water so it wasn’t a well issue. After some research we decided we needed to replace the anode rod and flush the water heater, which looked brand new. We did this and put the Corro-Protec rod in and haven’t had a problem since. It took about a day for me to not notice the smell anymore. I’m not sure if there was some existing sediment or whatnot that needed to be flushed away, but this thing is amazing!!! Immediately improved the odor to barely noticeable! I should mention that. So glad we bought it. Highly recommend!!!

-Lanabel

I’m pretty critical of snake oil cures given that I’ve gone through 4 anode rods in the last 3 years since I bought a new house, on a well with softened water. The aluminum anode worked best but crapped out in a year while the magnesium rod lasted but gave the awful smell. The reason I went with this unit was that I didn’t have to keep the water heater on high to help kill off the odor. Or so I hope. I just installed this today as my water was starting to smell like sulfur in the shower after a new rod change plus peroxide treatment a month ago. I did nothing but install the new one which literally took 10 minutes. 4 hours later the smell is all but gone.

-Gary

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