To successfully remove your old anode and install your Corro-Protec, certain tools are required. A ratchet wrench fitted with a 1 1/16” socket will be necessary for the removal process. Meanwhile, a socket of 1 3/16” size or an adaptable wrench is recommended for the installation of the Corro-Protec. In addition, a square-headed screwdriver and universal pliers should also be at hand for the operation.
If you have an impact wrench, this could help you remove a stuck sacrificial anode rod.
Cleaning and emptying your water heater is important for its proper functioning. It may not be the first thing you think of when taking care […]
The thermostat in a hot water heater plays a critical role in monitoring and regulating the water’s temperature. When it’s working efficiently, you’ll have a […]
Corro-Protec’s anode rod for water heaters fits any residential tank on the market. Get the most durable and versatile anode available.
Our RV’s powered anode rod fits all Suburban RV water heaters. Enjoy the power of our permanent corrosion protection and more.