half-cell reference copper – copper sulfate electrode is easy and convenient to measure electrical potentials for corrosion engineers quickly at site. The copper sulfate half-cell reference electrode is most commonly used to contact the soil. CuSo4 Half Cell measures CP potential and is the most practical and economical criteria to consider in testing for the existence of corrosion on any buried and coated underground pipelines.
For measurement of potentials, a half-cell plug of the copper sulfate electrode is placed firmly against the moist soil at a position relative to the top of the buried underground pipeline.
TAVANA Half-Cell reference cell is ready to use by adding distilled water and removing the conical plug and allows to saturate copper sulfate.