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Anodes manufacturer hires Martin Flory Group

Performance Metals Products has hired Martin Flory Group to promote its line of sacrificial anodes throughout North America.

Since 2004, Performance Metals Products has manufactured anodes from Navalloy, an alloy that's equally effective in fresh and salt water, lasts 30 percent longer than zinc and up to four times that of magnesium, according to the company.

Made in the United States, they feature the company's innovative Red Spot Wear Indicator that becomes visible when enough material has corroded away. Its website is

"With Navalloy and the wear indicator, Performance Metals Products built a better mousetrap," said Martin Flory Group general manager Kelly Flory in a statement. "Their product line covers a wide range of applications to help boat owners protect their vessels against galvanic corrosion."



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