Martyr Anodes launches new Web site

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Martyr Anodes, a manufacturer of die cast zinc, aluminum and magnesium sacrificial anodes for boats, launched a newly reconstructed Web site that offers an easy-to-use interface.

The Web site includes an "About Corrosion" section that explains important differences between anodes for fresh, salt and brackish waters, and how matching the wrong anode to the wrong waters can be costly.

The site also features a color-coded product system to help match up the engine manufacturer with the right anode and alloy type for the job.

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