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  1. Application: Specifically engineered for attaching the anode to the housing unit, this screw plays a crucial role in securing the anode in place to provide corrosion protection to vital components such as gearcases, hulls, or other metal surfaces.
  2. Material Composition: Typically made from corrosion-resistant materials such as stainless steel or brass, the screw ensures durability and longevity even in harsh marine environments where exposure to saltwater and other corrosive elements is common.
  3. Thread Design: The screw features a threaded design that allows it to be securely fastened into corresponding threaded holes or fittings on the housing unit and anode. This ensures a tight and reliable connection, preventing the anode from becoming dislodged during operation.
  4. Size and Specification: The screw is manufactured to precise dimensions and specifications to ensure proper fitment and compatibility with the housing unit and anode. It is crucial to select the correct screw size and thread pitch to ensure a secure attachment.
  5. Installation: Installation of the screw involves threading it into the designated mounting points on the housing unit and anode using appropriate tools such as screwdrivers or wrenches. Proper tightening is essential to ensure a secure and stable connection.
  6. Maintenance: Regular inspection and maintenance of the screw and anode in housing are essential to detect any signs of wear, corrosion, or damage. The screw should be checked periodically and replaced if necessary to maintain the integrity and effectiveness of the anode.
  7. Compatibility: Designed specifically for attaching anodes to housing units, this screw is compatible with various types and sizes of anodes and housing units used in marine propulsion systems.