Cathodic protection of steel in concrete (ISO 12696:2022)

This document specifies performance requirements for cathodic protection of steel in cement-based concrete, in both new and existing structures. It covers building and civil engineering structures, including carbon steel reinforcement and prestressed reinforcement embedded in the concrete. It is applicable to uncoated steel reinforcement and to organic-coated steel reinforcement. It is not applicable to reinforced concrete containing electrically conductive fibres (e.g. carbon or steel).
This document applies to steel embedded in atmospherically exposed, buried, immersed and tidal elements of buildings or structures.
This document is only applicable to the applications of cathodic protection to steel in concrete which are designed with the intention to, and can be demonstrated to, meet the criteria of protection specified in 8.6. This requires the provision of sufficient performance monitoring systems as specified in 6.3 to all parts of the structure intended to be protected, in order to assess the extent to which the criteria in 8.6 are met.
This document does not apply to galvanic anodes or systems applied into patch repairs to reduce the effects of ‘incipient anodes’. This document does also not apply to any form of cathodic protection systems or other electrochemical treatments that either cannot meet the requirements of 8.6 or are not provided with the performance monitoring systems (see 6.3) that are necessary to assess whether the criteria of protection specified in 8.6 are met.
NOTE 1    Annex A gives guidance on the principles of cathodic protection and its application to steel in concrete.
NOTE 2    This document, while not specifically intended to address cathodic protection of steel in any electrolyte except concrete, can be applied to cathodic protection of steel in other cementitious materials such as are found, for example, in early 20th century steel-framed masonry, brick and terracotta clad buildings. In such applications, additional considerations specific to these structures are required in respect of design, materials and installation of cathodic protection; however, the requirements of this document can be applied to these systems.

Kathodischer Korrosionsschutz von Stahl in Beton (ISO 12696:2022)

Dieses Dokument legt Leistungsanforderungen an den kathodischen Korrosionsschutz von Stahl in Beton auf Zementbasis sowohl in neuen als auch bestehenden Bauwerken fest. Es umfasst die der Luft ausgesetzten Teile von Gebäuden und Tiefbauwerken, einschließlich in Beton eingebetteter nicht vorgespannter und vorgespannter Bewehrung aus Kohlenstoffstahl. Es ist anwendbar auf unbeschichteten und auf organisch beschichteten Bewehrungsstahl. Es ist nicht anzuwenden für bewehrten Beton, der elektrisch leitfähige Fasern (z. B. Kohlenstoff oder Stahl) enthält.
Dieses Dokument gilt für Stahl, der in Teile von Gebäuden oder in Bauwerke eingebettet ist, die der Luft ausgesetzt, erdverlegt oder unter Wasser befindlich oder durch Gezeiten beeinflusst sind.
Dieses Dokument ist nur anzuwenden für die Anwendungen des kathodischen Korrosionsschutzes von Stahl in Beton, die mit dem Ziel der Einhaltung der in 8.6 festgelegten Korrosionsschutzkriterien entwickelt wurden und bei denen sich die Einhaltung dieser Kriterien nachweisen lässt. Hierfür ist die Bereitstellung von ausreichenden Leistungsüberwachungssystemen, wie in 6.3 festgelegt, an allen Teilen des zu schützenden Bauwerks erforderlich, um den Grad, bis zu dem die in 8.6 festgelegten Kriterien erfüllt werden, beurteilen zu können.
Das Dokument ist nicht anzuwenden für galvanische Anoden oder Systeme, die zur Minderung des „Anodeneinleitungseffekts“ in Ausbesserungen eingebracht werden. Das Dokument ist auch nicht anzuwenden für alle Formen von kathodischen Korrosionsschutzsystemen oder sonstigen elektrochemischen Behandlungen, die entweder die Anforderungen nach 8.6 nicht erfüllen können oder nicht mit den Leistungsüberwachungssystemen ausgestattet sind (siehe 6.3), die zur Beurteilung, ob die in 8.6 festgelegten Schutzkriterien erfüllt werden, notwendig sind.
ANMERKUNG 1   Anhang A enthält Leitlinien zu den Grundsätzen des kathodischen Korrosionsschutzes und dessen Anwendung auf Stahl in Beton.
ANMERKUNG 2   Dieses Dokument, das zwar nicht speziell für den kathodischen Schutz von Stahl in irgendeinem Elektrolyten, ausgenommen Beton, vorgesehen ist, kann für den kathodischen Schutz von Stahl in anderen zementartigen Werkstoffen, wie sie z. B. bei in Stahlrahmen eingesetztem Mauerwerk, Bausteinen und mit Terrakotta verkleideten Bauwerken aus dem frühen 20. Jahrhundert zu finden sind, angewendet werden. Bei derartigen Anwendungen sind zusätzliche Überlegungen für diese Bauwerke hinsichtlich Ausführung, Werkstoffen und Einbau des kathodischen Schutzes erforderlich; die Anforderungen des vorliegenden Dokumentes können jedoch auf diese Systeme angewendet werden.

Protection cathodique de l’acier dans le béton (ISO 12696:2022)

Katodna zaščita jekla v betonu (ISO/FDIS 12696:2022)

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
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01-april-2021
Katodna zaščita jekla v betonu (ISO/DIS 12696:2021)
Cathodic protection of steel in concrete (ISO/DIS 12696:2021)
Kathodischer Korrosionsschutz von Stahl in Beton (ISO/DIS 12696:2021)
Protection cathodique de l’acier dans le béton (ISO/DIS 12696:2021)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: prEN ISO 12696
ICS:
77.060 Korozija kovin Corrosion of metals
77.140.15 Jekla za armiranje betona Steels for reinforcement of
concrete
91.080.40 Betonske konstrukcije Concrete structures
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2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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Foreword ..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................v

Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................vi

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Normative references ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 1

3 Terms and definitions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 2

4 General ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3

4.1 Quality management systems .................................................................................................................................................... 3

4.2 Persons .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 3

4.3 Design ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3

5 Structure assessment and repair ........................................................................................................................................................ 4

5.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

5.2 Records .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

5.3 Visual inspection and delamination survey ................................................................................................................... 4

5.4 Chloride analysis ................................................................................................................................................................................... 4

5.5 Carbonation depth measurement ........................................................................................................................................... 4

5.6 Concrete cover and reinforcement location................................................................................................................... 5

5.7 Reinforcement electrical continuity ..................................................................................................................................... 5

5.8 Steel/concrete potential ................................................................................................................................................................. 5

5.9 Concrete electrical resistivity ..................................................................................................................................................... 5

5.10 Repair .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 6

5.10.1 General...................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

5.10.2 Concrete removal............................................................................................................................................................. 6

5.10.3 Reinforcement preparation .................................................................................................................................... 6

5.10.4 Concrete reinstatement ............................................................................................................................................. 6

5.11 Cementitious overlay ......................................................................................................................................................................... 7

5.12 New structures ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 7

6 Cathodic protection system components .................................................................................................................................... 8

6.1 General ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

6.2 Anode systems ......... ................................................................................................................................................................................ 8

6.2.1 General...................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

6.2.2 Conductive coating anode systems .................................................................................................................. 9

6.2.3 Activated titanium anode systems .................................................................................................................10

6.2.4 Titania ceramic anodes ...........................................................................................................................................11

6.2.5 Conductive cementitious anodes ....................................................................................................................11

6.2.6 Embedded galvanic anodes .................................................................................................................................11

6.2.7 Surface-mounted galvanic anodes .................................................................................................................12

6.2.8 Buried and immersed anodes............................................................................................................................12

6.3 Monitoring sensors ..........................................................................................................................................................................14

6.3.1 General...................................................................................................................................................................................14

6.3.2 Portable reference electrodes ...........................................................................................................................14

6.3.3 Other sensors ...................................................................................................................................................................15

6.4 Monitoring instrumentation ....................................................................................................................................................15

6.4.1 General...................................................................................................................................................................................15

6.4.2 Digital meters ..................................................................................................................................................................16

6.4.3 Data loggers ......................................................................................................................................................................16

6.5 Data management system ..........................................................................................................................................................17

6.6 Direct current cables .......................................................................................................................................................................17

6.7 Junction boxes .......................................................................................................................................................................................18

6.8 Power supplies .....................................................................................................................................................................................19

6.9 Transformer-rectifiers ......... ..........................................................................................................................................................19

7 Installation procedures ..............................................................................................................................................................................20

7.1 Electrical continuity ........................................................................................................................................................................20

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7.2 Performance monitoring system ..........................................................................................................................................21

7.3 Connections to steel in concrete ...........................................................................................................................................22

7.4 Concrete repairs associated with the cathodic protection components ............................................22

7.5 Surface preparation for anode installation..................................................................................................................22

7.6 Anode installation .............................................................................................................................................................................22

7.7 Connections to the anode system ........................................................................................................................................23

7.8 Anode overlay, surface sealant or decorative coating application ..........................................................23

7.9 Electrical installation ......................................................................................................................................................................24

7.10 Testing during installation .........................................................................................................................................................24

8 Commissioning ....................................................................................................................................................................................................25

8.1 Visual inspection ................................................................................................................................................................................25

8.2 Pre-energizing measurements ...............................................................................................................................................25

8.3 Initial energizing of impressed current systems ....................................................................................................26

8.4 Initial adjustment of impressed current systems ..................................................................................................26

8.5 Initial performance assessment ............................................................................................................................................26

8.6 Criteria of protection: Interpretation of performance assessment data ............................................28

9 System records and documentation ..............................................................................................................................................29

9.1 Quality and test records ...............................................................................................................................................................29

9.2 Installation and commissioning report ..........................................................................................................................29

9.3 Operation and maintenance manual .................................................................................................................................29

10 Operation and maintenance ..................................................................................................................................................................30

10.1 Intervals and procedures ............................................................................................................................................................30

10.2 System review .......................................................................................................................................................................................31

10.3 System review report .....................................................................................................................................................................31

Annex A (informative) Principles of cathodic protection and its application to steel in concrete ...32

Annex B (informative) Design Process ............................................................................................................................................................40

Annex C (informative) Notes on anode systems .....................................................................................................................................47

Annex D (informative) Notes on reference electrodes ....................................................................................................................52

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................56

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Foreword

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iso/ foreword .html.

This document was prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 156, Corrosion of metals and alloys and

CEN/TC 219, Cathodic protection of steel in concrete.

This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition (ISO 12696:2016), which has been technically

revised.
The main changes compared to the previous edition are as follows:
— 3.1 “steel surface ratio” has been added;
— 8.6 has been revised;

— Annex A has been revised: the figures in Annex A has been updated; A.7 has been moved to the new

Annex D and a new Clause A.7 “Benefits of Cathodic Protection Current when Criteria in 8.6 are not

fully met” has been added;
— Annex B has been revised completely;
— New Annex D;
— C.5 “Hybrid anodes” has been added;
— The references in the whole document has been revised.

Any feedback or questions on this document should be directed to the user’s national standards body. A

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Introduction

This document applies to cathodic protection of steel in concrete, with the concrete atmospherically

exposed, buried or immersed.

Because the criteria of protection for steel in buried or immersed concrete are those applicable to

cathodic protection of steel in atmospherically exposed concrete, this revision of EN 12696:2016

incorporates cathodic protection of steel in buried and immersed concrete. The provision of cathodic

protection current can often be more economically provided to steel in buried and immersed concrete

by using buried or immersed anode systems detailed in International Standards for buried and

immersed steel structures, rather than the anode systems that are suitable for applications to steel

in atmospherically exposed concrete. Therefore, reference is made to other International Standards in

this respect while the cathodic protection performance criteria for steel in concrete are defined in this

document for all exposures.

There are other electrochemical treatments intended to provide corrosion control for steel in concrete.

These techniques include re-alkalization and chloride extraction and are not incorporated into this

document. EN 14038-1:2016 and prEN 14038-2:2019 have been published.

Cathodic protection of steel in concrete is a technique that has been demonstrated to be successful in

appropriate applications in providing cost effective long-term corrosion control for steel in concrete.

It is a technique that requires specific design calculations and definition of installation procedures in

order to be successfully implemented. This document does not represent a design code for cathodic

protection of steel in concrete, but represents a performance standard for which it is anticipated, in

order to comply with this document, a detailed design and specification for materials, installation,

commissioning and operation will be prepared by expert and experienced persons.
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Cathodic protection of steel in concrete
1 Scope

This document specifies performance requirements for cathodic protection of steel in cement-based

concrete, in both new and existing structures. It covers building and civil engineering structures,

including carbon steel reinforcement and prestressed reinforcement embedded in the concrete. It is

applicable to uncoated steel reinforcement and to organic-coated steel reinforcement. It is not applicable

to carbon fibre reinforced concrete.

This document applies to steel embedded in atmospherically exposed, buried, immersed and tidal

elements of buildings or structures.

This document applies only to the applications of cathodic protection to steel in concrete which are

designed with the intention to, and can be demonstrated to, meet the Criteria of Protection as defined

in 8.6. This requires the provision of sufficient performance monitoring systems as defined in 6.3 to all

parts of the structure intended to be protected, in order to assess the extent to which the Criteria in 8.6

are met.

This may exclude from the Scope of this document galvanic anodes or systems applied into patch repairs

to reduce the effects of ‘incipient anodes’. This may also exclude from the Scope of this document any

form of cathodic protection systems or other electrochemical treatments that either cannot meet the

requirements of 8.6 or are not provided with the performance monitoring systems (see 6.3) that are

necessary to assess whether the Criteria of Protection as defined in 8.6 are met.

NOTE 1 Annex A gives guidance on the principles of cathodic protection and its application to steel in concrete.

NOTE 2 This document, while not specifically intended to address cathodic protection of steel in any

electrolyte except concrete, can be applied to cathodic protection of steel in other cementitious materials such as

are found, for example, in early 20th century steel-framed masonry, brick and terracotta clad buildings. In such

applications, additional considerations specific to these structures are required in respect of design, materials

and installation of cathodic protection; however, the requirements of this document can be applied to these

systems.
2 Normative references

The following documents are referred to in the text in such a way that some or all of their content

constitutes requirements of this document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For

undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies

EN 1504 (all parts), Products and systems for the protection and repair of concrete structures —

Definitions, requirements, quality control and evaluation of conformity

EN 14629, Products and systems for the protection and repair of concrete structures — Test methods —

Determination of chloride content in hardened concrete

EN 14630, Products and systems for the protection and repair of concrete structures — Test methods —

Determination of carbonation depth in hardened concrete by the phenolphthalein method

ISO 15257, Cathodic protection — Competence levels of cathodic protection persons — Basis for a

certification scheme

IEC 60502-1, Power cables with extruded insulation and their accessories for rated voltages from 1 kV

(Um = 1,2 kV) to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV) — Part 1: Cables for rated voltages of 1 kV (Um = 1,2 kV) and 3 kV

(Um = 3,6 kV)
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IEC 60529, Degrees of protection provided by enclosures (IP Code)

IEC 61140, Protection against electric shock — Common aspects for installation and equipment

IEC 61558-1, Safety of power transformers, power supplies, reactors and similar products — Part 1: General

requirements and tests

IEC 61558-2-1, Safety of power transformers, power supplies, reactors and similar products — Part 2-1:

Particular requirements and tests for separating transformers and power supplies incorporating separating

transformers for general applications

IEC 61558-2-2, Safety of power transformers, power supplies, reactors and similar products — Part 2-2:

Particular requirements and tests for control transformers and power supplies incorporating control

transformers

IEC 61558-2-4, Safety of transformers, reactors, power supply units and similar products for supply voltages

up to 1 100 V — Part 2-4: Particular requirements and tests for isolating transformers and power supply

units incorporating isolating transformers

IEC 61558-2-13, Safety of transformers, reactors, power supply units and similar products for supply

voltages up to 1 100 V — Part 2-13: Particular requirements and tests for auto transformers and power

supply units incorporating auto transformers

IEC 61558-2-16, Safety of transformers, reactors, power supply units and similar products for voltages

up to 1 100 V — Part 2-16: Particular requirements and tests for switch mode power supply units and

transformers for switch mode power supply units

IEC 62262, Degrees of protection provided by enclosures for electrical equipment against external

mechanical impacts (IK code)
3 Terms and definitions

For the purposes of this document, the terms and definitions given in ISO 8044 and EN 1504 (all parts)

and the following apply.

ISO and IEC maintain terminological databases for use in standardization at the following addresses:

— ISO Online browsing platform: available at https:// www .iso .org/ obp
— IEC Electropedia: available at http:// www .electropedia .org/
3.1
steel surface ratio
ratio of surface area of steel to surface area of concrete
3.2
zone
part of a cathodic protection system

Note 1 to entry: Anode systems can be divided into separate zones to supply current to a fully continuous

reinforcement mesh. Alternatively, a single anode zone can supply current to separate, electrically isolated,

zones within the reinforcement system. Zones can comprise an individual anode zone for each reinforcement

zone or exposure condition. As the current provision to each of the zones in each of these alternatives can be

separately measured, all of them are generically called “cathodic protection zones” and specifically “anode zones”

or “cathode zones”.
3.3
humectant
hygroscopic material, i.e. a substance that promotes the retention of moisture

Note 1 to entry: It can be applied to the surface of a galvanic anode to keep the concrete-anode interface moist.

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