Legacy of Cathodic Protection Solutions, LLC

Cathodic Protection Solutions LLC was established by CEO Joe Gallo Jr. with headquarters in Midland, Texas, USA.

In 1991, when Joe was 22-years old and finding his way in life, he was offered a job in the oil pipeline fields of West Texas. Like an epiphany, Joe found his calling in life and set forth on a life long journey in the cathodic protection, corrosion control field.

After years of demonstrating an innovative passion for cathodic protection and the corrosion control industry, and loyalty to his customer relationships, Joe was awarded a research and development contract to engineer technological improvements in internal pipeline programs.

Today, Cathodic Protection Solutions LLC is comprised of NACE certified corrosion experts specializing in cathodic system design, installation, monitoring, cathodic protection surveys, atmospheric surveys, pipeline coating inspections and internal pipeline corrosion management, ISN contractor services, and custom cathodic equipment repair and manufacturing.

We are committed to 100% customer satisfaction, always providing courteous and responsive service to our customers in order to create a truly satisfactory and long lasting customer experience. The tremendous Pedigree of our products is a result listening very carefully to our customer requirements and addressing all safety, environmental and regulatory requirements.” Joe Gallo, Jr

Joe Gallo Jr. professional certifications include NACE Coating Inspector Level 3, NACE Corrosion Technologist, NACE Internal Corrosion for PipelinesEnergy Worldnet Master Evaluator, and Veriforce Evaluator.

Our NACE certified onsite consultants are responsible for corrosion risk assessment, and monitoring of pipeline and storage tanks of major oil and gas companies. Our ISN Certified consultants produce highly accurate flow rates, internal corrosion rates, and chemical rates. An accurate internal pipeline analysis will produce the most effective mitigation campaign utilizing biocides, inhibitors, solvents, and paraffins to mediate MIC influenced corrosion inside the pipeline.

Cathodic protection prevents corrosion and metal loss in pipelines and crude oil storage tanks. The practice of cathodic protection uses a complex network of rectifiers and buried anodes to provide a specific voltage covering the metal surface of the pipeline to prevent corrosion. The network of power sources are remotely monitored using rectifiers and inspected monthly and annually for proper operation. Regular inspections reduces exposure time  to failed conditions,  corrosion and unrecoverable metal loss in the pipeline.

For more information, please call (432) 230-6955