Adjust anodes on electrolytic cells to regulate voltage as required.
What does a Cell Tester do?
Adjusts anodes on electrolytic cells to regulate voltage, using handtools: Attaches voltmeter wires to cell and millivoltmeter wires to anode and observes readings to determine adjustments required. Loosens locknut and position nut, using wrenches, to lower anode until specified voltage reading is attained. Records cell voltage readings before and after adjustments and records number of anodes adjusted. May examine and repair defective cells [CELL REPAIRER] or notify maintenance personnel of repairs needed. May clean cells and clear clogged feedlines, using scrapers, brushes, and rod. May seal cell leaks, using putty.