a leading company in Croatia and region in the field of Cathodic Protection design, equipment, installation and maintenance for: pipelines, storage tanks, reinforced concrete structures, offshore structures and ships and other specific structures.


Pelješac Bridge construction

Pelješac Bridge is a bridge currently under construction in Croatia, whose purpose is to achieve territorial continuity of the Republic of Croatia; namely, by connecting the southern exclave comprising the bulk of Dubrovnik-Neretva County with the remainder of the Croatian mainland.
Project seriously took corrosion engineering in design phase, therefore cathodic protection is specified as crucial corrosion control method for both; reinforcement in close proximity of sea as well as for subsea piles.
Design and installation got awarded to PA-EL consortium.

AUTOMA Smart Grid Days 2019

We are proud to announce Automa Meeting 2019: Smart Grid Days where PA-EL will present Cathodic protection system on Peljesac bridge.


During EUROCORR 2018 in Krakow two papers related to PA-EL company, one professional and the other scientific, were presented; REHABILITATION OF WATER HEATER TANKS WITH ADVANCED CATHODIC PROTECTION (K. Kekez) and DYNAMIC DC INTERFERENCES ON PIPELINES DETECTED BY SIMULTANEOUS MULTIPARAMETRIC FIELD MEASUREMENTS, FREQUENCY PLOTS AND CROSS WAVELET ANALYSIS (S. Martinez). In general conference was successful meeting point for industry professionals, an annual opportunity to exchange experience.


On May 24th, 2018, at the Congress Center "Antunović", the 15th Croatian seminar on pressure equipment was held. Organized by Energetika marketing and the Croatian Expert-Scientific Association for Energy, Mechanical Engineering and Renewable Energy (HESO) the seminar gathered a large number of participants who are in any way associated with pressure equipment in their daily work, approximately 170 participants.
PA-EL company held a presentation on the topic of „Maintaining and verifying the accuracy of the cathodic protection system on buried steel pressure vessels”.