Since its introduction, titanium electrodes have been used in many electrolytic industries. After years of factory production and research, titanium electrodes have found that compared with traditional graphite electrodes and lead-based alloy electrodes, the advantages of titanium electrodes are:
(1) The size of the anode is stable, and the distance between the electrodes does not change during the electrolysis, which can ensure that the electrolysis operation is performed under the condition that the tank voltage is stable;
(2) The working voltage is low, so the power consumption is small, and the DC power consumption can be reduced by 10%-20%.
(3) Titanium anodes have a long working life. In the process of producing chlorine gas by the diaphragm method, metal anodes are resistant to chlorine and alkali corrosion. The anode life has reached more than 6A, while graphite anodes are only 8 months;
(4) It can overcome the dissolution of graphite anodes and lead anodes, avoid pollution to the electrolyte and cathode products, and thus improve the purity of metal products.
(5) It can increase the current density.
(6) In the production of chlor-alkali, the use of titanium anodes results in high product quality, high purity of chlorine, no CO2, and high alkali concentration, which can save heating steam and energy consumption.
(7) Strong corrosion resistance.
(8) Short circuit problems after lead anode deformation can be avoided, and current efficiency can be improved.
(9) The titanium electrode is light and can reduce labor intensity.
(10) Easy shape making and high precision.
(11) The substrate can be used repeatedly