The coated titanium anode, commonly known as DSA (Dimensionally Stable Anode), also known as DSE (Dimensionally Stable Electrode), is a new type of insoluble anode material developed in the late 1960s. DSA coated titanium anodes are mainly used in two major departments of electrochemistry and electrometallurgy.

The fields of DSA coated titanium anodes are: chlor-alkali industry, chlorate production, hypochlorite production, perchlorate production, persulfate electrolysis, electrolytic organic synthesis, electrolytic extraction of non-ferrous metals, production of electrolytic silver catalysts, Electrolytic method for manufacturing copper foil, electrolytic oxidation for mercury recovery, water electrolysis, chlorine dioxide production, hospital sewage treatment, cyanide-containing wastewater treatment in electroplating plants, disinfection of domestic water and food utensils, treatment of power plant cooling circulating water, wool spinning Treatment of dyeing and finishing wastewater, treatment of industrial water, preparation of acid-base ionized water by electrolysis, galvanizing of copper plate, rhodium plating, palladium plating, gold plating, lead plating, electrodialysis desalination of seawater, electrodialysis to prepare tetramethyl hydroxide Ammonium, molten salt electrolysis, battery production, cathodic protection, production of negative electrode foil, anodization of aluminum foil, etc. Applications include chemical, metallurgical, water treatment, environmental protection, electroplating, electrolytic organic synthesis and other fields.