1. Application field: Sodium hypochlorite generator Anti-fouling treatment of cooling water for nuclear power Ballast water treatment Domestic sewage treatment
2. Product specifications: component type or tube electrode or plate electrode according to drawing processing
3. Anode life: 500-1500A / m2 more than 2 years
4. Product use background and introduction:
The principle of producing sodium hypochlorite by electrode method is to use diaphragmless electrolysis to generate sodium hypochlorite through a homogeneous secondary chemical reaction. The reaction principle of the anode is electrolysis of sodium chloride (tablet-shaped) put into a swimming pool. During electrolysis, sodium hypochlorite is formed. The most suitable salt concentration is 3% -5%. The electrodes used in sodium hypochlorite generators are plate electrodes and tube electrodes.
The anode material can be coated titanium electrode. The mixed oxide coated titanium anode has a long service life. The overpotential of this coated titanium anode is relatively low, the efficiency of chlorine evolution current is high, and the energy saving effect is good.
Sodium hypochlorite generator is divided into two categories according to the use of sanitation and environmental protection. At present, the titanium anodes produced by our company are used in sanitation and disinfection: swimming pool disinfection, tableware disinfection, sanitary food disinfection and other sodium hypochlorite generators directly related to human health. In terms of environmental protection, there are mainly sodium hypochlorite generators for hospital sewage treatment and various industrial wastewater treatment. Titanium anode specifications, shapes and coating performance requirements can be processed according to customer needs.
The water is passed through the electronic processor to receive the electronic field treatment, and has the ability to prevent the deposition of dirt, destroy the old dirt and kill Bacillus subtilis, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, cholera, injury bacteria, dysentery bacillus, Salmonella, and E. coli.