Electrolyzer 500 GPH for Brine Chlorination

July 7, 2022 at 10:52 AMadmin


Electro chlorination is the process of generating a solution of Sodium Hypochlorite from three common place and readily available materials - salt, water and electricity.

This process is economically proven to provide a low cost of ownership over the life of the systems. The simple process occurs when a DC voltage is applied to a salt solution flowing between a series of electrodes.

An electrical current results in a chemical reaction which produces a low strength Sodium Hypochlorite solution and used to disinfect water.

Sodium Hypochlorite is made up of the sodium chloride and is a chlorine containing compound that can be used as a disinfectant. It is produced when Chlorine gas is dissolved in sodium hydroxide solution. Our process is based on electrolysis of seawater or brine as it flows through an unseparated electrolytic cell.

The resulting solution exiting the cell is a mixture of seawater, sodium hypochlorite, hydrogen gas and hypochlorous acid.



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