Over the last few years disinfection of both public and private swimming pool waters has evolved, through the production of Hypochlorite directly in the pumping circuit, to electrolysis of the swimming pool’s water, previously additivated with Sodium Chloride in the measure of around 4g/lt.
The cell uses a variable number of small sized electrodes, around 100 cm2 each, and is controlled by a sensor which regulates its use based on the Hyperchlorite’s concentration level in the swimming pool.
The electrodes work alternatively as a Cathode or an Anode with the purpose of eliminating the incrustations of Carbonate of Calcium and Magnesium which form on the surface. For this reason all the electrodes are activated with the coating itself, typically based on Rhutenium Oxide + Iridium Oxide and with a surface treatment of Titanium which makes them resistant to the many polarity inversions the process requires.
We supply both electrodes cut to measure according to the customer’s drawing and sheets of 1 m2 or more when the clients prefer to do the cutting themselves.