CNT manufactures compact diluted brine’s electrolysis systems, including sea water, for on-site production of Hypochlorite for the purpose of disinfection or to counteract the growth of micro and macro organisms in marine pipelines or in power stations’ cooling.
Electrochorination at its limits. Diluted/Cold feedstock.
Electrochlorination is a well-established industrial electrochemical process where an electric current
passing through a chloride containing electrolyte by means of proper electrodes results in the production of
hypochlorite, a strong oxidizing agent widely used for disinfection purposes. The process efficiency (i.e. the
amount of wasted electric current) together with the electrodes service life are heavily dependent on the
temperature and concentration of the feedstock brine. For low temperature waters, and/or diluted brines,
the electrodes consumption rates can reach relevant values and yield to premature halt of the
electrochlorination plant. In this framework, the Chemical Newtech R&D lab has deeply investigated a
series of alternative MMO coatings able to operate at unfavorable conditions and still guaranteeing a high
chlorine production efficiency, together with an extended service life.
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