New revolutionary system for water disinfection by sodium hypochlorite production at low salt level through electrolysis
|What is electrolysis? |
Electrolysis is a process where electrical energy will change in chemical energy. The process happens in an electrolyte, a watery solution or a salt melting which gives the ions a possibility to transfer between two electrodes.
Which is the disinfection mechanism?
In the process of electrolysis, the water is exposed to a low-voltage direct current between the electrodes. Salts present in the water between the electrodes will be converted into oxidizing or disinfecting components.
How does the system work?
The chlorinator system electrolytic cells use electricity to convert brine water to a safe dilute sodium hypochlorite solution. The system consist of the following components:
For which application can the chlorinator system be used?
Chlorinator systems are designed for disinfection of drinking- and swimming pool water, odor control of slime and marine growths in e.g. cooling water towers, circulating water and service water systems. It can also be found on board ships, in campers, in sport centers and health care facilities.
The chlorinator system:
How is the chlorinator system installed in swimming pools?
The electrolysis cell will be mounted as last in the filter line, just before the filtered water enters the swimming pool. The electrolysis filter is running when the filter pump is running. The electrolysis process converts the salts in the water into sodium hypochlorite.
Which are the benefits of the chlorinator system application?
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