Electrolysis Process

Diagram [ Pretreatment ]
Diagram [ Mainstream ]
Diagram [ After treatment ]
Direct oxidation
Organic matter (R) reacts with hydroxide ions adsorbed by oxidizing anode and decomposes into carbon dioxide, water or hydrogen ion.
Indirect oxidation
Electrochemical reaction of organic matter removed by indirect oxidation involves simultaneous occurrence of electrolysis and anodic oxidation of chlorine. Hypochlorous acid is formed on the surface of electrode and organic matter is oxidized.
  • Efficient treatment of non-degradable and highly toxic substances in wastewater
  • All-weather use embracing high temperature above 40℃ and low temperature below 15℃
  • Appropriate for seawater and wastewater with high salt concentration
  • Energy reduction achieved by selective use of electrodes for different target substances
  • Removal of oil and suspended substances using micro bubbles of 10㎛
  • Outstanding quality of treated water
  • Minimized cost of power and chemicals
  • Minimized emission due to low water content rate of scum
  • Additional effects such as discoloration, BOD, COD, etc.

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