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Electrolysis/electrochemical effluent treatment for wastewater management and treatment applicable to various sectors.
Electrocoagulation (EC) uses electrochemistry to separate the contaminants in your waste water.
When an electric current is applied to a metal electrode within the system, the metal dissolves throughout the wastewater. The contaminants in the water are attracted to the metal particles and stick to them.
The waste water is then mixed, causing the now joined metal and contaminant particles to form a mass of solids (flocc). The solids can then be easily separated and removed from the treated water.
Normally, this process would foul the electrodes and they would need to be cleaned or replaced to enable further treatment. This process is called passivation. However, Soneco®
is passivation resistant.
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