Chlorate Electrolyser, an electrolyzer from China manufacturer
Chlorate is widely used in pulp bleaching in the paper industry, fiber bleaching in the printing and dyeing industry, water treatment and rocket fuel, etc. The preparation of chlorate uses a diaphragmless electrolytic cell, and the raw material is saturated sodium chloride solution. The cathode uses carbon steel or titanium, and the anode uses metal oxide coated electrodes, which can reduce power consumption, extend life and improve current efficiency.
In industrial production, chlorate is produced by electrolysis of saturated brine in a diaphragmless electrolytic cell, and the core component of its production equipment is the electrolytic cell.
Since the original electrolytic cell is composed of a single electrolytic unit, the power consumption of the electrolytic cell is large, and the yield of chlorate is low, so it is not suitable for large-scale production of chlorate.
The following is an introduction to an electrolytic cell with low power consumption and high yield, which is suitable for large-scale production of chlorate. In order to achieve the above purpose, a Chlorate Electrolyser can be adopted as the following technical solution, which includes a tank with an end cover, a first electrolysis unit and a second electrolysis unit arranged side by side in the tank. The bottom of the tank body has an electrolyte inlet, and the end cover of the tank body has an electrolyte outlet. The first electrolysis unit and the second electrolysis unit each have a plurality of cathodes and anodes corresponding to each other. The cathode includes a plurality of cathode pins and a plurality of cathode plates electrically connected to the cathode pins; the anode includes an anode pin and an anode. Multiple anode plates electrically connected to the pins.
A separator is arranged between the first electrolysis unit and the second electrolysis unit, and between the top of the separator and the end cap of the Chlorate Electrolyser, and between the bottom of the separator and the bottom plate of the Chlorate Electrolyser, there are left to accommodate electrolysis. The passage through which the liquid passes. When the Chlorate Electrolyser is running, the electrolyte passes through the anode plate and the cathode plate from the bottom of the tank from bottom to top, and forms a backflow in the Chlorate Electrolyser's tank.
Since two electrolysis units are arranged side by side in the same Chlorate Electrolyser, and the two electrolysis units are separated by a separator, the electrolyte forms a backflow in the tank during electrolysis. Compared with the prior art, it has the following advantages 1. It can reduce power consumption, save electricity, and reduce costs while saving energy; 2. High chlorate yield, suitable for large-scale production of chlorate.