Knowledge of Membrane Electrolyzer
Environmental protection, Membrane Electrolyzer uses perfluorosulfonic acid and carboxylic acid resin composite membrane instead of asbestos fluff membrane, which has a long life. The membrane has high water resistance and can be replaced easily or improved by adding oil or synthetic fibers. It is also resistant to ultraviolet radiation, particulate matter, UV light, moisture and water soluble salts.Proprietary membrane technology uses a high temperature high pressure pressurized organic solvent. Membrane is used instead of silicofluorocarbons (SFOs) in the production of the advanced membrane products.A process called 'Bonded Polypropylene', which uses a combination of organic material and synthetic fiber, leads to high quality, reusable and energy efficient membranes.
Energy-saving, Membrane Electrolyzer is close to zero contact, which greatly reduces the over-voltage drop of the electrolyte during the electrolysis process. The electrolyte electrolysis can be operated in the presence or absence of air, which means the device is safe to use in an external environment.
Membrane Electrolyzer adopts a small pole distance. When electrolysis is running at high current, the electrolyte is electrolyzed. The cation exchange membrane prevents the brine from penetrating into the lye, making it more efficient. The safety ion exchange membrane prevents the H2 produced at the cathode from mixing with the C12 produced at the anode to cause an explosion. The electrodes are connected across the top of the H2 and the cation exchange membrane. An electrolyte bath is prepared at the bottom of the bath. The electrolyte is cooled and the bath contents are circulated. The membrane and membrane electrode are left alone to allow the H2 to move through the lye. The ion exchange membrane separates the H2 from the cathode to create a buffer zone.The reaction mixture is returned through the ion exchange membrane into the lye bath, reducing the number of chemicals required to produce the reaction mixture.
High purity The selective passage of the cation exchange membrane prevents water, C12 and brine from passing, and prevents C12 from penetrating into the caustic soda to generate NaC1O or NaClO3, thereby improving the purity of the product. A reduction in the water concentration may also reduce the amount of salt incorporated into the product. In some cases, the presence of NaC1O is desired. In some applications, the concentration of salt in the composition may be reduced so that the resultant liquid mixture is of a greater value in the product.