Chlorate Electrolyzer groove pressure rise causes and solutions
Chlorate Electrolyzer is composed of two sets of 1000g/h Chlorate electrolyzers in parallel, and each set of electrolyzers can operate simultaneously or independently. After using it for a period of time, someone found that the groove pressure frequently increased, approaching or even exceeding the design upper limit. During the use of Chlorate Electrolyzer, if the cell pressure rises, it will increase the power consumption, decrease the electrolysis efficiency, and decrease the effective chlorine concentration.
Failure to clean up the deposits in time will cause the Chlorate Electrolyzer tank pressure to rise, and the harder water quality in the north, and the fall and winter season, the temperature is low, which will have a certain impact on the electrolysis efficiency. Customers are advised to pickle, clean and maintain the electrode plates, and avoid freezing water when they are used in colder seasons. In daily use, after the production is completed, tap water can be connected to the whole system to run and flush the whole system, so as to slow down the fouling phenomenon in places that are easy to foul and difficult to clean, such as plate gaps and pipe elbows.
In addition, in addition to the above-mentioned factors during normal use, the Chlorate Electrolyzer electrode plate coating falls off or fails, and the influent water contains more impurities and other factors will also cause the electrolysis efficiency to drop, the electrolysis is not sufficient, and the cell pressure rises. Therefore, the use of electrolyzers from regular manufacturers and regular maintenance are the prerequisites and guarantees for the entire chlorine production system.