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Chlorate Electrolyzer's connection method classification

2021/11/19 10:51
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[Abstract]:
Chlorate Electrolyzer is the electrolyte storage tank. It is the main equipment for non-ferrous wet smelting. According to the applicable metal types and production processes

Chlorate Electrolyzer is the electrolyte storage tank. It is the main equipment for non-ferrous wet smelting. According to the applicable metal types and production processes, it is divided into copper electrolysis tank, copper electrolysis tank, zinc electrolysis tank, nickel electrolysis tank, cobalt electrolysis tank, Lead electrolysis tank, manganese electrolysis tank, copper removal tank, nickel solution tank, etc.

Chlorate Electrolyzer

Chlorate Electrolyzer can be divided into two types of electrolyzers, unipolar and bipolar electrolyzers according to the connection mode of the electrodes. The electrodes of the same polarity in the monopolar electrolytic cell are connected in parallel with the DC power supply, and the polarity of the two sides of the electrodes are the same, that is, they are both anodes or cathodes at the same time. The electrodes at both ends of the bipolar electrolytic cell are respectively connected with the positive and negative electrodes of the DC power supply to become anodes or cathodes. When current flows through the electrolytic cell through the electrodes connected in series, one side of each electrode in the middle is the anode and the other side is the cathode, so it has bipolarity.

When the total area of ​​the electrodes is the same, the current of the bipolar Chlorate Electrolyzer is smaller and the voltage is higher, and the investment of the required DC power supply is less than that of the unipolar type. Bipolar type generally adopts the structure of filter press, which is relatively compact. However, it is easy to leak and short circuit, and the structure and operation management of the electrolytic cell are more complicated than that of the unipolar type. The cross-section of the monopolar Chlorate Electrolyzer is generally rectangular or square, and the cylindrical shape occupies a large area, and the space utilization rate is low, so it is less used.