Structure of Circulation Water Electrolyzer Treatment
The form of Circulation Water Electrolyzer Treatment can be divided into two types: diaphragm electrolyzer and non-diaphragm electrolyzer. Diaphragm electrolyzer can be divided into homogeneous membrane (asbestos wool), ionic membrane and solid electrolyte membrane (such as β-Al2O3) and other forms; non-diaphragm electrolyzer is divided into mercury electrolyzer and oxidation electrolyzer, etc.
When using different electrolytes, the structure of the Circulation Water Electrolyzer Treatment is also different.
Circulation Water Electrolyzer Treatment is divided into two types: diaphragm and no diaphragm. Diaphragm electrolyzers are generally used. In the production of chlorate and the production of chlorine and caustic soda by the mercury method, a diaphragmless electrolytic cell is used. Try to increase the electrode surface area per unit volume to increase the production intensity of the electrolytic cell. Therefore, the electrodes in modern diaphragm electrolyzers are mostly upright. The electrolyzer exhibits different performance and characteristics due to the material, structure, installation, etc. of the internal components.