Technical characteristics of Laboratory Electrolyzer oxidation method
At present, the Laboratory Electrolyzer oxidation method is suitable for various organic wastewater treatment, hydrocarbon-containing wastewater, Aldehyde wastewater, phenolic wastewater, amine wastewater, printing and dyeing wastewater, chromium-containing wastewater, landfill leachate, municipal wastewater, spray tower wastewater, oil field wastewater and other fields are a kind of advanced oxidation technology with great potential, especially in recent years. With the increasing requirements of environmental protection in recent years, there is a great market space and application prospect in the pretreatment and advanced treatment of organic wastewater.
1. Environmentally friendly: no additional redox agents are required, the electrolysis reaction is carried out between the electrode and the wastewater, and the hydroxyl radicals generated in the process directly react with the organic matter in the wastewater to degrade into carbon dioxide and water or simple low molecular weight Organic matter, no secondary precipitates and pollution problems;
2. Strong controllability: the reaction conditions are mild, the electrolysis efficiency is high, and the electrolysis reaction Laboratory Electrolyzer device and operation are relatively simple and controllable.
3. Multiple functions: In addition to the degradation of COD and ammonia nitrogen, if the wastewater contains heavy metal ions, the anode and the cathode act at the same time, and the heavy metal ions are electrodeposited on the cathode to improve the treatment efficiency, and also decolorize, Adsorption also has a certain effect on algae and fungi.
4. The Laboratory Electrolyzer treatment method is flexible: it can be treated as a separate module, it can be placed in the pretreatment stage to improve the biodegradability of wastewater, or it can be placed in the subsequent deep stage for further deep blowing of refractory organic matter, It can also be combined with other methods to achieve the desired treatment effect.