chlorine electrolysis Articles

  • The effect of electrolysis and oxidation–reduction potential on microbial survival, growth, and disinfection

    A study of the effects of changes in oxidation–reduction potential (ORP) in synthetic waters on bacterial growth is presented. In this study, ORP is altered by electrolysis, as opposed to the traditional use of oxidising chemicals. As synthetic halide-free water was used no oxidised halide species such as chlorine or bromine were formed. Bacterial survival was directly correlated with changes in ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • On-Site Chlorine Generation Feasibility Study

     ABSTRACT Gaseous chlorine has been effectively used for disinfection in drinking water and wastewater treatment for decades. While various regulatory programs have placed numerous restrictions on the uses of this chemical due to its hazardous nature, recent focus on the possibility of a terrorist attack at a drinking water or wastewater facility, has underscored the potential hazard ...

  • Electrochlorination system: a unique method of prevention of biofouling in seawater desalination

    Desalination plants require huge volumes of seawater for the generation of fresh water. Seawater contains large amounts of microbiological fluids which, when passed through the piping system, form biofouling in the inner surface of the pipeline, which results in the reduction of the flow rate of water without proper chemical treatment. Chlorine is the most commonly used disinfectant for water ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Biocidal Products Regulation - White Paper

    The European Biocidal Products Regulation (Regulation (EU) No. 528/2012) stipulates that biocidal products may only be made available and used on the market if they are certified in accordance with this regulation. Unlike the previous biocidal products legislation, so-called “in-situ” procedures such as electrolysis, chlorine dioxide and ozone now also fall under this certification ...

  • Electrochemical oxidation of m-cresol purple dye in aqueous media

    The present investigation showed that the indicator dye m-cresol purple (mCP) was degraded in a laboratory scale, undivided electrolysis cell system. A platinum anode was used for generation of chlorine in the dye solution. The influence of supporting electrolyte, applied voltage, pH, initial dye concentration and temperature were studied. The ultraviolet-visible spectra of ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Degradation mechanism of Methyl Orange by electrochemical process on RuOx–PdO/Ti electrode

    The electrochemical degradation of Methyl Orange in 0.1 M NaCl solution over RuOx–PdO/Ti anode was investigated. Chemical oxygen demand (COD), ion chromatography (IC), Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) and Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS) were employed to detect the intermediates formed during the electrochemical degradation. In the present reaction system, Methyl Orange ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation

    AbstractIn this manuscript the on-site generation of sodium hypochorite for water and wastewater disinfection will be examined. The objective of this paper is to familiarize the reader with the equipment and operational requirements necessary for on-site sodium hypochlorite generation systems. This manuscript will review the following topics relative to on-site generation systems: Understand the ...

  • Study on COD removal mechanism and reaction kinetics of oilfield wastewater

    The chemical oxygen demand (COD) removal mechanism and reaction kinetics were mainly studied in the treatment of oilfield oily sewage containing polymer by three-dimensional electrode reactor. The results proved that the residual active oxides O3, H2O2, •OH and active chlorine in the system of electrochemical reaction could be effectively detected, and the COD removal ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Neuthox improves the water quality by removing unwanted bacteria - Case Study

    NEUTHOX removes biofilm in cooling tower and leaves the water system completely free of unwanted bacteria Using an electrolysis process of saltwater the ECA generator produces the liquid NEUTHOX, which contains hypochlorous acid, and is highly efficient in eliminating bacteria. A biofilm consists of living and dead organic and inorganic material collected on a surface, which in ...


    By Danish Clean Water A/S

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