New lead dioxide anode in Electrowinning  instead of traditional lead anodes in the Electrowinning of non-ferrous metals

New lead dioxide anode in Electrowinning instead of traditional lead anodes in the Electrowinning of non-ferrous metals

      In the hydrometallurgical industry of Electrowinning non-ferrous metals (EW) .Common solution systems include chloride solution, sulfate system solution and nitric acid system solution. The traditional anodes used in this industry are graphite and lead alloy anodes. In actual operation, there are many problems such as high battery voltage, heavy weight, uneven current density, pollution solution, short life, etc., especially secondary pollution problems, which affect the purity and quality

Latest Qualifications Certification of UTron Technology

Latest Qualifications Certification of UTron Technology

The Qualifications Certification of UTron Technology: ISO9001-Quality Management System Certificate Environment Management System Certificate Five-Stars After-sales Service of Commodity Certificate Occupational Health and Safety Management System Certificate

Technical application of a pre-packaged canister deep well anode in impressed current cathodic protection

Technical application of a pre-packaged canister deep well anode in impressed current cathodic protection

1、Technology introduction of Pre packaged Cylindrical deep well mmo anode   The  Cylindrical deep well mmo anode(Canister MMO rod anode) is coated with precious metal oxides on a titanium substrate, which solidifies at high temperatures. The cable connection and the insulation layer of the anode cable should be able to resist the erosion of chlorine gas. The commonly used anode cable insulation layer (PVDF/HMWPE) usually involves fixing several mixed metal oxide cylindrical anodes onto one anode cable. 2、 Deep well anode

A new InsolubleTitanium Anode for Chromium Electroplating-Titanium with Iridium Oxide Coating Anode

A new InsolubleTitanium Anode for Chromium Electroplating-Titanium with Iridium Oxide Coating Anode

Current hard chromium plating processes are predominantly based on chromic acid and sulfuric acid, the nature of chrome electroplating bath can impact the longevity of the anodes. In particular, free fluoride ions; it can attack the metals of the anode and cause corrosion.   The new auxiliary anode for electroplating developed and produced by UTRON Technology uses corrosion-resistant titanium as the substrate coated with a mixed iridium oxide coating. The anode will not deform, and has strong corrosion resistance


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