Ruthenium Iridium Titanium Anode for Chlorine Evolution Reaction (CER)

Ruthenium Iridium Titanium Anode for Chlorine Evolution Reaction (CER)

The chlorine evolution reaction (CER) is one of the most important practical applications of electrochemical reactions like electrochemical wastewater treatment and the Chlor-alkali industry. Industrial chlorine evolution is performed on "dimensionally stable anodes"(DSA), commonly employed electrode materials are ruthenium oxides coated titanium anode or ruthenium iridium oxides coated titanium anode.

UTron manufactures ruthenium iridium titanium anode for chlorine evolution reaction (CER) employs thermal decomposition method has a more active surface. It is composed of mixed oxides of ruthenium or ruthenium iridium mixed oxide on titanium substrate shows a high catalytic performance toward chlorine evolution.
Anode material: Titanium in Grade 1 or 2;
Coating: Ruthenium; ruthenium iridium; ruthenium iridium ternary; ruthenium iridium multicomponent mixed oxide;
Coating thickness: 2-50 micron;
Electrolyte: Hydrochloric acid;
Lifespan: 2-5 years or custom.

Excellent electro catalytic properties;
High stability;
High corrosion resistance;
Low over potential;
Long service life;
Tailor-made service is available.

Seawater electrolysis;
Ballast water Electro chlorination;
Brine Electro chlorination;
Hypochlorous acid;
On-Site Hypochlorite;
Water disinfection;
High salinity wastewater treatment.

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