Ti RuO2-IrO2 Anode for Electrochemical Degradation of Organic Pollutants

Ti/RuO2-IrO2 Anode for Electrochemical Degradation of Organic Pollutants

Electrochemical oxidation is an effective method to treat high-concentration wastewater, it can degrade complex organic pollutants in wastewater into non-toxic small molecular organic compounds or carbon dioxide and water through mineralization of various organic pollutants.

In the electrocatalytic oxidation process, different electrode materials behaviors various efficiency.   Choosing an appropriate electrode material is an effective way to improve the efficiency of the electrochemical degradation result. Dimensionally stable anode (DSA) has good stability and catalytic activity and has been widely used. It is a kind of noble metal oxides (such as RuO2 and IrO2) with strong corrosion resistance and high stability coated on the titanium. This electrode has the advantages of high oxygen evolution potential, low cost, and easy operation,

UTron manufacture a nanocrystal Ti/RuO2-IrO2 anode for electrochemical degradation of organic pollutants by thermal decomposition method, which shows high chemical oxygen demand (COD) removal rate and efficient degradation result.
Anode material: Titanium in Grade1;
Coating: RuO2,IrO2+X;
Electrode distance: 3 cm;
current density:8 mA/cm2;
Service life: 2-5 years.  

High COD removal rate;
Low energy consumption;
High corrosion resistance;
High stability;
Tailor-made service is available.

Electrochemical ammonia removal;
Industrial effluent electrochemical treatment;
Brine water Electro-Chlorination;
Landfill leachate electrochemical treatment;
Paper wastewater electrochemical treatment.

Projects for Reference:
Coated Titanium Electrode for Electrochemical Water Treatment
Coated Titanium Electrode for Degradation of Organic Pollutants

Iridium Ruthenium Coated Titanium Electrode  for Degradation
Ruthenium Oxide Coated Titanium Electrode for Electrochemical  Degradation

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