Electrode-diaphragm assembly for alkaline water electrolysis is a critical component used in alkaline water electrolysis systems. It's responsible for easing the electrochemical responses involved in the electrolysis process, converting water into hydrogen and oxygen feasts. This product is designed to give effective and dependable electrolysis performance, making it suitable for colorful artificial operations.
The electrode-diaphragm assembly consists of two electrodes( anode and cathode) separated by a diaphragm. When an electric current is applied, water motes at the anode are oxidized, generating oxygen gas and appreciatively charged hydroxide ions. Simultaneously, at the cathode, hydrogen gas, and negatively charged hydroxide ions are produced through reduction reactions. The diaphragm helps to separate the gases and prevent their recombination, ensuring high purity gas production.
The electrode-diaphragm assembly comprises high-quality electrodes made from specialized materials, such as titanium coated with platinum or other catalysts. The diaphragm is typically made of ion-exchange membranes or porous materials, ensuring selective ion transport. These components are securely attached to a support structure to maintain proper alignment and stability during operation.
High efficiency and reliability
Excellent gas separation performance
Durable and corrosion-resistant materials
Precise and consistent gas production
Easy installation and maintenance
|4 - 6 V
|Gas Production Rate
|100 - 500 cm3/min
|10,000 - 20,000 hours
|Up to 30% compared to other electrolysis methods
|Return on Investment
The electrode-diaphragm assembly for alkaline water electrolysis is widely used in industries such as chemical processing, hydrogen production, metal refining, and energy storage. It can be employed for large-scale hydrogen production, hydrogen fuel cell applications, and experimental setups in research laboratories.
Q: Is the electrode-diaphragm assembly compatible with different types of electrolysis systems?
A: Yes, it can be customized to fit various electrolysis setups based on specific requirements.
Q: How often does the assembly need to be replaced?
A: The electrode lifespan ranges from 10,000 to 20,000 hours, depending on operating conditions.
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