The sodium chloride diaphragm electrolyzer is a device used in the salt electrolysis process. It is mainly used to electrolyze sodium chloride solution into chlorine and hydrogen. A diaphragm electrolyzer has a porous separator (diaphragm) between the cathode and anode to prevent the two polar solutions from mixing but does not hinder the movement of ions and the passage of current. Diaphragm electrolyzers can be divided into horizontal and vertical types, and the vertical type can be divided into rectangular and circular types. The most widely used is the rectangular vertical electrolytic cell, which is simple to operate and has low cell voltage, but the concentration of the alkali solution produced is low.
In sodium chloride diaphragm electrolytic cells, precious metal-coated titanium anodes are usually used as anode materials, titanium is used as cathode materials and special materials are used to make diaphragms. It's extensively used in colorful diligence similar to chemical products, water treatment, and essence refining.
1. Anodic electrolysis: Chloride ions lose electrons at the anode and generate chlorine gas (Cl2).
2. Cathodic electrolysis: Hydrogen ions acquire electrons at the cathode to generate hydrogen gas (H2).
Diaphragm electrolyzers are widely used in the fields of chlorine, hydrogen and sodium hydroxide production. In addition, similar electrolytic cells are also used in the preparation of other chemicals, such as sodium chlorite, sodium hypochlorite, etc. In short, the sodium chloride diaphragm electrolyzer is an important chemical equipment used to realize the preparation and industrial production of chemicals.
The NaCl diaphragm electrolyzer consists of a diaphragm that separates the anode cube and the cathode cube. A direct current is applied to the electrodes submerged in the NaCl result. At the anode, chloride ions( Cl-) are oxidized to chlorine gas. At the cathode, water motes are reduced to form hydrogen gas and hydroxide ions( OH-). The diaphragm prevents the migration of chloride ions to the cathode, icing the separation of chlorine gas and sodium hydroxide result.
The NaCl diaphragm electrolyzer system is composed of the following components:
The system is designed with high-quality materials to ensure durability and efficient electrolysis. The unique structure of the diaphragm allows for selective ion transport and efficient separation of the products. The electrodes are optimized for high performance and long lifespan.
High chlorine production rate
Efficient separation of chlorine gas and sodium hydroxide solution
Optimized electrode design for long lifespan
Low energy consumption
Easy to operate and maintain
Wide range of application possibilities
The NaCl diaphragm electrolyzer is widely used in the following industries:
Q: What is the lifespan of the electrodes?
A: The electrodes have a lifespan of approximately XX,000 hours of operation.
Q: What is the maintenance frequency?
A: Regular maintenance is recommended every XX months to ensure optimal performance.
Q: Can the electrolyzer be customized for specific requirements?
A: Yes, our company provides customization options to meet specific needs.
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