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|Chlorine Gas Produce:||2250kg/day||15% NaOH Produce:||14600 L/day|
|12.5% NaClO Produce:||19000 L/day||Salt Consumption:||1.65kg/kg Cl2|
|Water Consumption:||7.9L/kg Cl2||Power Consumption:||3.65kwh/kg Cl2|
sodium hypochlorite equipment,
sea water generator
membrane electrolysis 12% high strength sodium hypochlorite generator
Considered Inherently Safe Technology (IST), Klorigen™ provides a safe and efficient alternative to traditional pressurized chlorine gas offers a lower cost option to commercial bulk-delivered sodium hypochlorite. This technology allows users to generate on-demand at the point of use, eliminating any possibility of hazardous gasrelease.
Klorigen™ generators uniquely combine brine electrolysis with advanced membrane technology to deliver chlorine gas under a vacuum as well as co-product sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) available for pH elevation. Alternatively, the chlorine and sodium hydroxide products can be combined within the process to produce sodium hypochlorite at concentrations up to 15% (150 g/L).
Traditionally, water utilities have used chlorine gas as the disinfectant of choice in their treatment plants. However, as the global specter of terrorism grows and public safety issues continue to rise in prominence, concerns have been raised as to the future of this practice.
Although some progressive public utilities are evaluating alternative technologies to pressurized chlorine gas, chlorine remains the most effective broadband disinfectant. In response to this preference, Klorigen™ on-site chlorine gas generators can facilitate the continuation of current disinfection methods while promoting safe practices through the use of chlorine gas at ambient pressure.
Alternatively, water disinfection may be safely and effectively accomplished using Klorigen™ on-site generation of high strength sodium hypochlorite solution. Storage of 12.5% concentration requires less than one-fifteenth of that needed for "low-strength" (i.e. less than 0.8%) generated sodium hypochlorite.
Features and benefits
Operators trained on-site during installation and commissioning by factory-certified Electrolytic technicians
System is fully-automated;average day requires no more than 30 minutes to an hour of direct operator supervision
Entire systems typically contains no more than 2-3 lbs of chlorine gas at any time, under vacuum; system will pull-in outside air if breached
Chlorine is produced on-demand as needed or converted to sodium hypochlorite as it is produced – it is never stored
Hydrogen is removed well before entering product storage
System contains multiple fail-safes and redundancies that will automatically shut-down if certain conditions are detected
Reduces stock spoilage and waste that can result from the use of third party supplied high purity chemicals
Increases profitability through reduced costs of on-site and point-of-use production
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