The Ionberg brings forth for the clients an exclusive array of Electrocoagulation Wastewater Treatment System that precipitates large quantities of contaminants for wastewater treatment. This Electrocoagulation Wastewater Treatment System is widely demanded by the clients and it finds application in many industries. Moreover, this system can also be availed at the leading industrial prices. Electrocoagulation is the process of passing electric current through a liquid. The method and chamber configuration greatly affects the energy efficiency and longevity of the system. Please consider the following when deciding to purchase a system. Electrocoagulation systems require amperage to treat the water. The amount of amperage draw is dependent upon the conductivity or the water. If the water is not conductive then no amperage will be used. The system should be designed with adequate wiring and electrical capacity to deliver adequate amperage if needed by a particular water stream. Electrocoagulation creates hydrogen and gas bubbles. The bubbles float vertically. In chambers that have a water flow other than vertically the bubble collect next to the horizontal surface or corners causing the pressure to build up in the chamber, and creating an insolating factor which stops the current from passing through the water. Electrocoagulation moves the electrons through the water between positive and negative plates. This causes a surface charge on the plates. Positive and negative partials attach to the plate surface magnetically. When the polarity is reversed the magnetically attached particles are repelled into the water flow. The electron flow stops and reverses direction when the polarity is reversed. The chamber must have sufficient residence time or volume to allow the water to be treated even though the power is off for 1/30 of a second during polarity reversing. Widely Used For
Industrial waste treatment
Commercial waste treatment
Municipal waste treatment
Conventional Method Electro Dynamic Method
Add coagulation chemicals like ferrous sulphate, alum, lime etc. No need to add any chemical. Only Hydrochloric Acid for pH corrections.
Sludge volume is high. Sludge volume is very less (i.e. 10 times less than the conventional method).
Operating cost is very high. Operating cost is very low only power.
3 more man power required. All are PLC control.
Clarity green or yellow tint. Very good clarity water – enormously reduces COD and BOD compare to Conventional Method.
Data’s not required – ready to use. Data’s required.
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