Electrolysis is an economically sensible and technically perfected alternative to the dosing of sodium hypochlorite or other disinfectants. Chlorine, hydrogen and sodium hydroxide can be generated on site from harmless sodium chloride. The chlorine generated can either be dosed directly into the water as hypochlorous acid (HOCl) or temporarily stored with the sodium hydroxide generated as sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl).
The Selection Guide supports you in pre-selecting the right electrolysis system for your application.
CHLORINSITU® III compact electrolysis systems are especially suitable for use with smaller swimming pools in residential properties and hotels (indoor pools of up to 2,000 m3).
Electrolysis plants of the types CHLORINSITU® II are specifically suitable for applications where a robust and clearly arranged technology is required, and where an entrainment of sodium chloride into the water to be treated has no influence.
Electrolysis plants of the types CHLORINSITU® III are specifically suitable for applications where an ultrapure and low-chloride sodium hypochlorite is required.
Electrolysis plants of the types CHLORINSITU® IV are suitable for all applications which require metering of hypochloric acid with simultaneous pH value correction.
Electrolysis plants of the types CHLORINSITU® IV plus are a specifically economic alternative for all applications which require metering of hypochloric acid with simultaneous pH value correction.
The CHLORINSITU® IV compact range of electrolysis systems generates ultra-pure chlorine gas in a vacuum process that can immediately and safely be dissolved in water within the system as hypochlorous acid. Thanks to the membrane technology used, the sodium hydroxide generated can be collected separately and optionally used to adjust the ph value.
Generally referred to as ECA water, hypochlorous acid is increasingly used in the food industry and drinks industry as a disinfectant. ProMaqua has developed an effective electrolysis process for the production of smart disinfectant ECA water: the electrolysis system Dulco®Lyse.