Electrolysis installations for Water utilities

Manufacturing application of electrolysis installations for the production of sodium hypochlorite makes it possible to comprehensively solve all the Water utility problems within the framework of ensuring the full-fledged decontamination of water: ensuring the required quality of the supplied water, the safety of the technological process, the minimum cost of the decontaminated water.

The safety of the technological process is, first of all, the substitution of chlorine, the location of which in urban areas is highly undesirable due to the threat to people in case of an accident. In the case of storage of chemical hypochlorite, there is also a risk of exceeding the minimum volume for which DSIU is required. The storage of table salt does not impose any additional obligations on the operator Only dry warehouse, placement on pallets in bags or big-bags.

Salt warehouse

The minimal prime cost of decontaminated water is low operating costs (90% of which are the cost of electric power and table salt), especially in comparison with imported chemical hypochlorite, the cost of which is already high today (90-100 RUR per 1 kg of active chlorine), regularly grows proportionally the cost of gasoline, fuels and lubricants and subject to market conditions.

Application of electrolysis sodium hypochlorite for decontamination of tap water (at pumping and filtering stations, water intakes, WWTP) allows to provide a prolonged effect of protecting water from secondary pollution. Installation of stand-by equipment guarantees that consumers will receive the water that meets SanPin requirements even in the event of an emergency failure of the master installation. Imported reagents are not a complete solution to decontamination problem due to transport inaccessibility in the event of an emergency that entailed the destruction of transport communications.

Electrolysis plant

Application of electrolysis sodium hypochlorite at the WWTP allows ensuring complete decontamination at minimal operating costs. As part of WWTP, sodium hypochlorite can also be used for washing of the equipment, in particular fast filters, which can significantly reduce the volume of rinse waters.

Modern systems allow automating not only the receipt of the reagent, but also dosing into the water supply network, as well as remotely monitoring and controlling the process from the shifter’s workstation.

Shifter’s workstation

Thus, the launching of electrolysis installations allows achieving the following results:

  1. Public and personnel safety
  2. Providing prolonged water decontamination
  3. Minimization of operating costs for decontamination.
  4. Automation of the decontamination unit
  5. Independence from reagent suppliers
  6. Reducing the volume of rinse waters

Treatment facilities
Pumping and filtering stations