Sewage Treatment process, Electro-chemical

Electro-chemical Sewage Treatment Process and Its Benefits

  • Facilitates water re-use
  • Converts dissolved solids into suspended solids aiding in physical separation
  • Removes broad spectrum of pollutants
  • Reduced treatment cost
  • Reduced chemical usage
  • Reduced sludge generation
  • Broad spectrum of treatment
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Electro-Coagulation Process In Sewage Treatment Plant

A process wherein flocculating metal ions are electrolytically added to polluted water at an anode, and gas micro bubbles are released at a cathode. The flocculating metal ions adhere to pollutants in the water, increasing their size, and the gas micro bubbles capture the flocculated pollutants and float them to the surface, from where they can be easily removed.

PIXECELL Reactors for electro-coagulation - converts the sewage water/ domestic waste-water (both black and grey water) to clean and safe re-usable water.

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Electro-Oxidation Process In Sewage Treatment Plant

Oxidizing agents and catalysts are introduced into wastewater and effluent. The process oxidizes dissolved organic and ammonia compounds, sulfides and mercaptans, etc., to carbon dioxide, water, nitrogen and simple salts, which were not removed by electrocoagulation.

ELECTROGEN Reactors for Electro-Oxidation - converts the sewage water to clean and safe re-usable water.