Waste water treatment using Electrocoagulation Process

Electrocoagulation process (EC process), a modern, advanced electrochemical technology based technique. Like other electrochemical Processes, Electrocoagulation (EC) starts by passing electric current through water and has proven very effective in the removal of contaminants from water. Electrocoagulation systems have been in existence for several years ago. Electrocoagulation has a wide variety of wastewater treatment capabilities.

It is the process of destabilizing suspended, emulsified or dissolved contaminants in aqueous medium by introducing a minimal amount of electrical current. It thereby reduces additional costs involved for the process. It even replaces traditional treatment process such as filtration, chemical treatment, which have proved to be less effective and expensive processes.

Pixecell Electro-Coagulation Unit : Supplied as a skid mounted unit, fully assembled for inlet/outlet and backwash connections.

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Advantages of Electrocoagulation (EC)

Removes heavy metals as oxides, suspended and colloidal solids ,Breaks oil emulsions in water, fats, oil, and grease, complex organics, destroys and removes bacteria, viruses and cysts.

Benefits of electro-coagulation

Low operating costs, Low power requirements , Minimal chemical additions, Low maintenance, Sludge minimization. Electrocoagulation (EC) process helps removal of TSS by 95-99 per cent; BOD by 50-98 per cent and Bacteria by 95-99 per cent which makes this technique, effective and reliable for a wide variety of wastewater, sewage treatment applications.