Electrolytic wastewater treatment from the efs series! The big benefit lies in the simplicity of the system. The collected wastewater is simply led into an electrolysis cell.
Our WAP electrolyser "efs procedure" processes a variety of different wastewaters. The big benefit lies in the simplicity of the system. The collected wastewater is simply led into an electrolysis cell. Thereafter, the integrated electrodes are energized and the treatment phase begins.
The pH is continuously measured and adjusted to the desired value with an automatic dosing device. The system stops after the set treatment time and the resulting flocculate is filtered with a chamber filter press. The resulting filtrate can be passed into the channel or fed to another use.
And all of this without the addition of a flocculant!
For subsequent filtration chamber filter presses, band filters or decanters are used. Thyristor-controlled, electronic current sources are used in most cases, which have an integrated pole changeover to keep the wear of the electrodes as uniform as possible. Depending on the application, the electrodes used are changed approximately every 6 months and are simply disposed of via the scrap release.
|Type of plant||Throughput|
|efs 100||2,0 m³/d|
|efs 200||5,0 m³/d|
|efs 400||10,0 m³/d|
|efs 800||24,0 m³/d|
|efs 1500||45,0 m³/d|