Electrocoagulation Rectifiers

Sol Rectifiers PHFSPD EC

Programmable High Frequency Switching Power Devices

Description

Our electrocoagulation rectifiers are reasonably priced and provided with automatic polarity reversing cycles as a standard feature suitable for the most stringent wastewater treatments applicable found in many industries:

Residential, catering and hospitality
Electroplating
Mining and metal processing
Municipal sewage
Petroleum
Pulp and paper
Textile

Other Available Rectifier Models

Standard Features

Programmable high frequency switching power device

DC smoothed wave output

Pre-settable CV or CC mode
Pre-settable V or A output for forward cycle
Pre-settable V or A output for reverse cycle
Pre-settable timer for ramp-up cycle
Pre-settable timer for forward cycle
Pre-settable timer for reverse cycle
Pre-settable timer for total forward plus reverse auto cut-off

Optional Features

PLC communication port
Parallel pairing

Remote Control Electrocoagulation Rectifiers

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Remote control electrocoagulation rectifiers series are heavy duty units perfect for use in small to large wastewater treatment plant installations.

These can be used to run any coagulation or oxidation or hybrid coagulation/oxidation cells.

0 to rated V output (12 V, 24 V, 36 V, 48 V, 60 V, 100 V, 200 V)
0 to rated A output (50 A, 100 A, 150 A, 200 A, 300 A, 500 A, 1000 A, 1500 A, 2000 A, 2500 A, 3000 A, 4000 A, 5000 A, 6000 A, 7000 A, 8000 A, 9000 A, 10000 A)

Electrocoagulation rectifiers supplied to Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam customers.

Electrocoagulation Process

Electrocoagulation is an electrolytic process that uses sacrificial electrodes to dislodge and separate from wastewater a large variety of organic and inorganic pollutants without the need to add any chemical coagulating agent.

These so-called sacrificial electrodes are usually made of materials such as iron or aluminum.

Electrooxidation Process

Electrooxidation is an electrolytic process that uses inert electrodes to degrade, dislodge and separate from wastewater a large variety of organic and inorganic pollutants.

These so-called inert electrodes are usually made of materials such as graphite, stainless steel, titanium, platinized titanium, etc.

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