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What is electrolysis technology?

Electrolysis is a method of nitrogen removal that uses the principle of electrolysis out of water, especially ammonium (NH4 +) and nitrate (NO3-), which compounds can pollute the water environment. Used in water treatment processes to purify and purify contaminants present in water.

Operating principle of electrolytic technology :

Step 1: Pretreatment: Before going through the electrolytic process, the water usually undergoes pretreatment steps to remove impurities and larger particles. This helps protect the electrolytic devices and optimize process performance.
Step 2: Electrolysis: During the process of electrolysis, water is passed through an electrolytic device, called column electrolysis. Column electrolysis consists of two poles: the anode and the cathode. Through the electrolysis mechanism, the nitrogen compounds in the water are converted into gaseous nitrogen gases (N2) and released into the air. This process usually occurs according to the following chemical reactions:
  1. Oxidation: At the anode, ammonium ion (NH4 +) is oxidized to nitric acid (HNO3) and then this nitric acid is further oxidized to nitric oxide (NO).
  2. Reduction (cathode): At cathode, nitric oxide (NO) is reduced to nitric oxide (NO) and then further reduced to gaseous nitrogen (N2).
As such, this electrolysis results in the conversion of ammonium and nitrate to gaseous nitrogen, which removes nitrogen from the water.

What is electrolytic technology system?

The electrolytic technology system consists of the following main components:
  • The cathode: This is the point where positive ions attract and concentrate. The cathode is usually made from materials such as aluminum, iron or titanium that are able to withstand electrolysis.
  • Cathode: This is the point where negative ions attract and concentrate. Anodes can be made from materials such as stainless steel.
  • Membrane: This is an important component for separating positive and negative ions. Membrane can be polymer or ceramic membranes.
  • Power and control: In order to generate constant current and regulate the electrolysis process, the system needs to be connected to a power source and controllers.

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Reviews of electrolytic technology:

Advantages of electrolytic technology in the field of water purification include:
  • High filtration efficiency: Electrolysis technology is capable of effectively removing contaminants present in water such as heavy metals, organic substances and other contaminants.
  • No chemicals: The electrolysis process does not require the use of filter chemicals, which helps avoid environmental pollution caused by the use of treatment chemicals.
  • Stability and sustainability: Electrolysis technology can work continuously for long periods of time without replacing key components.
However, electrolysis technology also has some limitations:
  • High initial investment costs: Building and operating an electrolytic technology system requires a large initial investment, including the procurement of high-quality equipment and materials.
  • Energy consumption: The process of electrolysis requires a constant source of electricity to generate electric current, resulting in significant energy consumption. This can create a negative impact on the environment if the power source is not generated from renewable energy sources.
  • Waste management: The electrolysis process can produce a certain amount of waste, including pollutants that are separated from the water. The management and treatment of this waste requires attention and elaboration to ensure it does not cause negative impacts on the environment.

Important applications of electrolysis technology:

Electrolysis technology has many important applications in the field of water purification, including:
  • Drinking water filtration: Electrolysis technology can be used to remove contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, organic matter and heavy metal ions from drinking water, providing clean and safe water for humans.
  • Wastewater Treatment: Electrolysis technology is capable of treating contaminants in wastewater such as organic compounds, chemical compounds and heavy metal ions. The electrolysis process helps separate these contaminants and make the wastewater safer before it is discharged into the natural environment.
  • Seawater filtration: Electrolysis technology can be applied to purify seawater and turn seawater into fresh water used for various purposes such as irrigation, industrial production and daily use.

Water filtration system uses typical electrolysis technology:

  • Electrodialysis Reversal (EDR): EDR is a water purification method that uses electrolysis technology when applying voltage to polarized membranes. The EDR process removes unwanted ions and small-sized solids from water by using genetic electrostatic effects and ion selection.
  • Electrodeionization (EDI): EDI is a combined method of electrolysis technology and ion exchange process, which is widely used in the field of water purification. This process does not require the use of chemicals and produces pure water with low ion content.
  • Electrophoretic Deposition (EPD): EPD technology uses an electrolysis process to deposit fine particles onto the surface of the dipole membrane. This process removes organic matter and small-sized solids from water, improving water quality and filtration performance.

FAQ about electrolysis technology?

  • Is electrolytic technology safe? Electrolytic technology can be safe if properly designed, installed and operated. Safety measures such as isolation of electrolytic components, periodic inspection and system maintenance ensure operator and environmental safety.
  • Can electrolysis remove all contaminants in water? Electrolysis technology is capable of removing many contaminants in water but cannot remove all of them. Filtration efficiency depends on the type of contaminants to be removed and the operating conditions of the electrolytic system.
  • Does electrolysis technology affect the mineral content in the water? Electrolysis technology can affect the mineral content in the water due to the process of decomposition of contaminants. However, this can be adjusted and controlled through the selection of dipole diaphragm and the regulation of voltage and current.

Conclusion on electrolysis technology:

Electrolysis technology is an effective method in the field of water purification, which effectively removes contaminants present in water. The electrolysis process is based on the principle of decomposing pollutants into separate components through electrolysis phenomenon. Electrolysis technology has many advantages such as high filtration efficiency, no use of chemicals and stability and sustainability.
However, it also has some limitations such as high initial investment cost, energy consumption and waste management. Electrolysis technology has many important applications in the field of water purification, including drinking water purification, wastewater treatment and seawater purification. Electrolysis water purification projects such as EDR, EDI and EPD are all water purification systems that Natural Star Vina is currently applying to large pure water purification projects.

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