Compact and reliable DC power supplies for electrochemical processes
Your specialist in electrolysis, electrodeionisation (EDI), electrodialysis (ED) and electrocoagulation
Electrochemical treatment of water is used for a wide variety of purposes: from water treatment and drinking water production, disinfection of swimming pools and waste water treatment through to the production of circulation water, process water or ultrapure water in the chemical, glass, electronics, pharmaceuticals or food industries, in power plants or in laboratories.
Other areas of application are, for example:
- The production of chlorine gas (Cl2), hydrogen (H2) and other base chemicals
- Recycling processes such as precious metal recovery and resource recovery from process solutions and rinse water
- Renewable energy: power-to-X
The specific processes, and thus the requirements for the power supplies, vary depending on the application. plating electronic provides the optimal POWER STATIONS for all electrochemical processes for energy-efficient processes and optimal results.
Specific processes at a glance
Electrochemical processes such as chlorine or water electrolysis for the production of base chemicals for the pharmaceuticals and chemical industry or for the generation of hydrogen as a storable energy carrier for power-to-X applications.
Electrochemical water treatment:
Chlorine electrolysis for drinking, service or swimming pool water treatment (Disinfection)
Continuous electrochemical process for the production of ultrapure water with low conductivity, with the help of diaphragm assemblies, the stacks.
Electrodeionisation systems are used for the production of boiler feed water in power stations, process water in the electronics, glass and pharmaceuticals industry or for laboratory water.
Decomposition of a saline solution into the respective individual components through application of a direct current and use of selective membranes for the separation of the cations and anions involved in the process.
Used in the water treatment, process and food industry.
Electrochemical process in water preparation for waste water treatment.
Precipitation of suspended particles through the formation of metal complexes using sacrificial anodes and the application of a direct current.