What is ElectroCoagulation?
ElectroCoagulation is the scientific discipline of utilizing electricity as the electromotive force to drive chemical reactions in a solution, suspension, or emulsion generally resulting from a cleaning, washing, or rinsing process in refining, manufacturing or service companies.
How does ElectroCoagulation work?
A special form of direct current is introduced into the aqueous stream as it passes between predetermined electrodes in the electro-chemical module.
This energy from the electricity is the engine or driving force to shift the equilibrium of a reaction to less than equilibrium levels, thus providing a mechanism for removing dissolved, suspended or emulsified molecules, elements or ions to very minute levels in an aqueous stream.
ElectroCoagulation System Options
StaticFlow Batch Treatment Systems are designed
for single or multiple batch treatment. Reuse or discharge previously
contaminated water on-site.
ConstantFlow Systems with Clarifiers
are designed for continuous and high volume installations.
Insitu Systems Without Clarifiers offer on-site,
full service treatment for self contained waste water.
StaticFlow Batch Treatment Systems
are designed for single or multiple batch treatment.
Reuse or discharge previously contaminated water on-site.
Treated Drilling Water