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Electrooxidation

Electrooxidation is an electrochemical process in which oxidation reactions occur by applying an electric field between the anode and cathode.

Electrooxidation can be defined as an electrochemical process which, by way of special, non-sacrificial electrodes we can obtain compounds capable of strongly oxidating the waste water we are treating.

KANKYO systems allows the waste water to be treated continuously without having to store it.

This system may occasionally replace or complement biological treatment, bringing major benefits.

Electrochemical depollution is a very efficient and economic method, suitable when the wastewater contains toxic or non-biodegradable organic pollutants. Wherever a high standard of living is to be secured in the long-term and environmental resources protected, essential requirements are that wastewater is treated in a proper manner.

Thus by means of electrochemical technology, which is cost and safety effective, we can help reduce concentrations of organic pollutants to an extent as minimum as possible and maintain the present status of the chemical world.

The new design and special sintered electrodes ensure its long life and show a higher oxidation capacity than other advanced oxidation technologies. It also allows the disinfection of treated water “in situ”.

Advantages over alternative technologies:

The application of this technique mainly causes the removal of:

Once the water has gone through this process it is transparent, odourless and colourless, and may be suitable for other use.