Selcoperm are electrolytic chlorination systems that produce hypochlorite solution using electricity from sodium chloride (table salt) solution. No significant by-products are formed in this process. The pH value of the hypochlorite solution produced is between 8 -8.5; the maximum equivalent chlorine density is less than 8 g/l. The solution can be stored in thermal equilibrium tanks for a long time thanks to its long half-life.
The main components that make up the Selcoperm unit are: electrolysis system, storage tanks for saturated salt solution and product solution, exhaust fan used to discharge the produced hydrogen, and dosing pumps for product solution. The product is completed with a measuring and control unit designed for chlorine dosing. The electrolysis system is a turnkey solution. Only the water supply piping, salt and product storage tanks, and exhaust fan piping need to be connected. The size of the storage tanks varies according to the capacity level of the system and the amount of disinfectant solution required.
Features & Advantages
- For electrolysis, only water, table salt and electricity is required.
- Operating costs are low.
- Cable salt is non-toxic and easy to store.
- New hypochlorite solution is always available.
- Disinfectant solution does not decompose like commercial hypochlorite solutions.
- Drinking water It is an approved disinfection method in compliance with regulations.
- The need for safety precautions is less compared to systems using chlorine gas.
- Due to its durable components, it requires less maintenance and offers a long working life.
- These systems are a good alternative to systems using chlorine gas. The main disinfection applications in which electrolytic chlorination systems are used are:
- Drinking water treatment,
- Swimming pool water treatment,
- Waste water treatment.