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HOW THE AQUACODE SYSTEM WORKS AND TECH

At the core of the Aquacode Technology are
the patented diaphragmatic cells that have
been designed using innovative and unique
technology to effectively deliver electrolyzed
water solutions (Anolyte and Catholyte)
using a 1-4% water solution of NaCl as initial
material
.
Unlike other electrolytic cells, here a
diaphragm separates the Anolyte and
Catholyte solutions that are generated
respectively at the anode and cathode
chambers of the cell. This prevents the two
streams from mixing and inter-reacting to
form a simple sodium hypochlorite solution
as is the case with other electrolytic cells
commercially available now

The invention of the double-chamber
diaphragmatic electrolyzer (the basic
element of all Aquacode products) marked a
breakthrough in disinfection, sterilization and
water purification technology.
Similar electrolyzers have been known
before: EW technology was first developed
in the late 70’s in conjunction with the
Russian Institute for Medical and Scientific
Research and earlier models of EW products
were sold throughout the former Soviet
Union, generally for disinfecting water and
sterilisation in hospitals.
However, Aquacode invention made
it possible to considerably enlarge
their commercial application and gave
Aquacode Industries International Ltd
the unquestionable advantage over the
existing competitors. In this respect, the
technology of diaphragmatic electrolysis
(EW) is unique to the Aquacode group of
companies and it is patented worldwide.
 

The Aquacode cells are manufactured with
variable Anolyte output capacity ranging
from 40LPH to 1000LPH of Anolyte
per cell. Combination of cells allows to
manufacture Aquacode units with output
capacity up to 6000LPH of Anolyte.
Anolyte can be either dosed directly into your
system or alternatively into a buffer tank,
if the demand is variable, then through a
sensor-controlled dosing pump to suit the
biological load within your system.

 

The only requirements for our systems are
a supply of salt, water and electricity. The
generators can be controlled by PLC with
an easy to operate HMI (Human machine
interface) allowing the end user to accurately
control the pH value of anolyte and ensure
the correct dosing levels for a particular
application.


Average cost for generating 1000 litres
of anolyte in a number of European and
North American Countries is Euro 3.0,
making this fl uid a very cost-effective
alternative to many presently used
chemicals.