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Electrochlorination system

• The electrochlorination system is a safe, simple and reliable method of on-line water treatment using salt
• The system produces a biocide through the electrolysis of brine
• The systems are approved for use in public drinking water supplies and are installed throughout the UK
• The systems can be utilised to treat any water system from cold water storage tanks/calorifiers to cooling towers, water features and potable applications

• The electrolytic product falls below the 1% ident (a COSHH sheet is not required)
• Very low cost to run
• The unit requires just salt and water
• On-line constant dosing
• Clean system
• Removal of microbes
• No requirement for chlorination of tanks and system once installed
• Enables you to reduce site hot water temperatures
• Chemical handling is reduced
• No chemicals entering your site
• No chemical drums to dispose of
• Low maintenance

• Sustainability
• Health and safety is improved
• Substancial cost savings

They range from the Electrochlorination 25, which is capable of treating on an office block hot and cold water system, through to the Electrochlorination 2000, which could be utilised at a water authority treatment works.

For more information on the electrochlorination systems, please contact us.

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