Electrochemical importance of Anode and Cathode Coating in a Membrane Cell in Chlor Alkali Industry

August 9, 2018 at 2:35 PMadmin
Membrane Cell operation for the production of Caustic and Chlorine is the latest environment and energy friendly process for a Chlor-Alkali Plant. The membrane cell consists of Cathode (Nickel), Anode (Titanium) and a floro carbonated membrane. By the continuous process and process requirement in energy point of view in a normal running Chlor-Alkali Plant, Anode and Cathode coating is required in order to increase more lifetime and more productivity for a cell. This anode and cathode coating not only increase the total productivity of a Chlor-Alkali Unit but also can decrease the fixed cost for a unit by increasing process reliability. A study has been done to understand the electrochemical importance of anode and cathode coating and the thrust zone for more research in this area to increase the productivity as well as increasing the depreciation time for the Cell. [More]

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