Water treatment power supply:

Water treatment power supply electrolysis of water to produce hydrogen and oxygen. The electrolysis of water basically is under external electric field to split water into H2 and O2. DC power supply electrolysis is a very powerful means to promote redox reactions, many other redox difficult to react, can be via DC power supply electrolysis to achieve.

For example: single fluoride can be anodized from molten fluorine in anode, molten lithium slat reduced to metal at the cathode.

Water treatment power supply features:

1, Our water treatment power supply can be a single main cabinet or dual main cabinet plus control cabinet structure according to user requirements.

2, When DC output current ≥10KA, with full circuit electrically coupled in parallel with reverse-phase rectifier circuit, significantly reducing the eddy current losses and improve the efficiency of the equipment.

3, Control mode can be divided into open loop (manual) and closed loop (automatic) two kinds according to production process requirements, and can be changed each other, with the number of DC current output according to the national standard harmonic currents can be divided into 6, 12, 24, 36 and 48 phase pulse rectifier, eliminates power 3, 5, 7 rate rectifier harmonic pollution on the grid.

4, Water treatment power supply device with over-current, over voltage, short circuit, under branch, phase failure, high water temperature, low water pressure, oil temperature high/low, higher oil pressure protection, fully integrated control loop.

5, Main board adopts KDW-06 type high-power digital circuit trigger anti-jamming system, has a strong anti-interference ability. And having high precision control, good stability, reliable operation advantages.

6, Cabinet adopts magnetic cut links, reduce eddy current losses, and cabinet as a whole spray painting.

7, Control method can be integrated analog control and computer control two type.

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