|Thickness: 0.8-5mm||Thickness:1-3.5mm||OD: 25/32/45/60.5mm||Dia: 1/2/3mm|
|Hole: 3*6mm;4.5*12.5mm||Thickness: 1/1.2/1.5mm|
Constant cell voltage;
Good corrosion resistant properties in sulphate solutions;
Reduced electricity consumption;
Lower oxygen overvoltage;
Lighter weight, ease installation and removal;
No sludge is formed as the anodes don’t dissolve like lead;
Longer bath life;
Easily fabricated into any shape.
Cathodic Protection with high current densities, for example Sea water intakes, Heat exchanger & Condensers, Jetties & Tanks, Water Heaters
Electroplating Industries such as Precious metal plating, Gold plating, Electrolytic Cells, Rhodium Plating, Sensing Elements, Electro galvanizing, Electro chlorination, Hard Chrome Plating, Waste water treatment, Precious Metal Recovery, Rotogravure printing
Electro-dialysis with reversal of polarity
Platinized titanium anodes are widely used in both chlorine and oxygen evolution electrodes. In recent years, drinking water disinfection and sterilization and HHO are the areas with large purchase volume. In the field of drinking water disinfection and sterilization, ruthenium-iridium titanium anode can also play the role of platinum coated titanium anode electrolysis, but ruthenium itself has a certain toxicity. In microscopic terms, the consumption of electrodes and the shedding in use will cause trace elements to dissolve in water. Therefore, platinized titanium anode is often used in the field of disinfection and sterilization related to the treatment of drinking water.
In the field of HHO production, platinized titanium anodes are mainly used for electrolytic hydrogen production. Platinum coated titanium anode is commonly used in the field of HHO (hydrogen oxygen mixed gas) generation for hydrogen production by electrolysis. HHO generation is a process of decomposing Water splitting into hydrogen and oxygen, and hydrogen and oxygen are generated by Electrolysed water. In this process, suitable electrolytes and electrode materials need to be used. Platinized titanium anode is chosen as the anode material in the electrolysis process of hydrogen production because it has high corrosion resistance and catalytic performance, can provide a stable electrochemical reaction interface during the electrolysis process, and promote the electrolysis of water molecules. It also has good conductivity and durability, and can maintain good performance during long-term electrolysis processes.