sodium hypochlorite generator
Generating up to 5000g/hr of equivalent Chlorine
Electrochlorination is the process of using only salt, water and electricity to produce a low strength concentration of Sodium Hypochlorite, which when dissolved into water produces the powerful disinfectant hypochlorous acid.
The AMPRO MP-5000 is an environmentally friendly approach to generating a disinfectant on site and on demand. The process does not involve the use of toxic or hazardous chemicals to produce the sodium hypochlorite solution, removing the requirement to source and store hazardous disinfectant chemicals at site.
The MP-5000 consists of minimal and modular components, which can be installed in almost anywhere water needs to be treated. The system requires very little maintenance, salt is topped up periodically and full system service is recommended on a yearly basis.
All AMPRO systems offer a high degree of safety with integral hydrogen degassing and continuous force air ventilation and monitoring whilst in operation.
Low hazard chemical
Broad spectrum disinfectant
Fast acting treatment
Reduced chemical risks
Low cost of ownership
Quick & Simple to install
- For salt quality of lower specification please consult with Prodose
- Water temperature above 35°C may reduce sodium hypochlorite concentration. Chiller may be required
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
Once airflow is confirmed the water inlet solenoid valve opens, soft water flows and the brine pump commences. The diluted brine flows into the electrolytic cell where power is applied across a series of electrodes converting the brine into Sodium Hypochlorite.
The resultant solution flows into a degassing tank where Hydrogen is degassed before the sodium hypochlorite is pumped to a storage tank. The hydrogen flows out the system and plant room in a small-bore hose within the ventilation dual containment pipework. The system stops when the top level in the Sodium Hypochlorite tank is reached.
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