|Electro-coagulation is a technique involving the electrolytic addition of coagulating metal ions directly from sacrificial electrodes. These ions coagulate with turbidity agents in the water, in a similar manner to the addition of coagulating chemicals such as alum and ferric chloride, and allow the easier removal of the pollutants. In the EC process, the coagulant is generated in situ by electrolytic oxidation of an appropriate sacrificial anode material like carbonized Metal, Titanium, Copper, Aluminum etc as per Industry Waste water .|
|Electrolytic Cell reactors Consist of Three Stages
1. Electrolyzer (Coagulation)
2. Ionization (Oxidation )
3. Flotation (Particles Floating & Skimmed)
A3S Enviro Providing with Advance Oxidation Treatment which makes System More Effective.