Electrolytic Organic Destruction (EOD) Systems Suppliers
Electrolytic organic destruction systems treat organic contaminants in waste or process water by oxidizing the organic compounds. Electrolytic organic destruction systems provide an alternative to ozone, biological, or chemical oxidants for industrial wastewater and process water treatment. Electrolytic organic destruction can convert many organic compounds into carbon dioxide or products that can be treated with biological methods. Electrolytic organic destruction can also reduce biological oxygen demand or chemical oxygen demand in treatment processes. It offers another tool to reduce volumes of expensive hazardous wastes. An EOD system is composed of an electrolyzer, tanks, pumps and control units. The EOD electrolyzer is an open tank containing 12, 24 or 48 - 0.4 m2 anode/cathode pairs arranged in a parallel electrical configuration. These electrochemical cells are designated ETC-12, ETC-24 and ETC-48. ETC stands for ELTECH Tank Cell. The system can be designed to run with current density of up to 2,000 amps /m2 and a flow rate of up to 300 g pm. The amount of current used is generally proportional to the amount of organic to be treated.