Lead Dioxide Coated Titanium Anode

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Product description
The lead dioxide electrode has the characteristics of low resistivity, stable chemical properties, good corrosion resistance, good conductivity and can pass through large current. It has three-dimensional structure coating (precious metal oxide + α - PbO2 + β - PbO2), which greatly improves the adhesion of the coating. It can be used in electrowinning copper, nickel, cobalt and other fields in hydrometallurgy industry, as well as in electroplating, metallurgy, domestic sewage treatment, persulfate production, phenol wastewater fading treatment, oilfield wastewater, printing and dyeing wastewater, ammonia nitrogen wastewater treatment and other fields.
After being used by domestic users, it has the following advantages:
The weight of the electrode is light and the operation is convenient
It has a long service life, 1 - 2 times that of lead - based alloy anode
The mesh structure of electrode makes the current more uniform and improves the fluidity of electrolyte
It reduces the labor cost, because there is no fall off of lead sulfate, and there is no precipitation at the bottom of the electrolytic cell, thus reducing the number of personnel, and avoiding the deposit in the conventional electrolysis, so that the high pollution and high energy consumption caused by the return fire treatment can be avoided
As there are no Sn, Sb, Ag and other ions in the coating, there is no secondary pollution to the solution
The cathode copper produced can reach the standard of 4n5 or above or class a copper
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