Titanium Anode for Salt Pool Chlorinator Cell Parameter:
Substrate Material: Pure titanium in Gr1 or Gr2
Coating Material: Iridium oxide + ruthenium oxide
Coating Thickness: 8~20μm
Coating Area: Double sides
Shape: Solid plate
Number of plates: 7, 11, or customized;
Operating Life: 10000-18000 Hours
Current Density: <300A/m2
Salt Concentration: 0.3~0.5%
Size: can be customized
Warranty: 5 years
Technology: Sand blasting, Acid washing and Brush Coating
Titanium electrode for salt chlorinator cell
The cell of a salt chlorinator is the part that actually converts Salt (NaCl) to Chlorine, which consists of a plastic housing and the electrodes. The electrodes usually constructed from the highly corrosion resistant material titanium, and the anode is coated with ruthenium oxide or iridium generally. The composition of this coating plays a major role in both the chlorine producing efficiency of the cell and its life expectancy.
Self cleaning electrolytic cell, (Auto SC) units
Polarity Reversal electrode, low maintenance
Prevents algae from growing
Large surface area of cell plates for high rate chlorine production
Individually replaceable anode and cathode unit avoid replacement cost
Pool chlorination systems;
Swimming pool chlorine generator;
Swimming pool salt generator;
Saltwater chlorine generator;
Salt cell generator.
Proper Maintenance for Salt Chlorinators:
To maximize the life of your salt chlorinator, consider the following tips:
Applying with Reverse Polarity electrode, it greatly reduces scale build-up on the cell and extends the life span of the chlorinator.
Maintain a consistent salt level (typically 2700-3900 ppm)
Clean the chlorinator cell at least once a season or as needed
Avoid too frequent cleaning of the chlorinator cell
Turn pool equipment off during lightning storms to avoid damaging power surges
Keep Calcium levels as low as possible and still remain in accordance with guidelines set by pool equipment manufactures.
Selection of coated titanium anodes:
A number of factors affect the selection of the titanium anodes for a salt chlorinator, apart from personal preferences. These are based on the chlorine requirements for a similar chlorinator and will include the following:
1. Sizes of the anode plates – Larger salt chlorinators need larger anode plates;
2. Parallel or series connection;
3. Operating life of the anodes;
4. Salt water concentration;
5. Any request on chlorine rate.