With increasing concern over the transport, handling and storage of chlorine gas and purchased hypochlorite, Siemens Water Technologies introduced the OSEC® and Chloropac® on-site electrolytic hypochlorite generation systems.
On-site hypochlorite generation systems operate by electrolyzing a brine solution. The systems produce sodium hypochlorite onsite and on demand, at a cost that is significantly lower than purchased hypochlorite. Unlike purchased hypochlorite, the production on demand means that the hypochlorite does not degrade, subsequently there is no reduction of product strength.
The OSEC® hypochlorite generator range has been designed to accommodate all applications for municipal, industrial and leisure end-users, and the flexible installation configuration means the product can be fitted into available space.
The Chloropac® hypochlorite generator and the new SeaCURE™ ballast water management system have been specifically designed for marine and off-shore applications.
Aquatics & Marine
Potable water disinfection
Cooling tower treatment
Swimming Pool disinfection
Corrosion and biofouling control
Fountains and water features
Water theme parks
Taste & odor control
Ballast water treatment
For marine and off-shore applications
Wide range available
Pedestal mounted low capacity generator
Fully automated and skid mounted system
Membrane electrochlorination system
Single skid, fully packaged system
Ballast water management system
For more information about our OSEC® Hypochlorite Generation Products, contact the Information Desk, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Eastern Standard Time: 1.724.772.1402 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
On-Site Hypochlorite Generation System Exceed Engineering and Environmental Challenge in Las Vegas
The River Mountain Water Treatment Facility (WTF) is one of two plants that provide drinking water to the Las Vegas Valley and is situated a quarter-mile from a residential neighborhood in the city of Henderson. The facility was designed to produce 150 million gallons per day (mgd) and included provisions for subsequent 150 mgd expansions, up to 600 mgd if more supply was needed. In 2006, the capacity of the River Mountain WTF was 300 mgd.
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SeaCURE™ Ballast Water Management System
Analyzers and Controllers
Safety in Numbers: Generating Sodium Hypochlorite On-Site
(This article appeared in its entirety in the June 2008 issue of CEP Magazine)
On-Site Hypochlorite Generation as a Chemical Disinfection Alternative
(This article appeared in its entirety in the June 2006 issue of Pollution Engineering Magazine)