Electrodialysis Lab Test Unit
Mech-Chem Associates, Inc.
144 Main St., P.O. Box 473
Norfolk, MA, 02056
Press release date: December 11, 2012
Mech-Chem offers Electrodialysis lab test units for the testing and verification for the following application:
· Removal of Salt Brine from Water.
· Concentration of Metal Salts from Dragout and Rinses for Recycling to Plating Baths.
· Salt Maintenance on Fume Scrubbing Systems
· Electroless Nickel Purifications
Electrodialysis is an electrically driven ion-exchange process which utilizes alternating sequences of cation exchange membranes and anion exchange membranes to effect the separation and concentration of dissolved salts from various solutions. Selectively permeable ions are transported from one side of a membrane, through the membrane, to the other side of the membrane. These salts are concentrated, collected, and removed from the unit.
With the proper selection and configuration of permselective membranes between a positively charged, inert anode, and a negatively charged cathode, electric deionization is accomplished. Such a configuration of membranes, hydraulic spacers, and electrodes is termed an Electrodialysis stack.
An Electrodialysis system is comprised of an Electrodialysis stack, circulation pumps, solution holding tanks, a power supply, pressure gauges and ancillary controls. Optional controls may also include particulate filters and conductivity control.
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What is the price for a complete test unit?
Stéphane Ruggeri, Ph.D.
Chimiste R&D - Spécialiste Électrochimie
R&D Chemist - Electrochemistry Specialist
Groupe de Gestion des Eaux/Water Management Group
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Dr. Stephane Ruggeri on Feb 28, 2013 11:10
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Mech-Chem Associates can supply you with our electrodialysis lab unit that you can use for testing your chemical solution.
The cost for the electrodialysis unit is
$9800.00 USD/FOB Norfolk,MA
These test units currently have a 10 week lead time.
For further information and details on this topic please contact:
By Mech-Chem Associates on Mar 4, 2013 16:21