- Electrodes with plating thicknesses from 0.1 µm to several hundred µm are available depending on the current load.
- Reduced running costs through reuse of titanium substrates, and the recovery and re-plating of platinum
- Various shapes and sizes are available, including plates, rods and mesh.
- In addition to titanium substrates, zirconium, niobium, tantalum, and other substrates are available.
* The most suitable electrodes are provided to match the application such as chlorine generation, polarity reversal and high current density.
|Main electrode types||Features||Polarity reversal||Recoating||Chlorine generation efficiency||Anode durability|
|Micro-plate||Low-cost, long-life Pt thin electrode Minimum Pt thickness: 0.1 µm||◎||△||×||○|
|Pt/Ti||Maximum Pt plating thickness: 300µm||◎||○||△||○|
|King plate #70 Series||Pt-Ir electrode with polarity reversal Chlorine generation||◎||○||○||○|
|King plate #50 Series||Pt-Ir electrode with polarity reversal Chlorine generation||○||○||○||○|
|King plate #100 Series||Ir oxide electrode with high durability Chlorine generation||×||○||○||◎|
Recoating of used electrodes