Hlorogen H125

hlorogen_mali150Hlorogen is device for electrolytic production of chlorine in the form of sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) solution.
Capacity is 0,1250 kg / h or 3,0 kg / day of equivalent chlorine.

Since no gaseous chlorine is present, water chlorination is absolutely safe due to system design. For production of sodium hypochlorite solution all that is needed is  common salt,  softened  water and electric energy. Production expenses are up to two times lower compared  to gaseous chlorine disinfection, or commercial sodium hypochlorite.

System is easy to use, demands only minimal maintenance and it is fully automated. Exploitation period is minimum 20 years.

Characteristics of the system

Hlorogen H125 – Characteristics of the system

E125 electrolyzers capacity to produce 125g/h, 3.0 kg/day is sufficient to disinfect the water with flow of 69 l/s in order to maintain the 0.5 mg/l residual prescribed by law.

Maximum water flow that can be disinfected with Hlorogen H125, depending on chlorine needs and desired residuals

 

Chlorine need (mg/l)

Desired chlorine residual (mg/l)

Chlorine consumption (g/min)

NaOCl consumption (ml/min)

Chlorine consumption (g/h)

NaOCl consumption (l/h)

Maximal water flow (l/s)

0

0,3

2,07

207

124,2

12,42

115

0

0,4

2,06

206

123,8

12,38

86

0

0,5

2,07

207

124,2

12,42

69

0,1

0,5

2,05

205

123,1

12,31

57

0,2

0,5

2,06

206

123,5

12,35

49

0,3

0,5

2.06

206

123,8

12,38

43

0,4

0,5

2,05

205

123,1

12,31

38

0,5

0,5

2,04

204

122,4

12,24

34

0,6

0,5

2,05

205

122,8

12,28

31

0,7

0,5

2,02

202

121

12,1

28

0,8

0,5

2,03

203

121,7

12,17

26

0,9

0,5

2,02

202

121

12,1

24

1

0,5

2,07

207

124,2

12,42

23


 

Techical Data

HLOROGEN  H125 – TECHNICAL DATA

Capacity of equivalent chlorine (kg/h):

0,125

Saturated brine solution flow 30%(l/h):

1,25

Softened water flow (l/h):

11,25

Electrolyte flow (l/h):

12,5

Salt consumption (kg/h):

0,375

Power consumption (W):

600

Voltage (~V; 50Hz):

170 – 250

NaOCl solution strength (%):

0,9 – 1

Electrolyzer E125 (pcs):

1

Hydraulic board with stand (pcs):

1

Water softener K180/8 (pcs):

1

Softened water tank ROMH50/250(pcs):

1

Saturator RSH50/250(pcs):

1

NaOCl tank RNHH50/250(pcs):

1

Brine pump Sigma Classic MTM2 (pcs):

1

Softened water pump Sigma Classic MGM (pcs):

1

Power supply OEH (pcs):

1

Ventilation system – Fan TD-160/100N (pcs):

1

Microprocessor control – Hlorogen PLC (pcs):

1

 

Electrolyzer Model E125

anodes

cathodes

capacity ekv. Cl2 (kg/h)

capacity ekv. Cl2 (kg/day)

pcs.

dim.(mm)

material

conn.

pcs.

dim. (mm)

material

conn.

0,125

3

4

150 x 100 x 2

Titanium

serial

5

150 x 100 x 2

Hastelloy

serial

Input electrolyte NaCl (gr/l)

Total electrolyte flow (l/h)

Conversion index (kg NaCl/1kg Cl2)

Current density (mA/cm²)

Input water temperature (˚C)

Allowed water hardness (mg/l CaCO3)

30

12.5

2,8 – 3

100

5 – 20

17

Working DC voltage (V)

Optimal DC current (A)

Switching power supply type

Allowed AC voltage (V)

Max. DC current (A)

Optimal power consumption (kWh)

7

60

2 x SP-320-7,5

90 – 260

10

0.5

Produced solution concentration (%)

Optimal electrolyte temperature (˚C)

Salt consumption (kg/day)

Salt consumption (kg/month)

*Maximal water flow with keeping residual at  0,5 mg/l which can be disinfect (l/sec) 

0,9 – 1

30

9

270

69

 

Operation Basics

Hlorogen H125 – Operation Basics

Water from the pipeline is filling water softener (4), calcium and magnesium ions are removed, and on the outlet of the softened water is obtained. Dosing pump (6) is transferring this water to the electrolyser where it is mixed with sodium chloride solution transferred from tank (3) by means of another dosing pump ( tank 3 contains saturated sodium chloride solution). Electrochemical reaction which results in conversion of sodium chloride into sodium hypochlorite is taking place in the electrolyser cell energized by direct electric current from energetic assembly (35) of the Hlorogen device Hypochlorite solution is stored in the tank (2). Hydrogen generated by conversion reaction is let in to atmosphere by means of ventilating system (28). Optimal hypochlorite production is achieved using system automatic arrangement (36). Sodium hypochlorite solution is injected by dosing membrane pumps (38) into pipeline with water to be disinfected. Residual chlorine analyzer (39) connected into regulation circuit with dosing pump keeps the concentration of residual chlorine in the water on the predetermined level. This is providing continuous production of disinfecting agent, automatic process control and automatic dosing and residual chlorine control.

Full system operation can be monitored through PC (37).

TECHNOLOGICAL SCHEME OF HLOROGEN PLANT

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