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2/8/2018

Anolyte Cells Offer Advantages Over Tube Cells

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Anolyte Cell Resources says its ThinCell anolyte cells provide twice the actual effective anode area of tube cells, and feature a 1.8" profile, allowing extra space in the tank for more painted product.

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Anolyte Cell Resources says its ThinCell anolyte cells provide twice the actual effective anode area of tube cells, and feature a 1.8" profile, allowing extra space in the tank for more painted product. Their design also eliminates seams, gaskets, nuts and bolts—weak points in other cell geometries that are known to fail, the company says. The anolyte cells also operate at 10 amps/ft.2, twice the power output of tube cells.

According to the company, cells can be installed side by side, without any gaps, allowing for a full wall of calculated anode area and increasing paint throughput. Every ThinCell also is fully submersible and classified as a pressurized cell, and cells many be replaced one at a time to meet budget requirements. Their fully disposable design also means no maintenance is required.

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