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1/7/2015

Tubular Anolyte Cells for Electrocoat Paint Processes

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The cell allows for easy replacement of the membrane section only, reducing replacement and shipping costs.

Filtration and Separation Technology International Inc. has a newly designed anolyte cell for electrocoat paint stabilization trade-named EDCell. Designed to allow electrocoat users to quickly and easily disconnect and separate the anolyte cell in to different sections, the cell allows for easy replacement of the membrane section only, reducing replacement and shipping costs. This design is coupled with a welded membrane seam that improves its chemical compatibility with cleaning and sanitizing agents, provides a more robust seal, and increases the effective membrane area by having a minimal seam overlap down the length of the membrane. Some competitive anolyte cells have a larger overlap, which reduces the membrane effective area.
In addition, the EDCell’s design allows the anode to be rotated without dis-assembly. This allows easy anode rotation which provides longer anode life. 

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