ECOTHOR®-D is a simple to operate, chemical-free, cost-effective solution to eliminate pathogens and other microorganisms in at-risk water circuits such as those for cooling towers, hotel & hospital hot water systems, or for safe re-use of process water. The E2metrix technology is protected by a vast portfolio of patents.
ECOTHOR®– Electrolysis Technology Platform
ECOTHOR® is the next-generation technology for the removal & recovery of nutrients, the reduction of micro-contaminants, the elimination of microorganisms and the advanced oxidation of complex organics.
ECOTHOR® is a comprehensive and cost-effective solution for advance wastewater treatment.
Low OPEX – proprietary anode design with an optimized power management system ensures low operating costs.
Low CAPEX – flexible reactor sizing ensures that the system can easily scale up from less than 10 m3/d to more than 5,000 m3/d.
The electrodisinfection process an electrical current through the water which is passing through a reactor. The current ionizes the organic compounds on the surface of the bacterial and biofilm cell walls (including legionella) in the water, which induces the inactivation of the organism and its elimination. The removal of these pathogens is achieved with the potential difference between the electrodes, as well as the formation of clean, powerful oxidants.
ECOTHOR®-D uses non-sacrificial anodes designed to generate powerful oxidants. The type of anode used is based on the requirements of the application. Different anodes are used depending on the properties of the water. The type and quantity of the oxidant generated can be adjusted via the system controls and algorithms. The oxidants can include hydroxyl radicals of various forms, ozone, hydrogen peroxide and others. Because the electrodes are non-sacrificial, they have a long working life.
LOW COST OF OWNERSHIP (RENTAL BASIS AVAILABLE)
FULLY AUTOMATED WITH REMOTE OPERATION ON MULTIPLE PLATFORMS
SIMULTANEOUS MULTIPLE CONTAMINANT REMOVAL
COMPACT AND MODULAR
HIGH FLOW RATES
NO MOVING PARTS