Electrochemical oxidation

The process of electrochemical oxidation with diamond-coated electrodes is based on the generation of strong oxidizing agents directly in water.

Water electrolysis is suppressed which leads to the production of e.g. ozone, peroxide and hydroxyl radicals with almost 100 percent current efficiency on the diamond-coated electrodes.

These eliminate pollutants and germs efficiently so that it is not necessary to add further chemicals. The sterilizing process is easy to steer by regulating the low current or current density.