Platinum plated titanium anode
Platinum plated titanium anode has the advantages of excellent electrochemical performance and high corrosion resistance of titanium metal, compared with other soluble electrodes and lead anode:
Flexible, can meet the needs of a variety of use
Can produce complex shape of the anode
Light weight (especially net anode)
In the case of higher current density, it can also guarantee a long service life
Titanium structure is firm, does not deform
Can re plating platinum
Precipitation uniformity, high quality of finished products
The anode of the titanium metal is a network, a plate, a rod, a wire and a tube. Standard platinum layer thickness of 2-5 m, at a higher request, the platinum layer thickness up to 20 m. The service life of the platinum plated titanium anode depends on the working medium (electrolyte) and the current intensity of the anode (current density).
Current density should not exceed 75A/dm2. Less than this value, the wear of the platinum layer is very small, but also to estimate the life of the anode. In accordance with the experience, in the fluorine free chromium plating solution, each one million ampere hour platinum layer wear is about 1-4 grams. When the current density is higher than 75A/dm2 or the use of fluorine containing electrolyte, we recommend the use of platinum plated niobium anode (see platinum plating platinum plating anode).
Specification for platinum plated titanium anode
Base metal: titanium
Material quality: Gr.1 (DIN 3.7025) or Gr.2 (DIN 3.7035)
Substrate shape: net, plate, tube, rod and wire
Size and structure: user defined
The platinum layer thickness: 0- 20 m /
The maximum is 75 A/dm2
Scope of application: anode / bidirectional electrode
PH value: 11 - 0
Plating temperature: maximum 60 degrees C
Most of the use of the network is the platinum plated titanium anode, which is mainly due to its outstanding practical performance, such as strong ionization release capacity, better electrolyte exchange, tight structure and weight and so on.