Synthetic Diamond for use in Water & wastewater treatment

Synthetic Diamond for use in Water & wastewater treatment

Synthetic diamond electrodes are used in the treatment of highly contaminated industrial wastewaters

Element Six electrochemical processing grade synthetic diamond electrodes enable the efficient electrochemical oxidation of dissolved contaminants in industrial wastewaters, in systems which are: 

 

 

  • Convenient and simple to use
  • Cost effective
  • Environmentally sustainable
  • Successful in treating effluents that are difficult or impossible to treat by conventional means

 

Diamox electrochemical cells

Element Six designs and builds electrochemical cells, incorporating Diafilm EP, that are ready for implementation.  Read more on our Diamox page.

 

Diafilm EP Grade

Element Six's Diafilm EP (Electrochemical Processing grade) is a unique free-standing boron-doped diamond (BDD) electrode material that makes viable the use of Electrochemical Advanced Oxidation Processes (EAOP's) for the treatment of industrial wastewater. Read more about Diafilm EP here.

 

Solutions for multiple industries

Diamox and Diafilm EP are ready to be implemented into EAOP systems for effective on site wastewater treatment across a wide range of industries:

 

  • Spent caustic
  • Textile wastewater
  • Pharmaceutical wastewater
  • Landfill leachate
  • Industrial chemicals 

 

Read more in the following article, or listen to the podcast:

Water Online, “Diamond Electrode Wastewater Treatment Shines Bright” February 25, 2016

Water Technology, “Podcast: How Diamond is Used in Wastewater Treatment Applications” March 29, 2016

 

For more information please contact us on +1 (408)986-2424 or email: technologies@e6.com