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Features of the Bypass Processor

Bypass water processor is a common device in water processors

By-pass water processor , using metal electrodes made of special materials, under the action of an appropriate applied voltage, micro-electrolysis of the water flowing through it will cause the chloride, oxygen molecules and water molecules dissolved in the water to generate the following oxidizing substances: Chlorine oxide (CLO2), active oxygen (O), hydrogen peroxide (H202), molecular chlorine (CL2), hypochlorous acid (HClO), etc.

1.Descaling and antiscaling

After the water passes the circulating water processor, the degree of polymerization of water molecules decreases, the structure deforms, and a series of small elastic changes in physical and chemical properties occur. For example, the water dipole moment increases and the polarity is added. Scaling ability. The specific energy field of the by-pass water processor changes the CaCO3 crystallization process, which occurs as calcite, providing the energy for the aragonite crystallization. Under the action of the electrode, the processor generates a large number of microcrystals with excellent antiscaling function. The microcrystals can preferentially remove the easily-scaled ions in the water, forming a loose aragonite, which is discharged into the scale bucket outside the system through an automatic valve, which is convenient. Observe the descaling effect.

2.Sterilization and algae killing

During the treatment of water by an electric field, dissolved oxygen is activated, and active oxygen such as O2-, OH, 1O2, and H2O2 occurs (O2- is a superoxide anion radical, OH is a hydroxyl radical, 1O2 is a singlet oxygen, and H2O2 is hydrogen peroxide ). Active oxygen radicals are strong bactericidal substances, which can cause a series of oxidation to the microorganism body, which is the main reason for the death of microorganisms. ⑴, O2- can damage important biological macromolecules, causing damage to microbial organisms; ⑵O2- adds membrane lipid peroxidation of microbial organisms to accelerate aging. Microorganisms (bacteria, viruses) that can be killed: Legionella pneumophila, Chlamydia, Mycoplasma, E. coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus subtilis, Bacillus mutans, Shigella, Meningococcus, Tuberculosis, Hepatitis virus, Respiratory virus and so on. Algae that can be killed: green algae: chlorella, squarella, euglena, cyanobacteria, chlorella, conidium, crescent moon algae, spicula algae, horny algae; cyanobacterium: spirulina Cyanophytes, diatoms, etc.

3.Anti-rust and anti-corrosion

When the water body is subjected to high-frequency electromagnetic energy, a single water molecule contains dissolved oxygen molecules in the water, so that the dissolved oxygen becomes inert oxygen, and the origin of the oxygen required for metal corrosion is cut off. Together, the "skin effect" that occurs in an electromagnetic place with a dangling composite modulation frequency induced by high-frequency electromagnetic waves gathers excess negative charges on the wall of the tube, while the remaining positive charges accumulate inside the water, and the excess positive charges in the water accumulate. It strongly repels the positively charged same-type Fe +, preventing Fe from losing electrons to Fe +, and separating from the metal pipe wall into the water, (the yellow rust water that occurs in the system is the color of Fe + in the water). The excess negative electrons on the tube wall together with the side-stream water processor also continuously attract positively charged Fe +, preventing Fe + from dissolving in water, and then reducing the Fe2O3 (red rust) on the original tube wall to a highly corrosion-resistant Black rust outer film Fe3O4. Active oxygen produces an oxide film on the pipe wall to prevent corrosion of the pipeline. During operation, active oxygen continues to coat and passivate the water pipe wall. Microbial corrosion and accumulation corrosion are suppressed.