Why Platinum Electrodes Can Be Widely Used

As an electrode material, platinum is widely used in the fields of electroplating, electrolytic synthesis, electrochemical treatment of wastewater, and fuel cells. Platinum electrodes have the characteristics of strong corrosion resistance, high catalytic activity, high oxygen evolution potential, and low hydrogen evolution potential.

The anode material is also a cathode material with excellent performance. Except for a few mixed acids, platinum shows excellent corrosion resistance in hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, sulfuric acid, hydrofluoric acid, phosphoric acid and most electrolyte solutions.

Many important electrochemical industrial fields, such as the production of hydrogen peroxide, ammonium persulfate, electrolyzed water, etc., can be used as anode materials. However, platinum resources are scarce and expensive, especially because the electrode materials used in industry have a large area.

It is not feasible to directly use pure platinum anodes in production, which restricts the promotion and application of platinum electrodes in the electrochemical industry.

Our company is based on a new platinum-coating technology, which makes the production cost of platinum-coated anodes lower, the manufacturing process is simple, and the bonding force is good

The conductivity and enhanced life of sintered platinum electrodes are better than imported platinum-plated titanium electrodes. It has been shown in practical application that its electrolysis effect is better than that of ruthenium iridium coating, and alkaline ionized water with pH=9.5 or above, orp above -250mv and acidic ionized water with pH=3-4 can be obtained.