Power to the Cell:
The voltage and amps on the plates are controlled to optimize the cleaning process. For a particular application, a voltage that is too low tends to cause plating on the electrodes which is undesirable. A voltage which is too high tends to produce an excessive amount of oxygen which tends to oxidize the anode and inhibits the production of desirable ions. A certain amount of time is required for the desired electrolysis action to take place. If the flow rate of liquid through the cell is too great, there will be insufficient time for the desired action to take place. Similarly, if the rate of flow of the liquid is too slow, an accumulation of gasses becomes excessive and tends to oxidize the anode. Voltage and amperage control on the Water Cleaning Services LLC unit is provided by a separate unit.