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Nuclear

Radioactive Isotope Removal: Metal ion isotope removal from cooling water at a nuclear power plant site demonstrates another effective application of electrocoagulation.

A competitor using electrochemical treatment (Plate electrodes) has successfully decontaminated the pond water at the Magnox, Bradwell B reactor. The removal of radio-nuclides from the ‘pond’ water (700 m3) allowed them to flush out into a river and continue with plant decommissioning.  As the Triton units have been designed to surpass the aptitude of such electrodes; with the ability to easily introduce various feed materials at different stages of the chain reactor, new reactions can be induced throughout the system to suit particularly difficult substances and increase the potency of this technology to deal with them more effectively.