Seawater Anolyte Generators
(Envirolyte Technology)

New Opportunities - New Applications

Using seawater as feed brine for OmniLyte generators of activated (disinfecting and washing) solutions has always been a challenge and a great temptation for the scientists and engineers of the company. The reasons for that are quite obvious: eliminating the need for any source of mains water and preparation of brine makes the OmniLyte technology even simpler and more cost-effective. Moreover, it moves the horizons for the use of the technology to the previously untouched areas of all types of offshore/onboard or/and aquaculture applications wherever there is a need for disinfection, sterilization, and water purification.

The idea of the seawater to be used as the main and the only feed for OmniLyte units lies in the chemistry of the seawater, which is predominantly sodium chloride solution accompanied by some other salts. The concentration of sodium chloride is sufficient to generate the necessary volume of active chlorine to render disinfecting properties to the final product - anolyte generated purely from the seawater.

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OmniLyte seawater machines are the further development of OmniLyte technology to suit our customers' disinfection and water purification needs in the aquaculture industry and offshore/onboard operations.

OmniLyte seawater machines have been designed to generate ANK-neutral anolyte and catholyte, if needed, out of the seawater with salinity ranging from 5-7 PSU (salty water) to 33-35 PSU (ocean water), with active chlorine concentration in the range of 500 pm-1000 ppm. 

THE KEY FEATURES

  • Full automation and easy operating procedures give the added benefits to the rapid delivery of a fast-acting disinfectant -ANK -neutral anolyte.

  • The strength of ANK-neutral anolyte in active chlorine concentration is preset during manufacturing. Still, it is adjustable according to the customer's requirements.

  • The control system of OmniLyte seawater units is simple and easy to operate. It can be altered to suit different applications and conditions.

  • Flow and pressure controllers are installed in the Hydraulic part to stop the OmniLyte unit if there is an interruption of the water supply and to start it as soon as water flow resumes.

  • A variable brine pump ensures a required dosage at any given time.

  • The enclosures are made of non-corrosive materials, but various types can be provided according to the customer's demand.

  • Tubes and connectors are made of EPDM/PVDF plastics and are highly resistant to aggressive solutions.

  • All input and output connectors are located on the sides of the boxes to allow them wall-mountable. 

  • A simple on/off switch with a power indicator allows starting and stopping OmniLyte seawater units manually.

  • Level switches or ORP meters enable to start and stop OmniLyte seawater units automatically.

  • The reset button allows starting the unit regardless of the level switchers' position.

  • An alarm is inbuilt in the unit but can be arranged in any remote area through an external connection.

  • PC/Internet control is optional for all OmniLyte seawater units, which allows monitoring of the unit's operation, diagnosis, and remedy of any potential problem from a control room at any location and distance from the installation site.

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General Layout of OmniLyte Seawater Anolyte Generator

 

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • OmniLyte seawater units are manufactured with output capacity ranging from 40 LPH up to 6000 LPH of ANK- neutral anolyte;

  • OmniLyte seawater units are assembled in our traditional polycarbonate, stainless steel, or steel finished with powered technology, reinforced polyester or chromate aluminum enclosures;

  • Power source 380/230/110 VAС ±10%;

  • Power consumption depends on the model and may vary from 740 W/H to 10, 5 KWT/H;

  • Feed water - seawater with the salinity ranging from 5-7 PSU up to 33-35 PSU