Copper foil, aluminum foil production
During electrolysis, cations in the electrolyte migrate to the cathode, and electrons are obtained on the anode to be reduced. Anions run to the anode and lose electrons to be oxidized. Two electrodes are connected to the copper sulfate solution, and direct current is applied. At this time, it will be found that copper and hydrogen are precipitated on the plate connected to the cathode of the power supply. The copper dissolved from the anode supplements the consumption of copper ions in the electrolyte, and the surface of the cathode is treated to a certain extent, so that the copper layer deposited on the cathode can be peeled off, and a copper skin with a certain thickness will be obtained. The copper skin with certain functions is called copper foil.
Such electrodes have excellent coating uniformity, higher electrocatalytic performance, less anode dross, more stable electrode spacing, and longer service life.
Our company's insoluble anodes can operate under different operating conditions to produce high quality foils and thicknesses (including ultra-thin foils). Copper clad laminate (CCL), home appliances, communications, computing (3C) industries, etc.
|Initial voltage<4V, less than 0.15V lower than peer anode products
|At 8000A/m2, each unit can save about 60,000 kWh/year of power consumption