Synder Filtration’s SuperCELLTM is a heavy duty, lightweight, one piece C-Cell anode cell designed for optimum paint coverage in large electrocoat paint tanks. It offers incredible efficiency and performance with 100% of the cell facing the job and is thus the most economic option for large volume paint tanks.
FEATURES AND BENEFITSLower Operating Costs
Increased amps per square foot and subsequent savings in electrical power usage provide for dramatic reductions in operating costs vs. box cellsBetter Coverage
More throw angles mean greater coverage and longer paint times in monorail systemsEasy to Use & Maintain
Heavy duty, light weight, and in one piece to ensure easy lifting and simple power cable connections.Flexibility For Your Tank
Available in four different sizes, including a low profile option for tanks with limited clearance between the part and tank wall.
Annular space between membrane and inner support greatly improves rinsing of membrane to reduce foulants, such as iron oxide. This in turn minimizes build up of electrical resistance on the membrane.
ANODE CELL EXAMPLE
ANOLYTE RECIRCULATION SYSTEM
Synder Filtration’s Anolyte Recirculation System offers advanced conductivity controllers, ultrasonic level sensors, and UV systems to meet the needs of both automotive and industrial E-Coat applications. These can be customized to fit your specific requirements
SUPER CELL DESIGN
- Semicircular anode & membrane
- Designed for ease in lifting and connecting to the power cable
- Weighs less than 1/3 of a standard flat cell
- No welds below the anolyte fluid to prevent failure due to submerged mechanical or welded connections
- Made from 10 gauge or 3/16” thick 316L stainless steel
BETTER THROW ANGLES
The Super CELLTM offers a greater range of electrical “throw angles” vs. flat cells. A greater variety of throw angles can significantly improve the coating quality and coverage in hard to reach areas of the part.
More throw angles also allow the anode to start painting sooner in monorail systems.
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