Electrocoagulation water test video of an Oil & Gas
Client in February 2013

Electrocoagulation (EC), the passing of electrical current through water, has proven very effective in the removal of contaminants from water. Electrocoagulation systems have been in existence for many years (Dieterich, patented 1906), using a variety of anode and cathode geometries, including plates, balls, fluidized bed spheres, wire mesh, rods, and tubes. F&T Water Solutions technology has taken a quantum leap in refining the EC process to increase removal rates and to lower capital and operating costs.