RETEMA magazine publishes a report on Kern’s sodium hypochlorite technology

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RETEMA, the Technical Journal of Environment referent of the sector, publishes an article on the innovative technology of production of sodium hypochlorite from Kern S&D. The article emphasizes that the plants designed and developed by Kern S&D aim to answer to the growing worldwide need for industrial "in situ" production of small quantities of sodium hypochlorite, using an innovative technology based on a bipolar membrane electrolyzer. There are many advantages of these Kern S&D plants compared to others in the market, such as their low investment and operation and maintenance costs, high degree of automation, high safety and respect for the environment.

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