Product Sheet BFCC
BFCC uses DC electrolysis to make copper and chlorine to prevent biofouling.
With more than 25 years of proven reliability and over 160 units operating worldwide in a wide variety of applications, the BFCC system is smaller and less expensive than other units available on the market—even in comparison with conventional sodium hypochlorite generators—and requires much less power and maintenance.
The BFCC copper chlorine system generates small but precise concentrations of copper and chlorine with DC electrolysis. These concentrations discourage system contamination while minimizing environmental impacts. The system has no moving parts, and there is no requirement for a hydrogen disengagement system, which further reduces environmental effects and operating costs. The simplicity of the design offers a small footprint, lower maintenance, and greater system design flexibility.
The BFCC system uses DC electrolysis to produce copper and chlorine at low concentrations—typically 5 ppb and 50 ppb, respectively—considerably less than a chlorine-only system. These low concentrations have a significantly lower environmental impact and can be generated with a simpler, smaller system with less ongoing input requirements. Additional cost-saving attributes include: