Cell
Comparison
10
amps/sqft
05
amps/sqft
0.66 sqft
0.31sqft
100%
up to 50%
100%
up to 50%
Up to 1.5
gpm
0.5 gpm
YES
NO
Maximum Amps / SQFT
ThinCell          Tubular cell 2"
Actual anode area provided
per vertical foot of effective
membrane area
Membrane efficiency
Anode efficiency
Anolyte flow limits
Side by Side mounting
Anode efficiency: The area of the anode that is actually producing
electrical energy that passes through the ACTIVE area of the membrane.
This can be seen on an old tubular style anode, in which the front surface
of the anode is deteriorated, while the back half is like new. ThinCells
wear evenly across the entire face of the anode. It is important to
understand that a tubular cell only uses about half the anode purchased.

Membrane efficiency: This is the area of the membrane, in which the
electrical energy actually passes through. Since electricity takes a path of
least resistance, only the membrane area between the part and anode is
actually effectively used during operation. The remaining is just structural.


Some manufactures of Tubular cells claim that having more membrane
area versus anode area is important and critical. However there is no
mention or calculations in electro deposition that this applies too.

E-Coat is dependant on Anode Area with respect to anolyte cells. Extra
membrane does not have any benefit electrically.  Thus, if you are looking
to run efficiently and use what you pay for ThinCells will do the trick.

Tube cell technology is 35+ years old. ThinCells are state of the art
technology, for todays applications higher load demands.
Anode efficiency
Anode efficiency
Anode efficiency
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TTX - SST MOUNTING BRACKET
USED TO REPLACE TUBE CELL
USING EXISTING BOTTOM
BRACKET AND HARDWARE
It takes 2 of
these to equal
1 ThinCell