OUR RESEARCH - YOUR FUTURE
Innovation is essential to pursue new business opportunities in current and new markets.
An international team of scientists, chemists and engineers are involved in R&D activities carried out by HOWAH R&D Division.
The final scope of the research conducted by our R&D Division is to identify and develop innovative opportunities in the different fields of electrochemistry.
Electrodes on going development
Mixed Metal Oxide Coated Titanium Anode
The mixed metal oxides are formed on the substrate through a process of thermal- decomposition, creating an oxide coating of the platinum group metals
Platinized Titanium/Niobium Anode
Platinum is used as an anode material when either metallurgically clad or electroplated onto either a titanium substrate
Lead Oxide Titanium/Ceramic Anode
Lead dioxide anode is an economical alternative to the platinized anode. PbO2 anodes are mainly used in the electrolytic production of perchlorates and chlorates.These lead dioxide anodes are produced by coating lead dioxide on a substrate material by means of electrodeposition method.