Commercial hypochlorite can be prone to degradation, reducing the strength of the product and its effectiveness as a water disinfectant. Evoqua Water Technologies, the global leader in cost-effective and reliable water treatment systems and services, have developed a unique solution to help mitigate this challenge.

Evoqua has just rolled-out its new OSEC® L electrolyser, an innovative water disinfection system that creates sodium hypochlorite on-site and on demand, at a cost that is significantly lower than purchased hypochlorite.

The system eliminates concerns associated with transportation and storage of liquefied chlorine gas or commercial sodium hypochlorite solutions, making it ideal for many applications requiring chlorination.

The design is compact, easy to install and easy to use. It offers a modern colour touchscreen control and display, plug and play installation and a footprint roughly 50 per cent smaller than other on-site generators.

 An inherently safe alternative to chlorine, sodium hypochlorite and calcium hypochlorite, the process does not require handling of any hazardous chemicals.

Key benefits

  • No hazardous chemicals required – safe alternative to chlorine, bleach and chlorine tablets
  • Single module provides >400 g / hr chlorine equivalents with interchangeable OSEC cartridges
  • Multiple modules can be configured to meet higher capacities
  • Transparent electrolyser housing for easy electrode inspection
  • Certified to NSF/ANSI 61 Drinking Water
  • Pre-engineered hydrogen ventilation system


  • Drinking water, remote chlorination stations and well sites
  • Commercial aquatics, pools, theme parks, splash pads and spas
  • Industrial process water, light manufacturing and cooling towers
  • Healthcare, retirement villages, nursing homes and institutional facilities
  • Water reuse, agricultural and irrigation

For more information, visit or call 1300 661 809.

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Lauren ‘LJ’ Butler is the Assistant Editor of Utility magazine and has been part of the team at Monkey Media since 2018.

After completing a Bachelor of Media, Communications and Professional Writing at the University of Wollongong in 2014, and prior to writing about the utility sector, LJ worked as a Journalist and Sub Editor across the horticulture, hardware, power equipment, construction and accommodation industries with publishers such as Glenvale Publications, Multimedia Publishing and Bean Media Group.

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