Answer: Electrochlorination, which is the process of producing a non-hazardous chlorine equivalent.
This is a process of electrolysis of brine/seawater solution which forms a sodium hypochlorite solution. With this solution, biofouling is minimized and controlled by limiting macro and micro-marine organisms that attach themselves to wetted surfaces they come in contact with. If not controlled, biofouling will enhance corrosion and diminish heat transfer thus increasing piping losses via flow restriction and turbulence.
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