Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) is an effective, low concentration water disinfectant offering a high residual quality that helps to eradicate biofilm and support robust Legionella control in water distribution systems. These new generation ClO2IX production systems are proven in solving all of the problems and perceived limitations of conventional ClO2 generation and come in a range of models to provide 5KG to 90+KG/day of ClO2.
These chlorine dioxide production systems are used by water treatment companies on sites to eradicate biofilm, control Legionella and protect water distribution systems and risk to human health from waterborne pathogens, bacteria and viruses.
ClO2 is made through the formation of chlorous acid. The ClO2IX systems produce a solution of chlorous acid without residual Na+ by using a special cation exchange resin in the H+ form. This removes the Na+ from sodium chlorite and replaces it with H+ to form pure chlorous acid.
Once chlorous acid is formed, the reaction to ClO2 can commence. Using catalytic technology, the ClO2IX generator converts almost instantaneously (>98.5%) of the chlorous acid to ClO2. The resultant 700 mg/l ClO2 or Chlorate product contains no chlorine, no ozone and virtually no chlorite. Because of the ability for the ClO2IX system to dispense continuously on demand rather than batch process (it is a duplex system), high quality, low concentration ClO2 is produced on demand, reliably.
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