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  • TCA-22 Total Chlorine Analyzer Product Presentation

    TCA-22 Total Chlorine AnalyzerELECTRO-CHEMICAL DEVICESTCA-22 System Configuration? Total Chlorine Analyzer1) C22- Analyzer and Controller2) S10- pH with Temperature Sensor3) Total Chlorine Sensor (TCS)1234db(TCS)4) Constant Head Flow Controller? Easily Set-Up Panel Mounted Systema) Mount per dimensionsb) Plumb in ¼” NPTc) Plumb out ¾” NPTd) Wire the C22 ControllerdcaWhat is Total Chlorine?? ...

  • Taste and Odor Control Brochure

    Low threshold odor compounds associated with potable water are effectively oxidized and controlled by chlorine dioxide addition. Chlorine dioxide offers utilities a simple solution to taste and odor problems without compromising regulatory compliance. Chlorine Dioxide TASTE & ODOR CONTROL ? Broad spectrum antimicrobial activity ? Effective over a wide pH range ? 2.6 times the oxidizing ...

  • MIOX in Wastewater Applications Brochure

    Module: Wastewater Treatment ApplicationWWTP Process Flow DiagramBenefits of Mixed Oxidant Solution for Wastewater Treatment and Reuse? Low lifecycle costs? No hazardous chemicals used or produced? Reduces or eliminates biofilmin distribution lines? Reduces total coliforms? The dechlorination feed rate stabilizes to a steady state, eliminating constant monitoring and adjustment. ? A durable ...

  • Nitrification Control Brochure

    Nitrification excursions in the distribution system are controlled by the use of chlorine dioxide. Chlorine dioxide offers utilities a simple solution to nitrification excursions without compromising regulatory compliance. Chlorine Dioxide NITRIFICATION CONTROL ? Broad spectrum antimicrobial activity ? Effective over a wide pH range ? 2.6 times the oxidizing capacity of chlorine ? Does not ...

  • Caroat - The Superchlorination Alternative Brochure

    CaroatThe Superchlorination AlternativeWhy Superchlorinate?In order to disinfect pool or spa water a sanitizer, killing pathogenic bacteria and viruseswithin seconds of application is required.Although alternative methods are gaining in popularity and acceptance, there are severalreasons why chlorine is far and away the No. 1 sanitizer used in pools and spas:~ It is time-tested~ It is quick and ...

  • CT Disinfection Brochure

    The broad spectrum disinfection properties of chlorine dioxide result in a lower C T value than traditional chlorine treatment to help a plant comply with EPA regulations. Chlorine dioxide offers utilities a simple solution to primary disinfection requirements. Chlorine Dioxide CT DISINFECTION CREDITS ? Broad spectrum antimicrobial activity ? Effective over a wide pH range ? 2.6 times the ...

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    Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP)/Redox Brochure

    WHAT IS ORP?Oxidation Reduction Potential or Redox is the activity or strength of oxidizers and reducers in relation to their concentration. Oxidizers accept electrons, reducers lose electrons. Examples of oxidizers are: chlorine, hydrogen peroxide, bromine, ozone, and chlorine dioxide. Examples of reducers are sodium sulfite, sodium bisulfate and hydrogen sulfide. Like acidity and alkalinity, ...

  • Iron & Manganese Control Brochure

    Chlorine Dioxide IRON & MANGANESE CONTROL Iron & manganese are common problems associated with potable water treatment. Oxidation of iron & manganese with chlorine dioxide offers utilities a simple solution without compromising regulatory compliance. ? Broad spectrum antimicrobial activity ? Effective over a wide pH range ? 2.6 times the oxidizing capacity of chlorine ? Does not ...

  • What is a Mixed Oxidant - The Differences between On-Site Generated Mixed-Oxidant Solution and Sodium Hypochlorite Brochure

    The Differences between On-Site Generated Mixed-Oxidant Solution and Sodium Hypochlorite (aka the Master Features Summary) Wesley L. Bradford, Ph.D., formerly Los Alamos Technical Associates, Inc. (LATA), Los Alamos, NM, and Chief Scientist, Product Development, MIOX Corporation, Albuquerque, NM Currently Chief Scientist, MIOX Corporation, Albuquerque, NM Last updated 8 February 2011 ...

  • THM & HAA Control Brochure

    ? Broad spectrum antimicrobial activity ? Effective over a wide pH range ? 2.6 times the oxidizing capacity of chlorine ? Does not chlorinate or form halogenated DBPs ? Selective chemistry; no reaction with ammonia ? Easily implemented and fed to system ? Not temperature sensitive ? Residuals easily analyzed ? Bacteria, protozoa & virus inactivation ? Cost effective alternative The ...

  • FCA-22 Free Chlorine Analyzer Product Presentation

    FCA-22 Free Chlorine AnalyzerELECTRO-CHEMICAL DEVICESFCA-22 System Configuration? Free Chlorine Analyzer1) C22- Analyzer and Controller2) S10- pH with Temperature Sensor3) Free Chlorine Sensor (FCS)1234db(FCS)4) Constant Head Flow Controller? Panel Mounteda) Mount per dimensionsb) Plumb in ¼” NPTc) Plumb out ¾” NPTd) Wire the C22 ControllerdcaWhat is Free Chlorine?? Chlorine gas (Cl2) ...

  • PersulfOx Brochure

    W W W .r eg en es is .c o m For a Free Consultation and Application Design for the use of PersulfOx visit www.regenesis.com Advanced Technologies for Contaminated Site Remediation REGENESIS / 1011 Calle Sombra / San Clemente / CA 92673-6244 / USA / T: 949.366.8000 / F: 949.366.8090 / www.regenesis.com ChemiCal OxidatiOn A Sodium Persulfate - Based In Situ Chemical Oxidant with ...

  • Photo-Cat AOP+

    Technology Update: CFFeR® (Chemical Free Iron Removal) from Water www.Purifics.com1 of 3Application Process __________________________________________ Purifics has developed a proprietary chemical free, ultra low cost process called CFFeR to remove Fe (Iron) and other metals from water. It is ideally suited for drinking water and ground water remediation purposes. CFFeR oxidizes the iron ...

  • Shock Chlorination For Private Well Owners Brochure

    Shock chlorination/well sanitation is simply the process ofadding a sanitizer to the well in high concentrations to destroy anybacterial growth. Shock chlorination is effective in reducing an ironbacteria, hydrogen sulfur, or coliform bacteria problem. However insevere cases, it may be only a temporary solution, and must berepeated periodically. There are a number of reasons to shock chlorinate ...

  • Soil-Therm - Custom Remediation Systems Brochure

    CCusstom Reemmeediiattioon SSyssteemmss5310 Derry Ave, Unit CAgoura Hills, CA 91301-4509(818) 706-9875 FAX (818) 706-2145www.soiltherm.comSOIL-THERM has over 22 years experience custom designing and building the fi nest, most innovative en-vironmental equipment on the market. SOIL-THERM continues to provide top quality, dependable equipment, and a commitment to our customers of future ...

  • Synergistic Inactivation of Bacillus globigiiSpores Using Combined Aqueous Chlorine and Ultraviolet Light Brochure

    Synergistic Inactivation of Bacillus globigii Spores Using Combined Aqueous Chlorine and Ultraviolet LightAndrew K. Boal1, Bruce E. Olson1, George Bajszar1, Shane A. Snyder2, Benjamin D. Stanford3, and Susan B. Rivera1(1) MIOX Corporation, Albuquerque, NM (2) University or Arizona, Tucson, AZ (3) Hazen and Sawyer, PC, Raleigh, NCIntroductionAqueous Chlorine Advanced Oxidation ProcessesAdvanced ...

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