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Chlorine dioxide, discovered in 1811, was not successful at all in industrial applications and (drinking) water treatment despite superior disinfection capacities. The main reasons of the lack of success were the physical chemical properties of the product. Chlorine dioxide had to be produced on the spot, was an unstable and explosive gas and also generated many by-products (Chlorite, free chlorine,...)

Diamondoxide Is the most safe concept for the production of chlorine dioxide and it’s a concept in which a pure chlorine dioxide solution in water by the reaction of 2 stable liquids. The chlorine dioxide is practically 100% pure (99,9%). There are no by-products such as free chlorine and chlorite. There is no risk of explosion. Due to all these advantages and the superior disinfection capacity, chlorine dioxide is now a very useful disinfection product for many applications like potable water, industrial activities, etc…

High purity ClO2 has a number of physical and chemical properties that make it the ideal product for addressing liquid, surface and/or airborne microbial contamination in a safe and effective manner. Among the properties that make ClO2 the agent of choice for addressing microbial contamination are the following:

» ClO2 remains a "true" gas when placed into water or other solution.

» ClO2 is highly soluble in water as well as in a variety of organic material.

» ClO2 has been shown to be a highly penetrating biocide because it is always in gaseous state.

» ClO2 doesn't need to be removed from surfaces or air spaces following treatment.

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