The chlorine dioxide (ClO2) is used in many applications
(see IT 101). In water treatment (as simple disinfectant, to make water potable and in waste water treatment), the chlorine dioxide has replaced a large percentage of the use of
At the moment of its use, the chlorine dioxide is produced by not very hazardous liquid
reagents, by means of an apparatus called a generator.
We propose a wide range of generators, each one of different technology, that can be divided in four main
Production under pressure with dosing electromagnetic
pumps, maximum scale-end power from 50 to 500 g/h;
production, scale-end power from 1000 g/h to 20 kg/h;
production, power from 1000 g/h to 4000 g/h, independent uses from 1 to 3;
Multi-users atmospheric pressure production
(large production), power from 6 to 20 kgs./h, independent uses from 1 to 3.
The generators are also assembled on a PRFV closet containing the control system. The production and the delivery of chlorine dioxide is controlled by an industrial computer, able to avoid useless wastes, to maintain the necessary dosages and to guarantee the maximum safety in working.