Monochloramine is a commonly used disinfectant because it is a highly effective solution that produces lower levels of disinfection byproducts. It is approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as a safe and environmentally friendly additive to replace chlorine (which forms carcinogenic by-products).
Monochloramine is more stable than other treatments, allowing it to penetrate biofilms without damaging plumbing systems. It is safe for all types of piping.
This secondary disinfection solution prevents the colonization of waterborne pathogens, such as Legionella, Giardia cysts, E. coli and Cryptosporidium.
Watertech uses a patented design to produce, dose, monitor and feed Monochloramine into the water system. The system has flow sensors to avoid incorrect mixing of reactants or lack of water flow. It also includes a state of the art microprocessor to control the system.
Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2) has long been recognized as a very effective biocide, sterilizer and bleaching agent for large-scale applications.
ClO2 is a stable dissolved gas which, with minimal contact time, is highly effective against pathogenic organisms such as Legionella, Giardia cysts, E. coli and Cryptosporidium.
ClO2 destroys biofilms and significantly impedes bacterial regrowth. It is effective over a wide pH range.
Federal law prohibits the transportation of ClO2; it must be produced at point of use. To accomplish this on-site production, the DIOX system is a new, self-contained generator that provides for the safe, continuous production of this highly effective biocide. The DIOX system brings economical ClO2 to a large group of new users for whom the high cost and complexity of generating equipment has been prohibitive.
Secondary disinfection applications:
- Potable Water
- Water Hygiene
- Cooling Towers
- Waste Water
- Food and Beverage
- Healthcare Facilities
- Process Piping Disinfection
- Oxidation of Reuse and Recycle Streams
Secondary disinfection addresses:
- Legionella Control
- Giardia Cysts
- E. Coli
- Iron and Manganese
- Taste and Odor
- THM/HAA Formation
- Planktonic and Sessile Organisms
For more information on the best solution for your specific application, please contact us today.